An unflattering nickname for the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team, especially in the late 80s and early 90s prior to the team's World Series wins in 1992 and 1993. Arose from the Jays' blown leads in the 1985 ALCS against Kansas City and the 1987 AL East division race against Detroit. Still used by fans of rival teams to insult the Jays, though it is very outdated.
Before they won the World Series in 1992, the Blue Jays were chokers; they should have been called the Blow Jays.
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