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José Berríos is going to be a Blue Jay for a long time. Word came out on Tuesday that the right-hander had inked a seven-year contract extension with the Blue Jays worth $131 million. It's the biggest contract for a pitcher in Blue Jays history and is the second-largest contract ever handed out by the club, behind only George Springer's deal from l…
 
This is the most important off-season for the Blue Jays in a long time. The team enjoyed a breakout 91-win season in 2021, but it wasn't enough to get them into the playoffs. Two key members of the team, Robbie Ray and Marcus Semien, are free agents and the Blue Jays will need to either bring them back or replace them. On this episode of BJN Radio,…
 
It's finally off-season time! Unfortunately, since the Collective Bargaining Agreement is set to expire in December, this is more than likely going to be a looooooooong winter without any major transactions until later on. We talked about the CBA negotiations, what both sides are looking for, who's more likely to cave, and what it could mean for th…
 
We're back! After a two-week hiatus of pretending that the Major League Baseball post-season isn't happening, we returned to talk about the Blue Jays very, very, very important off-season that's on the horizon. Mark Shapiro did an end-of-season media availability earlier this week and talked about the Collective Bargaining Agreement, the investment…
 
Coom, Tyler, and BK sat down and each came up with our own 'three up, three down' from this year as a way to look back on all of the good, bad, and everything in between from the 2021 Blue Jays season. We talked about the good stuff, like Vladdy's breakout season, the value of Marcus Semien and Robbie Ray's one-year contracts, Alek Manoah becoming …
 
It's all over. The Blue Jays did what they could this weekend, pulling off a sweep of the Baltimore Orioles in front of a wildly enthusiastic crowd. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough, as both the Yankees and Red Sox won their games on Sunday and punched their respective tickets to the American League Wild Card game. Here we are now, left to think abo…
 
That wasn't the storybook finish we were hoping for. The Yankees rolled into Toronto for what was a playoff-like series at The Dome. Capacity was upped to 30,000 and the Blue Jays had a chance to catch the Yankees in the standings and ultimately put themselves in a position to earn a playoff spot. The table was set. Unfortunately, it was the Yankee…
 
This weekend didn't go as planned. The Blue Jays managed a split against the Minnesota Twins while the Yankees rolled into Boston and pulled off a sweep. Toronto is now a game behind Boston for the second wild-card spot while the Yankees are a game up on the Red Sox for the top seed. We talked about the series, going through the downs, such as Lour…
 
We are back with another episode of BJN Radio to recap the Blue Jays tough three-game series at Tropicana Field. Things did not go well. A questionable, if not terrible, strike zone cost them in game one and while they were able to squeak out a win in game two thanks to a gutsy performance from 'The Big Man' Alek Manoah, they couldn't get the win i…
 
Another series, another couple of wins for the Blue Jays! That's the way it's been for the past month-and-a-bit and the hope is that it continues as the Blue Jays head to The House of Horrors. The Blue Jays got the job done this weekend, taking two of three from the lowly Minnesota Twins. Things started off ugly as Hyun Jin Ryu got knocked around o…
 
The good times keep rolling! After sweeping Oakland and New York and then scoring 1000 runs over Baltimore in a four-game set, the Blue Jays returned home to face a big test — the American League-leading Tampa Bay Rays. And it went really well, as the Blue Jays took two of three in the series, including a commanding win on Monday night. I was joine…
 
That was certainly a trip. Things looked really ugly on Friday when the lowly Baltimore Trash Birds ended the Blue Jays' eight-game winning streak despite Robbie Ray being on the mound, but, after that, things got very, very good. The Blue Jays pulled off back-to-back last-second comeback wins in their doubleheader on Saturday, with George Springer…
 
They did it! The Jays swept away the New York Yankees in convincing fashion and they now sit just outside of a Wild Card. It's the first time since 2015 that the Blue Jays have won eight games in a row and really, it feels a lot like 2015 right now. Everything is breaking their way. They're getting clutch starts, huge outings from different relieve…
 
