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Jays' home opener sells out
Jays face Yankees at Rogers Centre April 4th
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Canadian Press

The Toronto Blue Jays' 2014 home opener is a sellout.

The club says tickets for their April 4th matchup with the Yankees at the Rogers Centre were snatched up in 48 minutes Friday morning.

The Jays will actually open their season, visiting the Tampa Bay Rays for a four-game set that starts March 31st.

This week, the Blue Jays asked fans to keep the faith after a disappointing 2013 season. Many experts had picked Toronto to win the American League East, some even projected the team's first World Series appearance since 1993. The Jays finished last their division with a 74-88 record.

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  1. Karl Burgin posted on 01/31/2014 12:57 PM
    I can only hold my breath- hoping they can deliver this year.
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Canadian Press

The Toronto Blue Jays' 2014 home opener is a sellout.

The club says tickets for their April 4th matchup with the Yankees at the Rogers Centre were snatched up in 48 minutes Friday morning.

The Jays will actually open their season, visiting the Tampa Bay Rays for a four-game set that starts March 31st.

This week, the Blue Jays asked fans to keep the faith after a disappointing 2013 season. Many experts had picked Toronto to win the American League East, some even projected the team's first World Series appearance since 1993. The Jays finished last their division with a 74-88 record.

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  1. Karl Burgin posted on 01/31/2014 12:57 PM
    I can only hold my breath- hoping they can deliver this year.
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