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Manager: John Gibbons
Ball Park : Rogers Centre
Location: Toronto, ON Turf: Artificial Capacity: 50,516
The Toronto Skydome was renamed the Rogers Centre in 2005. The domed stadium has an artificial turf playing field and hosted the 1992 and 1993 World Series Champions. The Rogers Centre opened in 1989 and was the first stadium to feature a retractable roof. With a capacity of 50,516, the venue resides at 1 Blue Jays Way Toronto, Ontario.
The Rogers Centers lies within Toronto's entertainment district. Use the Spadina Ave exit (north) from the QEW or the Rees St. (north) exit from Lakeshore Blvd to reach the stadium.
The role of second banana in the American League East actually goes to the third-place team, the one that comes in behind the two-headed, $400 million monster that is the Red Sox and Yankees. The Blue Jays won the role in 2005, improving on the field and at the gate, and showed over the winter they have designs on slaying the Beast of the East in 2006.
Toronto hovered on the fringes of contention throughout the season but never really made a push, especially after ace Roy Halladay went down with a broken leg in July. Halladay still won 12 games and posted a 2.41 ERA, which would have been good enough to lead the AL if he had enough innings to qualify. The pitching staff also got a boost from rookie Gustavo Chacin, who won 13 games and looked like a future workhorse with 203 innings.
The offense lacked punch, but still managed to finish fifth in the AL with 775 runs. Outfielder Vernon Wells led the way with a team-best 28 home runs and 97 RBIs. Rookies Russ Adams and Aaron Hill contributed to the offense as well, showing they could be ready for bigger roles in 2006.
And it's 2006 that has everyone in Toronto excited. Attendance was up in 2005, passing two million for the first time since 1999, and should go even higher. The Jays increased their payroll and brought in some major puzzle pieces, signing starter A.J. Burnett and closer BJ. Ryan as free agents, and then trading for Lyle Overbay and Troy Glaus to bolster the lineup. For the first time in a while, the playoffs are a reasonable expectation.
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