Toronto Blue Jays
Established 1977

Team Logo

Cap Insignia
Major league affiliations
  • American League
    • East Division
Current uniform
Retired Numbers 42
  • Blue, Black, Graphite, Silver, White


  • Toronto Blue Jays
Other nicknames
  • The Jays
  • Rogers Centre
    • Formerly named SkyDome
  • Exhibition Stadium
Major league titles
World Series titles 1992 • 1993
AL Pennants 1992 • 1993
East Division titles 1985 • 1989 • 1991 • 1992 • 1993
Wild card berths None
Owner: Rogers Blue Jays Baseball Partnership, a division of Rogers Communications
Manager: Cito Gaston
General Manager: J. P. Ricciardi
President of Baseball Operations: Paul Beeston
April 7, 1977. A snow-covered field prior to the first Blue Jays game at Exhibition Stadium.

The Toronto Blue Jays are a professional baseball team based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Blue Jays are a member of the Eastern Division of Major League Baseball 's American League.

The "Blue Jays" name originates from the bird of the same name. They are nicknamed "the Jays", which is featured on the team's logo and on the front of the home uniform.

An expansion franchise, the club was founded in Toronto, in 1977. Originally based at Exhibition Stadium, the team moved to the SkyDome in 1989. The Blue Jays are currently owned by Rogers Communications and in 2004, the SkyDome was purchased by Rogers Communications who renamed the venue to Rogers Centre. They are the first and only team outside the United States to win a World Series, the first team to win a World Series in Canada, and the fastest AL expansion franchise to win a World Series . With the fellow Canadian franchise Montreal Expos moving to Washington, D.C. after the 2004 season, and becoming the Washington Nationals, the Blue Jays are currently the only MLB team outside the United States.

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