Happy long weekend Blue Jays fans and welcome to a brand new episode of BJN Radio with Tyler and Cam! Today on the pod, the guys broke down the incredible weekend of baseball that we saw from the team as they swept away the Oakland A's in thrilling fashion. They talked about the explosion of offense, the dominating start from Robbie Ray, and the fa…
 
We are back after a short hiatus! The series against the Baltimore "Trash Bird" Orioles was one we've all had marked on our calendars for quite some time as three automatic wins. That didn't happen. Robbie Ray put up an amazing start and Vladdy hit two homers in the opener, but a sixth-inning meltdown from Hyun Jin Ryu and some limp bats resulted i…
 
A 2-2 split against a good team is pretty good, but not exactly great when you're climbing the mountain the Blue Jays are. That was quite a week of ups and downs. Alek Manoah helped the team to a gritty win on Monday, Jose Berrios got shelled immediately after on Tuesday. On Wednesday, Robbie Ray threw one of the better starts we've seen from a Blu…
 
Woooof, that's about as bad as it gets. We had these games against bad teams like the Detroit Tigers circled on the calendar for months as an opportunity for the Blue Jays to finally smack somebody around and hit their stride. That didn't happen this weekend. Despite getting three strong starts — an ace performance from Robbie Ray, a vintage Hyun J…
 
That road trip was not at all what you wanted to see. After flubbing to a 3-4 record through the West Coast part of the their swing, the Blue Jays rolled into Washington for a two-game set against the Nationals, a prime opportunity to end the trip on a positive note. That didn't happen. Alek Manoah got knocked around on Tuesday night and Rafael Dol…
 
Well, things did not go as expected during the Blue Jays trip to Seattle. The vibes were not good and Jays dropped two of the three games. Cam & Tyler broke down what went wrong in the series and managed to pull a few positives from the three games in today’s episode of BJN Radio! The bullpen struggled, but that might be a product of fatigue. As fa…
 
A new episode of BlueJaysNation Radio is here! Cam was busy enjoying a spa day out in the mountains so Tyler brought in Jonah Birenbaum (@birenball) to help break down the Blue Jays four-game series against Shohei Ohtani and the LA Angels. The Jays only managed to split the series and considering the tight playoff race they’re in, that’s a little b…
 
What a weekend! The Blue Jays and Red Sox came into this weekend as two teams going in completely different directions. While the Blue Jays were thriving upon their return to Toronto, the Fraud Sox were finally starting to fall apart. That trend continued this weekend. The Blue Jays smashed the Sox on Friday, the two teams split a doubleheader on S…
 
The good times keep rolling! Fresh off of sweeping the Kansas City Royals over homecoming weekend, the Blue Jays plowed through another limp-dick Central Division team this week, taking three of four from Cleveland. The Blue Jays are now 6-1 in seven games in Toronto this season and are eight games over .500 for the first time since 2016. Tyler fin…
 
The Blue Jays' homecoming couldn't have gone better. After nearly two years away from Toronto, the Blue Jays returned home and treated the fans to an absolute ass-kicking of the Kansas City Royals. Not only had the team been away for a long time, but this weekend's games featured the first playoff atmosphere at the Rogers Centre since the 2016 Amer…
 
All things considered, that was a pretty good week. The Blue Jays rolled into Fenway and took two of four from the first-place team in the American League. They suffered a heartbreaker on Monday, the game was rained out on Tuesday, Robbie Ray guided the team to a win with an ace start on Wednesday, Steven Matz had a tough go in the night cap, and t…
 
What a rollercoaster that was. The Blue Jays, fresh off of an ugly two-game set with the Red Sox badly in need of some wins, rolled into Flushing to face the Mets. They got shut down on Friday, exploded on Saturday, and then lost a heartbreaker on Sunday. One step forward, two steps back. Me and BK discussed the team's new lineup composition, why i…
 
That was ugly! The Blue Jays got smashed on Monday, rained out on Tuesday, and then they lost an incredibly frustrating game on Wednesday against a struggling starter with their ace on the mound. Oof. With Tyler on vacation, me and BK talked about the Red Sox series, why they might not actually be frauds, especially with Chris Sale nearing a return…
 
The Blue Jays and kicking the crap out of the Texas Rangers — name a more iconic duo. We learned on Friday that the Blue Jays are FINALLY coming home on July 30! The team seemed to be charged up by that so they went ahead and pounded the Rangers by a score of 10-2, powered by perhaps Vladdy's biggest homer of the season. The game on Saturday was ra…
 
It might be the All-Star break but The Content never sleeps! We did a special edition of BJN Radio this week, talking about the Toronto Blue Jays beating the National League in the All-Star game thanks to a monster homer from Vladdy, a double from Teoscar Hernandez, and an RBI from Marcus Semien. After that, we welcomed MLB.com jack-of-all-trades b…
 
As usual, times at The Top weren't the best. The Blue Jays' bats went limp on Friday and Saturday but they managed to avoid being swept by the Rays thanks to Robbie Ray throwing a seven-inning one-hitter on Sunday. The team is now heading into the All-Star break with a good-not-great 45-42 record, so there's plenty of work to be done in the second …
 
Two out of three ain't bad. The Blue Jays hosted Those Pesky Rays this weekend in Buffalo and nearly earned a sweep, picking up wins in the first two games but dropping the third on Sunday. Alek Manoah had arguably the best start of any Blue Jay this season on Friday night, Ross Stripling was again excellent on Saturday, and Robbie Ray was great in…
 
That was disappointing! A couple of weeks ago, the Blue Jays embarked on what we all pointed out could be a season-changing stretch against bad opponents. They swept a two-game set with the Marlins and won five of seven against Baltimore, setting up an opportunity to really put together a good result for the stretch in the final series against Seat…
 
The Blue Jays continued their dominance against the Trash Birds, winning three of four games over the weekend. Despite the good result, it was still a bit of a downer given the fact the team threw away yet another winnable game on Friday night. That Blue Jays really should have pulled off a four-game sweep, but that ain't easy to do when you only h…
 
Boy, playing terrible teams sure is fun! Fresh off of winning back-to-back games against the Orioles on Saturday and Sunday, the Blue Jays rolled into Miami for a two-game set with the Marlins and picked up a sweep, ultimately pushing their winning streak to a season-high four games. We talked on the post-series podcast about George Springer's ho-h…
 
Tyler is back from his soul-searching expedition in the woods and the Blue Jays are back in the win column! This weekend with the Trash Birds didn't look very good right off the hop as the Blue Jays got pounded 7-1 on Friday and then appeared to be on their way to another loss on Saturday. But a six-run rally in the ninth inning led by an incredibl…
 
This week on BJN Radio, Cam Lewis was joined by Brendan Kuhn to talk about the ugly three-game set from the Toronto Blue Jays that featured blown leads, some ugly performances, and even a triple-play. Things are not looking good & quite frankly, we're a little pissed off. Where do they go from here? Cam and BK talked about that and more this week o…
 
That was a hell of a weekend-and-a-bit! The Blue Jays rolled into Fenway for a four-game series with the Red Sox, a team we are all desperate to call the Fraud Sox, and ended up with a split. It was kind of a sandwich of a series. The two games in the middle were great, as the Blue Jays kicked the piss out of Boston's pitching and earned a couple o…
 
Yet again the Blue Jays have dropped two games in a three-game series. The team had a nice winning streak going against the Yankees, Cleveland, and Miami, but they got shut down by a pair of contending teams in Houston and Chicago. On this post-White Sox series edition of BJN Radio, we welcomed writer and friend of the website Paul Berthelot on to …
 
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