Mike Wilner
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Mike Wilner is in his 15th season as a member of the Blue Jays' broadcast crew and serves as the host of the Blue Jays post-game show, which is aired after each game during the season.
Blue Jays FAQ: What slow-start concerns are legitimate?
Mike Wilner
The truth is that two of the Blue Jays’ losses came in extra innings, one more ended with the tying run at second base and yet another with the tying run on deck. In only one of the six games were the Jays not in it right until the end, which, as well all know, just makes the loss feel that much worse.
Blue Jays Spring Takeaways: Justin Smoak getting swing in gear
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Blue Jays spring training takeaways: Injured players coming around
Mike Wilner
A week out from Opening Day, once-injured Blue Jays are coming around to provide a difference late in spring training.
Wilner's 25: Bo Schultz on DL, Ryan Goins a trade candidate
Mike Wilner
Every week until opening day, Sportsnet’s Mike Wilner will take his best guess as to what the Toronto Blue Jays 25-man roster will look like when the season opens April 3rd. Here’s the fifth of five (or not) weekly thoughts on who Mike thinks will be heading north.
Blue Jays spring takeaways: Lineup takes shape for opening day
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The good, the bad and the weird from Blue Jays spring training
Mike Wilner
It seems like only yesterday that the Blue Jays took the field for their first Grapefruit League game. Mike Wilner takes a look at all that's transpired since Feb. 25.
Blue Jays spring takeaways: Estrada looks ready for opening day
Mike Wilner
Should the Blue Jays tab Marco Estrada to be the team's starter on opening day, the 33-year-old looks ready. Here are some takeaways from Toronto's second walk-off win of the spring.
Wilner's 25: Will Ezequiel Carrera start the season on the DL?
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Blue Jays spring takeaways: Inexperienced kids rally vs. Pirates
Mike Wilner
In a battle of attrition that saw the Blue Jays lead 1-0, trail 4-1, lead 6-4, trail 8-7 and lead 11-8 before the Pirates scored three times in the bottom of the ninth, the Jays played to their second tie of the spring. Here are some takeaways form the game.