In that scenario, the Blue Jays postponed an April 12 game at the ballpark (then known as the SkyDome) after a mechanical test resulted in damage to panels on the retractable roof.
Due to scheduling and weather, the Blue Jays have played just one game in the last four days, which was an 8-4 win at Cleveland. Those issues have led to plenty of people wondering why more baseball games don't get played in domes early in the season.
Kansas City starter Danny Duffy allowed two hits in six scoreless innings, striking out eight in his longest outing of the season, before Toronto rallied off Kansas City's bullpen. The first pitch is scheduled for 3:07 p.m. ET and Fox Sports Kansas City will be televising this AL matchup.
"We imagined that we had a 9-metre diameter hole through a critical part of the roof", he said.
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Biagini was demoted to Triple-A when the big club headed north from Dunedin in order for him to remain stretched out in the event of an injury to the Jays starting five or a hole in the stadium roof.
Various photos on Twitter have shown the hole and tarps in the outfield as water was leaking through the opening. "We knew [that] should there have been a game going on at the time, that that would have been a risk to players and the fans".
Falling ice was wreaking havoc on everything in a five-block radius of the 1,815-foot high CN Tower.
Falling chunks of ice have reportedly smashed windows on neighbouring buildings, damaged the roof of Rogers Centre and smashed vehicles parked in the area. Reliever Blaine Boyer reportedly grabbed the wheel to help the driver bring the bus to a stop after being sprayed with flying glass. Water was leaking into the seating area at nearby Air Canada Centre about an hour before Monday's National Hockey League playoff game between the Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins. Saturday's National Basketball Association playoff game at the same arena between the Raptors and Washington Wizards was delayed by a leak along the baseline.
By late Monday afternoon, provincial power utility Hydro One said crews had restored power to more than 300,000 customers across much of the province.