The Blue Jays are playing the Phillies tonight. It's Roy Halladay against his former club. It's a home game for the Jays, so Doc will also be facing the Toronto crowd, it will be interesting to see how--wait, what? They aren't playing in Toronto? That's right, the Jays are playing a home game...in Philadelphia. Why, you ask? Well, it's because of the G20 summit! So get ready for DH in a National League park! It's going to be funny if there is a walk off for the Jays. I wonder how the "home crowd" will handle that.
Here's what I want to know...why was this game even scheduled at home? I'm pretty sure that they knew the G20 summit was going to be in Toronto. Did they not think it was going to be absolutely crazy? Also, funny note: the Phillies were actually known as the Blue Jays for a short period in the late 40s (1948, I believe).