If you can't stay at home, why not take your home with you? That's what happening with the Toronto Blue Jays in Buffalo, it seems.
The city's baseball team have taken up residence at Sahlen Field in the New York city near the border between Canada and the U.S. The Jays cannot play at Rogers Centre this season after the federal government said no.
Instead, they will host their home games in Buffalo, where their minor-league affiliate team the Buffalo Bisons usually play. And they're following in the Raptors footsteps by making themselves a home away from home.
Photos posted by the Jays' Instagram show the transformation the stadium has undergone, complete with Jays' signs and paint on the walls and basically a whole load of blue in the stands themselves.
The players should feel right at home, which is lucky, considering they reportedly face potential jail time for leaving the team's bubble this summer.
The Jays, who have played 13 games already this season, have their "home opener" on Tuesday night against the Miami Marlins.