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Jeff Blair and Kevin Barker break down the Blue Jays' 2-0 loss to the Yankees at Rogers Centre. They take your calls, and get right to Jordan Romano giving up two runs in three pitches in the top of the ninth inning - what's with his bizarre record i... more
To kick off the show, Blake Murphy opens the show with a recap of last night’s Major League Baseball action, sans the idle Blue Jays. Following this, he is joined by Buffalo Bisons Manager, Casey Candaele to get his measure on the team’s 2023 season,... more
Blake Murphy kicks off Monday's episode recapping the team's successful weekend at Tropicana Field. He is then joined by Keegan Matheson, a writer for BlueJays.com, to dissect how the team might have finally overcome “The Trop Curse", before evaluati... more
Sorry but everyone else just is collecting pay checks and toeing the company line.
Hypothetically, what would happen if all the Sportsnet on-air broadcasters, analysts, reporters and general personnel, were not allowed to use the word "guys" for every group of people they talk about? What if they were required to use words like, the players, the pitchers, the management, the people, the infielders, etc, etc, more
On Blue Jays Talk+, when ever we come back from a break, the host and/or guest is ALWAYS commenting on or discussing the choice of music used for coming back, but that music isn’t played on the podcast. Makes it pretty irrelevant discussion on a podcast. Maybe consider dropping?
Team does a really good job recapping games and taking calls from fans.
As the title says it is great when Blair & Barker are off, but I don’t listen when they are on. I don’t want to be rude, they are just not for me, but it would be amazing if they just got their own show and left this one alone! Oh wait… more
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Blue Jays Talk launched 12 years ago and published 518 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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