Royals postponed in Toronto because of hole in roof

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The damage forced the Blue Jays to postpone their scheduled game with the Kansas City Royals.

The team's will play a traditional doubleheader Tuesday starting at 2:07 p.m.

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The CN Tower has been closed due to the extreme weather following reports of chunks of ice falling off the tower, endangering buildings and passengers below. The entrance to the CN Tower and the Rogers Centre are closed.

Earlier Monday, the Blue Jays said they were working with the CN Tower and Toronto police to assess whether a game could be played safely.

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The Toronto Blue Jays Roger Centre is now trying to deal with snow coming into the stadium as a piece of ice from the nearby CN Tower fell onto the roof.

Mother Nature aside, this is actually the 2nd time Toronto has had to postpone a game at the Rogers Centre due to weather, which coincidently, was also against Kansas City. Authorities say no injuries have been reported.

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A three-day ice storm has caused havoc in Toronto, forcing school closures, leaving thousands without power and creating traffic gridlock. Six games in all were postponed Sunday, and at least three more Monday, bringing the total number for Major League Baseball games this season to 24, the highest amount since 2007 (per the AP), when there were 27 postponements through the end of April.

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