The Toronto Blue Jays will enter into the campaign 2020 by visiting the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field on July 24.
This is what was stated on Monday the daily newspaper the Tampa Bay Times, adding, however, that the calendar is not yet officially determined, and that some changes could be made. On the other hand, it would seem that the canadian team will head to Florida to resume his activities.
According to the newspaper Toronto Sun, the Jays prepare to return to the Queen City to hold a training camp. The players are currently in Dunedin.
Back to Toronto?
In his press briefing Monday, the Ontario premier, Doug Ford has also said that members of the Jays had obtained the green light from his administration to return to the country.
Always according to the daily toronto, the team’s circuit, Manfred would always get a letter of support from the federal government and would like to move on Wednesday in the direction of Canada.
If all goes as planned, the Blue Jays could begin their training camp next Friday at the Rogers Centre.
The team of the Queen City unveiled its training of 58 players, Sunday. It is composed of 33 starters, 12 players pre-field, eight rifles and five recipients.
Major league baseball expects to record a season of 60 games per team. The campaign is expected to begin on the 23rd or the 24th of July.