Owner of Blue Jays and Toronto's Rogers Center dies at 75
TORONTO -- Ted Rogers, owner of the Toronto Blue Jays, died at his home on Tuesday. He was 75.
The founder of Rogers Communications Inc., Canada's largest cable television and mobile phone company, was treated in October for an existing heart condition, the company said in announcing his death.
Rogers Communications owns the Blue Jays and their home at the Rogers Centre, several television stations and an array of other media properties including Maclean's and Chatelaine magazines.
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