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10 ways to wear your Toronto Blue Jays pride

Toronto Blue Jays gear goes beyond the tees, hats and shirts you can buy at the Rogers Centre. If you want to show your home team pride while wearing something a bit more unique than the average fan you're not short on options.

Here's a round-up of my favourite Blue Jays clothing you can buy in Toronto right now.

Japanese Blue Jay Tee (Drake General Store)
If your love of the Blue Jays transcends language barriers, try this Japanese Blue Jays Tee. Featuring the beloved logo of the Jays and Japanese translated text, this is the perfect off-the-beaten trail option for baseball enthusiasts. It'll cost you $38, making it a more fiscally responsible option than an official jersey.

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Toronto Jay T-shirt (Crywolf Clothing)
These screen-printed tees are a far cry from traditional Jays shirts. Crywolf has altered the logo to fit the fashion-forward vibe of the store's overall aesthetic. The classic unisex shirt will set you back $30, but if that style doesn't fit your wardrobe, there are also baseball shirts, tanks and sweaters available.

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Toronto Blue Jays New Era "MLB Diamond Era 59FIFTY Cap" (Lids)
Instead of showing your love for the Jays with the classic logo baseball cap, opt for the MLB Diamond Era edition. As a bonus, the lack of a giant Jays logo means it won't be a faux pas to wear it even when the season is over. You can get your hands on one for $39.99.

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WAMCO Shirt (teespring)
If you're feeling nostalgic for seasons past, this is the shirt for you. The tee pays homage to the lineup responsible for bringing home the team's 1990s World Series glories: Devon White, Roberto Alomar, Paul Molitor, Joe Carter and John Olerud. It goes for $21.76 - $24.18, depending on fit.

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Turonno Baseball Tee (The Button Machine)
Wear the true spelling of the city on your chest with this Button Machine baseball tee. The $32 shirt will help you boast your love of "Turonno" and it's favourite team even after baseball season wraps.

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Shared Pixel Blue Jay Tee (Drake General Store)
Another option on the more subtle side of fan merch is this tee from the Drake General Store. The pixelated bird emblazoned on the front will help you show your pride while making you look a little more stylish than those donning "I love BJs" tees. They do, however, come in at a hefty $48.

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Osuna Matata
The Jays' rookie star closer reportedly wears this tee under his jersey every game. Show the world who deserves to be the American League Rookie of the Year by donning this $25 shirt (comes in a variety of colours) from Athlete Orginals.

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6ctober (6ctober.com)
Looking for a way to flaunt your love of the 6 and the Jays simultaneously? Look no further than the 6ctober tee. Plus, you don't have to feel bad about shelling out the $20, as a portion of the profits goes toward Covenant House.

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416 Snapback (Waves Apparel)
Affiliated with the Jays strictly by colour, this snapback will have you wearing your love for the 6 (and its athletes) even outside of the Rogers Centre. Because it doesn't rock a giant logo, it's perfectly acceptable to repurpose this during hockey season. Plus, it's only $29.

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Jays Buttons (The Button Machine)
If you aren't bold enough to walk around in full Blue Jays gear, give a subtle nod to your favourite players with these handcrafted buttons. With a few options on hand, you can give a shout out to players like Donaldson, Dickey, Encarnacion, and Tulowitzki. A huge bonus, they only cost a toonie, making them ideal for the fans on a budget.

Photos from Button Machine, Crywolf Clothing, jatram99, Drake General Store, maijahoggett, 6ctober, and waves_apparel.

What did I miss? Add your favourite piece of Blue Jays gear to the comments.


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