The season that was for Jays Care

The season that was for Jays Care

2014 was a banner year for Jays Care. The Blue Jays Baseball Academy Rookie League celebrated its 26th season; Jays Care capital space investments opened across the country; the Jays Care Community Crew surpassed 600 members; and Jays fans took to the turf at Rogers Centre, and baseball diamonds across the country, in support of Jays Care.

Take a look back on some of the highlights from 2014 -- and get ready for an exciting 2015 season.

The Robert Alomar & Friends Charity Home Run Challenge series began with a bang at Rogers Centre

• The Blue Jays once again sent representatives from our Rookie League program to the Jr. RBI Classic at MLB All-Star Game

Jays Care hosted over 2,800 deserving guests from charitable and community groups in the Jays Care Community Clubhouse

• The Blue Jays Baseball Academy Rookie League program celebrated its 26th season in Toronto

Blue Jays alumni helped unveil Jays Care capital space investments across Canada

• The Jays Care Community Crew performed 12 Baseball Diamond Makeovers across the GTA

Fans mingled with the Blue Jays on the field at Rogers Centre for the Curve Ball Gala

• The Blue Jays and Jays Care Foundation were named winners of the 2014 Steve Patterson Award

Matt Warner is the coordinator of marketing and communications for the Toronto Blue Jays. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.