The Toronto Blue Jays, established on January 1, 1977, is a professional baseball team located in Toronto, Canada. The organization, named after the blue jay bird, competes in the sports industry and is specifically involved in the game of baseball. The team's key people include Charlie Montoyo, Vladimir Guerrero, and Matt Chapman.
The Blue Jays play their home games at the Rogers Centre and have several competitors in Major League Baseball. Some of these competitors are the New York Yankees, Los Angeles Angels, Minnesota Twins, Houston Astros, Cleveland Guardians, Chicago White Sox, Seattle Mariners, Baltimore Orioles, Texas Rangers, Oakland Athletics, Kansas City Royals, Boston Red Sox, and Detroit Tigers.
The Toronto Blue Jays entity is an instance of a company and also classified as an organization. It is currently active in its operations. The Blue Jays were initially formed by parent organizations Labatt Brewing Company and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. Today, the team is owned by Rogers Communications.