Toronto Blue Jays host “Tweeting Tuesdays” at Rogers Centre

People that love baseball, love to talk about baseball. Twitter is no different. Baseball games have always been social events and now the Blue Jays are taking it to the next level.

I offer a warning to the front office, be careful what you wish for. Encouraging fans to voice their opinions during games may backfire. The Blue Jays are being carried by their young pitching staff. Already this year, three different Blue Jays pitchers have taken no-hitters into the 7th inning. They are winning dangerously despite numerous mental mistakes, whether lack of hustle to balls in the gaps, over-throwing cutoff men, or mistakes on the base paths, these mental errors will eventually catch up.

‘Join the Toronto Blue Jays for their first ever Tweeting Tuesdays this Tuesday April 27, 2010 as the Jays will play host to the Boston Red Sox at Rogers Centre. Blue Jays Twitter followers will have the opportunity to interact and communicate with the Blue Jays and other Blue Jays fans while watching the game. Blue Jays followers will also have the opportunity to win prizes, and experience a Blue Jays game in a whole new way.

“We recognize that fans appreciate both the entertainment and social aspects of coming to a live Blue Jays game.” said Anthony Partipilo, VP of Blue Jays Marketing and Merchandising. “We are constantly looking for new ways to embrace social technology, and to further enhance that experience. We are always looking for ways to make coming to a Jays game an even better place to connect with family, friends, and like minded Jays Fans.”

Twitter followers that attend the game Tuesday April 27 will also have the opportunity to take part in some exclusive Blue Jays experiences; such as throwing out the first pitch, upgraded seats, and much more.’

Read the Official Press Release

3 Responses to “Toronto Blue Jays host “Tweeting Tuesdays” at Rogers Centre”
  1. Joe says:

    Looks like I can leave them a comment via Twitter. I’m telling them that I need two things. More cowbell and more Janssen. Put Casey in the rotation.

  2. Thanks for the reply Joe, I posted about mental mistakes in this entry on the 23rd. The Blue Jays once again proved me right the following day when playing The Rays in the eighth inning

    Watch how overthrowing cutoff men allows good teams to take advantage and put up crooked numbers on the scoreboard. The cutoff men don’t even have a chance at some of these throws!

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