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When was Toronto Blue Jays longest win streak?

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The longest winning streak for the Toronto Blue Jays is 11 wins



The Blue Jays' longest winning streak was 11 games in 1987 and 1998.


The Blue Jays franchise longest winning streak is 11 games from August 27, 1998 through September 7, 1998.


Toronto Blue Jays was created in 1977.


The Toronto Blue Jays were founded in Toronto in 1977. The "Blue Jays" name originates from the bird of the same name. The team is nicknamed "the Jays".


The Toronto Blue Jays were founded in Toronto in 1977.


Right now it's the Mariners. Until this year, the longest streak was held by the Royals and the second-longest the Blue Jays...but the Royals are in the Series this year and it is what it is.


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The Toronto Blue Jays play in Rogers Centre (formerly known as the SkyDome) in Downtown, Toronto.


No, they did not. The Toronto Blue Jays last playoff appearance was in 1993.


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