Ex-Yankees pitcher takes amusing shot at Blue Jays stadium
Former MLB pitcher Phil Hughes took a funny chance at the Rogers Centre in Toronto on Twitter Saturday.
The Canadian federal government ruled that they will not permit heaven Jays to run out of Toronto for the MLB season. The Jays are considering playing at one of two of their minors centers in the U.S. -in Buffalo, N.Y. or Dunedin, Fla
. The city of Buffalo is attempting to get the Jays to play there. Buffalo has a large Triple-A stadium in Sahlen Field, with a capacity of 16,600. Stadium lighting would need to be upgraded to MLB quality, and on-site replay capability would likewise be needed, which is to what Hughes was referring.
Hughes, 34, pitched 7 seasons for the Yankees, five for the Twins, and finished his profession in 2018 with the Padres. He was an All-Star in 2010 and has been breaking jokes on Twitter ever since.