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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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Join The Athletic for just $3.99 a month! Visit: theathletic.com/spinrate Yes, a typical Sunday series pitted against a vicious division rival, what more suspenseful, intense, nail-biting affair could you ask fo...oh...it's 18-4? Wait, what?! 18 to FOUURRRR???? Toronto teed off on Boston in a most glorious fashion. A fashion in which two fashionabl…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 18-4 defeat of the Red Sox at Fenway. They discuss the offence exploding for eight (!) home runs, and are joined by Kevin Barker who breaks down the batting order, plus another great day for Robbie Ray (6:55). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and …
 
I don't know why I had to bleep out the word "leak." A.J. Andrews is so tired of the Blue Jays bullpen. She's tired of having to talk about it in only negative ways. Granted, they had some help Thursday and Friday, but that doesn't make her any less grumpy. She details just how the bullpen is paining her, and goes over some proposed solutions. John…
 
Cracks at the bottom of the Blue Jays’ lineup, on the bench, and in their bullpen, were especially easy to spot when contrasted with a very good White Sox team that got the better of them in their most recent series. On this week’s show, with a big (for June) weekend series against the Red Sox about to start, Stoeten and Nick take a look at those c…
 
After a third consecutive sub-par start and underlying numbers indicating he’s having a rough season, Hyun Jin Ryu is making some Toronto Blue Jays fans sweat. Should we be concerned about his long-term viability? What would it mean for the Blue Jays’ rotation if he’s struggling? Mark, Bryson and Jacob discuss a rough series against the Chicago Whi…
 
Chris Henderson of Jays Journal returns to the show to join Justin and Patrick for a look back at our preseason thoughts. Take a listen to hear who was right about Steven Matz, Nate Pearson, Marcus Semien, Jordan Romano and more! Who has been the biggest positive surprise? The biggest disappointment? The Jays are headed to Chicago to start a tough …
 
On episode 6, as a new month of the 2021 season dawns on the Blue Jays, Jackson reflects on the last month and some notable observations as of late. Then, he breaks down the bullpen's issues as well as Chatwood's struggles, before wrapping up the podcast with a look at a crucial stretch of games over the next few weeks, the state of the division, a…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 7-2 win over the Red Sox at Fenway. Kevin Barker joins them to discuss the five home runs, Vladmir Guerrero Jr being the frontrunner for AL MVP, Cavan Biggio’s three-hit night, and the outing from Steven Matz (4:10). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and gues…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ torturous 6-5 walk-off loss to the Red Sox at Fenway Park. They discuss the news that forearm tightness kept Jordan Romano out of the game, the decision to bring in Tyler Chatwood and Carl Edwards Jr., and what – if any – reinforcements could be on the way for the bullpen. The views and opinions …
 
Yet again the Blue Jays have dropped two games in a three-game series. The team had a nice winning streak going against the Yankees, Cleveland, and Miami, but they got shut down by a pair of contending teams in Houston and Chicago. On this post-White Sox series edition of BJN Radio, we welcomed writer and friend of the website Paul Berthelot on to …
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 5-2 loss to the White Sox in Chicago. Kevin Barker stops by to discuss Lourdes Gurriel Jr., the bullpen, and the latest start from Hyun-jin Ryu (3:35). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports &…
 
Such kind hosts in Chicago. One night after the Blue Jays' bullpen gifted the White Sox a victory, Toronto was the beneficiary of such a gift in a 6-1 decision. A.J. Andrews discusses how the White Sox' issues in the field needed to be taken advantage of and how important it was that Toronto actually managed to do it in spite of their best efforts,…
 
Sho Alli and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 6-2 win over the White Sox in Chicago. They discuss the Tim Anderson airmailed throw on a Hernandez 3-0 swing, the All-Star candidacy of Randal Grichuk and Marcus Semien, the great at-bats by Riley Adams, and the four hitless innings of relief pitching from Anthony Castro, Tyler Chatwood, Jordan …
 
