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Toronto Blue Jays News show featuring weekly guests from the Toronto Blue Jays, and Blue Jays Prospects. Hosted by Scott Belford and Adam Mac. New Episodes every Friday, Plus a weekly Mail Bag Episode where Scott and Adam respond to your comments questions and DM’s Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Locked On Blue Jays podcast is your daily ticket to stay ahead of the game and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the Toronto Blue Jays and Major League Baseball. Hosted by Brayden Ewasko and Carter Fuerst, the Locked On Blue Jays podcast provides your daily Blue Jays fix with expert, local analysis, and coverage of all aspects of the Blue Jays franchise. Locked On Blue Jays takes you beyond the scoreboard for the inside scoops on the biggest stories from withi ...
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Aren't you tired of baseball podcasts where the hosts are obviously smarter than you? Wouldn't it be nice if you could listen to a couple folks who admittedly aren't very bright at all so you could feel better and superior about your takes and level of knowledge while having some good times along the way? Well, you're in the right place. Less Than Jays. The People's Blue Jays podcast. From Jake Goldsbie & The Zubes comes a new show about the Toronto Blue Jays and life in general. Two weekly ...
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The Toronto Blue Jays sweep their first series of the season against the Chicago White Sox, winning game three of the series 3-1. IKF has been on a tear recently, extending his hit streak to 8 straight games, driving in another two runs in Wednesday's game. In some unfortunate news, Alek Manoah left the game in the second inning with right elbow di…
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The Blue Jays dropped a crucial weekend series to the Tigers, but Justin and Patrick don't want to talk about it. The guys instead discuss hot and cold players over the past month, and players in Buffalo who could help the big league club instead of Daniel Vogelbach and Justin Turner.
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The Toronto Blue Jays beat the Chicago White Sox 7-2 in the second game of the series. Kevin Gausman did what Kevin Gausman does, giving the Blue Jays another quality start, pitching six innings and only giving up one run in the process. Davis Schneider looked unbelievable at the plate today, having two doubles and three RBI. This team finally did …
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Angel Hernandez has finally retired from the MLB. What a career this guy had. The most well-known umpire in the history of baseball. Unfortunately for Angel, he was not known for the right things. We analyze Angel Hernandez’s career as an MLB umpire, going over his report card over his 33-year career. The Toronto Blue Jays beat the Chicago White So…
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What a series from the Toronto Blue Jays. This team continues to find new ways to lose baseball games. Sunday was the worst game of the year for Blue Jays fans. They were out of the game, then Cavan Biggio hit a home run and the Blue Jays continued to hang around, until the 8th inning where they scored five runs, capped off by a Daulton Varsho 3-ru…
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The Toronto Blue Jays stomp on the Detroit Tigers, beating them 9-1 in one of the weirdest games of the year. This game was not unique in terms of baseball, it was in terms of the broadcast. There was a massive power outage at Comerica Park that forced Blue Jays fans to have an interesting viewing experience. The Blue Jays might like it when there …
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The Toronto Blue Jays take care of business against the Chicago White in the third game of the series. This was the first series the Toronto Blue Jays have won in over a month, dating back to April 19-21st against the San Diego Padres. The Blue Jays had a lot of firsts in the game this season, having their first 7-run inning, their first triple (Da…
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The Toronto Blue Jays lose to the Chicago White Sox 5-0 after only having two hits. But there this wasn’t the main story from today. In an article by Mark Feinsand, he states that the Blue Jays have been in talks about moving “superstars” Vladimir Guererro Jr and Bo Bichette around the trade deadline. This is in terms of a retool, not a complete fi…
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The Toronto Blue Jays take care of business against the Chicago White Sox on Monday winning game 1 of the series 9-3. This was a Danny Jansen legacy game, with Danny driving in 5 of the 9 Blue Jays runs and being a massive spark plug for this offense. Bo Bichette also had a great day offensively, having three doubles on route to a 4-4 day at the pl…
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In the 300th episode of BFMD, Justin and Patrick reminisce about where the podcast began and why they are still doing it. The guys discuss Alek Manoah's strong performance and how much more they need to see to regain trust. Ross Atkins met with the media and was asked some very pointed questions. The guys discuss his responses. Lastly, if things do…
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The Toronto Blue Jays lose another series, making it 8 straight series without a series win. The Blue Jays played their typical brand of baseball, great starting pitching, and not a lot of offense. Alek Manoah had an unbelievable day, pitching 7 scoreless innings only giving up 1 hit in the process. John Schneider finally gave in to the George Spri…
