Toronto Blue Jays: Fans Like No Other
Toronto is a beautiful large city, and their team, the Toronto Blue Jays play in a great park. The city has its fair share of pollution, a haze hovering over the city, but it’s an eclectic mix of pretty much everything and every type of person.
There are unique neighborhoods and great shopping—like along “The Path” in downtown Toronto.
It’s also home, as every Major League Baseball fan knows, to the Blue Jays who play in Rogers Centre.
I love visiting new parks. It gives me a nice idea of the true layout of the park and how likely foul balls are to go into certain sections. A seating chart only shows you where sections are. It doesn’t give you a clear indication of how much foul territory there is or distance from home the dugouts are (the areas to which most foul balls fly).
This trip offered me a first-hand understanding of where fouls go the most, at least in this one game.
Parking and Entering
If you go to Rogers Centre, note there is no central parking of any kind. You’ll need to locate a municipal parking area near the park. There are plenty. The one we parked in was $25 CAN (roughly $20 USD based on current exchange rates) and was about half a block from Wayne Gretzky’s restaurant and Walburgers. It was about a three block walk.
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