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Getting an update on Fisher Cats not names Vlad Jr.
June 19 2018
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Ben Wagner, Mike Wilner, and Scott MacArthur describe the action and excitement for this great summer pastime. For more team analysis, read Wilner's blog

Due to MLB broadcast restrictions we are not permitted to stream regular season games online.

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Kevin Pillar misses baseball, but enjoys the preview of retirement life
April 06 2020
The new Red Sox outfielder talks about using the time without MLB action to build things & enjoy more time with his family, when he found out that there would be a work stoppage, making the decision to spend the hiatus in Arizona, joining Boston, how much he spoke with Giants teammate Sam Dyson about the 2015 ALDS, his reaction to the trades that brought Troy Tulowitzki & David Price to Toronto, and his KP1 app/workout.
Stephen Brunt on the 1993 Blue Jays, and what to take from Donald Trump's conference call
April 06 2020
The Writers Bloc co-host and host of Open Invitation breaks down his chat with Cito Gaston on the Blue Jays' 1993 World Series win, Rickey Henderson's contributions to the'93 team, Donald Trump's conference call with the major sports leagues commissioners, and whether he can see sports coming back sooner rather than later.
Bo Bichette confident his Blue Jays good enough to fight for a postseason spot
April 06 2020
The Blue Jays infielder discusses life in the period of social distancing, when the team first realized that a delay to the start of the MLB season was likely, having his dad Dante as a guest instructor at spring training, who he looks to for advice, if he's concerned about a sophomore slump, training without his squad, how close the Jays are to being a playoff contender, and how he would approach batting against Nate Pearson.
Cavan Biggio: Players open to anything that will get us back on the field
April 03 2020
The Blue Jays second baseman touches on hitting for the cycle against the Orioles last September, his mom making it to Camden Yards that day, his fitness routine during social distancing, how much he kept in touch with his teammates & the front office, the experience his father Craig has when it comes to work stoppages, and the possibility of playing games without fans in attendance.

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