Insider's game day: Toronto Blue Jays
The “boys in blue,” as they are affectionately called, play their home games at the multi-purpose Rogers Centre (formerly SkyDome) beneath a crowd of baby blue seats made to match the players’ uniforms.
If you buy tickets for a rainy day, don’t fret: Rogers Centre has a retractable roof so you can watch baseball rain or shine.
If you’re in the city a day or two prior to the game, take a tour of the stadium to learn more about the history of both the team and their home game facility. Visitors are welcome to watch batting practices—an exciting preview ahead of game day.
From vending machine snacks to hearty meals, there's a wide selection of food choices at Rogers Centre, including all the classic baseball game day delights, from hot dogs and ice cream to a cold beer. Keep an eye out for the Dugout Deals, which are food and beverages under five dollars available throughout the stadium.
How to get to Rogers Centre
Due to limited parking in the city core, public transit is the easiest option to get to Rogers Centre.
public transit: take any form of public transit—subway, GO train, or bus—to Union Station, where you’re just a few minutes’ walk from the stadium
car: drivers can find parking using the ParkWhiz app for street parking or pay for parking at the underground lot located at Gate 8 at Rogers Centre
Where to buy Toronto Blue Jays tickets
Get tickets to Toronto Blue Jays games online at MLB.com. Buy season ticket memberships, single-game tickets or executive suites for your party to enjoy. You can also find Toronto Blue Jays tickets on Ticketmaster.
Tips for the best fan experience
The Jays have a large and dedicated fanbase. Join these tried-and-true devotees by wearing baby blue colours to the game. Some fans even paint their faces in addition to wearing the team colours—now that’s commitment.
Stop by the merch shop at Rogers Centre or order from the team store online to stock up on all the baby blue you need to show your support to these fantastic players. And don’t forget to shout “OK Blue Jays” when the crowd goes wild. Let’s play ball!
Last updated: December 29, 2022