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- proper n. The team Toronto Blue Jays.
- proper n. The team Philadelphia Blue Jays, a short-lived and disused name for the Philadelphia Phillies in the 1940s.
- proper n. Sports teams from John Hopkins University.
- n. A group of players from the team Toronto Blue Jays.
- n. A group of players from the team Philadelphia Blue Jays.
- n. A group of players from one team at John Hopkins University.
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The Blue Jays are the greatest baseball team of all time, as they are 8-4 .667 in their 12 World Series games.
If you base his tenure on whether the Blue Jays were a playoff team, or were supposed to be . . .
The Blue Jays were a wake up call within the AL East, but not enough to dethrone the Yankees and Rays, who remain at one and two in our rankings.
Flash forward to this past Wednesday, when the final out of a win over the Blue Jays was a catch by left fielder Carl Crawford on a high fly by John Buck.
• The Terps and the Blue Jays are the second game of a double-header that has No. 12 Navy taking on Army in the two program's annual "Star Game" in the opener.
The Blue Jays are the first team from the Centennial Conference, which includes Muhlenberg and Moravian, to reach the NCAA Division III quarterfinals since 1985.
- The Yankees recently called the Blue Jays to express interest in superstar pitcher Roy Halladay.
The Blue Jays were the hottest team in baseball when the Sox played them last week and the Royals entered this weekend's series on a seven-game winning streak.
With the Blue Jays, he worked at least seven innings in six of his eight starts against Boston.
Thirty-odd years ago, the former Blue Jays executive Paul Beeston said: Anyone who quotes profits of a baseball club is missing the point.