Royals-Blue Jays postponed because of hole in Rogers Centre roof

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Game time is scheduled for 6:07 p.m. central time. It's the first cancellation at Rogers Centre since a game against the Royals was called off following a collision between two panels of the stadium's moving roof on April 12, 2001.

Police say they blocked off the area directly under the CN Tower and the stadium. The entrance to the CN Tower and Rogers Centre closed.

The Blue Jays tweeted that they are investigating whether to postpone Monday's game.

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It's one thing to have the Royals' home game against the Angels postponed because of the cold, but you'd think that their game played in a dome would go off without a hitch, right?

The Toronto Blue Jays-Kansas City Royals game was postponed Monday after inclement weather caused damage to the roof at Rogers Centre.

The Jays' account sent out a few tweets over the course of the weekend, taking mild jabs at the situation in Cleveland in the belief that postponements couldn't happen in Toronto, where the weekend weather - a mess of snow and freezing rain - was much worse.

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"Fortunately there's been no injuries reported", said Toronto Police Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook.

Toronto has been in the grip of an ice storm since the start of the weekend, causing power outages and scrambling travel plans, including for thousands of commuters Monday.

The stadium, which is located near the base of the 1,815-foot CN Tower, was damaged by falling ice.

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