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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
 
The Canadian Baseball Network podcast was originally launched for the 2013 World Baseball Classic and will now be a regular feature of The Canadian Baseball Network website. The podcast will feature analysis and updates on baseball in Canada and Canadian’s playing baseball around the world. From the Toronto Blue Jays to your local team, The CBN Podcast will cover all issues and areas of interest to Canadian Baseball fans.
 
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This is exactly what happened when I controlled the Blue Jays in MVP Baseball 2005. The Blue Jays are apparently signing everyone! At least that's what reports are saying! A.J. Andrews breaks down the various rumours that the Jays are interested in Michael Brantley, Justin Turner, J.T. Realmuto and Ha-Seong Kim, and makes clear her preference for w…
 
Jays From the Couch presents Ep239 of our podcast. This week, we bring you some crazy ideas for the Toronto Blue Jays to consider this offseason. From a big trade to training to a super bench, you'll hear us dissect the craziness. We also look at the 40 man roster and the catching depth that Toronto boasts.…
 
Happ’s back… back again… The Toronto Blue Jays are once again interested in J.A. Happ, putting a third stint with the Blue Jays in play after six years already spent in Toronto. We unpack that news, plus some of the other names Toronto was connected to this week: DJ LeMahieu and Kolten Wong. We then discuss whether Mark Buehrle will make the Hall o…
 
We want to dedicate this episode to the life and memory of Alex Trebek. He meant a lot to Canada, to TV audiences around the world, and to us. Justin and Patrick comb through Blue Jays and MLB news including the Marlins amazing hire of Kim Ng as the first female general manager in MLB history. Will the Jays trade for Francisco Lindor? What would th…
 
Pretty sure I've used this title before. In the ongoing coverage of "players who may be Blue Jays" we have our first "again" to add to that title, as J.P Morosi of MLB.com has linked J.A. Happ to Toronto... immediately after linking him to Texas and the Angels. A.J. Andrews looks over Happ's numbers in New York and wonders whether or not a reunion …
 
Think of the puns! A.J. Andrews begins a further look at some Blue Jays free agent targets with Kolten Wong. Fans may not be familiar with the former Cardinal, but Andrews likes what Wong brings to the table, and does her best to explain why he could be a better option than D.J. LeMahieu. Follow the podcast on Twitter @LockedOnJays and follow the h…
 
So tired, y'all. A.J. Andrews presses on, talking about the implications the Blue Jays' additions will have on the 40-man roster as the team aims for big moves in the off-season. Shockingly, the news is not good for Derek Fisher. But who else is on the edge? And how will the Blue Jays start creating space for new players? A.J. has some answers. Fol…
 
In the words of Lisa Miskovsky, I'm still alive. A.J. Andrews breaks her silence during a rough week to discuss the five players the Blue Jays added to the 40-man roster ahead of next month's Rule V draft. Gabriel Moreno, Riley Adams, Otto Lopez, Josh Palacios and Ty Tice are at varying levels of what they can bring to the team, but they all have t…
 
With Ross Atkins talking up a storm about high-impact players, will this be the Toronto Blue Jays’ busiest and most aggressive offseason ever? We discuss that, plus banter about all of the names Toronto has been mentioned with — Jake Odorizzi, Francisco Lindor, Trevor Bauer, Jackie Bradley Jr. and George Springer. Follow @section138pod on Instagram…
 
Yeah, this still isn't helping. Following a summation of what the Blue Jays got in the 2012 deal with the Marlins, A.J. Andrews assesses what the Toronto team gave up and how much it ended up costing the team in capital down the road. Then, armed with her knowledge of transactions from the past decade, A.J. does her best to construct a trade that w…
 
This is not going to help the host's depression issues. A.J. Andrews does her best to get back on the airwaves. She thanks the fans for their support on Twitter as she battles through a rough patch, and then attempts to lift her spirits by re-visiting the 2012 Blue Jays-Marlins trade! In this episode, she goes over the haul that the Blue Jays lande…
 
Jays From the Couch presents Ep238 of our podcast where we discuss the Blue Jays with Keegan Matheson. We also examine whether George Springer is a legit target for Toronto and attempt to put Jackie Bradley Jr rumours to bed.โดย Shaun Doyle, Karen Soutar & Bob Ritchie
 
She's trying y'all. A.J. Andrews manages to get another episode out, thanks to a Blue Jays mystery! Ross Atkins said the team was close to signing another deal at the same time they locked up Robbie Ray, but who could it be??? Everyone has their thoughts and the intrepid host has her own, but she runs a little counter to the prevailing theory. It's…
 
Yep, still feeling like hell. A.J. Andrews fights through a sore throat and a headache to talk about the Miami Marlins' hiring of Kim Ng, the first female and Asian-American GM in MLB history. She discusses why it took so long for her to actually get this job and what it opens up. Plus, she goes over the award results, why she only went 7/8 and wha…
 
Jays From the Couch presents Ep237 where we discuss the signing of Robbie Ray and where the Toronto Blue Jays go from there.โดย Shaun Doyle, Karen Soutar & Steve Fekete
 
