Cassandra Brunshaw Death – Toronto Blue Jays mourns the death of Cassandra Brunshaw who passed away suddenly. She was announced dead on Thursday September 14, 2023 through a social media post by the Toronto Blue Jays. The circumstances under which Cassandra died are yet to be confirmed at this time. She will be missed by all those who knew her during the course of her life and career, including all those at the Toronto Blue Jays. Cassandra Brunshaw was an Assistant Manager, Box Office & Ticket Support at Toronto Blue Jays. She was a resident of Ajax, Ontario, Canada where she lived until her time of death.
What happened to Cassandra Brunshaw?
At the time of this publication, the circumstances surrounding Cassandra Brunshaw’s death are not specified in the provided information so the exact details regarding her cause of death are unknown. So far, the details have been are yet to be revealed. The general public will be updated as soon as this piece of information is made available. The general public is urged to keep the whole family of Cassandra Brunshaw in their thoughts and prayers as they mourn the unimaginable loss. Many consider her death as a tragic loss to not only the Baseball community, but her immediate community as well.
About Toronto Blue Jays
Located in Toronto, the Toronto Blue Jays play professional baseball in Canada. The American League (AL) East division is where the Blue Jays participate in Major League Baseball (MLB). The squad has mostly played its home games at Toronto’s Rogers Centre since 1989. In addition to being the traditional color of Toronto’s collegiate and professional sports teams, including the Maple Leafs (ice hockey) and the Argonauts (Canadian football), the name “Blue Jays” comes from the bird of the same name.
Out of the more than 4,000 ideas submitted in 1976, 154 individuals chose “Blue Jays.” Additionally, the Labatt Brewing Company, which produces the well-known beverage Labatt Blue, was the team’s initial owner. The team’s official colors are royal blue, navy blue, red, and white. They are also known as the “Jays” in popular culture. The club, an expansion franchise, was established in 1977 in Toronto. When SkyDome opened in 1989, the club moved there to play their home games after being situated first at Exhibition Stadium.
Rogers Communications has owned the Blue Jays since the year 2000, and in 2004, it also acquired SkyDome, renaming it Rogers Centre. Due to border restrictions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Blue Jays played their home games at Sahlen Field in Buffalo, New York for the 2020 season as well as June and July 2021, returning to Toronto as of July 30 of that year. The Blue Jays also played their home games at TD Ballpark in Dunedin, Florida for April and May of the 2021 season. After the first Canadian club, the Montreal Expos, changed their name to the Washington Nationals in 2005, they are the only MLB team now headquartered outside of the United States.
Cassandra Brunshaw obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by her family
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