Originally based at Exhibition Stadium, the team began playing its home games at the Sky Dome upon its opening in 1989.
Since 2000, the Blue Jays have been owned by Rogers Communications and in 2004, the Sky Dome was purchased by that company, which renamed it Rogers Centre.
After the season, assistant general manager Pat Gillick succeeded Peter Bavasi as general manager of the team, a position he would hold until 1994.
In 1978, the team improved their record by five games, but remained last, with a record of 59–102.
Three others -- Simon Radford, Joshua Finbow and Darren Smalley -- are facing the same charge.
When they were arrested last April, the men were in Nova Scotia to participate in a hockey tournament with local Armed Forces personnel.
An examination of selected international models of artist-run national arts service organizations commissioned by ARCA with support from the Leadership for Change program at the Canada Council for the Arts.
The Toronto Blue Jays are a Canadian professional baseball team based in Toronto, Ontario.
The game is now perhaps best remembered for the minor snowstorm which began just before the game started.
Toronto won the snowy affair 9–5, led by Doug Ault's two home runs.
That win would be one of only 54 of the 1977 season, as the Blue Jays finished last in the AL East, with a record of 54–107.
Jim Clancy led with 13 wins and John Mayberry became the first Jay to hit 30 home runs in a season.
In the strike-divided season of 1981, the Blue Jays finished in last place in the AL East in both halves of the season.