Toronto Blue Jays

The Beginning- Toronto- Rogers Centre

TORONTO - JULY 8: Brett Cecil #27 of the Toronto Blue Jays throws against the Minnesota Twins during a MLB game at The Rogers Centre July 8, 2010 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Abelimages/Getty Images)
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Daniel MalkinContributor IJuly 6, 2010

I am a recent college graduate who is obsessed with everything baseball. I finished my four wonderful years of college and decided that it was finally time to visit as many baseball stadiums as I could during my summer.

I began to map out my plans of how I could accomplish this goal. It all would begin with Toronto, where I would loop around to Detroit and Pittsburgh

Me and my friend Mike have arrived in Toronto to catch a Blue Jays game. The city is great, there are a ton of places to checkout and lots of great food and beer to consume. We quickly ate some Toronto food staples and sampled the local brews. We also took the time to take a journey to the top of the CN Tower which was really cool.

We walked over to the stadium and explored the outside area. I am not a big fan of domes in general and believe that all sports should be played outside. With that said, I had never seen baseball in a dome so I was excited for a new experience.







All in all we really enjoyed our time in Toronto. I didn't love the Rogers Centre but it was a unique venue. It's a bit old and again baseball indoors did not really do it for me.
Next up is Detroit and Comerica Park.

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