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Toronto Blue Jays Radio Network

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Toronto Blue Jays Radio Network

The Toronto Blue Jays Radio Network consists of 19 stations (16 A.M., 3 F.M.) in 8 Canadian Provinces. The English language announcers are play-by-play announcers Jerry Howarth (started with the Blue Jays in 1981) and Mike Wilner, joined by colour commentator Jack Morris. Additionally, CKAC broadcasts some games in French. This brings the total number of stations carrying Blue Jays baseball to 20. The Blue Jays Radio Network specifically refers to the English-language network originating at CJCL.

Flagship (1 station)

Affiliates (18 stations)

Alberta (1 station)

British Columbia (1 station)

Manitoba (1 station)

New Brunswick (2 stations)

Nova Scotia (1 station)

Ontario (8 stations)

Quebec (2 stations + 10 relays)

Saskatchewan (4 stations)

Former flagships (0 stations)

Former affiliates (3 stations)

  • 820/CHAM: Hamilton, Ontario (2009-2010)
  • 900/CHML: Hamilton, Ontario (2011)
  • 960/CFFX: Kingston, Ontario

See also


  • List of Blue Jays radio stations
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