BALTIMORE — The Nationals rolled into Camden Yards around 3 p.m. Monday for their first journey from home since baseball resumed more than two weeks ago.

Road adventures are among the grandest questions of the fingers-crossed 2020 Major League Baseball season. Will everyone follow the rules? Can everyone be isolated properly? Can all the variables be under control?

Those questions became too much of a concern for the Canadian government. Saturday, Marco Mendicino, Canada’s immigration minister, announced that the government had turned down the Blue Jays’ request to play at Rogers Centre. Their first opponent? The Nationals on July 29. Now the question is what to do with no home facility available to the Blue Jays.

Two ideas appear to be percolating: the first is

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