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Twitter Introduces New Emojis, Team Insights for Toronto Blue Jays

Just ahead of the Toronto Blue Jays’ first Major League Baseball (MLB) postseason game this afternoon, Twitter has published some new emojis and team insights on its platform. Below are team & league Twitter emojis for the Blue Jays’ first-round series vs the Seattle Mariners Toronto Blue Jays - #NextLevel Seattle Mariners - #SeaUsRise #Postseason...

Toronto Blue Jays Begin Adopting Bat Sensor Technology

According to a new report from TSN, the Toronto Blue Jays have started adopting bat sensor technology to track swing data for each player. The sensor is made by Pittsburg-based company Diamond Kinetics and is currently being used by the Blue Jays minor league team during extended spring training. If the use of the sensor...

Toronto Blue Jays Reach Milestone of 2 Million Twitter Followers

The Toronto Blue Jays have become the top Canadian sports team on Twitter, surpassing a total of two million followers. The @BlueJays have become the first professional sports team in Canada to reach two million followers on any social network. Since joining Twitter May 2009, the Toronto Blue Jays slowly increased its presence and passed 500,000 followers...

Toronto @BlueJays Announce 2017 Official Hashtag: #LetsRise

According to Twitter Canada, the Toronto Blue Jays are the most followed Canadian pro sports team on Twitter. Ahead of the 2017 MLB season kick off on April 3rd, the team’s official hashtag on Twitter this year will be: #LetsRise. Previous official Blue Jays hashtags saw #ComeTogether rise up in 2015, while last year it...

Even the Toronto Blue Jays Got the iPhone 6s Today [PICS]

iPhone 6s launch day means errrbody gets iPhones, unless your pre-order was unfortunately delayed to Monday due to UPS, like some customers in Montreal and beyond (ours just arrived ten minutes ago). Today it appears the Toronto Blue Jays also jumped onto the iPhone 6s train, as members of the team have been sharing their...

Toronto Blue Jays Assistant GM Walks Away to Work for Apple

Image via the Canadian Press Apple has hired away the assistant general manager of the Toronto Blue Jays. According to SportsNet, Jay Sartori is leaving the ball club to work for Apple, where he will be manager of the App Store's sports and entertainment category (via MG Siegler): The Toronto Blue Jays are on the...