Rogers Centre

Park Name: Rogers Centre

Tenants: Toronto Blue Jays (American League)

Opened: 1989

Address: 1 Blue Jays Way Toronto, Ontario M5V1J3

Dimensions: 328' (L), 400' (C), 328' (R)

Former Names:

SkyDome (1989-2005)

CN Tower, the former tallest building in the world, stands next door to Rogers Centre.

A view of Rogers Centre from the observation deck of the CN Tower.

The view from the VIP lounge area on the second level behind home plate.

The pressbox. Rogers Centre has two pressboxes, one behind the plate for baseball, and one down the line for football.

The luxury suite level, as seen from the deck of one of the suites.

The upper decks, and some of the hotel rooms in center field. The hotel rooms provide a unique view of the ballgame.

The Blue Jays Ring of Glory along the 4th deck lists names of some of the Blue Jays all-time greats.

Center field at Rogers Centre. Several restaurants, the JumboTron, the hotel, and Blue Jays championship banners and retired numbers.

The main seating area can separate in the middle and the stands can be rotated to the side when the field is converted for football.

The roof of Rogers Centre, closed before a game. The roof is separated into 4 panels.

The roof opens in sections, each one stacking on top of the other over center field.

The grandstand as seen from the right field corner. With the roof open downtown Toronto towers over the playing field.

CN Tower looms over the upper deck.

The view from behind home plate before a game.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The "warning track" and outfield fence. The outfield dimensions are fairly uniform.

The foul "poles" are cloth, and can be retracted into the roof when the field is not being used for baseball.

The artificial turf under the dome.

The upper deck is the steepest seating area in North America. There are railings separating every row and section.

The Toronto Blue Jays on the field during a game at Rogers Centre.