Buster Olney joins the show to talk about the complications for the Blue Jays with travel restrictions still in place in Toronto. Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys have no contract negotiations planned and the Chiefs continue to get better every day.
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The All-Star Game would have been Tuesday in Los Angeles, so we made our selections based on what we expect in the shortened season.
The Blue Jays will wear a No. 1 on the left sleeve of uniform jerseys this season to honor franchise great Tony Fernandez, who died in February.
BBTN: Gregor Chisholm on where the Blue Jays will play; Marly Rivera on Aroldis Chapman's positive COVID-19 test; Marc Topkin on which Rays players haven't been practicing
The Toronto Star’s Gregor Chisholm joins Buster to discuss where things stand with where the Blue Jays will play, Travis Shaw walking back his self-isolation comments and teams visiting Toronto being overlooked (5:46). Then, Marly Rivera joins the pod to talk about Aroldis Chapman’s positive COVID-19 test, how he’s feeling and what it means for the Yankees’ relief corps (18:06). Later, the Tampa Bay Times’ Marc Topkin hops on to get into how he’s covering the Rays during the coronavirus spike in Florida, who hasn’t been seen on the field in the last week and how the front office handles the possibility of missing so many key players to start the season (28:03).
Dave Schoenfield joins Eric and Tristan to talk Vlad Guerrero Jr’s future, value tweaks over the past week and batting order rumors.
Blue Jays infielder Travis Shaw apologized for recent comments that were critical of the team's plan to have players stick to Rogers Centre and the connecting hotel if games are played in Canada.
Blue Jays infielder Travis Shaw said on Twitter Friday that being confined to the hotel attached to the Rogers Centre all summer is "not an option."
Blue Jays star Vladimir Guerrero Jr. will shift primarily to first base and designated hitter this season, Toronto manager Charlie Montoyo told reporters Friday.
BBTN: Boog Sciambi on waking up at 3 a.m. to call KBO, the Mets, crowd noise. Plus, Todd Radom on Yankee Stadium
Boog Sciambi joins Buster to discuss, how he’s adjusted to getting up at 3 a.m. calling KBO games, why he loves watching Lee Jung-hoo, the Mets fanbase, pumping music or crowd noise into a stadium during games and ignoring medical professionals (5:59). Plus, Todd Radom on Yankee Stadium and the weekly quiz (29:35).
All 30 Major League Baseball teams will train at their regular-season ballparks for the pandemic-shortened season after the Toronto Blue Jays received a Canadian federal government exemption on Thursday to work out at Rogers Centre.
Infielder Breyvic Valera was claimed by the Toronto Blue Jays off waivers from the San Diego Padres.
Spring training 2.0 ... or summer camp? No matter what you call it, baseball's road back to the field starts today. Here's what you need to get up to speed.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford said Monday that Major League Baseball is close to winning approval for the Toronto Blue Jays to play at home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Some of the game's biggest prospects, such as Wander Franco and Jo Adell, will be in MLB camps this week. Here's who to watch on every team.
Toronto's players remain in wait-and-see mode on where to show up to begin their season.
A's reliever Jake Diekman joins Buster to discuss his decision to play despite being high-risk for coronavirus. Diekman discusses why he didn't consider opting out, players policing their bubble and pitching relief with no crowd (2:20). Then, Eireann Dolan, wife of Nationals reliever Sean Doolittle, hops on to talk about her concerns living under the baseball umbrella after growing up with respiratory issues, and MLB making players decide between salary and service time and family members who are high risk (13:12). Plus, Todd Radom on the Rogers Centre and the weekly quiz (27:02).
No one knows what will transpire in this year's unique format, but that didn't keep us from making our picks for MVP, the team to beat and more.
Major League Baseball has submitted a plan to the Canadian government to play in Toronto this year and health authorities are examining it. Health authorities in Ontario will also need to support the plan, a spokesperson said.
Baseball is about to embark on its shortest season ever, so we look at just how weird 2020's stats could be.
The Canadian government is open to Major League Baseball playing in Toronto this summer, but the league has not submitted the required plan to health authorities, Canadian officials said Tuesday.
Mookie Betts wearing Dodger blue, Gerrit Cole in pinstripes. A wild sprint from start to finish. Here's what we're most excited to see when the 2020 season finally begins.
All Major League Baseball training camps will temporarily close, a source confirmed to ESPN, after multiple teams reported positive coronavirus tests on Friday.
From Vlad Guerrero Jr. to Fernando Tatis Jr. and Cody Bellinger, we take a look at who will live up to (or improve upon) the family name.
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