Ballpark Nerd Rank: 27
Opened: 1989 Capacity: 49,282
- Field Level Bases sections 115 & 127
- 200 Level Infield sections 219-221 & 227-229
- 500 Level sections 515-532
Getting to the Park
Ballpark Nerd recommends staying downtown or at the Renaissance Hotel located in Centerfield and walking to the Rogers Centre which is adjacent to the CN Tower. Transit options include GO Transit and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) rail and bus services.
- Before entering the Rogers Centre visit Gates 2 and 13 of the Ballpark and look up to see 15 statues that represent the “keepers” of the Rogers Centre. They’re all meant to symbolize the different subsects of fans, which includes the father and son and the hecklers.
- Hometown Heroes Canadian Baseball History located outside Section 102.
- Roberto Alomar themed 12 Kitchen located on 200 Level. A statue of the first Blue Jays player to enter the Hall of Fame is in the works.
- The Blue Jays Level of Excellence outlines the 400 Level. Great Blue Jays players, managers and announcers are honored.
- Poutine – French fries topped with brown gravy and cheese curds
- Porchetta Sandwich – roasted pork with Provolone, grainy mustard, mayo and greens on Ciabatta bun
- Smoked Meat Sandwich – corned beef
For the Kids
- Mascot – ACE the Blue Jay
- Every Saturday home game is a Jr. Jays Saturday which includes games throughout the Rogers Centre concourses and postgame kids run the bases
- For $26 (CAD) Jays Club members received a cap, sunglasses, backpack and discounts on concessions and merchandise throughout the season
- Children age 2 and under may be admitted to Blue Jays games without a ticket.
- The Blue Jays also offer non-alcohol sections and wristbands for parents.
While You’re in Town
Trip Advisors’ Top 5 Toronto Attractions:
- Toronto Island Park
- Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada
- Lawrence Market
- CN Tower
- Steam Whistle Brewery
For a full list of attractions visit Trip Advisors’ Toronto page.
Ballpark Nerd Recommends – Visit the University of Toronto
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