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What's new on Toronto Blue Jays Wiki

Major Trade makes Jays contenders (?)
November 13 2012 marked a 12-player trade between the Jays and the Miami Marlins. (full article...)
Longtime Jays Employee Passes
Mel Queen passes away at 69 (full article...)
Ricciardi Fired; Anthopoulos Promoted
2009 Season Begins
Jays face Tigers, April 6
The Loss of a Leader
Ted Rogers passes away at 75 (full article...)
Season Rosters
Major League Rosters for the Jays completed (Nov.6/08)
Toronto Blue Jays Wiki is born Oct. 2008

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Featured article

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the Rogers Centre

Rogers Centre is recognized as one of the world's premiere entertainment centres, which since its spectacular opening on June 3, 1989, has achieved the highest honours in the stadium entertainment industry. Formerly known as SkyDome, the venue was renamed the Rogers Centre on February 2, 2005. (more...)

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Halladay001 Roy "Doc" Halladay, a 20-game winner yet again in 2008.

Did You Know...

...that during the summer of 1976, the New York Times reported a rumor that Toronto's major league franchise was going to be moved to the National League, with the Houston Astros taking its place in the American League?

...that Pat Gillick pitched in the Baltimore Orioles' minor league system for five years, rising as high as Triple-A?

...that a Toronto city by-law prohibiting play on city property on Sundays had to be amended before the Jays could begin play at Exhibition Stadium?

...that Roy Hartsfield was named the Blue Jays' first manager on September 21, 1976?

...that the Jays' first pitching coach, Bob Miller, was the first player signed by the expansion 1961 New York Mets?

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