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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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Sho Alli and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 6-2 win over the Twins at Rogers Centre. They discuss Teoscar Hernandez’ three-run crank, and what his long-term future (and contract) could look like, Marcus Semien hitting his 40th long ball of the season, and Bo Bichette’s defensive potential only growing from where it is now. Plus, a discussi…
 
Sometimes I don't even get the puns until they are sitting there in the box. The most expensive member of the Blue Jays starting rotation is struggling mightily and unfortunately, it's nothing new. A.J. Andrews goes over how late-season swoons are common occurrences with Hyun-jin Ryu and what the Blue Jays can do to fix it. Even if fans may not be …
 
The Toronto Blue Jays have a Cy Young candidate, an MVP candidate, and are now in the thick of a playoff race. Who will win those awards? Who will win between the Jays and Twins this weekend? How much should Jays fans be afraid of fraudulent teams like the Yankees and the Red Sox? On this week’s episode of Blue Jays Happy Hour we talked about that …
 
Justin and Patrick are back to provide an update on the AL and NL Wild Card races. The Blue Jays are one of the hottest teams in baseball this month and are currently in a playoff spot. The guys go over the Fangraphs projections, scenarios in case of ties, and analyze the schedules of the remaining contenders. It's going to be a battle. Also in thi…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays just keep rolling and so does Robbie Ray. It seems like he’s finally pulling away in the race for Cy Young Award, so Mark, Bryson and Jacob revisit his odds of winning over Gerrit Cole and Lance Lynn. They also discuss the other phenomenal starts from this series against the Tampa Bay Rays, as well as an offense that just keep…
 
The good times keep rolling! After sweeping Oakland and New York and then scoring 1000 runs over Baltimore in a four-game set, the Blue Jays returned home to face a big test — the American League-leading Tampa Bay Rays. And it went really well, as the Blue Jays took two of three in the series, including a commanding win on Monday night. I was joine…
 
Drew welcomes special guest Ben Wagner, radio voice of the Toronto Blue Jays, to Spin Rate! Ben shares his thoughts about the Jays from a booth perspective and discusses how he anticipates the playoff race unfolding. Alek Manoah has impressed many fans, including Ben. What makes Manoah so good, and which Blue Jay has validated Ben's high expectatio…
 
Sho Alli and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 7-3 loss to the Twins at Rogers Centre. They discuss the recent struggles of Hyun-jin Ryu and what it could mean for his place in the rotation, the outing by Ross Stripling and whether or not he could be given a place in the rotation if Ryu’s command continues to be shaky, and what Julian Merrywe…
 
Eventually that title was going to happen. The Blue Jays fulfilled A.J. Andrews' prophecy and took down the Rays 6-3 in their series finale. Andrews takes the time to discuss Robbie Ray's effectiveness and ability to get the most out of two pitches, Bo Bichette stepping up for his turn in the spotlight after it seemed like the others on the team ha…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 6-3 win over the Rays at Rogers Centre. They discuss the brilliant work from Robbie Ray (what else is new?), the continuing conversation around the AL Cy Young, Jordan Romano closing things down, and Bo Bichette driving in five RBI in the win. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are …
 
This is why you don't feed the host reality-bending TV shows before she records... One might expect A.J. Andrews to be a little more frustrated after the Blue Jays recorded just three hits in a 2-0 loss to the Rays. However, she's feeling a bit more philosophical in relation to things tonight, and merely wants to make sure tonight doesn't start a n…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 2-0 loss to the Rays at Rogers Centre. They discuss José Berríos’ outing going seven strong, the decision to not pinch-hit for Breyvic Valera and Reese McGuire (especially with Randal Grichuk, Danny Jansen, and Alejandro Kirk on the bench), and Bo Bichette’s aggressive at-bats. The views and opin…
 
Some very satisfying wins lately... The Blue Jays continue to run roughshod on their competition, dispatching the Rays 8-1 in their series opener Monday. A.J. Andrews discusses the absolute beast-mode start that Alek Manoah put in, how his aggressive style serves the Jays well when it's on form, how Teoscar Hernández became everything Derek Fisher …
 
Rob Wong and Sho Alli break down the Blue Jays’ 8-1 win over the Rays at Rogers Centre. They discuss Alek Manoah going eight strong innings, his place in the rotation (especially with Hyun-jin Ryu struggling), if Vladimir Guerrero Jr has made up any ground on Shohei Ohtani in the race for AL MVP, and whether or not Randal Grichuk has really turned …
 
That was certainly a trip. Things looked really ugly on Friday when the lowly Baltimore Trash Birds ended the Blue Jays' eight-game winning streak despite Robbie Ray being on the mound, but, after that, things got very, very good. The Blue Jays pulled off back-to-back last-second comeback wins in their doubleheader on Saturday, with George Springer…
 
