Blue Jays Games on AM 1150 This Week*



Tuesday, April 24, 2018 - 4PM PST

Toronto Blue Jays vs Boston Red Sox

Thursday, April 26, 2018 - 4PM PST

Toronto Blue Jays vs Boston Red Sox

Friday, April 27, 2018 - 4PM PST

Toronto Blue Jays vs Texas Rangers

Saturday, April 28, 2018 - 12PM PST

Toronto Blue Jays vs Texas Rangers

Sunday, April 29, 2018 - 10AM PST

Toronto Blue Jays vs Texas Rangers


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  • Stroman eyes return to form against Rangers

    The Blue Jays will open a three-game series against the Rangers when right-hander Marcus Stroman (0-2, 8.55 ERA) takes the mound on Friday night at Rogers Centre, with first pitch scheduled for 7:07 p.m. ET. Stroman has been struggling with his command this season as evidenced by 14 walks over 20 innings. Stroman has never walked more than 2.8 batters per nine innings in a full season. Texas will counter with lefty Mike Minor (1-1, 3.86 ERA).
  • Home runs continue to haunt Estrada

    The Blue Jays may have gotten off to a strong start this season, but they still have a lot of work to do in the American League East.
  • AL East closers: Osuna holding down ninth

    The American League East has some of baseball's biggest names and five former All-Stars serving in the closer role. If there's one division without a lot of ninth-inning drama, this is probably it. Aroldis Chapman, Craig Kimbrel, Roberto Osuna and Alex Colome are regarded as some of the top relievers in the Majors.
  • Blue Jays prospects among top performers

    Blue Jays prospects impressed at the upper levels of the Minors on Wednesday.
  • Estrada gets call opposite Sale in series finale

    Right-hander Marco Estrada (2-1, 5.32 ERA) has the unenviable task of facing Chris Sale (1-1, 1.86 ERA) when the Blue Jays close out their three-game series against the Red Sox tonight at Rogers Centre. Estrada has experienced some issues with the long ball this season with six home runs allowed in four starts. He's coming off a year in which he surrendered a career-high 31 home runs over 33 starts. First pitch is scheduled for 7:07 ET.
  • Barnes can't protect one-run lead in loss

    The Blue Jays' bullpen has been a major strength through the first month of the season, but the Red Sox don't seem to care.
  • Godfather Ready For Redemption In Final Year

    He is unseasonably tanned for this time of year, looks as fit as ever and is no longer labouring from an offseason surgery to repair a nagging back problem. Before the interview starts, he takes out his iPhone to proudly display a photo of 12-year old grandson Jonah helping his Cloverdale Minor Hockey team win […]
  • Giving Back | Davis Makes Mark In Community

    He has dazzled in both football and track at Missouri Valley College, been named MVP in the German Football League and turned heads at his first CFL training camp last spring. More recently, Tyler Davis has made just as big an impact away from the field. The wide receiver/returner has become a regular face on […]
  • Jeremy Lewis Was Made For Lovin’ Football

    Not many pro football players can claim they once had Gene Simmons as a boss. Jeremy Lewis is a rare exception. Following a tryout with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2013, he found himself playing for the Arena Football League’s Los Angeles Kiss, a squad owned by Simmons and branded after the makeup-wearing, fire-breathing musicians. “I was […]
  • Chagnon Tackles Studies And Year Two In Den

    The pre-game vibe inside a pro football locker room usually provides a variety of routines. Some players get pumped up by grooving to whatever lively song is playing on the universal speaker. Others get ready by listening to their own music. We have a hunch Frederic Chagnon‘s playlist differs somewhat from that of his teammates. […]
  • Leos ink quarterback Ricky Lloyd

    The BC Lions Football Club today announced that international quarterback Ricky Lloyd has signed with the team. Lloyd (6’3”, 205) impressed the club’s scouting staff at a recent workout in Los Angeles following a three-year, 33-game career at Minnesota State. The Concord, California product threw for 3,379 yards with 36 touchdowns for the Mavericks and […]
  • Lions Sign Defensive Back Marcell Young

    The BC Lions Football Club today announced that it has signed international defensive back Marcell Young. Most recently a member of the Edmonton Eskimos, Young is a seven-year CFL veteran who began his career with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 2011. After two years out east including 23 regular season appearances and 63 defensive stops, he […]