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Toronto Blue Jays discussion with MLB.com's Julia Kreuz Join Our Patreon. (Discord here) Follow the podcast on instagram @thewalkoffpodcast. On Twitter @walkoffpodcast We are of course, on YouTube. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.Toronto Blue Jays - Scott and Adam
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The Toronto Blue Jays have been very underwhelming so far this season. We are joined by Dallon Wilton, a previous #2 catching prospect in the EESS scouting system, to discuss different elements of the Blue Jays season up to this point. In this episode, we discuss the performances of individual players on this team, the future of the Blue Jays, the …
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The Toronto Blue Jays drop a tough game against the Baltimore Orioles, getting walked off by Adley Rutchsman. With the blown save by Jordan Romano, many people are calling for his head, saying that he is not a legitimate closer and that the Toronto Blue Jays should look elsewhere for a more reliable closing pitcher. We break down whether there is v…
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The Toronto Blue Jays game against the Baltimore Orioles got rained out on Tuesday afternoon, ruining any momentum the Blue Jays could’ve carried over to the next game. With the extra time today, we decided to break down where the Blue Jays are at in their season, and how they should go about shaping the future of this team. Looking at this team wi…
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Some interesting news came out today about a Toronto Blue Jays player picking up some trade interest from a division rival. Jordan Romano, among other bullpen arms, has been rumored to be linked to the Baltimore Orioles as Craig Kimbrel has been struggling to close games for them recently. We discuss the validity of these rumors and what it would t…
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A wild weekend of Toronto Blue Jays baseball ends with a series loss to the Minnesota Twins 2-1. This was a weekend that nobody could have predicted. The Toronto Blue Jays got an unbelievable start from Alek Manoah Sunday, they came back from a 7-1 deficit in game two, and Yusei Kikuchi pitched 8 innings in game 1. Vladimir Guerrero Jr was on fire …
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Adam and Scott discussed the current state of the Toronto Blue Jays, their chances of making the playoffs, and the performance of key players. They also explored potential personnel changes, team rebuild scenarios, and the implications of upcoming contract renewals. Lastly, they touched on the challenges faced by baseball players transitioning from…
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It is evaluation day on Locked on Blue Jays. With extra time due to a Toronto Blue Jays off day, your hosts decided to do some digging into individual Blue Jays stats, pointing out the good and the bad through 37 games this season. We cover everything in this episode, from star players to bench bats, to our aces, all the way to bullpen arms filling…
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Justin and Patrick take some time to discuss where Bo Bichette, Vladimir Guererro Jr, Danny Jansen, and Justin Turner are at up to this point of the season. What can we expect to see going forward from each? The guys preview the upcoming series vs the Twins.
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The Toronto Blue Jays beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-3, snapping the Phillies’ 11-game home winning streak. This was a more typical Toronto Blue Jays game, having great starting pitching, just enough offense to keep them ahead, and a solid performance from the bullpen. Chris Bassitt had a huge bounceback game, getting swings on pitches outside of…
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The Toronto Blue Jays lose another game, this one being against the Philadelphia Phillies 10-1. Jose Berrios got picked apart today, giving up eight runs in his first blow-up outing of the season. The offense continues to be subpar, only manufacturing one run in the game, while allowing the Phillies starting pitcher Christopher Sanchez to breeze th…
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Toronto Blue Jays mailbag covering the following topics: Spoilers, Zoom Watch Party, and Patreon Feedback Adam and Scott discussed their views on spoilers in media, with Adam expressing some frustration and Scott agreeing to be more careful with video titles. They then moved on to organize their next Zoom watch party, with Deb presenting several da…
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It is clear the Toronto Blue Jays offense has been subpar so far this season. As many fans have realized, the current Blue Jays batting order is not getting the job done. John Schneider’s huge line-up shuffle consisted of swapping Daulton Varsho and Bo Bichette in the batting order while keeping George Springer leading off. We have decided to help …
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Where do we go from here? The Toronto Blue Jays lose the series 2-1 to the Washington Nationals. This was undoubtedly the worst series of the year. The Blue Jays only scored three runs against the worst pitcher in all of baseball, Patrick Corbin. While Yusei Kikuchi was dialed in, going 6 innings strong of one-run ball, the bullpen found a way to t…
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Toronto Blue Jays Discussion With: Jordi Bott Sean Lecomber Baseball Jenn Hey_Commy (Joel Laflamme) Scott Belford Jeff (Geoff?) of The 40 40 Men podcast Join Our Patreon. (Discord here) Follow the podcast on instagram @thewalkoffpodcast. On Twitter @walkoffpodcast We are of course, on YouTube. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informa…
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