There are 2,267 rooms at Disney World's Swan and Dolphin resorts.
As general managers, managers, scouting directors, agents and more agents arrived at the four-star resort Sunday in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., there is one fact a ball fan knows for sure about the team he or she follows:
There will be enough trade talk and free-agent signing rumours to fill each room as Major League Baseball's 112th winter meetings begin.
And some deals may actually happen at the trade mart and flesh-peddling session.
A look back at the Blue Jays two previous visits to the Orlando suburbs:
The 2010 meetings saw Alex Anthopoulos send opening day starter Shaun Marcum to the Milwaukee Brewers for minor-league third baseman Brett Lawrie.
The Jays also chased Zack Greinke of the Kansas City Royals and free-agent catcher Russell Martin ... unsuccessfully.
As well, former Jays GM Pat Gillick was elected to the Hall of Fame on Expansion Era voting.