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Heading for home: Rogers Centre renovations almost ready for season opener

Heading for home: Rogers Centre renovations almost ready for season opener
SCREENSHOT — The home stretch of the Rogers Centre renovations are happening now in advance of the Blue Jays home opener on April 8.

TORONTO — With less than a month to go before the Toronto Blue Jays’ home opener on April 8, fans got a sneak peak of the second phase of the $300-million multi-year renovations at the Rogers Centre.

Recently, the Toronto Blue Jays posted a video on YouTube entitled Getting ready for Blue Jays baseball after more Rogers Centre renovations!

The caption reads: “The turf is going in and Rogers Centre is starting to look like a ballpark! We can’t wait to see you when we start our home schedule.”

The first phase of the project achieved substantial completion on March 31, 2023 and opened to fans on April 11 for the season’s home opener.

PCL Construction returned as the club’s construction partner for the second phase of the project. In November 2023, Rogers Stadium Limited Partnership awarded the second phase of the project to PCL Constructors Canada Inc. (Toronto).

The renovation project aims to transform the 34-year-old multi-purpose stadium into a ballpark “through a series of projects focused on modernizing the fan experience and building world-class player facilities for Canada’s baseball team.” 

The second phase of the renovation features a reimagined 100 level seating bowl and structure (from foul pole to foul pole) designed specifically for baseball viewing, with an all-new, Blue Jays clubhouse in addition to three new premium clubs and seating sections. The 100 level seating bowl features:

  • Modern-shaped seats with slats on the back that provide more airflow, wider seats between the dugouts, cupholders throughout, adaptable raisable armrest options and handrails in every aisle.
  • Greater variety of seating options including different vantage points from new sections, accessible field level seats plus premium seating experiences.
  • It has been designed specifically for baseball viewing with seats oriented towards the infield, improved sightlines with less obstruction and new seats closer to the action as a result of the remodeled bowl structure.

The three new premium clubs include the Batting Tunnel Club located behind home plate on the third base side; Home Plate Club located directly behind home plate; and The Lounge located behind home plate on the first base side.

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