It's a Numbers Game: Toronto Blue Jays (Past & Present) Jersey Numbers

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It's a Numbers Game: Toronto Blue Jays (Past & Present) Jersey Numbers

The Toronto Blue Jays are Canada's only MLB team. Fans from across the country root for the same team. When the team plays in northern U.S. cities like Minneapolis and Seattle, the stands are full of Blue Jays fans. It's been a while since they won their 2 World Series titles, and they have really 'flamed out' quickly in the playoffs recently. They've also gotten off to a slow start this year, especially the hitters. Can they turn things around? While we wait for that question to be answere, it's time to see how well you can do in terms of remembering the jersey number worn by 25 great Blue Jays from the past and present. I will provide the name, you tell me their number. Batter up!

Bo Bichette:

Tony Fernandez:

George Bell:

Alek Manoah:

Vernon Wells:

Joe Carter:

Josh Donaldson:

Roger Clemens:

John Olerud:

Alejandro Kirk:

Russell Martin:

Fred McGriff:

Carlos Delgado

Jose Berrios:

Tom Henke:

Marcus Stroman:

Roberto Alomar:

Jose Bautista:

Duane Ward:

Dave Stieb:

George Springer:

Roy Halladay:

Vladimir Guerrero Jr:

Edwin Encarnacion:

Jordan Romano:

It's a Numbers Game: Toronto Blue Jays (Past & Present) Jersey Numbers

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