PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Pirates will be sharing PNC Park with the Toronto Blue Jays during this upcoming season, according to a report.
According to Kaitlyn McGrath of The Athletic Toronto, the Blue Jays have been informed that PNC Park will “likely” be their home for the 60-game season.
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Can confirm via source that PNC Park will be the likely home of the #BlueJays this season, pending approval from PA state gov’t. An official announcement could come as early as Wednesday. @thehazelmae and @longleysunsport have been on it.
— Kaitlyn McGrath (@kaitlyncmcgrath) July 22, 2020
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Monday, the Pirates announced they were in discussions with the Blue Jays and the MLB about hosting the Blue Jays at PNC Park this upcoming season.MORE NEWS: Republican Ziccarelli Calls For Change While Democratic Incumbent Peck Cites His Prosecutorial Experience In Westmoreland County DA Race
The Pirates are scheduled to play Cleveland tonight at PNC Park for a preseason scrimmage and will open the regular season on Friday in St. Louis against the Cardinals.