Fun. Not really. Today, we cover the most depressing, yet intriguing, of topics – the prospect of a rebuild. We also touch on the spot starts by Casey Lawrence and Mat Latos, take some of your questions, and, finally, discuss the month of April for the Blue Jays. Intro music: Copyright ACDC, 1990. Outro music: Copyright Adam Jesin, 2016. http://media.blubrry.com/thereshegoes/p/content.blubrry.com/thereshegoes/FINAL-There_She_Goes_Episode_7.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
Winning. It’s a feeling that is unforgettable – and indescribable – but so easily lost in even the shortest of droughts. That feeling is fresh after today. Charged by a Kendrys Morales grand slam in the third inning, the Blue Jays take their first win of the season over the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field in front of a small but (relatively) loud crowd of 12,678 fans (who raised a total of $121 in the 50/50 raffle). Marcus Stroman,…
Baseball is full of superstitions. Some are repeating – Tim Lincecum wore the same cap for the first five seasons of his major league career, in which he appeared on four all-star teams and won back-to-back Cy Young awards. Some are based on the beginning – Ken Griffey, Jr. once bought a Mercedes-Benz, but sold it when he realized he hadn’t collected a hit since he had purchased the car. It may not actually have anything to do with the…
In this weeks episode, we discuss the intricacies of Jose Bautista’s deal, answer your questions and recall the Scott Rolen trade of 2008 with Will, the owner of @360MapleLeafNews. Listen to the episode below!
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The postseason is a huge stage, and the stakes are only elevated in a do-or-die single game playoff match. Therefore, it’s crucial that Toronto picks the correct starter to pitch, but the choices are questionable. Have your say here!
Both Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion reach free agency this offseason, and both are sure to command large contracts. Who should the Blue Jays sign? Have your say!
History closed the door twice on Saturday, but Blue Jay fans rejoice with a 9-6 win, their first in two days.
He looks like a perfect ace – tall, lean, and a low ERA. History supports him, with a 2.45 ERA in the 2015 season. David Price seems as though he descended from heaven, uniform and all, to bless which ever team has enough money to buy him. But Price is better in Boston.