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Toronto Blue Jays Flag to Fly High at City Hall Ahead of 2024 Home Opener

The city of Toronto is buzzing with anticipation as the Toronto Blue Jays gear up for their 2024 Home Opener. In a show of support for the team, Mayor Olivia Chow will lead a special flag-raising ceremony at Toronto City Hall on Monday, April 8, at 9:30 a.m.

Joined by the iconic Blue Jays mascot, Ace, Mayor Chow will raise the Blue Jays flag high above the city, marking the official start of the baseball season for Toronto fans.

The excitement doesn’t end there. Following the flag-raising ceremony, the Toronto Blue Jays will take on the Seattle Mariners in what promises to be an electrifying game. This Home Opener not only signifies the beginning of the baseball season but also coincides with the unveiling of the second phase of renovations at the Rogers Centre.

Local baseball enthusiasts are encouraged to show their support by donning their Blue Jays jerseys and joining the celebration at Toronto City Hall. It’s an opportunity for fans to come together and rally behind their team as they embark on another thrilling season.


“As a long-time Blue Jays enthusiast, I can’t help but feel a surge of excitement as the Home Opener approaches. The sight of the Blue Jays flag flying proudly at City Hall is a powerful symbol of our city’s unwavering support for the team. With the second phase of renovations at the Rogers Centre also underway, it’s clear that this season holds promise for both the team and its fans. Let’s show up in full force, Toronto, and cheer our Blue Jays on #TOTHECORE!”

Stay tuned to GTA Today for all the latest updates and highlights from the Toronto Blue Jays’ 2024 season.

Albert Blake

Albert Blake is our Baseball Analyst, offering comprehensive coverage of the Toronto Blue Jays. With a deep love for the game and a sharp analytical mind, Blake provides insightful analysis, player updates, and game recaps for Blue Jays fans. For inquiries or feedback, contact Albert at

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