2023 Toronto Blue Jays

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2023 Toronto Blue Jays / Franchise: Toronto Blue Jays / BR Team Page[edit]

Record: 89-73, Finished 3rd in AL Eastern Division (2023 AL) Wild Card

Clinched Wild Card: September 30, 2023

Managed by John Schneider

Coaches: Mark Budzinski, David Howell, Dave Hudgens, Guillermo Martinez, Don Mattingly, Hunter Mense, Luis Rivera, Pete Walker, Jeff Ware and Adam Yudelman

Ballpark: Rogers Centre

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Further Reading[edit]

  • Associated Press: "Blue Jays fall but clinch AL wild card as Mariners lose", ESPN.com, October 1, 2023. Toronto Wild Card
  • Nick Ashbourne: "Blue Jays' desire for change in 2023 hasn't paid off in season's opening third: The Blue Jays entered 2023 hoping they would reach new heights this season. Now, just making the playoffs will be a tough battle.", Yahoo! Sports Canada, May 29, 2023. [1]
  • Nick Ashbourne: "Blue Jays clinch playoff spot in unspectacular fashion, but special opportunity awaits: The Toronto Blue Jays will have a chance to change the narrative of their 2023 season if they can find success in October.", Yahoo! Sports Canada, September 30, 2023. [2]
  • Nick Ashbourne: "Blue Jays fall flat in the playoffs once again as current core can't seem to progress: The Blue Jays' 2023 season was billed as a campaign to grow into a serious contender. After getting swept in Minnesota, any sign of progress is absent", Yahoo! Sports, October 4, 2023. [3]
  • Keegan Matheson: "Why Vlad Jr. thinks '23 Blue Jays are a 'more complete team'", mlb.com, January 20, 2023. [4]
  • Keegan Matheson: "Blue Jays look to leap from good to great in '23", mlb.com, March 27, 2023. [5]
  • Olivier Neven: "Blue Jays manager John Schneider on team struggles: 'Enough is enough'; Toronto is slumping hard right now, and the squad needs to find answers before things get out of hand.", Yahoo! Sports, May 21, 2023. [6]
  • Gregory Strong (The Canadian Press): "Blue Jays look to take next step in 2023 after falling in wild-card round last fall", Yahoo! Sports, March 29, 2023. [7]
  • Gregory Strong (The Canadian Press): "Toronto Blue Jays look to make strides after inconsistent first half", Yahoo! Sports, June 28, 2023. [8]