The most runs scored by a single team in a Major League Baseball game is 36, set by the Chicago Colts (now the Chicago Cubs) against the Louisville Colonels (which joined the National League in 1892) on June 29, 1897. The modern record is 30 by the Texas Rangers in a game against the Baltimore Orioles on August 22, 2007. The Rangers won that game 30-3. The Phillies are in the midst of scoring the record having 16 runs in just 4 innings of batting.
If it can be documented as a ball actually used in the 1992 World Series and is autographed by the entire team (or at least 20 of the most important players) the value probably is in the $1000 to $2000 range depending mostly on condition. A 1992 Toronto Blue Jays Team signed baseball with the Key signatures: Carter, Alomar, Winfield, Morris is worth about $250.-$375. Price is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable. There haven't been a whole lot of Blue Jays Team signed baseballs up for auction lately. The price stated above might be a little out dated but should be close. I will up date the price as soon as I find any up for auction. As far as a "game used" World Series baseballbecause this cannot be proven it might not effect the price unless the condition of the baseball is bad. If the buyer believes it to be a Game used baseball it might add some value but not as much as if it came with a MLB authentication. Word of mouth will not bring a high price. For more prices on team signed baseballs, list of Key signatures, and links to full team rosters See Related Links below
Carlos Delgado is 45 years old (birthdate: June 25, 1972).
No. But the Toronto Blue Jays did win the World Series in 1992 and 1993.
exactly. because of the fact joe carter hit a 3 run home run in the 9th inning in Game 6.
No. The population of blue jays is relatively high in most places. You may not see them much but if you live in the eastern U.S. and parts of far southeastern Canada blue jays are probably present. They are considered "least concern" as far as conservation status goes.
Through the 2010 season, that is Tony Fernandez (1983-1990, 1993, 1998-1999, 2001) with 1450.
the blue jays are named the blue jays because the held a draw for the name. The people of Toronto were asked to submit names that they thought the team should be called. The ballot that was selected had the name blue jays on it. that is why the blue jays are named the blue jays A further actual reason.........the original owners of the franchise in Toronto were a beer company called Labatt's, and their most popular brand of beer, at that time was Labatt's BLUE. I think you can see the connection? The blue jay, the real bird, is blue and white in color, and is loud and has a horrible sounding cry, and is prone to stealing anything that is shiny or glitters, such as tin foil, or plastic. So much for making a great choice of mascot, or emblem.
The word Astros is short for astronauts. They are called the Astros because NASA has a large base that produces a lot of jobs in Houston, Texas. Houston considers NASA to be a big part of their town, so therefor when the name The Houston Colt .45's was changed the name Astros fit well because NASA was becoming big in the midst of the space race with Russia.
Short answer... Yes. And the cat doesn't necessarily have to be that small.
In their history, the Toronto Blue Jays have had three Cy Young award winner:
Pat Hentgen - 1996
Roger Clemens - 1997 and again in 1998
Roy Halladay - 2003
The Blue Jay's home field is the Roger Center (formerly known as the Sky Dome), in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Though its name was changed, many still refer to the Roger's Center as the Sky Dome.
Jose Bautista, the former Pirate and current Blue Jay outfielder who hit 54 home runs in 2010, is NOT Jewish. But there is another Jose Bautista, a pitcher who played primarily for the Orioles, Cubs, and Giants in the '90s, and he IS Jewish.
AJ Burnett is married and has 2 kids. It says on the Toronto Blue Jays website.
a story about a blue jay
Try this link to the offical site to e-mail them a question: http://toronto.bluejays.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/help/email.jsp?c_id=tor&primarySubject=Other&secondarySubject=Otherfirstname.lastname@example.org
You can't access the seats at Rogers Centre from the hardrock. However, for $5 you can watch the game from the window seats. In the 5th inning an MLB employee actually counts how many people paid, and they are added to the total attendance.
The Syracuse Chiefs are the AAA affiliates of the Toronto Blue Jays. They are part of the International League and play at Alliance Bank Stadium located in Syracuse, New York. See Web Links for the official web site of the Syracuse Chiefs
According to an article on forbes.com, the Toronto Blue Jays value is $344 million as of April, 2007.
Toronto's MLB franchise didn't play their first game until 1977.
Just came across the site - Got the answer to this one. Alex Rios Theme song is "Bandoleros" by Don Omar Featuring Tego Calderon. Alex rios is no longer on the Blue jays because he is now on the Chicago White sox.
They got their name because they are blue and they yell out jay!
Besides peanuts, they stow away other seeds for food later and do so many, and so well, they forget where they put some. The ones they forget that are planted well, such as in soil, may grow into trees. They are not the only birds who do that, the Blue Jays just seem to do it more.
First baseman Doug Ault hit the first home run in Blue Jay history on April 7, 1977 off Ken Brett of the Chicago White Sox.