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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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Jays From the Couch presents episode 244 of our podcast. This week, we discuss the Toronto Blue Jays having been unable to land a significant offseason target. There are likely several reasons why and we discuss them. As well, we bring back a popular segment with our Hot Takes!על ידי Shaun Doyle, Karen Soutar & Steve Fekete
 
The New York Mets have officially traded for Francisco Lindor, taking him off the table for the Toronto Blue Jays to acquire. But could this actually help Toronto in the market for DJ LeMahieu and George Springer? Why is Marcus Stroman so mad at the Blue Jays for not getting Lindor? Mark, Bryson and Jacob also discuss MLB.com’s bold 2021 prediction…
 
You know, like when you're staring at the remaining Christmas candy and you know you shouldn't eat it but it's just sitting there? Those feelings. It has been a rough couple of days, in baseball and in the world at large. A.J. Andrews does her best to fight through all the pain she's been feeling to try and discuss what the heck the Blue Jays do no…
 
The Blue Jays didn't pull the trigger on Francisco Lindor. The Mets did. Justin and Patrick discuss whether the Blue Jays made the right call and what this means for the remaining Free Agent class. The Sugano sweepstakes ended with the Japanese star returning to Japan. The guys also talk World Junior Hockey Championship and make NFL playoff predict…
 
I'm not feeling much of a difference between 2020 and 2021 yet. I blame the snow. A.J. Andrews made a resilution to stop recording all her podcasts in the wee hours of the morning, and she's sticking to it with this first episode of 2021! Now she wants to hold the Blue Jays to their resolution of getting more talent in the organization via free age…
 
Happy New Year's y'all. Look forward to all the discussion in the next year about this team. We have come to the finale as A.J. Andrews delivers her final episode counting down the Top Five Most Important Blue Jays of the 2020 season. For some people, the top slot is not a surprise, but it might be unearned in the eyes of others. Yes, her selection…
 
See, now this is where I'm going to expect the yelling to start. Because y'all are smart and can put two and two together from here. A.J. Andrews is in the homestretch of her countdown ahead of New Year's Day, and her number two selection should really get the people talking. Because that means someone else is at number one and given the criteria o…
 
Yup. Continuing to be super mysterious about this list. Doesn't help the SEO, but the intrigue! It's palpable! At least until she spoils it shortly after starting this episode. For now though, A.J. Andrews continues her ranking of the Top Five Most Important Blue Jays of 2020 with a look at the top MVP-vote-getter among Blue Jays players this seaso…
 
The most obvious answer is the correct one, but I'm trying to filler out the Spotify description so it's kind of a mystery. A.J. Andrews continues her countdown of the Top Five most important Blue Jays of 2020 and number four takes us into the outfield for the first time, and maybe he should have been referenced in the famous sons talk, but hey! My…
 
Let the arguments begin. A.J. Andrews kicks off her Top Five list of the Most Important Blue Jays of 2020 with the only one of the famous three MLB sons to make it onto the countdown. While she has her reasons for excluding the other two, mostly for reasons that this is a Top Five list and not a "Rank All the Blue Jays" list, what Cavan Biggio did …
 
Gotcha. Sorry. It'll be worth it though! A.J. Andrews is counting off the remaining few days of this hellscape year with a Top Five list of her most important Blue Jays of 2020! She knows that lists are catalysts for well-argued debate and civil discourse, so get ready for a lot of that! She starts by naming some honorable mentions, three each from…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays have officially missed out on Korean star Ha-Seong Kim, reportedly because they refused to ensure he wouldn’t be sent to the minors. Is that a huge mistake? Why is watching the San Diego Padres make all these moves so frustrating? Mark, Bryson and Jacob also reflect on 2020 and make predictions for 2021. Follow @section138pod …
 
Javi Reyes must be cartwheeling right now. A.J. Andrews returns from another period where her mental health has failed her to discuss just what happened in MLB on Dec. 28. And by MLB, we mean in San Diego, since they did everything. She discusses what Blake Snell leaving the AL East, Ha-Seung Kim signing on with the Padres and the Cubs giving up on…
 
There continues to be little to no movement in the Free Agent market. Justin and Patrick are here to provide any Blue Jays updates. Jonathan Davis gives back, Charlie Montoyo is pumped about the team, and Vladdy is back at 3B in the Dominican League. Have a safe holiday season!
 
