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Blue Jays Press Releases

  • Blue Jays complete Draft signings

    The club signed 31 of their 41 selections.

  • Lady Jays to host 33rd annual food drive

    This weekend, the LADY JAYS will once again rally behind a good cause for the 33rd Annual Lady Jays Food Drive, in support of Food Banks Canada.

  • Blue Jays complete deals with top picks

    The club has now signed 30 of their 41 selections from the recent June draft.

  • Blue Jays sign three

    The Toronto Blue Jays have signed three more of their 41 selections, including 2nd round pick C Hagen Danner. The club has now signed 27 of their 41 selections from the recent June draft.

  • Time For Fans To Help Get Justin Smoak Into 2017 All-Star Game

    With just under a week remaining in online voting, the TORONTO BLUE JAYS are asking fans across the country to #SmoakTheVote and send First Baseman Justin Smoak to the 2017 MLB All-Star Game in Miami on July 11.

  • Blue Jays sign eight from top 10 rounds in June Draft

    The Toronto Blue Jays have signed 24 of their 41 selections, including eight from the top 10 rounds in the 2017 First Year Player Draft. Among those signed is 20th round pick Tanner Kirwer from Sherwood Park, Alberta.

  • Blue Jays reveal musical headliners for Friday Fan Festivals

    The Blue Jays announced today the homegrown musical headliners performing at this year's Friday Fan Festivals presented by BACARDÍ. Entering its sixth year, the fan-favourite event takes place over four Fridays in July and August, and features pregame activities for fans of all ages outside Gates 10 and 11 at Rogers Centre.

  • Blue Jays fans raise more than $275,000 for Jays Care

    On Friday, June 2, during Sportsnet's national broadcast of the TORONTO BLUE JAYS game, Blue Jays fans raised $276,425 in support of Jays Care Foundation through the 9th Annual Sportsnet Jays Care Broadcast Auction presented by TD. Since 2009, the fundraiser has raised $1.6 million to support Jays Care programming for children and youth.

  • More than $1.5 million raised for Canadian youth at Jays Care's Curve Ball Gala

    Last night, the entire Toronto Blue Jays roster, along with 1,300 special guests, helped raise more than $1.5 million for Jays Care Foundation at The Curve Ball Gala, presented by Cisco, Ericsson, Huawei, Invesco, Rogers, and Samsung.

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