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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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  • Campbell gave way to Bob Stanley, who promptly allowed a double by catcher Rick Cerrone, and the Blue Jays were winning, 6–4.

    The Greatest Game

  • Three months ago, when the Blue Jays had lost six ball games in a row he'd gone in to find one of the mummified heads set up on the table with a baseball cap perched jauntily on its desiccated brow.

    Blood Lines

  • —Headlines in Toronto papers after the Blue Jays lost yet another LCS in 1991

    Baseball’s Even Greater Insults

  • —Rick Bosetti, after being traded from a bad Blue Jays team

    Baseball’s Even Greater Insults

  • No one had ever admitted placing the Blue Jays cap on the artifact, but as Dr. Rax had made no real effort to find the culprit and had been more than vocal about the lack of depth in the bull pen, the rest of the department had its suspicions.

    Blood Lines


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