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Blue Jays unveil plans for Rogers Centre renovation.

The Toronto Blue Jays announced changes to their seating structure and 100-level bowls as part of a multi-year baseball stadium renovation project.

The Toronto Blue Jays stated that the new seating arrangement is intended to enhance the fan experience and bring people "even closer to the action.


The seats themselves are expected to be more comfortable, with the promise of increased legroom, wider seating between the benches, adjustable armrests, and slats to provide better airflow.


The Blue Jays mentioned that the seats are oriented towards the field, offering fewer obstructions.


"By completely rebuilding the 100-level seating area, we are introducing an authentic baseball stadium viewing experience, with sightlines specifically designed for the fans," said Blue Jays President Mark Shapiro in a press release announcing the changes.


To accommodate the redesign, the foul territory will be reduced by approximately 3,000 square feet "between the middle of the infield (just after the bases) and before the warning track on both sides of the diamond," according to the team.


The 100-level changes are part of a series of planned renovations for the Rogers Centre in the upcoming years.


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