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Toronto Blue Jays: Ace and Diamond

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Ace (male) and Diamond (female) are two blue bird-like creatures and serves as the official mascot of the Toronto Blue Jays. The mascots have been introduced as Ace and Diamond, a boy and a girl. The Jays debuted their two new mascots to correspond with the "new era" the team was entering, with the year 2000, and the new Spring Training logo, and the fact that the Jays were becoming serious contenders again. These two elegant birds besides of entertaining fans work diligently and are available for other happening events also. Whether it's a personal party, wedding, commercial function, charitable event, birthday, or community event these two birds add fun and make the momentum of the event more lively and colorful.  

Ace 

Height: 6'0"

Weight: Light as a feather

Species: Toronto Blue Jay (Cyanocitta Cristata Torontonia)

Habitat: SkyDome

Bats: Right

Throws: Right

Hobbies: People watching

 

 

 

Ace and diamonds

 Ace is always something up to mischief and keeps on planning how to outwit and frustrate the other team. He likes to mischievously ruffle the feathers of the officials and players equally. His sharp eagle like sharp vision helps him to focus on catch fly balls and look for the opportunities for mischief. Ace’s grandfather co-wrote the song "Rockin' Robin." His father invented bird shadow stickers for office windows. His mother works in the "fashion biz" as a goose down supplier.

Diamond 

Height: 6'0"

Weight: Never ask a bird her weight

Species: Toronto Blue Jay (Cyanocitta Cristata Torontonia)

Habitat: SkyDome

Bats: Left

Throws: Right

Hobbies: Dancing

 

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Diamond left her niche early to join her favorite team and entertain the admirers and to cheer up the players. She loves to dance and quaver her feathers. When she is not hovering over the home team dugout, she regularly flutters elegantly along the field. Diamond mom is a choreographer currently working on Swan Lake. Her dad enthused the story "The Ugly Blue Jay" which was afterwards re-named "The Ugly Duckling" because Blue Jays are not unattractive.

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