Blue Jays Press Releases
Blue Jays appoint Paul Beeston as President Emeritus
The TORONTO BLUE JAYS announce the special appointment of PAUL BEESTON as President Emeritus, in honour and recognition of his many years of service and contributions to the organization.
Blue Jays hire Cherington
The Toronto Blue Jays have hired Ben Cherington to the position of Vice President of Baseball Operations.
Game time change
The Toronto Blue Jays game on September 24 originally scheduled to start at 1:07 p.m. will now begin at 4:07 p.m. The game time change is to accommodate broadcast commitments.
Blue Jays 2017 schedule
The TORONTO BLUE JAYS will open the home portion of the 2017 Championship Season on Tuesday April 11 at 7:07 pm ET with the commencement of a two-game series vs. the Milwaukee Brewers. The first homestand is an 8-game, 9-day affair that will also feature AL East Division rivals Baltimore Orioles (April 14-16) & Boston Red Sox (April 18-20).
Blue Jays introduce all new Game Packs for 2017 season
The Toronto Blue Jays are introducing all new Game Packs for the 2017 season, providing fans with even more opportunity to personalize their experience at the ballpark at the best value possible.
Blue Jays invest in historic Toronto baseball park
On Thursday, September 8th, JAYS CARE FOUNDATION, the charitable arm of the TORONTO BLUE JAYS, joined Toronto City Councilor Mike Layton, representatives from Toronto Playgrounds House League Baseball and more than 60 youth baseball players to announce a $150,000 Field of Dreams investment which will be used to install lighting at Christie Pit's Diamond #3.
168 players selected to participate in Tournament 12, presented by New Era
The Blue Jays Baseball Academy and Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar are pleased to announce the 168 players selected to participate in Tournament 12, presented by New Era
Kevin Pillar named Toronto Blue Jays nominee for the 2016 Roberto Clemente Award
Major League Baseball today announced that Kevin Pillar was named the Toronto Blue Jays 2016 nominee for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award, the most prominent individual player award bestowed by MLB.
Jays Care announces $1.45 million in grants for children and youth across Canada
On Wednesday, August 31st, Jays Care Foundation, the charitable arm of the Toronto Blue Jays, announced $1.45 million in infrastructure investments through their "Field of Dreams" program. Fourteen organizations spanning the country from British Columbia to Newfoundland and Labrador will use grants of up to $150,000 to construct or refurbish high-quality, safe spaces to provide opportunities for children and youth to learn important life skills while being active.