On this week’s episode, Justin Smoak receives moderate praise (for once), the guys talk about Paul Goldschmidt’s base running (and The Ringer’s article about it) and then decide if some recent Blue Jays storylines are a big deal (or nah!).
How bad can a catcher be at the plate and still have a positive WAR? Luke Maile made me ask the question, but another Luke was the answer. Continue Reading
On this week’s episode, the guys talk about Jason Grilli’s struggles, no-hitters, and why Luke Maile has received a pass from Bunt to the Gap (for now).
On this week’s episode, the guys are pleased to welcome Eric Rosenhek of Definitely Not Jays Talk back to the show. Sweet Nick and Adam have to carry the banter segment because Dave hasn’t set up his internet yet after a move.
On this week’s episode, the guys are asked about Kevin Pillar, discuss the possibility of trading Josh Donaldson, find pitchers who rake and play Guess the Blue Jay.
On this week’s episode, the guys talk about the performances of the Jays’ replacements so far, The Replacements, and the wave.
On this week’s episode, the guys take stock of the season to date, then “Sweet” Nick and Adam help Dave decide which player’s name to get on the back of his Blue Jays jersey, and finally check in with an old friend.
On this week’s episode, the guys look for positives in the Blue Jays’ start before things get a little Salty. Then, they’re joined by Tara Wellman (@tarawellman) of Bird Seeds, the Gateway to Baseball Heaven podcast and cardsconclave.com to preview the upcoming series… Continue Reading
The Toronto Blue Jays haven’t been very good in 2017. You know this. I know this. All of baseball knows this; hell, probably most of Canada knows this. If I wanted to be here all day, I would focus on… Continue Reading
On this week’s episode, the guys discuss the Blue Jays’ terrible, horrible, no good, very bad start to the season. Then, they’re joined by Brian MacPherson of the Providence Journal, because just when it seemed like things couldn’t get any worse… Continue Reading