In the Rogers Centre was supposed to be game of the baseball team Toronto Blue Jays, but the match was moved to Tuesday.
Inclement weather caused damage to the roof of the stadium, forcing Monday night's game to be postponed. The Blue Jays (10-5) played for the first time since Friday after having three straight games postponed for the first time in franchise history.
First pitch flies at 3:07 pm ET (12:07 pm PT) and the second game will start shortly after the conclusion of the first one.
"We saw it happen, it was pretty frightening at the time", said Miller, the team's executive vice-president of business operations.
The Toronto Blue Jays bragged about their domed stadium after a slew of rain-outs, only to have stadium troubles of their own force a cancellation. While without Josh Donaldson right now, I still like the Jays to come through.
However, if ice is already busting holes in the roof of the Rogers Centre, what are they going to do when Vlad Guerrero Jr. gets called up? After all, Rogers Centre has a retractable dome that comes in handy on days like Monday - when it's cold and raining and feels nothing like mid-April.
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The hole led to the tarp being brought out there in right field.
"We didn't want to put players at risk, we didn't want to put fans or employees at risk", Miller said. It was a metaphor for everything that could and did go wrong for the Blue Jays during their nightmare 2012 season.
The stadium, which is located near the base of the 1,815-foot CN Tower, was damaged by falling ice.
A flying chunk of ice broke the windshield of a team bus on the way to the hotel.
Toronto, along with much of southern and central Ontario, is recovering from an ice storm that resulted in power outages, cancelled flights and road collisions over the weekend.
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.