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Welcome to Locked On Blue Jays, the only daily podcast devoted to Toronto Blue Jays talk! Host A.J. Andrews brings her unique voice to discussions on topics ranging from how the Blue Jays' youngsters are doing, to how many sunflower seeds are left in Vlad Jr's hair. Join her as she navigates through the daily ongoings of Canada's only baseball team (at least until MLB wises up and moves Tampa Bay to Montreal without this split-city silliness) with a sense of irreverence, self-deprecating hum ...
 
Blue Jays Weekly is a podcast that’s everything Toronto Blue Jays. Join hosts J.C., Ryan and The Angry Producer as they chat about the week that was and what’s coming up for the Toronto Blue Jays. Blue Jays Weekly is recorded Sunday nights and new episodes will typically appear here Monday mornings. WARNING: Blue Jays Weekly is uncensored. So you may occasionally hear a naughty word or two. You can follow Blue Jays Weekly on Twitter @BlueJaysWeekly
 
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Can you feel it, Buffalo? The Blue Jays finally play their home opener for 2020... In the States, in Buffalo. But that's all right! A.J. Andrews goes over the changes the organization madde to make sure Buffalo feels like home, as well as the interesting lineup that Charlie Montoyo has put forward for tonight's contest. Follow the podcast on Twitte…
 
Jays From the Couch presents Ep231 of our podcast. This week, we have a great discussion on the history that brought Blue Jays baseball to their current "home" Buffalo, NY. From there, we look at whether there will be an advantage found in playing in Buffalo. We also dive into if Jordan Romano is the closer of the future and whether Charlie Montoyo…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays are last in baseball in runs per game, and it will cost us a chance at the postseason. So what gives? Is Vladimir Guerrero Jr. the root of the woes? Mark, Bryson and Jacob also discuss whether Baseball Reference’s 50% postseason probability is too high. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @section138pod. Music: “Signed, Sealed …
 
Two things about Stoeten: 1) He's old and reliable and 2) if he offers you a hamburger, politely decline. You've been warned. Drew (And)rew welcome ProPlayAI chief scientist, Dr. Mike Sonne, to today's show (5:00). The scholarly Dr. Sonne details ProPlayAI's technology and how pitchers like Nate Pearson are using these programs to further their und…
 
It must have been late. A.J. is optimistic about things... The Blue Jays look like they have a tough test when they face the Red Sox nominal ace, Nathan Eovaldi, but A.J. Andrews lays out the reasons why Toronto is actually well positioned to take advantage of the matchup to turn their luck around at the plate. Because they can't stay this bad fore…
 
Call this the fan edition for the week. It's become very clear where the Blue Jays' strength lies this year, and it's not with the bats. Not yet. No, the Toronto bullpen has bailed this team out time and time again this season, and A.J. Andrews breaks down what is going right for this team and what could stand to be improved. Guess which column Wil…
 
The pitching is kinda like the Flames winning, I guess. Good, now do more. With the ire for the Blue Jays batters subsiding, A.J. Andrews discusses the starting pitching performances on offer from Toronto hurlers this past week. While she is disappointed in Matt Shoemaker and Tanner Roark, she understands why they struggled in their starts, while N…
 
What's the opposite of the Leafs' comeback? That's what this is. The Blue Jays have been absolutely garbage at the plate. A.J. Andrews recaps just how garbage they have been, beginning with the dreadful display over over-anxious swinging at the plate in Atlanta, followed by some hilariously bad baserunning shown during their 2020 return to Fenway P…
 
Welcome back, Sniper. A.J. Andrews has some roster moves to go over, and so she will. We discuss what Derek Fisher's IL-stint will mean for his chances of sticking around, what Billy McKinney can do now that he is back in the majors, and what the move of Jacob Waguespack and Santiago Espinal means for their long-term prospects. Follow the podcast o…
 
It's been a wild ride for the Blue Jays to start the 2020 season. Bullpen losses, disappearing bats, and shaky starts by Ryu and Shoemaker have all be overshadowed by the debut of Nate Pearson. Clayton, Justin and Patrick are here to talk Jays, Joe Kelly, and baby fish.
 
