Blue Jays fans it is our goal here at Jay Bird Watching to bring you all of the best news and analysis from a fan perspective that everyone can join in on. We have a great group of contributors and love to have Jays fans on the podcast.
We are trying to be your one-stop location in podcast land for Toronto Blue Jays baseball. We have three main shows that support Jay Bird Watching but we also enjoy having our Fan Chats and our special events/ guests. We recently had the great baseball movie debate and it was an amazingly good time. We hope you listen!
The Morning MASH
This show was the start of it all. During the regular season, Craig Borden brings you a quick 10 – 15 minute recap of the previous days Jays news. This includes a quick recap of the Minor Leagues as well. This show of quick hits on news and scores will have you ready to talk Blue Jays around the water cooler each day after your commute.
The Wednesday WALLOP
Every other Wednesday Craig is joined by co-host Brendan Pannikar to dive deep into the latest Jays news. These episodes are often a quick debate about what is going on all year round. Craig and Brendan often have an additional guest from the Jays-verse to join in on the Shenanigans. This has included Minor League Jays Announcers, other Jays bloggers/ podcast voices, and even a few Jays players!
The Game Cast
We have been live for a few select Blue Jays games so you can join the conversation with us as you mute Buck and Pat on your tv. Our goal with this show is to bring you the game through the eyes of Jays fans. As Craig and Co-host Adam Corsair. This season we will be doing this on FaceBook Live so you all can join in on the action to chat with s
Our show started from a few Blue Jays fans talking and coming to the conclusion that we should record the conversations. This is how Jay Bird Watching got started and we wanted to give other Blue Jays fans a chance to enjoy talking baseball with us. If you are interested in joining us on the show head over to the Contact us page or message us on Twitter @BirdWatchingGC