The Blue Jays are aiming to install a dirt infield at the Rogers Centre in time for the start of the Tim Anderson Jersey 2016 season, Canada'sthe National Post reported, citing an unidentified source familiar with the plan.The Jays have played on artificial turf, with dirt cutouts around the bases, home plate and pitcher's mound throughout their history, but the team's VP of busine s operationsmentioned that the club plans to begin installingthe dirt as soon asFebruary.MORE: Baseball's best-looking lawns | Greatest Blue Jays of all timePlan to start in Feb. Stephen R Brooks (@sbrooksbaseball) December 19, 2015The new Jays dirt infield would mean that only the Rays remain among MLB teams that playon fullartificial Yoan Moncada Jersey turf, a surface hitters love because ofthe speed of a batted balland that defenders and pitchers loath because of theball's unpredictable bounces.Blue Jays presidentMark Shapiro said in the past that anatural-gra s outfieldcould be among the array of stadium improvements under consideration in the future. It would be a move supported by outfielder Jose Bautista, who has voiced his opinion multiple Luis Aparicio Jersey times about the injuryconcerns related toplaying on an artificial surface.