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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 ...
 
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WARNING: THIS PODCAST CONTAINS OVERWHELMING GOOD VIBES. The Toronto Blue Jays are coming off a SERIES SWEEP of the Kansas City Royals as they play some of their best baseball in years. They’re playing in front of a home crowd and have the energy of a late-season postseason push, and it’s making them the most fun team in baseball. Vladimir Guerrero …
 
July 30th, 2021, was a day that will be chiseled into Blue Jays fans' DNA for years to come. After a two-year hiatus from Toronto, the birds finally returned to their nest and defended the Rogers Centre splendidly. Drew and Kaitlyn describe the emotions of last Friday to the best of their abilities and share sentiments from players, Jays' personnel…
 
Now how will you know what color my hair was without watching? The Blue Jays did things at the deadline, and A.J. Andrews is excited enough to talk about them again! She discusses the Jays' big move for José Berríos and why he was the athlete Toronto needed to land at the deadline, why Austin Martin and Simeon Woods Richardson were expendable enoug…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ return to Rogers Centre with a 6-4 win over the Royals. They discuss the trades made by Toronto at the trade deadline, the price paid for Jose Berrios, and where they rank Santiago Espinal’s game-ending defensive play. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and gu…
 
The Blue Jays and kicking the crap out of the Texas Rangers — name a more iconic duo. We learned on Friday that the Blue Jays are FINALLY coming home on July 30! The team seemed to be charged up by that so they went ahead and pounded the Rangers by a score of 10-2, powered by perhaps Vladdy's biggest homer of the season. The game on Saturday was ra…
 
Rob Wong breaks down the Blue Jays’ 7-2 win over Cleveland at Rogers Centre. He’s joined by Kevin Barker, and they discuss the terrific seven innings by Hyun-jin Ryu, another lead-off homer from George Springer, and Teoscar Hernandez’s great night (1:42) The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not n…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 5-2 extra innings loss to Cleveland at Rogers Centre. They discuss the bullpen meltdown, specifically from Brad Hand, and dive into the team’s late-game offensive struggles with Baseball Central’s Jeff Blair. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and d…
 
The Blue Jays' homecoming couldn't have gone better. After nearly two years away from Toronto, the Blue Jays returned home and treated the fans to an absolute ass-kicking of the Kansas City Royals. Not only had the team been away for a long time, but this weekend's games featured the first playoff atmosphere at the Rogers Centre since the 2016 Amer…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 5-1 win to sweep away the Royals at Rogers Centre. Kevin Barker stops by to talk Santiago Espinal’s play at the plate after another home run, Jose Berrios’ first start as a Blue Jay, and Tim Mayza with another great effort for the bullpen (0:52). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast a…
 
Sho Alli and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 4-0 win over the Royals at Rogers Centre. They get into Alek Manoah’s sterling start – seven shutout innings from the rookie – and also discuss the relief pitchers, starting with Adam Cimber. Afterwards, they chat about the addition of Jose Berrios to the starting rotation, and whether or not one…
 
The trade deadline is officially in our rear-view mirror, and what a deadline it turned out to be. The Toronto Blue Jays acquired José Berríos, Brad Hand and Joakim Soria and parted ways with two of their top prospects, Austin Martin and Simeon Woods-Richardson. It was a big asking price for Berríos and perhaps the biggest prospect haul of any dead…
 
The trade deadline is over! José Berríos is a member of the Blue Jays! Austin Martin and Simeon Woods Richardson are not! Brad Hand! Joakim Soria! Stupid Yankees! It’s all here as we react to a wild day in the major leagues of baseball here on this week’s edition of Blue Jays Happy Hour. • Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blue-…
 
All things considered, that was a pretty good week. The Blue Jays rolled into Fenway and took two of four from the first-place team in the American League. They suffered a heartbreaker on Monday, the game was rained out on Tuesday, Robbie Ray guided the team to a win with an ace start on Wednesday, Steven Matz had a tough go in the night cap, and t…
 
Sho Alli and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 13-1 win over the Red Sox at Fenway Park. They chat about the stellar offensive performance from the bats, another terrific outing from Hyun-jin Ryu, the trade that brought reliever Brad Hand to Toronto, and whether or not Bo Bichette is the shortstop of the future. Kevin Barker stops by and he d…
 