Join The Atheltic for just $3.99 a month! Visit: theathletic.com/spinrate Drew welcomes 3Motion AI chief scientist, Dr. Mike Sonne, to Spin Rate! Dr. Sonne studies biomechanics and how bodies' motions can affect things like pitching...maybe even pitching that's assisted by certain substances. He and Drew unhinge the truth from fiction in the foreig…
 
As the weather shifts, so does the host's mood. The Blue Jays can't have nice things. Robbie Ray went out and K'd 13 White Sox, and the Blue Jays lost because of another bullpen meltdown, and an offense that squandered way too many chances to put the pressure on the AL Central leaders. A.J. Andrews does her best to get through the negative so she c…
 
Rob Wong and Sho Alli break down the Blue Jays’ 6-1 loss to the White Sox in Chicago. They discuss Robbie Ray’s terrific 13 K 0 BB game, the usage of the bullpen (especially the role of Trent Thornton), and whether or not Nate Pearson will be put back into the starting rotation upon his return to the majors. The views and opinions expressed in this…
 
Had chicken strips for dinner tonight, even. A.J. Andrews is in a better mood. Beach is good, getting a vaccine is good, Blue Jays went 3-2 at home. So why is she complaining? She starts with the offense, which suffered when Vladdy was unable to get going. Then, Tyler Chatwood and Charlie Montoyo earn her ire again for not knowing when to just stop…
 
The possibility of the Toronto Blue Jays actually returning to Canada got a big boost this week, as the NHL’s plan for playoff hockey received the official approval of the federal government. When might we see the Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre again? What’s holding them back? Mark, Bryson and special guest David also discuss Toronto’s latest serie…
 
Tyler and Cam are back with a fresh episode of BJN Radio to discuss the Jays dropping two of three to the Houston Astros this weekend. They kicked off the pod by talking about how boring the series was as a whole before getting into 3 up/3 down (pres. by Twig & Barry's) and discussing whether or not the Jays can return to Toronto this season. On to…
 
Join The Athletic for just $3.99 a month! Visit: theathletic.com/spinrate Drew and Kaitlyn chat about Friday's Astro-nomical flop versus Houston as well as Toronto's pitching problems in the series. Which pitching performance is more redeemable, Ryu's or Matz's? What's the state of the AL East? Drew and Kaitlyn maneuver through the best and worst i…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 6-3 loss to the Astros at Sahlen Field. Jeff Blair stops by to chat Rowdy Tellez’s struggles, when reinforcements might be coming for the rotation, plus a discussion on the Canadian border being opened for the Stanley Cup Playoffs and what that means for the Blue Jays playing games at Rogers Cent…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 6-2 win over the Astros to even the series at one game apiece. Kevin Barker stops by to break down the terrific afternoon (what else is new?) for Vladimir Guerrero Jr., plus evaluating the performances from Ross Stripling and Trent Thornton. (3:52). The views and opinions expressed in this podcas…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 13-1 loss to the Astros at Sahlen Field. Kevin Barker stops by to discuss the off night from ace Hyun-jin Ryu and what’s gone wrong recently with reliever Tyler Chatwood (1:53). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the p…
 
The Blue Jays season is one third of the way over, which makes it a perfect time take stock of where the team is at, and where it's going. This week Stoeten and Nick did just that by conjuring up some hot takes and playing some over/unders with the great Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet! Have a listen! And be sure to find us on your podcast app of …
 
Join The Athletic for just $3.99 a month! Visit: theathletic.com/spinrate Drew and Keegan Matheson, Blue Jays reporter for MLB.com, dip their oars into Blue Jays-waters and navigate the latest with the team. Keegan discusses Sahlen Field and its ambiance and whether Buffalo has been welcoming to the Jays. The guys react to Bo Bichette's late-game h…
 
