|The view from the cheap seats|
|A definite upside to sitting on the 100 level is you will probably get to see Ace the mascot.|
By the way the line ups for the concession stand get longer as the game goes on. I would recommend getting your food early. You can buy drinks from a vendor in the stands during the game.
|I found this picture, along with a ton more when I googled "ice cream in a Blue Jays helmet" so I am obviously not the only one who loves them.|
|When you have a baseball mad daughter you pretty much have to go to see the Blue Jays play live!|
You can print off some activity and fact sheet pages for kids before the game.
My kids love everything about the Blue Jays games including the Seventh Inning Stretch, the Tu-Lo chant, the wave, and the music they play when each batter comes up to the plate. You name it, they love it. By the way, Chris Colabello wins on the music selection. Return of the Mack indeed!
If you have a baseball nut in your family I suggest getting the Jr. Jays Club Kit. They sell out though so get them early. We did it last year (we missed out this year) and we got a Blue Jays cap, a wallet, a water bottle and a coupon book that was actually pretty good for $25 CAD. The hat alone would have cost almost that so it was well worth it. It also comes with a little membership card which entitles the bearer to certain perks like autograph sessions and the like.