Sho Alli and Josh Goldberg break down the two games at Fenway Park, a 4-1 win and a 4-1 loss against the Red Sox. After G1, they discuss Robbie Ray’s stellar outing, plus what kind of contract it might take to keep him in a Blue Jays uniform. After the G2 loss, they break down the struggles by both Steven Matz and the offence, plus discuss the news…
 
More fun than a rain delay. The trade deadline approaches and A.J. Andrews has some idea for what the Blue Jays can spend their product capital on. First, with rumours linking Toronto as a potential player for Texas' Joey Gallo, she examines what that would mean for Cavan Biggio and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. and what Gallo would do for the lineup. Then s…
 
Le sigh. The Blue Jays are in a tailspin. Yes it's against the two division leaders in the East but losing five of six still doesn't feel great. Especially when it's the bullpen again giving up leads. A.J. Andrews discusses Jacob Barnes and Steven Matz not being able to capitalize against the eight former Blue Jays on the Mets, Trevor Richards not …
 
Rob Wong and Sho Alli break down the Blue Jays’ 5-4 loss to the Red Sox at Fenway Park. They discuss the usage of the bullpen, including Trevor Richards returning for the eighth inning, and the sparkling outing from submariner Adam Cimber. Kevin Barker stops by, and he breaks down the new batting order, plus the short start from Thomas Hatch (3:37)…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays continued their second-half struggles in a series loss to the New York Mets, but the bright spot is a new-look lineup that appears to be clicking. Why did it take so long for George Springer to move back up to the leadoff spot? Should Alejandro Kirk be batting higher than eighth? What about Vladimir Guerrero Jr. in the two-hol…
 
This is the week that will determine whether the Blue Jays believe they are a postseason contender. Before Drew and Kaitlyn propose a bevy of trade hypotheticals, they recap Toronto's troubles in the Big Apple. Drew lays out his defense for the Jays' 'Process vs. Progress'. Although the club dropped a pair to the Mets, the reshuffled lineup was a s…
 
What a rollercoaster that was. The Blue Jays, fresh off of an ugly two-game set with the Red Sox badly in need of some wins, rolled into Flushing to face the Mets. They got shut down on Friday, exploded on Saturday, and then lost a heartbreaker on Sunday. One step forward, two steps back. Me and BK discussed the team's new lineup composition, why i…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 5-4 loss to the Mets at Citi Field to wrap up the series. They discuss the decision to bring in Jacob Barnes, debate being sellers vs. buyers at the trade deadline, and also break down the other teams in the hunt for the Wild Card. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the…
 
Rob Wong and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays’ 10-3 win over the Mets at Citi Field. They bring in Ben Wagner (7:36), and together discuss the reshuffled batting order, Hyun-jin Ryu’s season so far, and the outstanding evening from George Springer. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not n…
 
The trade deadline is fast approaching, the the Toronto Blue Jays have more than a little work to do — especially after the Tampa Bay Rays added slugger Nelson Cruz on Thursday night. Who are they targeting? Who will other teams be targeting? What have Mark Shapiro’s teams done historically at the deadline? That’s what we’re talking about this week…
 
Drew welcomes Rob Wong, host of Blue Jays Baseball and Jays Talk on Sportsnet 590, to Spin Rate! The birds of a feather flock towards a recent development in the AL East, the Rays acquiring slugger, Nelson Cruz. What does this transaction portend for Toronto? Was Nelson a checkbox on the Jays' trade deadline wishlist? On this hypothetical wishlist,…
 
Ross Stripling had one of the worst starts of the season on Monday, giving up six runs and recording just one out. Is it time to move him to the bullpen, like many fans are suggesting? Who do you replace him with? Mark, Bryson and Jacob also discuss what the Blue Jays’ approach should be to the trade deadline after a sweep at the hands of the Bosto…
 
That was ugly! The Blue Jays got smashed on Monday, rained out on Tuesday, and then they lost an incredibly frustrating game on Wednesday against a struggling starter with their ace on the mound. Oof. With Tyler on vacation, me and BK talked about the Red Sox series, why they might not actually be frauds, especially with Chris Sale nearing a return…
 