Welcome to Spin Rate, where Drew Fairservice and Kaitlyn McGrath discuss your WILD CARD LEADING BLUE JAYS(!) twice-weekly on The Athletic. Regardless of the caliber of opponent, the Jays still plucked three of four games away from the Orioles, and Drew and Kaitlyn take time to dissect the series. You don't want smoke from Robbie Ray. Jansen and Gur…
 
You know it's bonkers when the stat is in the title. The Blue Jays liked scoring 22 runs in one day so much on Saturday, they decided to do it again on Sunday! In one game! A.J. Andrews breaks down the type of pitching it took the Orioles to put out there to allow this to happen, what the bottom of the lineup production means, Vladdy Jr.'s case for…
 
Holy cow. The Toronto Blue Jays erupt against the Baltimore Orioles and make baseball history, claiming the first wildcard spot along with the Boston Red Sox. Are they now the team to beat in the American League? Vladimir Guerrero Jr. had another strong series and is now tied with Shohei Ohtani for the league lead in homers. How likely is a Triple …
 
Justin and Patrick a back to break down a WILD weekend in Baltimore and to highlight Teoscar's magnificent season. On Friday night the Baltimore Orioles ended the Toronto Blue Jays 8-game winning streak. On Sunday the Jays left no doubt and racked up 22 runs in a 22-7 win of the first Sunday of the NFL season. In between was a WILD doubleheader the…
 
Sho Alli and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 22-7 win (yes, that’s the correct score) over the Orioles at Camden Yards. They discuss the offensive explosion, Teoscar Hernandez blowing by the 100 RBI mark for the season, Steven Matz being ranked over Hyun-jin Ryu in the rotation, what to do about Trent Thornton, and the AL Wild Card race beg…
 
See! Even when he's not involved, Fernando Abad sets these easy puns up! In the second half of her doubleheader set of episodes, A.J. discusses the Blue Jays twin killing of the Orioles as they went 11 the hard way twice. She discusses more issues with consistency for Hyun-jin Ryu, a disappointing return for Ross Stripling, George Springer doing Ge…
 
Seriously. He has too many puns that can be made with such Abad name. In honor of the Blue Jays' Saturday doubleheader, A.J. Andrews is starting a twin bill of her own! First, she looks at the Blue Jays' 6-3 loss to the Orioles on Friday. She discusses Brandon Hyde being petty in regards to Robbie Ray, Fernando Abad living up to his name by bodyche…
 
Sho Alli is joined by Keegan Matheson, Blue Jays reporter for MLB.com, to discuss George Springer’s heroics in the Toronto Blue Jays’ comeback win in Game 1, Lourdes Gurriel Junior’s hot streak, the offense being put up from the catching position and Hyun Jin Ryu’s recent struggles (4:44). Kevin Barker joins Sho to recap Game 2 of the doubleheader,…
 
Sho Alli breaks down the Toronto Blue Jays’ first loss in nine games at the hands of the Baltimore Orioles. Josh Goldberg stops by to discuss the loss, the need to come out with a series win over the O’s, Charlie’s management of the bullpen and Robbie Ray’s performance and altercation with Baltimore manager Brandon Hyde. We hear postgame audio from…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays are the hottest team in baseball and have thrust themselves into the playoff race by making up an improbable amount of ground over the last week. So, uh, we talked about all that on this week’s episode of Blue Jays Happy Hour! Have a listen! • Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blue-jays-happy-hour/id1564979…
 
They did it! The Jays swept away the New York Yankees in convincing fashion and they now sit just outside of a Wild Card. It's the first time since 2015 that the Blue Jays have won eight games in a row and really, it feels a lot like 2015 right now. Everything is breaking their way. They're getting clutch starts, huge outings from different relieve…
 
Wow. That’s all we have to say. The Toronto Blue Jays went into New York 4.5 games back of a wildcard spot, and they’re leaving after a FOUR-GAME SWEEP of the Yankees only 0.5 out. It doesn’t get any better than this. Mark and Bryson discuss every game of the series and heap praise on the offense and bullpen, which came through when needed most and…
 
Now I actually want to play the Yankees again instead of the Orioles. The Blue Jays swept the Yankees so hard in four games it was historic. A sweep not seen since 1924 to bring the Jays within a half-game of a wild-card berth. A.J. Andrews goes over the jubilant days in the Bronx, what the offense has done to get itself back into gear, how a team …
 
Sho Alli and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 6-4 win over the Yankees, as they sweep the Bronx Bombers in NYC for the first time since 2003! They discuss another dominant outing from José Berríos, the improved play of Joakim Soria, Tim Mayza with arguably the play of the game, and discuss Nate Pearson’s most recent appearance. The views and…
 
With less than 25 games remaining in the regular season, the Blue Jays have some questions to answer. To help unravel those riddles, Drew welcomes Sportsnet writer and co-host of the 'At the Letters' podcast Arden Zwelling to Spin Rate! What's Marcus Semien's future in Toronto? Is there a ballpark figure for Semien's continued services up north? St…
 
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