After a two-game mini sweep of the Miami Marlins the Toronto Blue Jays prepare to welcome the Houston Astros to Sahlen Field. Justin and Patrick break down the Marlins series including a rough start for Alek Manoah. Marcus Semien was named MLB Player of the Month for May and carried that into June. Vladdy and Grich Daddy both had monster games whil…
 
The Blue Jays' return to Buffalo was a success! The team pulled off a two-game sweep of the Miami Marlins, winning the first game handily on the power of a strong start from Robbie Ray and then winning the second with a dramatic ninth-inning comeback. There was quite a bit of good to talk about from this mini-series, such as the bullpen returning t…
 
Major league start #2 is in the books for Alek Manoah, and it certainly didn’t go as planned. Is there any possibility the Toronto Blue Jays subject him to a similar fate as Nate Pearson? Bryson and Jacob discuss Toronto’s two-game sweep of the Miami Marlins, early MVP contenders and whether the team should consider extending AL Player of the Month…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 6-5 walk-off win over the Marlins at Sahlen Field. Kevin Barker stops by to discuss the terrific showing from the bullpen, Bo Bichette’s game-tying hit in the bottom of the ninth inning, and the home-field advantage that the Jays now finally have with cheering fans in attendance (4:49). The views…
 
Zach Pop is one of those pitchers writers love. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is very good. A.J. Andrews goes in-depth on this in this episode of the podcast. Plus she discusses Robbie Ray, Tim Mayza and Rafael Dolis all getting the bounce-back performances they needed, and she tees up Alec Manoah's second MLB start. She tries to keep herself restrained. F…
 
After a 4-2 road trip the Toronto Blue Jays head to Buffalo where they will play home games until the Canadian government lets them return to Toronto. Sahlen Field has been renovated and added to since last summer and promises to play and feel more like a big league park. Justin and Patrick recap the road trip through New York and Cleveland, talk b…
 
Could use a clearer head this week. Toronto is in the business of misery, and while A.J. Andrews isn't a conduit for the cries of Leafs fans, she does empathize a little bit how the Jays' recent road trip ended. She discusses Charlie Montoyo's decision to leave Tyler Chatwood in to do things Chicago fans know Tyler Chatwood does and why Montoyo sti…
 
Oh, boy. This one is a doozy. Charlie Montoyo made his most questionable decision yet in the Toronto Blue Jays’ 6-5 loss to Cleveland on Sunday, drawing fierce criticism and renewed calls for his firing. Just what the hell was he thinking? Does this tip the scales in favour of him being canned? In addition to keeping Tyler Chatwood in, did Montoyo …
 
Join The Athletic for just $3.99 a month! Visit: theathletic.com/spinrate Tyler Chatwood and the Blue Jays failed to secure the game-two win over Cleveland in the teams' Sunday double-header, leading both Drew and Kailtny to dig into Toronto's miscues. Plus, Ross Stripling's mechanical overhaul is bearing fruit, Kaitlyn shares her take on Alek Mano…
 
Do you like seven-inning games? Well, you'd have loved this weekend! The Blue Jays rolled into Cleveland to battle with Cleveland's baseball team and their local weather forecast. They took Friday's game in a rain-shortened seven-inning outing, they got cold weathered out on Saturday, and then split the final two games on Sunday. The finale on Sund…
 
This week, Jackson has some choice words for both Charlie Montoyo and Tyler Glasnow. He breaks down the disaster of a weekend vs Tampa Bay, and of course discusses the debut of top prospect Alek Manoah. We finish off the podcast this week with some info about the Tokyo Olympic Qualifiers taking place this week!…
 
Alek Manoah was everything the Blue Jays could have hoped for on Thursday. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. — a legitimate MVP candidate — has been everything the Jays could have hoped for all season. On episode of Blue Jays Happy Hour, Stoeten and Nick talk about those two very big, very important lads, plus Canadian baseball, a look ahead to the weekend ser…
 
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