Saturday, April 27, 2013

Thursday, May 23, 2013: CJS BLUE JAYS NIGHT at the Toronto Blue Jays vs. Baltimore Orioles game

He can hustle. He can bunt. He can turn a double play. He has fitted in with his team-mates and fans chant his name. He smiles, he laughs, he does leg-bends and head-stands, and - oh yeah - did we mention that he can dance?

MUNENORI KAWASAKI (川崎宗則) is the first Japanese position player to play with the Toronto Blue Jays. Called up to replace the injured shortstop Jose Reyes, in the short time he's been here, he's given the team a shot of energy and made a huge impression on team-mates and fans alike. Team-mates bow to him. Fans have bought his jersey and had t-shirts made. Superstar Ichiro Suzuki even said that Kawasaki was so popular at Toronto games that "I thought he handed out free pizza to the crowd or something.

Yes, the "Kawasaki Kraze" is sweeping the crowd - krowd? - at Blue Jays games and you too can get in on the fun!! 

The CJS is hosting CJS BLUE JAYS NIGHT at the Toronto Blue Jays vs. Baltimore Orioles game at Rogers Centre on Thursday, May 23. We've got 30 great, affordable seats in Section 129 along the third base line between third base and left field, so we can all cheer on Kawasaki and the rest of the Toronto Blue Jays with like-minded fans.

Tickets are $35 each for CJS members and $40 for non-members. These tickets normally sell at the box office for close to $50 ($44 plus service charges), making this a fantastic opportunity for our members and friends!

HOW CAN YOU GET TICKETS?  Please e-mail Lisa Houston, CJS Communications Director at

It's sure to be a fun night at the dome, so get your tickets - and get in on the Kawasaki Kraze - while you can!

For more information about this event, please e-mail Lisa Houston, CJS Communications Director at

Thank you! (And Go Jays Go!)

Thursday, May 23, 2013
Toronto Blue Jays vs. Baltimore Orioles
Rogers Centre, Toronto
Game starts at 7:00 pm
Tickets: $35 for CJS Members, $40 for non-members
Tickets available for purchase at IMK on Thursday, May 2
For more information, e-mail CJS Communications

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