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Jays Journal Podcast - February 14. "Hope Springs Eternal."

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Jays Journal Podcast - February 14. "Hope Springs Eternal."

As pitchers and catchers embark on their annual rites of baseball passage, we're thrilled to bring you a fresh season of the podcast featuring more action-packed round table discussions, exclusive interviews with compelling guests; former and present Blue Jays, media luminaries, and a litany of live and interactive broadcasts that will get you through a devastating losing streak and straight into the light of day.  

Helping us circumnavigate what has been a surreal free agent off-season with their literary prowess and passion for the game are three brilliant writers straight from the Jays Journal: Brendan Panikkar (@Panikkar37), Jason Lee (@Jasons_JaysHub), and Craig Borden (@Craigers1221).

Together with your host, Ari Shapiro, this baseball triumvirate looks at: Jerry Howarth's retirement (6:51), the plight of over 100 free agents and the possibility of front office collusion (12:32), the leveraging nature of player arbitration and what it means for the future (15:41), the notion of emancipating a free agent after 6 years of service (22:01), the uncertainty of reclamation projects and which young players might surprise you (27:13), the 2019 free agent year interjecting with the arrival of Guerrero and Bichette (42:22), and if Josh Donaldson remains the starting third baseman of the Toronto Blue Jays after this year's trade deadline.

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