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Rogers Communications Inc. is considering selling the Toronto Blue Jays to free up capital for other investments, Chief Financial Officer Tony Staffieri told Natalie Wong of Bloomberg News.
Staffieri added that no deal is imminent.
Rogers bought the controlling stake in the team in 2000 from Belgian brewer Interbrew. In 2005, the SkyDome was renamed Rogers Centre.
The Blue Jays were unable to follow up their success from 2015 and 2016 last year, finishing at 76-86.
They will open the 2018 season on March 29 at home against the New York Yankees.