BFMD Episode 208 – Manoah Sits Down Orioles


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After a 6-1 start to the road trip, Justin and Patrick break down the MLB standings and what it means for the Blue Jays. 

The guys discuss Texas, Bo Bichette, Lourdes Gurriel Jr. and the schedule ahead. 

BFMD Episode 207 – Zimmer, Bo, Crucial Games


Justin and Patrick return to discuss what was an eventful week and month for the Blue Jays. 

The team swept the Red Sox, got swept by the Angels, and took two of three against the Cubs. They still hold a playoff spot but it isn’t comfortable. 

Bradley Zimmer is back and the guys try (not really) to find the reason why that is. 

It’s going to be a difficult schedule for the team in September! 

BFMD Episode 206 – Berrios & Gausman Dominate Yankees


Winners of 3 out of 4 games in the Bronx, the Blue Jays now head to Boston for 3 games at Fenway.

Justin and Patrick break down what went right for the Jays against the Yankees including great starting pitching, some timely hitting, and a couple of temper tantrums for Gerrit Cole.

Pujols is 8 HR away from 700. Can he get there? Ohtani or Judge for AL MVP. Updates on Orelvis and Moreno.

We’ll be off for a bit due to some travelling. Enjoy meaningful baseball!

BFMD Episode 205 – State of the Blue Jays Union


The Blue Jays bats woke up for one inning and they were able to salvage a win against Baltimore. 

Ross Stripling returned from the IL and was dominant. 

Should we be worried about Manoah’s innings count?

Kikuchi is in the bullpen. Is he a lost cause or can he be re-invented? 

BFMD Episode 204 – Prospect Highlights & Jays Slumping


Justin and Patrick are BACK with an update on some of their favourite prospects in the Blue Jays system. 

The guys discuss the disappointing weekend against Cleveland, preview another Baltimore series, and debate whether or not the Jays can go with 3 catchers again next season assuming Moreno is ready. 

Thanks for listening!

BFMD Episode 203 – Is Kikuchi Done as a Starter?


Justin and Patrick are back after a week off to discuss all things Blue Jays. 

The guys talk about what should be done with the rotation when Stripling returns, the Teoscar resurgence, and provide and in depth look at the standings. 

With the Guardians coming to town, the guys dissect the potential pitching matchups and let you know which players will be key for both teams. 

Thanks for listening! 

BFMD Episode 202 – Deadline Boosts Bullpen & Bench


The Toronto Blue Jays acquired Antony Bass, Zach Pop, Mitch White, and Whit Merrifield on what turned out to be a busy trade deadline. 

Juan Soto was dealt to the Padres for a bucket of prospects, Eric Hosmer caused chaos, and Montas ended up with the Yankees. 

Justin & Patrick break down the trades, recap the series in Tampa, and preview the upcoming games against the Twins. 

Rest in peace Vin Scully. You will be missed. 

BFMD Episode 201 – Chapman Hits Dingers & Cold Stove


Justin & Patrick are back to recap the Blue Jays series win against the Tigers and to discuss all of the trades that haven’t been made.

The guys dive into the latest Jays trade rumours for Montas and Quintana, discuss the stellar weekend from Matt Chapman, and preview the two games coming up in Tampa. 

We’ll be back Wednesday evening to recap the trade deadline and Rays series before the Jays head the Minnesota. 

BFMD Episode 200 – Shift Hurting Gausman & Stupid Trades


It’s episode 200 of BFMD!

Justin and Patrick provide updates on the planned renovations at Rogers Centre, whether to qualify Ross Stripling, recap the Cardinals series, and preview the Tigers. 

Patrick proposes a couple of trades and Justin dives deep in Kevin Gausman & the shift. 

Thanks for sticking with us over the past 4+ years! 

BFMD Episode 199 – Beat Down in Boston


What a weekend in Boston! 

Justin and Patrick discuss the record setting weekend for the Blue Jays that included a 28 run scoring performance and a sweep at Fenway. 

The guys recap the Hall of Fame inductees and preview the two game series with the St. Louis Cardinals who will be missing their two best players due to their vaccination choices. 

Tune in to hear what we expect to see against the Cards and our thoughts on promoting bullpen options from within vs trading for them.