Blue Jays returning to Toronto after getting special permission from government

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The Toronto Blue Jays will train for the upcoming season at Rogers Centre, the team announced Thursday.

The Blue Jays, the lone MLB team north of the Canada-U.S. border, had to ask for special permission from the Canadian government to use their Toronto stadium during the COVID-19 pandemic.Our Summer Training Camp will be held at Rogers Centre!.

The Blue Jays, the lone MLB team north of the Canada-U.S. border, had to ask for special permission from the Canadian government to use their Toronto stadium during the COVID-19 pandemic.Our Summer Training Camp will be held at Rogers Centre!

 

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Stop! Stay in Florida!

Trudeau breaking rules again for the elite. Come on Doug fordnation stop this. this is your province.

So do you think these players show up dressed? No, someone has to clean their locker rooms. So much for being in this together. I guess more important we have sports and the players get paid. sad

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