The Blue Jays have finally found a solution to their spring broadcast woes
By Cam Lewis1 year ago
After a full week of fans melting down about not being able to watch or listen to any of the Blue Jays’ spring training games, the team has finally found a solution. They’ve put cameras behind home plate and in centre field and are showing no-audio feeds of the game from two angles.
It isn’t perfect, like, you don’t really know who’s batting unless you’re aware of the depths of the team’s spring training roster and who wears which number, but I’ll sure as fuck take it!
The steam can be viewed here, for free on the team’s official website. Let’s hope this remains a thing for the rest of spring.
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