By on November 10, 2010

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  courtesy of Toronto Blue Jays
Tuesday, November 9, 2010

              The TORONTO BLUE JAYS 2011 SPRING TRAINING SCHEDULE will consist of 15 home games, highlighted by three visits by the Philadelphia Phillies and contests vs. all our AL East Division rivals including two visits by the New York Yankees.  The 2011 action begins on Saturday, February 26 at the newly named Florida Auto Exchange Stadium in Dunedin against the Detroit Tigers.

The home schedule is as follows;       

DATE    LOCATION        VERSUS  TIME             
Saturday, February 26   DUNEDIN Detroit Tigers  1:05
Monday, February 28     DUNEDIN Philadelphia Phillies   1:05
Wednesday, March 2      DUNEDIN Tampa Bay Rays  1:05
Thursday, March 3       DUNEDIN Pittsburgh Pirates      1:05
Saturday, March 5       DUNEDIN Detroit Tigers  1:05
Friday, March 11        DUNEDIN NY Yankees (SS) 1:05  
Saturday, March 12      DUNEDIN Pittsburgh Pirates      1:05   
Sunday, March 13        DUNEDIN Tampa Bay Rays  1:05    
Tuesday, March 15       DUNEDIN Philadelphia Phillies   1:05                                 
Friday, March 18        DUNEDIN NY Yankees      1:05
Sunday, March 20        DUNEDIN Minnesota Twins 1:05                  
Tuesday, March 22       DUNEDIN Philadelphia Phillies   1:05
Thursday, March 24      DUNEDIN Atlanta Braves  1:05  
Sunday, March 27        DUNEDIN Baltimore Orioles (SS)  1:05   
Monday, March 28        DUNEDIN Boston Red Sox  1:05   

On sale tomorrow (November 10) at 10:00 am are 3-game Flex packs, season tickets and group tickets for the Blue Jays 2011 Grapefruit League schedule.  Single game tickets will be available for a 36 hour window beginning December 2 at 10:00 am. To place orders, please call toll free at 1-888-525-JAYS, or direct at (727) 733-0429, or visit, or

The complete home schedule and a list of all ticket prices are available on and

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