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Sports In Photos: Toronto Blue Jays play to a sold out crowd during their home opener at the Rogers Centre

The Toronto Blue Jays played the Boston Red Sox at the Rogers Centre

Trying to get the attention of Toronto Blue Jays players during batting practice are from left Carson Reid, 8; Oscar Wood, 9 (wearing a Bautista beard) and his brother Jasper, 7.

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Fans line up while waiting to enter Rogers Centre for the Toronto Blue Jays home opening game against the Boston Red Sox.

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A man addresses fans with a megaphone as they line up before the game.

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Eight year old Kade Dessureualt and his father came all the way from New Liskeard in northern Ontario to attend the Toronto Blue Jays home opening game.

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Toronto Blue Jays designated hitter Josh Donaldson acknowledges the crowd as he heads out to receive his MVP award prior to the game.

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The Toronto Blue Jays short stop Troy Tulowitzki tags out Boston Red Sox Hanley Ramirez at second base.

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Toronto Blue Jays starter Marcus Stroman pitches during the Jays' home opener against the Boston Red Sox.

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A fan holds up a sign during the Toronto Blue Jays home opener against the Boston Red Sox.

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Toronto Blue Jays designated hitter Josh Donaldson acknowledges the crowd.

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