Over the weekend, the Toronto Blue Jays were denied the ability to play their home games in Canada. With Canada's rules regarding quarantine amidst the coronavirus pandemic, logistically it would be nearly impossible to play in their home country. The team is reportedly looking to a few different places in the United States to relocate their "home field" for the 2020 MLB season, SI senior writer Tom Verducci shares the latest on the Blue Jays search for a home field in the states.
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