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Here’s what Blue Jays fans need to know before returning to the Rogers Centre

Here’s what Blue Jays fans need to know before returning to the Rogers Centre
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On Friday night, the Rogers Centre will be a hive of baseball activity for the first time in nearly two years.

Much has changed since then. For starters, star outfielder George Springer and ace left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu are among 14 players of the 25-man roster who have never suited up for the Jays at the Rogers Centre.

The fan experience will also be different, with local health and safety protocols still in place:

Tickets for Friday’s game are sold out at Ticketmaster. At online resellers such as StubHub and Vivid Seats, prices ranged from $104 to a whopping $7,833 as of Thursday afternoon. There were still seats available on Ticketmaster for the other 10 games of the homestand, starting at $52.
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