By BOB ELLIOTT, SUN MEDIA
The curtain goes up on a history-making season tonight at the Rogers Centre.
After a strictly Canadian scoreboard presentation, Roy Halladay takes the mound against the Detroit Tigers.
And the rest of way ... well, get ready.
For the first time in this their 33rd year, the Blue Jays open the season with three arms in their starting rotation with less than 66 innings of major league experience to their names.
Basically three starts out of every five go to rookies.
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