As of this morning, a total of 35 players have made their major league debuts for the Blue Jays since Alex Anthopoulos was named as the club's general manager in the 2009 offseason. The Blue Jays saw three debuts in 2010, ten in 2011, nine in 2012, three in 2013, and seven in 2014.
So far in the young 2015 season the team has already had three kids play their first game in the major leagues. The only other time Jays have had three major league debuts in their first two games of the season was back in 1988 when Sil Campusano debuted on April 4 (game 1), with Pat Borders and Todd Stottlemyre making their debuts on April 6 (game 2).
This week's Thursday Morning Sporcle asks you to name as many players as you can think of who made played their first major league game for the Blue Jays since the start of the 2010 season. Simply click on the green PLAY button to start then begin to type players' last names.
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- 2013 Blue Jays Team Picture (Bonus: 2013 Bisons Team Picture)
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- Departed Blue Jays
- Real and Fake Blue Jays Minor Leaguers
- Blue Jays Anagrams, Pitchers Edition
- Blue Jays' Fastest Fastballers
- Blue Jays season openers against the Yankees (Bonus: Expos, Blue Jays, and Reds)