A Rogers Centre fan interfered with a ball, then tried to get away with it.
Cubs fans are masters when it comes to catching foul balls with their beer cups. Jays fans? Not so much. Check it out—from Saturday’s game between the Jays and Braves at the Rogers Centre: Your browser does not support iframes. Note to self: When it comes to catching baseballs, beer cups work much better than beer […]
This Blue Jays fan saw a foul ball headed his way during today’s game at Rogers Centre against the Braves. He then tried to catch the ball, apparently, with his can of beer. The result: he didn’t catch the ball, and he wasted beer. Gotta save at least one of the two, buddy. Read more...
The fences at most ballparks are only seven or eight feet high, making it fairly easy for most outfielders to make home run-saving grabs. However, this is not the case in Toronto. At the Rogers Centre, the fences are 10 feet high, so if you want to rob somebody of a home run you need […]
Must be the shoes.
The Toronto Blue Jays opened this season on a brand new artificial turf at the Rogers Centre. Even though the Jays are just two home games into the regular season, there has been a lot of talk from players and coaches about the ball bouncing abnormally on the new surface, and the league has apparently taken notice. Read more...
The boys of summer welcome the fans back tonight. Star photographers David Cooper, Richard Lautens and reporter Sadiya Ansari will bring you all the excitement from the game.
Fans can get everything from poutine and pastrami to jerk chicken nachos. As the only Canadian team in the league, the Toronto Blue Jays have to represent — on and off the field — and its home stadium delivers with some distinctly Canadian dishes (poutine, Peameal bacon). Show More Summary
Natasha Bolter, the UKIP member at the centre of allegations against party General Secretary, Roger Bird misspelt the name of the Oxford University college she claimed to have attended on her application to be a parliamentary candidate. Show More Summary
In an expected move, the Buffalo Bills officially announced the end of their agreement with Rogers Communications to play home games at the Rogers Centre in Toronto. The team's official site notes the Bills ended up playing eight games in Canada during the series, which started back in 2008. Show More Summary
DETROIT -- For the second time in six years, the New York Jets will play a road game against the Buffalo Bills in a place other than Orchard Park, New York. In 2009, it was the Rogers Centre in Toronto. Now, because of the epic snowstorm...Show More Summary
Darth Vader riding a streetcar; Luke Skywalker hitting a home run at Rogers Centre; Yoda piggybacking a youngster to cross the road. For some impossible realities. For others, like Canadian photographer Thomas Dagg, a daily sighting....Show More Summary
"Reign of Champions" took place on pay-per-view (PPV) earlier this morning (Fri., Aug. 29, 2014) from inside Dubai World Trade Centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). ONE FC entertained Dubai this morning (Fri., Aug. 29, 2014) with...Show More Summary
Rest in peace, baseball. You were hit so damn hard, and flew so damn far, that you were at least not in much pain when you left this earth. Read more...
Chapter I Chapter II Chapter III Chapter IV Chapter V Chapter VI The Tim Tebow CFL Chronicles A THREE MILLION-YARD FOOTBALL ODYSSEY by Jon Bois I. Rogers Centre II. Toronto III. Ottawa River IV. Québec V. Labrador Sea VI. Greenland I. Show More Summary
Blue Jays beat the Tigers—but only after 19 whole innings of play. SPOTTED BY: Twitter user Jason Lamptey. WHERE: Rogers Centre WHEN: Sunday, August 10, approximately 7:37 p.m. WHAT: Six hours and 37 minutes after the game started, the Toronto Blue Jays emerged victorious from their match-up with the Detroit Tigers. Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays were celebrating Canada Baseball Day at the Rogers Centre on Sunday for their game against the Detroit Tigers, and they had a special guest to throw out the first pitch. Linda Ruth Tosetti, Babe Ruth's granddaughter, threw out the first pitch before Sunday's game. Show More Summary
The great Roger Federer had spent the better part of four sets and three hours carving up the court with his volleys, hitting all these balletic backhands, and he was not quite ready to leave. Not with 15,000 people in Centre Court.
Pippa Middleton looks classy and chic while attending the men’s singles final between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer on centre court during day thirteen of the Wimbledon Championships on Sunday (July 6) in London, England. The 30-year-old younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge‘s beau Nico Jackson was also spotted at the finals, which was [...]