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Jays Winter Tour Comes to Calgary

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Here is the press release about the Jay's visit to Calgary:

The TORONTO BLUE JAYS WINTER TOUR presented by ROGERS SPORTSNET and featuring players and personnel from the Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Club and Rogers Sportsnet will be swinging into Calgary, Alberta on February 19th and 20th. The Winter Tour, which began with stops in Toronto, Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Preston, will continue in Calgary before concluding in Vancouver on January 22. The tour will consist of skills clinics, school visits and mall appearances as the Blue Jays continue their efforts to promote baseball across the country.

"The Blue Jays Winter Tour is an integral part of our efforts to deliver Blue Jays baseball to fans throughout Canada. It is anticipated we will bring the tour to communities across the country in subsequent years, as we continue to promote this great game of baseball. We wear the Canadian Maple Leaf proudly and are very excited to embark on the first of many tours."

- Paul Beeston, President and CEO, Toronto Blue Jays.

In Calgary the media will have the following opportunities to connect with the Blue Jays.

February 19 Eau Claire YCMA Downtown, 1013 3 Street SW, Calgary

4:45pm to 5:15pm - Media availability

5:15pm to 6:00pm - Kids clinic, Rawlings baseball equipment for YMCA donated by Toronto Blue Jays and Jays Care Foundation.

Line-up: Manager John Farrell, Pitching Coach Bruce Walton, JP Arencibia, Ricky Romero, Jesse Litsch and Sportsnet's Jamie Campbell.

February 20 School Visits, 9:30am to 10:30am

St. Rose of Lima Jr. High School, 2419 50th Street NE

Line-up: Ricky Romero, John Farrell, Ace and Jamie Campbell

 

Langevin Science School, 107 6A Street NE

Line-up: Jesse Litsch, JP Arencibia, Bruce Walton

 

CrossIron Mills mall visit, autograph signing

Noon to 1:00pm, Entertainment Neighbourhood

Line-up: JP Arencibia, Jesse Litsch, Ricky Romero.

Tom Back: Unfortunately there aren't going to my son's school, which is too bad, he would have been thrilled and likely would have been one of the few kids who knew who these guys are.

I'm hoping they will give me a few moments to talk to John Farrell and some of the others. If you have suggestions for questions, now would be the time to make them.