PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – On Saturday, the Canadian government barred the Toronto Blue Jays from using Rogers Centre in Toronto as their home field, according to the club.
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— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) July 18, 2020
This leaves them without a home field for the shortened 2020 MLB season.
However, according to Jason Mackey of our news partner, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Blue Jays are looking at PNC Park as a potential site for home games.READ MORE: Local Female Veteran Harassed For Parking In Veterans-Only Spot
Sources: Prohibited from playing in Canada, the Toronto Blue Jays are looking at PNC Park as a potential site for some home games in 2020.
— Jason Mackey (@JMackeyPG) July 20, 2020
Toronto will have over a week to find a new home, they start the 2020 season on the road and are not scheduled to play a home game until July 29.MORE NEWS: Police: New Castle Man Confesses To Killing Mom And Landlord, Injuring Another Neighbor
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