Additional Toronto Blue Jays Info
How to Buy Toronto Blue Jays Tickets
On our Blue Jays tickets page, you will see all home and away games listed. All games at Rogers Centre are mobile ticket delivery. Have your tickets in moments when you buy online.
- Pick the game you would like to attend, and click the "Buy Tickets" box.
- From the game page, you will see the list of available tickets. Filter your options by price, the number of seats, or by section.
- Once you find a ticket grouping that you like click that ticket group and "go to secure checkout."
- From there, you can complete your checkout. Blue Jays tickets are mobile delivery, so you will have your tickets in moments.
If you have any questions, you can call our Ticket King office at (414)273-6007.
Blue Jays 2022 Season Recap
In 2022, the Blue Jays finished second in American League East division. Their 92-70 record earned them a wild-card berth against the Seattle Mariners. The Blue Jays lost the series in two games.
Notable players for 2022 include Bo Bichette, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Matt Champman, and George Springer. Guerrero hit 32 home runs with 97 RBIs for the season. Springer hit 25 home runs, had 14 stolen bases, and 89 runs.
2021 Blue Jays Season Review
The Blue Jays finished the 2021 season 20 games above .500, which was just good enough for fourth place in their division. As their division was so strong in the regular season, that put them nine games behind the division leaders. One of the hottest players in the American League, Marcus Semien led the team in batting. Robbie Ray, the Blue Jays top pitcher won 13 games by the season's end and struck out 248. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. topped the league in home runs and made the top ten in batting average and RBIs. Bo Bichette hit 29 home runs in 2021 and finished the year with a .298 batting average. This team was loaded with talent, and they look to improve in 2022.
The Blue Jays were a streaky team, putting together wins of three or four in a row, followed up by similar losses. Early April saw the team just playing .500 baseball. This continued through May, with series losses to the Tampa Bay Rays, Red Sox, and Royals. The team struggled against the Yankees, but turned it around and won eight of nine near the end of June. The Jays had a hot August and September but struggled to break past division opponents.