OK, this is getting out of hand.
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 under a dome would go off without a hitch, right?
The Royals are in Toronto to start a three-game series Monday against the Blue Jays. However, ice and snow has gripped Toronto, and the Rogers Centre apparently suffered damage. You can see what it looks like in the video above from Josh McConnell, which was posted on Twitter.
The Blue Jays tweeted that they are investigating whether to postpone Monday's game. Ice from the CN Tower apparently hit the roof of the Rogers Centre and caused damage.
Earlier on Monday, the Blue Jays smugly tweeted: "Weather update: Due to our stadium having a roof, today's game will be ... Played as expected."
That no doubt was a dig at the number of postponements in the early part of the Major League Baseball season. Realizing that the game is in jeopardy, the Blue Jays deleted the tweet. But Twitter user Joe Davis got a screenshot of it:
Perhaps this potential postponement is karma, because the Blue Jays have done a lot of bragging about having a roof, particularly after having games postponed in Cleveland.
Whoops. Better check that guarantee.