Whatever the giant domed ballpark-slash-events center is now called, this place seems to host more events than any in Toronto, from 81 Blue Jays games a year to concerts, Canadian football and more.
When the roof retracts, you feel as if you're in a space station - you see the thing move but don't hear it. On the field, there are times players will notice it only because they suddenly see shadows as the sun is allowed in.
Yes, the hotel is still in center field, and if you take a room with a view of the ballpark you have to sign a pledge not to, um, indulge in any rude, crude or thoroughly disgusting behavior.
Over the years, that hasn't always stopped folks, who seem to forgot and/or enjoy the fact that while the room has a view, it goes both ways - and people in the stands can peer right in on you.
When a couple broke the rules a few years ago, a Toronto writer wrote that it was obviously a matter of a woman pitching in 'short relief.'
Anyway, the Mariners will be here for three games and miss one of the more intriguing coming events - The Wiggly Circus, featuring the Wiggles.