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Matthew J. Shuber

Updated: October 17th, 2021 | Toronto | Lawyer List M | Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Centre |

Address: 3200-1 Blue Jays Way Toronto, Ontario M5V 1J1
Lawyer Firm: Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Centre
Phone: 416-341-1309
Fax: 416-341-1427
Email: matthew.shuber@bluejays.com
Website: bluejays.com

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Address: 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 1J1, Canada
Phone: (416) 341-1000
Website: http://www.rogerscentre.com/
Social Media 55 on 2020-02-20
 Take me out to the ball game. This is Canada’s pride and joy. Our only baseball team and this is their home. With multiple championships, the Blue Jay are Canada’s Baseball Heroes. The Rogers Centre is a sophisticated facility that’s been servicing Toronto for a number of decades. This building is well maintained. Always kept perfectly clean thanks to reliable quality staff and good management. The food and restaurants are delicious and prices are reasonable. Parking can be a challenge so we suggest public transportation or a car service of some sort.
Terry Geary on 2020-04-25
 Best place ever to watch the Blue Jays. It is actually a very good place to watch baseball. It doesn't have the history of other baseball parks. They do play other sports here including Canadian football. If your watching sports or concerts or other be prepared to pay the normal high concession prices on everything. Doesn't matter the Rogers Centre/Sky dome is part of our Canadian baseball and sports history. Watched many games here and hopefully I will return.
Marion Feld on 2020-03-12
 HOME OF THE BLUE JAYS We loved going to the Blue Jays Games in 1993, but we’ve been subscribers ever since. We have excellent seats 6 rows up from 1st base and love being so close to the action. Wish the Blue Jays could build a winning team again. They have to pay their players better so they don’t leave for another team and to attract good players who want fair pay. On the other hand, I realize that their careers are short, but their salaries are ridiculously out to lunch. If they can get what they want from other teams, they’ll go for it. Let’s build a great team again.
Pavi Gulati on 2020-01-04
 Lovely atmosphere. The staff and even the fans are pleasant. Seats are good, if a bit distant. Security is good. Food prices are pretty high, but they do allow you to bring your own food and drink ( just nothing alcoholic), which is awesome. Tickets for baseball games can be pretty cheap too; upper level behind home plate can be easily had for under $20.
Dan Ryan on 2019-12-13
 Great experience. A little dated but with the open roof, great views. Friendly staff but one pitfall is the surprisingly lack of good beer selections. For some reason those from the great white north love their bud and bud light. Coming to Canada from the US, I am wanting that good Canadian beer or even more local selections. Just terribly off when it comes to those options. Frankly there was a better selection at their spring training field in Dunedin. That stadium is being replaced, hope they still add their hidden beer location.

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