The flight from Toronto to Cancun the closet airport is 1,766 miles. The flight is about 5 hours long with a connecting flight.
1918 - 1919
Blue and black nautical stars symbolize a sailor's love for and loyalty to the sea. Nautical stars in general have long been symbols of protection.
The first official game was on October 10, 2000 vs the Chicago Blackhawks.
I dont know it;s long and green and blue and green and blue and green and blue
Jose Bautista was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays on August 21, 2008.
He has been on the Toronto Blue Jays for 4 years. He was received in 2008 and is still one of the members of the roster. He is also their captain and leading hitter in the last few years.
Jose Bautista was traded to the Blue Jays on August 21st, 2008 from the Pittsburgh Pirates for Robinzon Diaz.
A blue jays wingspan is 34-43 cm
There is only one Major League Baseball that is from Canada and that is the Toronto Blue Jays! Long live the JAYS! Prior to being taken over by MLB and moved to Washington D.C. to become the Nationals, the Montreal Expos were also a MLB team.
they can fly however long they want to!
A blue jay lives for 20 years
Around four to seven years in the wild.
The PA announcer for the Jays is Tim Langton..He was hired back in the 2005 season replacing long time Skydome PA announcer <Murray Eldon. The reason for the change is actually confidential. Tim Langton has also done Some freelance work with The Toronto based all sports radio station the FAN 590.. and is a busy freelance voice-over talant
30 seasons ... the last was Len Barker's perfect game against the Blue Jays on May 5, 1981.
the sky has always been blue the only time it is not blue is at night
Toronto's NHL team was originally known as the Arenas and later the St. Pats. The name Maple Leafs was adopted in 1927, and I am told it was named after the Maple Leaf Regiment that fought in World War I. Of course, for those readers outside the Great White North, you'll recognize that the Maple Leaf is a well-known symbol for Canada, so it's quite appropriate. ------- To actually answer the question: Toronto has always been a blue/white city. I'm not sure where it originated but it long predates not only the Toronto Arenas (original name of the Maple Leafs) but also the Toronto Blueshirts of the NHA. If you notice the Argonauts along with the Blue Jays also follow the Blue/White pattern. The most commonly held belief is Smythe got the colour scheme from the University Of Toronto Varsity Blues, where he had been captain of the ice hockey team in 1915. Where UofT got theirs from, I don't know.