Jays continue to search for home field as modified season gets underway
The Toronto Blue Jays are still trying to find a new roost as the modified 2020 MLB season kicks off.
Health officials in Pennsylvania won't allow the team to play out of Pittsburgh's PNC Park as the number of COVID-19 cases in southerwestern Pennsylvania increases.
If the Jays can't secure a major league park to play in, General Manager Ross Atkins say they will likely play home games out of Buffalo, where their AAA affiliate is.
The season gets underway today with the New York Yankees taking on the Nationals at 7 p.m. and the San Franciso Giants facing the LA Dodgers at 10 p.m.
The Jays will be in action against the Tampa Bay Rays tomorrow.
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