Get to know your 2017 Blue Jays with our baseball card series

Opening Day is upon us, and it’s time to meet your 2017 Toronto Blue Jays. Get to know the club with our baseball card series.

Next in our pack of cards is the returning Blue Jays franchise icon.

Blue Jays fans aren’t going to forget Edwin Encarnacion easily, but this man will try to make it happen.

The Blue Jays’ Canadian content comes in the form of a power-hitting catcher and clubhouse leader.

One of the most popular Blue Jays around is the guy they call “Superman.”

This off-season the Blue Jays added versatility and pop in the form of Steve Pearce.

There aren’t a lot of shortstops that can mash like the guy who stands between second and third for the Blue Jays.

Our next Blue Jay is beloved for his ability to make things happen.

The Blue Jays second baseman may be small, but he’s got sneaky power.

When southpaws are on the mound, expect to see this Blue Jay in the lineup.

Whenever the Blue Jays find themselves with a hole, this man can plug it.

This Blue Jays starter never fails to entertain on or off the field.

Every staff needs a power pitcher, and the Blue Jays are no exception.

No one has performed in big games for the Blue Jays lately like this man.

The slider this Blue Jays southpaw wields is one of the deadliest weapons in the game.

This young closer helps Blue Jays fans relax when the chips are down.

It’s always nice to have a grizzled veteran in the bullpen, and 40-year-old Jason Grilli certainly fits the bill.

Not everyone gets his humour, but his pitching can be understood by all.

Josh Donaldson

Opening Day is upon us, and it’s time to meet your 2017 Blue Jays. Get to know the club with our baseball card series.
First on deck, it’s the bringer of rain.

Jose Bautista

Next in our pack of cards is the returning Blue Jays franchise icon.

Kendrys Morales

Blue Jays fans aren’t going to forget Edwin Encarnacion easily, but this man will try to make it happen.

Russell Martin

The Blue Jays’ Canadian content comes in the form of a power-hitting catcher and clubhouse leader.

Kevin Pillar

One of the most popular Blue Jays around is the guy they call “Superman.”

Steve Pearce

This off-season the Blue Jays added versatility and pop in the form of Steve Pearce.

Troy Tulowitzki

There aren’t a lot of shortstops that can mash like the guy who stands between second and third for the Blue Jays.

Ezequiel Carerra

Our next Blue Jay is beloved for his ability to make things happen.

Devon Travis

The Blue Jays second baseman may be small, but he’s got sneaky power.

Justin Smoak

The Blue Jays are hoping this switch-hitter can take the first base job and run with it.

Melvin Upton

When southpaws are on the mound, expect to see this Blue Jay in the lineup.

Darwin Barney

Whenever the Blue Jays find themselves with a hole, this man can plug it.

Marcus Stroman

This Blue Jays starter never fails to entertain on or off the field.

Aaron Sanchez

Every staff needs a power pitcher, and the Blue Jays are no exception.

Marco Estrada

No one has performed in big games for the Blue Jays lately like this man.

J.A. Happ

Some questioned his reunion with the Blue Jays prior to 2016, but no one’s questioning it now.

Francisco Lirano

The slider this Blue Jays southpaw wields is one of the deadliest weapons in the game.

Roberto Osuna

This young closer helps Blue Jays fans relax when the chips are down.

Jason Grilli

It’s always nice to have a grizzled veteran in the bullpen, and 40-year-old Jason Grilli certainly fits the bill.

Joe Biagini

Not everyone gets his humour, but his pitching can be understood by all.