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Synonyms for blue jay

common jay of eastern North America

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To create a festive atmosphere, Nathan Phillips Square is decked out with Toronto Blue Jays banners and the 3DTORONTO sign continues to be illuminated blue.
The Blue Jays have had an exciting run through the season beginning with major roster additions throughout the regular season and in the postseason with Jose Bautista and his infamous bat flip.
As the only professional Major League Baseball team in the country, the Toronto Blue Jays have had a special place in the hearts of Canadians for nearly 40 years," said Corey Evans, WestJet Manager, Sponsorship, Community Investment and Experiential Marketing.
Response of the blue jays was to begin calling using the "jay" call and move to a branch with leaf cover about 2 m below the initial landing area.
It has been a pretty quiet offseason for the Blue Jays so far, but the team is considered a "leading candidate" to sign Ubaldo Jimenez or Ervin Santana, reports Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports.
Of the eight home runs allowed by Tazawa this season, five have been hit by Blue Jays batters.
The surprise announcement came a day after the Blue Jays completed a mega deal in which they acquired All-Star shortstop Jose Reyes and pitchers Josh Johnson and Mark Buehrle from Miami.
The decline in the on and off field fortunes of the Blue Jays coincides with the '94 acquisition of - then franchise owner Labatts Breweries - by Belgian brewer Interbrew (now InBev).
We won two World Series together," said the 43-year-old former second baseman, who played five seasons with the Blue Jays from 1991-95.
Upon closer inspection, we detected three live Blue Jays caught in three separate lobster traps.
MLB Moves Blue Jay Games to Philly Over G20 Summit Security Concerns (http://bizofbaseball.
The result was a 13-1 Blue Jays victory in front of 41,123 at Angel Stadium, the last 72/3innings of which Ortega viewed from the dugout.
Blue jays (Cyanocitta cristata) are an effective indicator species for West Nile virus (WNV) and may be regionally important in surveillance efforts.
Of course that doesn't include spring training, bullpen work or attendance at Blue Jays games and other functions during the six-month baseball season, so maybe Burnett should check Arkansasjobs.
To the Editor: Corvids (crows, blue jays, magpies, and their relatives) are particularly susceptible to West Nile virus (WNV) (1).