JFtC presents Ep243 of our podcast. This week, we are given a deeper understanding of the Tampa Bay Rays from Michael Lortz of Tampa Bay Baseball Market. We also discuss the Rays & Blue Jays and how they may match up in a potential deal. We also hear about Michael's book: Curveball at the Crossroads.…
 
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has lost weight and is showing off in the Dominican Winter League. Should the Toronto Blue Jays move him back to third base? Mark, Bryson and Jacob also discuss delaying the start of the season to vaccinate players and Cleveland’s name change. EZ Private Pitching Clinics is offering virtual clinics that allow you to work on al…
 
No offense to Tyler White, but come on. With only minor league signings to talk about before, A.J. Andrews discusses why the major league signings haven't been forthcoming with the Blue Jays. Using the Toronto Star's Gregor Chisholm's recent column as a framing device, she discusses the cause-and-effect that most signings will have on the team and …
 
At least the host is used to birthdays with minimal people, so this pandemic one was no problem. Fresh off a day of cupcakes and new clothes, A.J. Andrews is back, slightly older but just as wise. She unwraps the present that the Blue Jays got her for her birthday: three minor-league signings! Two of whom should be very familiar to Blue Jays fans! …
 
Jays From the Couch presents Ep242 of our podcast. This week, we chat with Craig Toth of Bucs in the Basement about Blue Jays & Pirates deals, past & future. From Jose Bautista to JA Happ to Travis Snider to Joe Musgrove, we have lots of fun for your listening pleasure.על ידי Shaun Doyle
 
With the offseason moving at a snail’s pace, Mark, Bryson and Jacob discuss how the Toronto Blue Jays might get screwed over if they don’t sign someone soon. They also discuss the ramifications of James McCann signing with the New York Mets, minor league realignment, Josh Thole as Mike Wilner’s replacement, and the Tampa Bay Rays moving to Montreal…
 
All those rumours and this is what I get? Yes, this is what she gets. The Blue Jays filled out their 40-man roster, and not in ways that the fans have been expecting. A.J. Andrews discusses what Walker Lockett and Anthony Castro bring to the table that the Mariners and Tigers didn't want to keep around. Spoiler: they may not be around long enough t…
 
Give the people what they want... eventually... A.J. Andrews returns with a long-awaited episode discussing why the Blue Jays shouldn't sign Marcell Ozuna or Kyle Schwarber. The point should be obvious, but it does allow her to dovetail in the Winter Meetings in general and what the Blue Jays did not do. Plus, James McCann signed a four-year deal w…
 
Justin and Patrick are back for another round of breaking ne-- just kidding. Nothing is happening! After a run through the rumour mill and all of the speculation surrounding free agents, the guys get to grading the 2020 Blue Jays rotation. OH BOY were they bad outside of Hyun-jin Ryu. Wow. Thanks as always for listening!…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays are back in the news with Francisco Lindor, this time with an added player: Lourdes Gurriel Jr., who Cleveland “would love” to get in a trade. Would you make a Lindor for Gurriel trade? Without a guaranteed contract extension, should the Blue Jays even entertain this deal? We also discuss the Blue Jays non-tendering AJ Cole an…
 
Jays From the Couch presents Ep241 of our podcast. This week, Shaun Doyle welcomes Toronto Blue Jays reliever, Jordan Romano. You'll hear him talk about everything from the new facilities in Dunedin, to analytics to his future role.על ידי Shaun Doyle
 
So many outfielders... With 59 players being non-tendered this week, A.J. Andrews needed help sorting through them all. So she turned to Josh Neighbors of Locked On Nationals and the two hosts combine to discuss who their respective teams can target, why so many players were non-tendered, and how much A.J.'s obsession with making Brad Hand a Blue J…
 
You can hum "Kids in America" now. I am. Thanks Len. With MLB.com updating its rankings of MLB prospects, A.J. Andrews assesses Mike Rosenbaum's assessment of the Blue Jays farm system and where some of the top prospects are. She notes the success the Toronto front office has had at making their high-value picks count, and how that set the team up …
 
2020 is doing it's best to go out with a bang. A.J. Andrews is not doing great. She discusses the news that a couple of friends got, one on a more personal level, the other on a more Blue Jays-relevant level. With the news that Mike Wilner would not be doing play-by-play for Sportsnet this season, she discusses what made the friend of the show so g…
 
Jays From the Couch presents Ep240 of our podcast. This week, we discuss all things Blue Jays with baseball insider, Shi Davidi. You'll hear him touch on the stadium news, George Springer and a number of other Blue Jays rumours.על ידי Shaun Doyle
 
This week, we got the biggest bombshell in years: Rogers wants to demolish the Rogers Centre and replace it with a new, baseball-only stadium. Why are fans so upset with this news? What are the sticking points in the process? Where will the Blue Jays play while the new stadium is built? We’ll discuss that, along with the names Toronto has been inte…
 
Unlike the NBA, MLB free agency is spinning its tires. Justin and Patrick are hear to break down the rumours, update you on Vladdy's offseason, and to talk Hall of Fame. Will anyone be elected to the Hall this year? Thanks for listening! Please leave us a review.
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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