The Toronto Blue Jays proudly celebrate a rich history and tradition by honoring stars of their past during every Friday home game at Rogers Centre.
Flashback Fridays began in 2006 to coincide with the Blue Jays 30th anniversary as a Major League Baseball franchise.
In 2009, the Blue Jays will continue to build on the success of Flashback Fridays with the re-introduction of their powder blue road uniforms. A throw back to 1985, the uniform features the original Blue Jay logo on the middle of the jersey and an elastic style belt. The team will wear the retro uniform for every Friday night home game at Rogers Centre.
Alumni will sign autographs from 5:45 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. across from section 116, as well as be honoured in the game.
|Jose Cruz, Jr.
|Sept. 25||7:07 p.m.|
Alex Gonzalez reminisces about his 1994 rookie season and what his first day at bat was like at Rogers Centre.
Jose Cruz Jr. gives an update on his father and recaps what it felt like to be traded to the Blue Jays in 1997.
Balor Moore discusses his time in Toronto, and what it was like to be the first-ever Montreal Expos draft pick.
Former Blue Jays first baseman Cliff Johnson shares some memories and how Toronto is still one of his favorite places to come back to.
Former Blue Jay Jesse Barfield reflects on the great Blue Jay teams.
Former Blue Jays pitcher Mike Flanagan reflects on the Blue Jays championships.
Former Toronto relief pitcher Tom Henke reflects on the Blue Jays championships.
Nelson Liriano recalls the Blue Jays championship seasons from 1992-1993.
John Mayberry answers some fan questions about his days with the club and his former teammates.
The 1989 Blue Jays are introduced on the 20th anniversary of the first game at Rogers Centre.
Kelly Gruber talks with Jerry Howarth about his Blue Jays memories.
Paul Molitor is interviewed by Jerry Howarth about his time in Toronto.