Blue Jays postpone game because ice broke the Skydome

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"It sounded like fireworks or some sort of explosion going off".

The evening game between the Blue Jays and Kansas City Royals was postponed about 90 minutes before the scheduled first pitch at 7:07 p.m. ET.

The Blue Jays aren't the only team not playing in the area.

"We saw it happen", Miller said.

The repairs to the Rogers Centre roof began right away as crews hastily went to work on fixing the panels.

Most of the outfield was cordoned off, and tarpaulins and buckets on both the infield and outfield were being used to catch leaks and drips. "It's mostly location", manager Ned Yost said. Tarps were placed in right field as well as near shortstop and the shallow infield. We took as much time as we could to assess the information ... the weather.

Toronto police said experts have completed an assessment of the tower and no longer feel there is a safety concern.

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The Jays and Royals will play a double-header Tuesday at Rogers Centre.

It was supposed so start last season in Grande Prairie, but due to a venue change, the St. Joe's Celtic Rugby Sevens Tournament was postponed until this weekend. You can also wager on the game's runline with the odds standing at Royals +1.5 runs (-125) and Blue Jays +-1.5 runs (+105). Meanwhile, fans with tickets to Tuesday's game lucked out; they'll get two games for the price of one. He's been on three teams in the past two seasons, is seemingly always hurt or injured, and is no longer worthy of starting an National Basketball Association game.

Kansas City was also the opponent for the only previous cancellation at Rogers Centre.

Police are warning Ontario drivers to clear snow and ice from their vehicles after frozen chunks smashed the windshields of several vehicles - including a bus carrying the visiting Kansas City Royals. Reliever Blaine Boyer reportedly grabbed the wheel to help the driver bring the bus to a stop after being sprayed with flying glass.

The weather has been a major problem for the Royals in recent days. The offense has been frightful and it was expected to be down this year after they lost both Lorenzo Cain and Eric Hosmer, but what wasn't expected was losing Salvador Perez before the season started and losing Alex Gordon last week.

On Monday evening, water leaked into the seating area shortly before an National Hockey League playoff game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins.