Click here to listen to: Brock Picken talk about the race to the final wild card positions for the MLB 2013 season.
Brock does a rundown of the remaining teams fighting for postseason births.
I am super-excited and honoured to have TheBlueJaysDugout.com listed amongst so many great blogs in the Top 50 MLB Blogs List for March 2013 (#36 Top Fan Blogs).
Click here to listen to: The Dugout Show #10 – Recap Toronto Blue Jays 2013 Honda Home Opener
Brock Picken highlights the positives and negatives from the Toronto Blue Jays 2013 Honda Home Opener.
Click here to listen to: The Dugout Show #7 – Sportsnet Broadcaster Jamie Campbell talks Blue Jays Baseball
Brock Picken talks with Sportsnet Broadcaster Jamie Campbell from Dunedin Florida, where he is covering the Toronto Blue Jays spring training. They discuss R.A. Dickey and who will be catching him, as well as Emilio Bonifacio’s throwing issues, and Jose Bautista‘s early display of home runs and if the wrist is at all a concern. They also discuss the possible return of Dustin McGowan to pitch out of the bullpen, whether or not to expect to see Adam Loewen get any playing time, and what could become of Adam Lind if he doesn’t have as good a season as he is having this spring. Finally, they discuss the manner in which John Farrell left for Boston, and what Farrell should expect upon his return to Toronto for the Blue Jays vs Red Sox series starting April 5, 2013.
Click Here to Listen To: The Dugout Show #5 – Al Coombs on The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame
Brock Picken & Al Coombs from 1290 CJBK London Talk Radio talk Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, American League East expectations for 2013, no-hitters that weren’t, and wild Toronto Blue Jays predictions.
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Click Here to Listen to: The Dugout Show #4 – Jays Pitching Greats & Closer Duel
Host of the Dugout Brock Picken, & Guest Scott Mullen talk Toronto Blue Jays baseball. Jack Morris joins Sportsnet as a broadcaster. Paul Quantrill named as a Jays consultant. Pat Hentgen returns as the Bullpen manager. And the Jays have yet to determine who their official closer will be: Casey Janssen or Sergio Santos?