What does the Blue Jays Home Opener mean to you?
There’s something magical about the Home Opener at the Rogers Centre.
Whether you’re in the Action Seats, sitting in the back row in the 500 level, or watching the game from your own home, the Home Opener brings a feeling to Blue Jays fans that’s tough to put into words.
So what does it all mean to you when the gates at the Rogers Centre open for the first time this spring?
In 140 characters or less (or 30 words or less), feel free what the Blue Jays Home Opener means to you. Your memories could be used in a compilation blog post I’m working on for the Home Opener.
It could be a particular memory from a previous Home Opener, your favourite part about the Home Opener, or just a general statement about it.
You can either leave your feedback in the comment section below, let me know on Twitter, or email them to me. Please include your first name or “handle” you would like to be referred as. If you would like to remain anonymous, that’s cool too.
The best entries will be included in a blog post on the day of the Blue Jays Home Opener on April 12th. Thank you and good luck!
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