Post Tagged with: "Blue Jays"

James Tieu, co-founder and co-executive director of ZLAS, poses before the event kicked off. (Nicholas Raponi/Ryersonian Staff)

Rye students get analytical for the Blue Jays

Ryerson University’s Zone Learning Analytics School (ZLAS) has turned the love of baseball analytics into a competition. Canada’s Next Top Sports Analytics Leader competition was held Feb. 26 at the Student Learning Centre’s Launch Zone, where students were put into teams of four or five and were required to do analytical research for the Toronto Blue Jays. Twelve teams participated, […]

by Nicholas Raponi· · News

Ryerson students celebrate Blue Jays Appreciation Day

Although Ryerson students seemed to lack the Blue Jays cheer, don’t let appearances fool you.

by Abby Chan· · Baseball, News, Sports
Blue Jays fans cheer at the Rogers Centre for ALDS game five against the Texas Rangers on Oct. 14. 
Steven Goetz / Ryersonian Staff

Sports fans turned to superstitions as Blue Jays made post-season run

Thanks to the Toronto Blue Jays’ valiant effort this post-season, fans in the city are becoming more vocal about their pre-game rituals.

by Brittany Ferreira· · Baseball, News, Sports
A sign at Nathan Phillips Square welcomes visitors to the "Birds Nest," a nickname created by Toronto Mayor John Tory. (Photo by Emerson Brito)

Jays fans still “bleeding blue” despite team’s loss

The Toronto Blue Jays may have lost their game Friday night but fans are not trading in their blue and white colours just yet. Reporter Emerson Brito took photos of fan reaction from Nathan Phillips Square.

by Emerson Brito· · Baseball, Sports
Fans rejoice after the Toronto Blue Jays win 7-1 against the Kansas City Royals Oct. 21, 2015.  (Photo by Tiffany Crawford/Ryersonian Staff)

Toronto fans breathe sigh of relief as Blue Jays hold on

The Ryersonian’s Tiffany Crawford was outside Rogers Centre as the Jays won Wednesday night. Check out her photos of the ecstatic crowd and fan reactions on social media in this story.

by Tiffany Crawford-Christie· · Baseball, Sports
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