Today marks the one-year anniversary of the biggest private donation in Canadian health-care history that enabled a unique collaboration between three world-renowned institutions creating the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research.
Last Friday, November the 6th marked the last Toronto Argonautd game at Rogers Centre (formerly Skydome). The team moves to BMO Field next year and hopefully the Argos Cheerleaders will be there as well. Toronto won 21 to 11 over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Kelly and Kimiye Kylee [...]
TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays required the improbable Wednesday afternoon when they arrived at Rogers Centre, their luggage lined up outside the home clubhouse in a show of logistical optimism. They relied upon an improbable source to keep their season alive. Show More Summary
Amidst Blue Jays mania, an invitation to consider Toronto’s fifth most-popular sporting draw. The Blue Jays’ first postseason run in a generation has swept the city, filling bars and making tickets the hottest commodity in town. Lost...Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays need to have a short memory and a long memory when they take the field at the Rogers Centre Wednesday afternoon for Game 5 in the American League Championship Series. They need to forget the beating they took in...Show More Summary
After pounding the Toronto Blue Jays in Game 4 of the ALCS, the Kansas City Royals are one win away from returning to the World Series. K.C. can close the series as soon as Wednesday, when Game 5 takes place at the Rogers Centre at 4:07 p.m. Show More Summary
After spotting the Kansas City Royals two games in the American League Championship Series, the Toronto Blue Jays returned home for a three-game set at Rogers Centre. The two American League finalists are in the middle of a three-games-in-three-days...Show More Summary
Silliness pierced bleakness late Tuesday evening at Rogers Centre. The game careened out of control, the Blue Jays’ season neared the brink and an infielder trotted into the mound. Out of misery, the Blue Jays found levity. Out of disaster, Cliff Pennington made history, or at least a bizarre form of it.Read full article >>
The Blue Jays are having a bad game. At least they're entertaining us at the end. The Blue Jays are losing a billonty to two. Their bullpen is a puddle of bullpen goo. The statue of Rance Mulliniks outside Rogers Centre is crying tears...Show More Summary
Mini Bautista, world’s greatest Blue Jays fan, made an appearance at Rogers Centre on Tuesday, in advance of Toronto’s ALCS Game 4 against the Kansas City Royals.He snagged this photo with Actual Jose Bautista, naturally. Can you tell them apart?Read full article >>
After being kept relatively quiet for the first two games of the American League Championship Series, the bats of the Toronto Blue Jays came alive against the Kansas City Royals at the Rogers Centre on Monday night. That trend will continue...Show More Summary
After getting their first win of the series, the Toronto Blue Jays try to even the series against the Kansas City Royals at Rogers Centre in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series.
Fans of power pitching should avert their eyes from Game 4 of the American League Championship Series between the Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays, because the heat at Rogers Centre will be coming from the stands, not the pitching...Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays try to draw even in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series against the Kansas City Royals at home on Tuesday afternoon at Rogers Centre in Toronto. The Royals lead the best-of-seven series, 2-1. R.A. Dickey starts for the Blue Jays in Toronto, where he was 9-3 with a 3.11 ERA in 17 starts in 2015. Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays banned the sale of canned beer in the upper deck at Rogers Centre for the American League Championship Series after fans threw them on the field Wednesday.
Inside the Rogers Centre, there were plenty of Jays fans with eyes on both ballot boxes and the batter’s box The post The boys in blue, the politicians in red appeared first on Macleans.ca.
TORONTO — The renowned politeness of the Canadian populous yielded Monday night at Rogers Centre to cold-blooded delight in another man’s misery. They have waited 22 years here for the American League Championship Series to return, and so as the Toronto Blue Jays crossed the border close to the brink, desperation trumped nicety. Show More Summary
Some fans attending Monday’s American League Championship Series game between the Blue Jays and the Royals at Toronto’s Rogers Centre will have to alter their drinking habits. According to Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, the Blue Jays have...Show More Summary
Just days after punching their ticket to the American League Championship Series on the bat of Jose Bautista, the Toronto Blue Jays return to Rogers Centre in crisis mode. The team now faces an 0-2 deficit against the Kansas City Royals, who needed just four games to roll past the [...]
Tonight will be the first game back at the Rogers Centre since Toronto’s bananas Game 5 win over the Rangers, which included a beerstorm interlude after a disputed call. That’s not likely to happen again, and the Blue Jays are going to make extra-sure: they’re banning cans of beer in the cheap seats. Read more...