The Toronto Blue Jays play outside of the U.S. They are located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The Yankees did not win the 1993 World Series: The Toronto Blue Jays did.
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No. The Yankees lost 6-1 to the Toronto Blue Jays.
Toronto Blue Jays (in Canada).
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May I point out that is it the Toronto Blue Jays not Jaysors. And it it the Toronto Blue Jays. Hello???? Toronto is in Canada, third grade geography.
A few are Jesse Barfield (179 HRs for the Blue Jays and 62 HRs for the Yankees), Otto Velez (72 for the Blue Jays and 6 for the Yankees), Rick Cerone (11 for the Blue Jays and 31 for the Yankees), Tony Fernandez (60 for the Blue Jays and 5 for the Yankees), and Cliff Johnson (54 for the Blue Jays and 20 for the Yankees).
The Blue Jays play in Toronto, Canada. The Yankees, Pirates and Rangers all play in the United States.
The Yankees defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 11-3 today.
On August 4, 2010, the Yankees defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 5-1.
On April 2, 2008, the Yankees lost to the Toronto Blue Jays 5-2.
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The scheduled starting pitchers for Fridays (Aug. 29, 2008) game against the Blue Jays are Carl Pavano for New York, and A.J. Burnett for Toronto.
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The Toronto Blue Jays because they play their games in Ontario Canada.
That makes no sense. They play out of Toronto a city in the province of Ontario in the country of Canada. They are in the AL East Division. Most of there games are against the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, Baltimore Orioles, and Tampa Bay Rays
The Toronto Blue Jays traded Clemens to the Yankees in February, 1999 for David Wells, Homer Bush, and Graeme Lloyd.
On August 23, 2010, the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Yankees 3-2.
The Toronto Blue Jays play their home games in Canada, which is part of North America. The Pirates, Rangers and Yankees play their home games in the USA.
2 ... both in the 2008 season: 1) April 22, 2008 off of Octavio Dotel of the Chicago White Sox in Chicago. 2) September 24, 2008 off of Jesse Carlton of the Toronto Blue Jays in Toronto.