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Fireworks burst over SkyDome in Toronto on its opening day, June 3, 1989. (Jeff Wasserman for The Globe and Mail)

Fireworks burst over SkyDome in Toronto on its opening day, June 3, 1989.

(Jeff Wasserman for The Globe and Mail)

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On June 3, 1989, SkyDome opened its doors. Two days later, the Toronto Blue Jays played their first game, to a crowd of more than 48,000. Though the stadium's name has changed, its presence on Toronto's skyline is the same as ever. In honour of its 25th birthday, we want to hear your favourite memories. Were you there for the first pitch? Or when Joe Carter hit the home run that won the Jays the 1993 World Series? Use the form below to submit your stories and photos and we may include them in an article.

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