It's a good thing the host was playing sports instead of watching them on Monday... oh wait... A well-timed rain delay gave the Blue Jays and host A.J. Andrews some time to think after just what happened on Monday night. She discusses how quickly and aggressively the Red Sox put any thoughts that the Blue Jays' starting pitching behind its big thre…
 
I'll be happy with this full vaccine protection, that's for sure. Happy I get to go back to Toronto because of it. After letting the antibodies course through her system, and fighting through the aches, pains and brain fog in the process, A.J. Andrews is coming back strong like the Blue Jays out of the All-Star break! She discusses Vlad Jr. setting…
 
In honor of "Old Town Road", Vlad's first walk-up song at Rogers Centre, the Jays' were going to ride their offense 'til they couldn't no more in their series sweep of the Rangers. What was the biggest takeaway in the series? (Spoiler alert: Aside from the offense, pitching. Full stop. Pitching.) Drew and Kaitlyn confabulate about the Jays' second-…
 
It’s Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s world, we’re all just living in it. This week MLB’s annual All-Star game was held in Denver, and the largest of our adult sons made a huge splash, leading the American League to victory and taking home the game’s MVP award. It was also draft week! So, even though there weren’t a lot of Blue Jays games to talk about, the…
 
Fresh off the MLB All-Star Game, Drew and special guest Jeff Paternostro, lead prospect writer for Baseball Prospectus, discuss prospects with the potential to achieve an All-Star honor within the Blue Jays farm system, or just evaluate the young professionals in general. With the MLB Draft taking place within the last week, Drew and Jeff start the…
 
It might be the All-Star break but The Content never sleeps! We did a special edition of BJN Radio this week, talking about the Toronto Blue Jays beating the National League in the All-Star game thanks to a monster homer from Vladdy, a double from Teoscar Hernandez, and an RBI from Marcus Semien. After that, we welcomed MLB.com jack-of-all-trades b…
 
We’re officially halfway through the 2021 season. It’s been a journey to get here for the Toronto Blue Jays, but we’re still standing at the midway point. Mark, Bryson and Jacob dish out seven awards for first half performances and announce the results of the fan vote, which collected over 33,000 votes. Subscribe to Section 138 on YouTube for video…
 
As an homage to the Barenaked Ladies, I'm learning more and more about Canadian pop culture every day, "it's been one week since" you've listened to Drew and Kaitlyn together and, much "like Snickers, guaranteed to satisfy". Ole Miss pitcher, Gunnar Hoglund, was drafted 19th overall by Toronto in the MLB First Year Player Draft. Kaitlyn shares what…
 
At only a few games over .500 as the trade deadline approaches, Mark and Bryson ask the question: Should the Toronto Blue Jays trade Marcus Semien and Robbie Ray? They’re both on expiring contracts and could command a large pool of talent in return. What would it do to Toronto’s morale if they sold at the deadline? What are the potential benefits? …
 
As usual, times at The Top weren't the best. The Blue Jays' bats went limp on Friday and Saturday but they managed to avoid being swept by the Rays thanks to Robbie Ray throwing a seven-inning one-hitter on Sunday. The team is now heading into the All-Star break with a good-not-great 45-42 record, so there's plenty of work to be done in the second …
 
Gotta keep the episodes flowing while the momentum is there! It's series preview time! A.J. Andrews takes a look at the Blue Jays' upcoming three-game set with the Rays that will take them into the All-Star break. She goes over what the Blue Jays need from their starting pitchers (spoiler, it's more of the same stuff they did last week), goes over …
 
The Jays made another trade this week, ending the Rowdy Tellez era by sending him to Milwaukee in exchange for another bullpen upgrade in the form of Trevor Richards. It’s not quite a blockbuster, but another move in the right direction for the 2021 Blue Jays, who look like they might be in for a very active July on the trade front. This week we ta…
 
It’s Trade Deadline Central for the Toronto Blue Jays right now. Coming off a two-game split against the Baltimore Orioles, the Blue Jays have acquired Trevor Richards and Bowden Francis from the Milwaukee Brewers for Rowdy Tellez. They’re also rumoured to be interested in Nelson Cruz and Craig Kimbrel. Does it make any sense for Toronto to try to …
 
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