Gregor Chisholm: Blue Jays mailbag: See no baseball, hear no baseball, talk no … wait a minute, that’s all that’s left

Major League Baseball is back but we’re going to have to take the Blue Jays’ word for it because a lack of television broadcasts means fans will be kept in the dark for most of spring training.

Sportsnet picked up the Yankees’ broadcast for Sunday’s spring opener, but the next televised game won’t come until March 12. In total, just 10 of Blue Jays’ 28 games this spring are available on TV and none of the games will have a dedicated radio broadcast from the team.

That’s not how Rogers Communications should be promoting its product so recently after signing George Springer to a record-setting contract, but the decision has been made and there’s nothing that can be done about it now. And while there is little video evidence of what’s taking place in Florida, baseball is being played and there’s still a lot to talk about.

With that in mind, it’s time for another edition of the weekly Blue Jays mailbag. As always, questions can be submitted to or by reaching out to me on Twitter @GregorChisholm.

The following questions have been edited for length and grammar:

Do you feel Cavan Biggio’s long-term development, career aspirations and financial potential will be harmed if the Jays continue to see his role as a jack of all trades? Does he not have enough skill to be a regular position player, if not with the Jays then with another team? Do…

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