The biggest question facing the Blue Jays at Summer Camp has been answered. The team will be allowed to play their home games at Rogers Centre in Toronto.
BREAKING: @MacLeodLisa tells @TSN1200:
The Blue Jays have been given government clearance to play home games at Rogers Centre this summer.
But she cautions, “If the rules are not followed, we will rescind the plan.”
— Ian Mendes (@ian_mendes) July 16, 2020
There was quite a bit of controversy last week surrounding the Blue Jays and where they would shack up when Travis Shaw tweeted frustration with the intense quarantine regulations and stiff penalties associated with playing in Toronto.
But, ultimately, Shaw came out a few days later and apologized for his comments, making it very clear that the team was better off in Toronto than they would be in Dunedin, which appeared to be the most realistic fall-back net.
Of course, it’s also important to mention that we still haven’t heard from Canada’s federal government about clearance for the Blue Jays to play at home and about clearance for their American opponents to enter the country. Lisa MacLeod, who was the source on this …
Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation