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BFMD Episode 160 – The Offseason Begins Bat Flips and Maple Dips – A Blue Jays Podcast

Justin and Patrick return after a few weeks off to begin the Blue Jays offseason.  After a (very) brief postseason recap and World Series prediction the guys jump right into it.  Mark Shapiro's end of season press conference revealed plans to increase payroll, openness to trade prospects, and the desire to make improvements to the Rogers Centre. His pup, Cleoh, was the real star as she appeared briefly on camera during the call. Good girl.  The guys talk free agent pitching. Justin wants to give Max Scherzer whatever he wants for two years, while Patrick is looking at bringing back Robbie Ray on a big payday.  The CBA negotiations will ramp up after the World Series and could delay the offseason as it is set to expire on December 1st. Could there be a lockout? 
  1. BFMD Episode 160 – The Offseason Begins
  2. BFMD Episode 159 – End of the Road
  3. BFMD Episode 158 – Every Game is Must Win
  4. BFMD Episode 157 – Berrios Baffles Twins
  5. BFMD Episode 156 – Manoah & Jano Spotlight, Playoff Projections

After losing 4 of 5 to the Nationals and Tigers the Toronto Blue Jays find themselves 4.5 games back of the second Wild Card spot in the American League. 

Things won’t be getting any easier as the Chicago White Sox come to town for 4 games this week. 

Justin and Patrick break down where it’s all going wrong for the Jays and talk about why it isn’t time to lose hope. 

There are 40 games left and those games include series against Oakland, New York and a bunch of teams with poor records. Assuming that the bats wake up this is still a dangerous baseball team! 

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