Safe at home? Blue Jays end nomadic journey in Buffalo


Safe at home? Blue Jays end nomadic journey in Buffalo

Major League Baseball is coming back to Buffalo after more than a century. The Toronto Blue Jays will host the Miami Marlins beginning Tuesday night for a two-game series that will end Toronto’s nomadic start to the 2020 season. The Blue Jays have spent the first two-plus weeks on the road after Canada denied the team’s request to host games at Rogers Centre amid the coronavirus pandemic. Shalen Field, home to the Blue Jays’ Triple-A affiliate, will serve as Toronto’s temporary digs through the end of September. The stadium underwent several upgrades to make it MLB-ready, including having new light bulbs installed and an overhaul to the infield.

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Safe at home? Blue Jays end nomadic journey in Buffalo

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