The Blue Jays' series opener Monday against the Royals in Toronto could be in jeopardy due to ice falling on Rogers Centre from CN Tower.
The club was working to repair the damage to the stadium's roof, which was caused by falling ice from the tower, which sits next to the stadium. According to a statement from the team's Twitter account, the Blue Jays are "working with the CN Tower and Toronto Police to assess the situation" and will provide updates on the status of Monday's game.
We are currently working to repair damage to the Rogers Centre roof caused by falling ice from @CNTower. We continue to work with @CNTower & @TorontoPolice to assess the situation, & will provide updates about tonight’s game shortly. Gates 1-6 remain closed until further notice.
— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) 16 de abril de 2018
The piece of falling ice opened a big hole in the roof of the Roger Centre.
Here are some pictures of the damage:
First pitch for the game is scheduled for 7:07 p.m. ET. As noted in the team's statement, Rogers Centre's Gates 1-6 are currently closed until further notice.
The Blue Jays' games have already been postponed twice in a row -- their scheduled games against the Indians in Cleveland on Saturday and Sunday were both rained out.