Carlos Delgado Honoured by the Blue Jays

Yesterday, the Blue Jays officially added Carlos Delgado’s name to the ‘Level of Excellence’ at the Rogers Centre (neé SkyDome) prior to a 4-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays.

Delgado, the holder of several Blue Jays records, played for the Jays between 1993 and 2004.  He is a two-time All-Star and three time Silver Slugger.

Here are some pictures from the pre-game ceremony:

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In the game, R.A Dickey would surrender four runs off three home runes as he picked up his 11th loss of the season. The Blue Jays scored a run early in the game to take a 1-0 lead, and tried a comeback in the 9th as José Reyes hit a 2 RBI double before Adam Lind walked. But after having Rajai Davis pinch ran for Lind, and stole third, Melky Cabrera – in his first game since going on the disabled list – grounded out to end the game.

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