Again, if you win money on these, let me know. I take tips. A.J. Andrews wraps up a trilogy of episodes with a look at the 2020 awards season. She gives her predictions in both the AL and NL on Rookie of the Year, Manager of the Year, Cy Young and MVP awards and looks at the chances that Charlie Montoyo and Hyun-Jin Ryu will be coming away with som…
 
Is Robbie Williams still making music? He has to be. A.J. Andrews continues working through her grief as she looks at the the MLB Trade Rumors Top 50 free agents piece, with the Blue Jays expected to be heavy players in the offseason! However, she has some issues with their projected targets. First she looks at Jake Odorizzi, who had a snake-bitten…
 
RIP Alex Trebek. One of the greatest Canadians. A.J. Andrews tries to talk her way through a sombre day of shows, starting with the news that the Blue Jays are running Robbie Ray back for another season. She discusses what Ray did during his brief tenure in Toronto to earn this extended tour of duty, the changes that Pete Walker has started to impl…
 
Take a moment. Celebrate the good news coming out of the US and take a moment to disconnect from politics by listening to our latest episode on the Toronto Blue Jays! We talk Vladimir Guerrero Jr. losing weight, Charlie Montoyo’s Manager of the Year finalist pick, Teoscar Hernández’s Silver Slugger award and more. Follow @section138pod on Instagram…
 
Happy things. All the happy things. Toronto's outfield has gone from question marks to questing for awards in a matter of months, and A.J. Andrews dissects what that means. First, Teoscar Hernandez nailing down a Silver Slugger award, and with it, solidifying his spot on the roster and the faith of Blue Jays upper management. Then, Lourdes Gurriel …
 
I feel like a collective sigh of relief has escaped from my body. A.J. Andrews returns from what has been a very stressful week. She explains her thoughts on the idea of keeping politics and sports separate and why she can't abide by that maxim. Then she returns to sports talk with a couple of pieces on Vladimir Guerrero Jr. She discusses how Vlad …
 
Justin and Patrick bring back a popular series to BFMD with their first edition of 2020 season grades. The guys start with the infield and lay down some shocking grades. Justin is worried about one of the young core members and Patrick makes a prediction about who will be a career .300 hitter. Over the next few weeks we will be releasing outfield, …
 
Jays From the Couch presents Episode 236 of our podcast. This week marks the beginning of what should be a rather interesting offseason for the Toronto Blue Jays. With clear upgrades needed and an aggressive approach, the next few months could be rather exciting. We look at some options and take some listener/viewer questions!…
 
Jesse Lacey is not a good man, but I've always wanted to use that song reference. Chris Archer is a tantalizing arm on the free agent market, and Blue Jays fans have been buzzing since his departure from Pittsburgh was confirmed. A.J. Andrews dives into what went wrong with the Pirates, what his outlook post-injury is, and if it makes sense for the…
 
Now the fun begins... The Blue Jays weren't the only team to cut players loose yesterday, and A.J. Andrews has some thoughts on who could help Toronto build it's bullpen for 2021! She starts off small with low-budget acquisitions like Tommy Kahnle (a 2022 option) and David Robertson, before ramping up in the second half. Cam Bedrosian could be a ve…
 
I couldn't resist. A.J. Andrews has decided the theme of the day is options, and she starts with a couple that the Blue Jays exercised yesterday. She discusses how both Rafael Dolis and Chase Anderson made it easy in their own ways to make the decision to exercise and decline their respective club options. In addition, we have news on the option Wi…
 
Seriously. Kevin Cash. C'mon. The second half of the World Series Game 6 roundtable with Gabrielle Starr of Locked on Red Sox, Connor Newcomb of Locked on Orioles and Brice Paterik of Locked on Rangers comes at you with scorn for Kevin Cash and his horrible management of his starters, praise for the Dodgers as a truly competent team on the field (i…
 
Even the successes are failures for MLB. Four Locked On Podcast hosts come together for a Game 6 roundtable, as A.J. is joined by Gabrielle Starr of Locked on Red Sox, Connor Newcomb of Locked on Orioles and Brice Paterik of Locked on Rangers to discuss how MLB managed to muck this up again, Justin Turner acting with no regard for human life, and b…
 
Jays From the Couch presents Ep235 of our podcast. This week, we dive into some potential MLB rule changes and how they might impact the Toronto Blue Jays. You'll hear some good ones, some not so good ones and some so crazy, they just might work. We also discuss a contract extension for club President, Mark Shapiro.…
 
After five years, Mark Shapiro’s contract with the Toronto Blue Jays has run out. Should the Blue Jays re-sign him or go a different direction? Mark, Bryson and Jacob also discuss the loss of the Vancouver Canadians and whether Trevor Bauer is too much of a clubhouse problem to sign. Follow @section138pod on Instagram and Twitter. Music: “Troublema…
 
Seriously, we all thought that about Aaron Loup right? Game 2 of the World Series is in the books and A.J. Andrews shares her thoughts from watching the Rays' 6-4 victory over the Dodgers. She discusses Brandon Lowe finally hitting like the guy who was the bane of the Blue Jays this season, the true unsung hero in the Tampa Bay lineup, Aaron Loup p…
 
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