Jays From the Couch presents Ep230 of our podcast. This week, we discuss the start to the Toronto Blue Jays' 2020 season and whether things are as they seem. Who is performing as expected, who isn't? We touch on Vlad Jr, Teoscar, Ryu, Pearson and Charlie Montoyo. A great discussion awaits you in Ep230!…
 
I'mma detour for the first little bit and then the title will make sense. A.J. Andrews needs a moment to contemplate whether or not the Blue Jays have to start worrying about the Orioles being good now? Yeah. That's why she needs a minute. After that, the podcast pays tribute to the brief Blue Jays career of Brian Moran, the appropriate demotion of…
 
It seems the fans are in a mood. I can relate... The second half of the big Blue Jays Fan Friday return strikes a sombre note as the fans express their doubt that the Blue Jays will get to finish the season. Many are upset that the MLB did not seriously consider a bubble strategy as they did before, and A.J. Andrews has to blame the players for thi…
 
Y'all are too kind! That's why we have two episodes for the fans! Blue Jays Fan Friday returns to its usual spot... on a Sunday. A.J. Andrews evaluates the early performance the Blue Jays have put in and singles out Teoscar Hernández for praise on his literally doing everything for Toronto to start the season, and then blame for Vladdy Jr. for kill…
 
Answer: No. At least, not yet. But we’re incredibly frustrated with some of his early-season decisions. Mark, Bryson and Jacob also discuss the Miami Marlins and the fate of the 2020 season and our thoughts on the new rules. Follow @section138pod on Twitter and Instagram Music: “American Eulogy,” Green Day.…
 
They don't have a crystal ball, but they sure have the next best thing; Drew and Stoeten welcome The Athletic's Philadelphia Phillies scrivener, and possible seer, Matt Gelb to answer a very simple question: What the f--k is going on in Philadelphia (10:45)? Gelb eloquently lays out the timeline of events leading up to the Phillies canceling all ac…
 
Why can't MLB be competent at something? Anything? A.J. Andrews takes a break from talking about the Blue Jays playing, to talk about why they aren't playing this weekend. Mainly because of the Marlins situation that MLB has botched completely. Also, Joe Kelly got suspended eight games more than any Astros players did for cheating. The MLB keeps on…
 
Drawing a heart on a poster with lipstick right now... Nate Pearson is everything the Blue Jays faithful hoped for, and was everything they needed for one night anyway. A.J. Andrews breaks down how his exhibition start against the Red Sox set up tonight's success against the Nationals, despite a pitcher that will not be named mucking things up, and…
 
As if this season could be any more weird, the Blue Jays have played well enough to be 5-0. They've gotten great outings from their starters, the offense is scoring, but the bullpen has blown 2 games late. Injuries to Giles, Grichuk and Bichette are concerning, but Nate Pearson is coming up! Let us know on Twitter who your biggest surprise has been…
 
Jays From the Couch presents Ep229 of our podcast. This week we kick things off by looking at the decision to have baseball at all in 2020. With news of players and coaches getting Covid, we have some thoughts. From there, we dissect some rather questionable decisions from Blue Jays manager, Charlie Montoyo and whether his job is safe.…
 
If you expected less rage in the second half of the doubleheader, you must be new. Now that she has taken her shots at what the Blue Jays players did on the field, A.J. Andrews turns her attention to the pitching staff. Most of the pitchers did well, and she gives them their due. However, there are three pitchers that earned her ire and in honor of…
 
Well... that was something. The Blue Jays' first series is in the books and surprise, surprise, A.J. Andrews has some thoughts. She starts with the performance of the position players, including some excellent chain hitting to lead to some big frames against the Rays. However, some bad tendencies re-emerged and one summer camp decision clearly bit …
 
Mark and Bryson deconstruct Charlie Montoyo’s questionable choice to go with Sam Gaviglio. Was there really no alternative? We consider the potential positives and negatives of playing in Buffalo, and re-analyze whether the Toronto Blue Jays will make the postseason with six more spots available. Lastly, we touch on the upcoming roster crunch for R…
 
Drew and Ol' Reliable react to the rare atmosphere, that will eventually become customary, in a fan-less Nationals Park on Opening Day (:30). The guys then welcome CBS Sports staff writer, R.J. Anderson, to the podcast to discuss Toronto's series opener against the Tampa Bay Rays (12:15). Before diving headlong into Rays analysis, R.J. dishes out h…
 
Blue Jays baseball! We get to talk actual baseball again! The Blue Jays took 1.5 wins from the Red Sox in exhibition play, and A.J. Andrews breaks down some of the main takeaways from those games, including Nate Pearson's struggles and how he dealt with them and her talking herself into a Derek Fisher home run bet. She doesn't anticipating paying t…
 
Love being all cryptic with the titles again. Injury woes were bound to emerge as the Blue Jays began ramping up action in hopes of a return to play. Chase Anderson going down? Somewhat expected. Lourdes Gurriel Jr. being injured? That one could hurt. A.J. Andrews goes over what injuries to both players could potentially mean for the Toronto baseba…
 
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