Whether or not you're already excited about the 2020 baseball season, you might want to get caught up on the freebies you can get your hands on this year. The Toronto Blue Jays' promo schedule is out and in it, the team details the list of free swag available from March to September 2020. And it's fair to say there's something for virtually everyone here.

While the Jays' Winterfest has transformed the Rogers Centre into a massive winter wonderland for everyone to enjoy right now, the excitement for the team to start their new season is kicking in.

And even non-hardcore followers are likely to be interested in the rewards that are on offer for attending fans this campaign.

As always, those gifts include the ever-popular player bobbleheads.

The first such giveaway is a Vladimir Guerrero Jr. bobblehead on March 28. That's followed by days recognizing Cavan Biggio on May 18, Vladdy and Daddy on July 1, and Bo Bichette on August 3.

More interested in beating the Jays shop prices on team gear?

On June 26, you can get your hands on a blue Hyun-Jin Ryu replica jersey, and on July 31, there's a Randal Grichuk powder blue replica jersey up for grabs.

For those Ryu mega fans who couldn't handle his arrival in the 6ix, there's also a special Jays cap in his name available on August 29.

There are also some more unusual mementos on offer, too.

Perfect for summer, there's a Lourdes Gurriel Jr. pineapple Hawaiian shirt handout on June 6, as well as a Blue Jays edition Friends shirt on July 17.

 

Could we BE any more excited?

 

That's far from it, though.

There are also gifts like the Blue Jays Rainbow Towel for Pride Night, team Hello Kitty bobblehead, a Jays-branded army-green hat, MLB reusable bag, Blue Jays Spider-Man figurine, and so much more.

There will also themed nights like "Loonie Dogs Night," "Peanuts Day," and "University and College Night".

But nothing is more exciting than some themed goodies from one of Toronto's favourite teams.

Taking a page out of the Raptors book, the Jays have already brought back their "old school" blue jerseys for long-time fans to reminisce. 

Now, the full list of dates and giveaways can be found on the Blue Jays website.

Tickets start to go on sale this Thursday, January 23. So, if there are a few fan items you'd like to add to your collection, make sure you match the dates to your desires.

The Jays are starting 2020 off right.

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