CN Tower, Toronto zoo reopen as temperatures rise

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After Monday's game was cancelled due to a chunk of ice punching a hole in the Rogers Centre roof, Boyer says he saw ice fall from a tall building and hit a cab.

The Royals will play a doubleheader against the Jays on Tuesday night and they will go into it looking to break a five-game slide.

The Blue Jays announced earlier on Monday that they were working with officials from the CN Tower and Toronto Police to assess the conditions around the stadium and the viability of playing the game.

The weather has wreaked havoc on the Major League Baseball season with an absurd number of games postponed including six games on Sunday alone. And it may mark yet another weather-related hurdle for the Jays, who had games in Cleveland rained out both Saturday and Sunday.

The Toronto Blue Jays attempted to make a similar joke, only to have it fail spectacularly and backfire. Thanks to the stadium's retractable roof, the Blue Jays can play under all conditions.

"It's hard to describe, it was really loud", Miller said.

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Police had blocked off the area directly under the CN Tower and the Rogers Centre due to the "relatively large" blocks of ice tumbling down onto the streets and sidewalks below. Toronto won both contests on July 17, 1989 against the Angels and took two from the Cleveland Indians on October 5, 2001.

Third baseman Mike Moustakas and first baseman Lucas Duda have led Kansas City's hitters. We apologize to our fans for this inconvenience. While without Josh Donaldson right now, I still like the Jays to come through.

The Blue Jays mustered seven hits and three free passes with Aledmys Diaz going 2-4 with a homer, three RBI's and two runs while Teoscar Hernandez was 2-5 with a pair of RBI's.

It even managed to close down the CN tower down because ice was falling off it. While the team was en route to its Toronto hotel, a flying chunk of ice broke the windshield of a team bus, showering the driver in glass.

Workers examine a hole in top of the Rogers Centre on Monday. … Toronto begins a four-game series in NY against the Yankees on Thursday.

Just over 2,000 Hydro Ottawa customers remained in the dark - down from about 75,000 - and Toronto Hydro was reporting a few hundred outages by Tuesday morning.

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