Toronto Blue Jays Tickets
Baseball enthusiasts think this may be the year for the Toronto Blue Jays. Players like Brett Lawrie and Kyle Drabek are giving fans a hint of what may be yet to come in the future of the Jays. Toronto Blue Jays spring training tickets sold quickly to those who couldn't wait to get a taste of baseball's spring fever. Toronto fans are hopeful that the next few years will be reminiscent of the teams wonder years from 1992-1993.
The Blue Jays won back to back World Series' in '92 and '93. With the 1992 win over the Atlanta Braves, the Jays gave Canada their very first World Series victory. They beat the Braves 4 games to 2 and finished the season with a 96 - 66 overall record. The following year, the won the Series again, this time beating the Philadelphia Phillies in another 4 - 2 rout. The 4th game of the 1993 World Series was the highest scoring game in WS history. The Blue Jays came back from a 14 - 9 deficit to win the game in the last inning by a score of 15 - 14. The Jays carried the season with a 95 - 67 record. The '93 team also carried another distinction. It was the first time in MLB history that all three of the leagues top hitters came from the same team. Roberta Alomar, Paul Molitar and John Olerud were the best hitters in the country and they all belonged to Toronto. This year people who held Toronto Blue Jays spring training tickets were reminded of the golden years and were not at all disappointed.
In the past 20 years, the Blue Jays have been kept out of the play offs, they haven't been kept down. They have consistently played well enough to stay in contention with other teams in the league. The Jays continue to play their game and hope the fans will continue to support them, especially this year with the hopes of a comeback fresh in their sites. People who want to buy Toronto Blue Jays tickets are encouraged to come out and support their team.
The Toronto Blue Jays have continued to draw a large audience no matter where they play. They have the unique ability to draw from from not one country but two. While they continue to be one of the most popular teams in the United States, they are the only team that has its home outside of the country's borders. Toronto Canada has been the Jays' home since their creation as an expansion team in 1977. Bought by Rogers' Communications from the LaBatt Brewing Company in 2000, the Jays remained in Canada. Their home park is Rogers' Center which proudly proclaims itself as the home of the '92-'93 World Series Champions. It's with high hopes the Toronto Blue Jays come into this year with a strong roster and a bird's eye set squarely on another World Series Championship.
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