BFMD Episode 215 – Season Over, Springer Hurt, Atkins & Schneider


After letting the dust settle on the Blue Jays season Justin and Patrick are back to break down the questionable decisions and unfortunate injuries that played a part in the losses to Seattle. 

The guys discuss John Schneider’s future, Ross Atkins’ media session, what the top priorities are, and what to expect this winter. 

BFMD Episode 214 – 2022 Wild Card Preview


It’s time for postseason baseball! 

Justin & Patrick go over the bracket and make their wild card round predictions. 

The guys dive deep into the starting pitching matchups between the Blue Jays and Mariners, and key in on a few crucial players for each time offensively. 

Should be a fun ride this weekend! 

BFMD Episode 213 – Bats Beat Up Boston


The Toronto Blue Jays ended their regular season home schedule with a sweep of the Boston Red Sox. Justin and Patrick break down the highlights, provide updates on the standings, and updates on Espinal and Gurriel Jr. 

The guys tee up the Baltimore series and look forward to the postseason which will start on Friday!

BFMD Episode 212 – Blue Jays Clinch & Manoah Gives Back


Thanks to the Boston Red Sox the Toronto Blue Jays have clinched a postseason berth! 

The Jays currently hold the top wild card spot with 6 games remaining and control their own destiny. 

Justin and Patrick break down the standings, the upcoming series against Boston, and talk about Alek Manoah’s charitable efforts. 

BFMD Episode 211 – Manoah in Postseason Form

Teoscar Hernandez has been traded.  Justin and Patrick are here to discuss the return and the impact of losing Teo's bat in the lineup.  Alek Manoah finished 3rd in AL Cy Young voting, and the Jays made some 40-man roster moves. 
  1. BFMD Episode 217 – Teo Traded
  2. BFMD Episode 216 – Catcher Trade Rumours & Free Agent Pitching
  3. BFMD Episode 215 – Season Over, Springer Hurt, Atkins & Schneider
  4. BFMD Episode 214 – 2022 Wild Card Preview
  5. BFMD Episode 213 – Bats Beat Up Boston


Alek Manoah and Ross Stripling helped the Blue Jays get a split with the Rays. Whit Merrifield and George Springer provided timely home runs as the Jays inch closer to clinching a Wild Card spot. 

Albert Pujols hit 700.

Justin and Patrick break it all down and preview the final regular season matchup against the Yankees.

BFMD Episode 210 – Jays Jockeying for Position


After another winning week of baseball the Toronto Blue Jays find themselves leading the AL Wild Card Race. 

Justin & Patrick break down the standings, remaining games, and potential playoff matchups. 

Who pitches in the playoff rotation? 

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?