The Toronto Blue Jays announced this morning that the team will play its first two homestands of the season at TD Ballpark in Dunedin, marking the first time the city will host regular season games.
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This past week, Major League Baseball owners and players agreed to a deal to play a 60-game season in empty ballparks.
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There’s little doubt the Toronto Blue Jays will field an exciting team this year, thanks to plenty of young superstars. But as the team entered the 2020 Grapefruit League home opener against the Braves on Feb. 24, all eyes were on the field itself — or rather, the new ballpark surrounding it.
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Local fans of the Toronto Blue Jays and visitors from Canada have a lot to look forward to this spring. The team will be playing in a stadium and training facility that have been renovated to the tune of $102 million, a project that has the team’s director of Florida operations “extremely excited” about the team’s future here.
It felt like winning the World Series for city officials and the Toronto Blue Jays as they broke ground on an extensive modernization project for Dunedin Stadium and put plans into motion to transform the Vanech Sports Complex into a state-of-the-art baseball training center.