Just in time for spring training to start, the Toronto Blue Jays have unveiled a new hat for the 2014 season. The all-red cap featuring a maple leaf will be used during spring training, batting practice and select regular season games. It is yet to be known which regular season games will feature the new hat, but special occasions such as Canada Day on July 1 when the Blue Jays will host the Milwaukee Brewers for a day game could be a prime time to wear them. A game on a national holiday featuring a Canadian-themed hat could also be a boost for Toronto Blue Jays tickets in the middle of the season.
Toronto was 40-41 at the Rogers Centre and were sixth in the American League in total attendance last season. Even as the Blue Jays struggled last season amid high preseason expectations, fans still came out to the ballpark on a consistent basis.
The Jays could hope the new look could help them improve in the division after finishing in fourth place in the American League East in 2013. The Blue Jays have not been very active in free agency up to this point, but still could be in the market for one of the remaining starting pitchers such as Ervin Santana or Ubaldo Jimenez. Along with R.A. Dickey, Jose Reyes and Jose Bautista, the team could easily see an improvement.
Fans won’t be able to purchase the new hats until the start of spring training, but fans are able to purchase Toronto Blue Jays spring training tickets at any time.
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