The Toronto Blue Jays are on the road trying to secure a place for them to play in the 2020 MLB season. After the Canadian government didn’t give them the permit to play at Rogers Centre, and the deal with Pennsylvania fell off, they are looking for a possible option into sharing the Camden Yards with the Orioles. While MLB has proposed to iron out any logistical issues, the main question stands if the local government would allow it or not.
The Governor of Maryland where the Orioles are based mentioned that there is a chance that the Blue Jays could be accommodated along with Orioles. But the chance is heavily dependant on the spikes in cases, and if the cases go too much for the local health care to control, they might not be able to allow them space.
The Blue Jays would start off their campaign against the Tampa Bay Rays, following which they have scheduled 4 games against the Washington Nationals. Here, they would be playing a couple of games as the home team, and two as the visiting team. According to the new rules put forward by MLB, teams wouldn’t really have to veer out of their geographical boundaries to play games, as it would contain the pandemic.