Blue Jays' home opener vs. Yankees a sellout

The Toronto Blue Jays sold out their April 4 home opener against the New York Yankees less than one hour after single-game tickets went on sale Friday.

Toronto opens 2014 season at Tampa Bay

The Rogers Centre will be full on April 4 for the Blue Jays' home opener against the Yankees. The game sold out just 48 minutes after all single-game tickets went on sale Friday. (Dave Sandford/Getty Images/File)

When the Toronto Blue Jays host the New York Yankees in their home opener April 4, it will be before a Rogers Centre sellout.

The club made the announcement Friday morning, just 48 minutes after all single-game tickets went on sale.

Toronto will open the season visiting the Tampa Bay Rays for three games before returning to Rogers Centre to face the Yankees. Following an off-day, Toronto will host the Houston Astros for three games, starting April 8.

The Blue Jays said tickets to those and all other games are available through all sales channels.


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