The entrance to the CN Tower and Rogers Centre closed.
The CN Tower was closed several hours before the game was postponed, as what the Toronto Star described as "watermelon-sized chunks of ice" fell just outside the nearby Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The ice created a hole, and the hole enabled snow to fall in onto the playing surface.
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A weekend ice storm resulted in power outages, canceled flights and auto crashes.
The Blue Jays had a game postponed on April 12, 2001 when a mechanical test caused damage to one of the roof panels. More than 120,000 customers across much of Ontario remained without power.
This would be the third game cancellation in a row for the Blue Jays, who had games Saturday and Sunday against the Cleveland Indians cancelled at Progressive Field due to heavy rain. Monday's games between the Orioles-Red Sox and Cardinals-Cubs were also postponed, bringing MLB's season total to 24 so far.