Veteran Blue Jays radio broadcaster Jerry Howarth announces retirement

  National Post 
TORONTO — Longtime Toronto Blue Jays radio broadcaster Jerry Howarth will not return to the booth in 2018. Howard announced his retirement Tuesday after 36 years of calling Blue Jays games. The 71-year-old said he made the decision due to health issues that have affected his voice in recent years. “I had every intention of […] ▶ Full story on nationalpost.com

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