What is going on with the Toronto Blue Jays offence?!
Justin and Patrick talk about why the Jays dropped 3 of 4 to the Kansas City Royals and highlight why the pitching is not to blame.
Vladdy continues to be one of the best hitters in baseball, and Steven Matz has won all 3 of his starts to start the season.
Next up is a date with the Red Sox at Fenway.
Help is on the way as George Springer, Teoscar Hernandez and Jordan Romano all near returns.
After Bo Bichette’s heroics got the Blue Jays back to .500 Justin and Patrick sat down to discuss the team’s current position.
The guys talked about the players who have impressed and disappointed them so far, and broke down the battle for bench positions and playing time.
Teoscar Hernandez tested positive for COVID-19 and was placed on the 10-Day IL along with Julian Merryweather. Nate Pearson, George Springer and Thomas Hatch are rehabbing and Robbie Ray made his season debut.
The Jays are off to Kansas City and Patrick provides a preview of the pitching matchups. That TBD guy sounds pretty elite. 0.00 ERA. Wow.
Tune in on Sunday for a breakdown of the action against the Royals and a preview for a brief stop at Fenway!
Thanks for listening!
After a 3-1 start for the Toronto Blue Jays, Justin and Patrick break down the series win against the Yankees and the win in the Rangers home opener.
Steven Matz was electric. Julian Merryweather is apparently the closer now, Jordan Romano and Ryan Borucki look scary good, and Rafael Dolis needs to get his sinker over for strikes.
Ryu was great on Opening day, Stripling got away with mistakes, and T.J. Zeuch earned another turn.
On offense, Vladdy and Grich Daddy are off to hot starts while Bo and Cavan are starting to heat up. Marcus Semien has been excellent with the bat and the glove and George Springer should be ready for the Home Opener!
The guys also talk All Star Game, Reds vs Cardinals, Yadi a Hall of Famer, and Lindor’s big extension.
We’ll be back Sunday night to break down the first “home” series against the Angels.
Chris Henderson of Jays Journal returns to the show to join Justin and Patrick for a Blue Jays season preview discussion. The guys get heated discussing Nate Pearson’s role of the team, confidence level in the rotation, lineup construction, the closer role, and season predictions for the team’s record. Which of us has the Jays missing the playoffs?
Make sure to give Chris a follow @Baseball4Brains on Twitter and read his content on jaysjournal.com. Thanks again Chris!
Justin and Patrick put a bow on Spring Training by recapping the last handful of games to tee up Opening Day vs the Yankees on Thursday.
We did it Jays fans! We survived the offseason. Enjoy meaningful baseball for the next 6 months!
After a horrifying 24 hours of Blue Jays injury news, Justin and Patrick sit down to dissect the situation and what it means for the team going forward.
Without their closer, who fills the 9th inning void? Will Springer and Ray be out long term? What does this mean for a rotation that already lost Nate Pearson?
With one week to go until Opening Day the guys give their opinions on who should earn the final roster spots. Has Josh Palacios passed Jonathan Davis, and will Trent Thornton snag a rotation spot?
This team is still VERY good but the injury bug is concerning. Stay tuned in the coming days for our next episode.
It’s a jam packed episode of BFMD!
Robbie Ray and Steven Matz are making the Blue Jays look like geniuses so far this spring. Justin and Patrick break down their performances along with the rest of the Jays over the past 3 days.
Tanner Roark delivered a stinker, Trent Thornton had a strong debut, and Vladdy kept on hitting.
Jonathan Davis and Josh Palacios continue to battle for the 5th outfielder role, and Tim Mayza makes his case for a bullpen spot.
Mike Trout is wasted, Salvador Perez got paid, you can buy a suite for Bitcoin in Oakland, Cubs prospect caught with a bunch of meth, and Jack Leiter threw a 16 strikeout no-hitter for Vanderbilt.
Justin and Patrick are back with another episode!
Who needs umpires? Not the Giants and Indians.
Thomas Hatch left today’s game with a right elbow injury. MRI coming but it didn’t look good.
Charlie Montoyo’s 2022 contract option was picked up meaning he will remain in charge for at least one more season beyond 2021.
T.J. Zeuch has a power sinker, Hyun-Jin Ryu is in mid-season form and the bullpen is looking like a huge strength.
We are TWO WEEKS from Opening Day! Get HYPE.
With less than three weeks to go until Opening Day the action is starting to heat up in Florida. Young prospects Alek Manoah and Simeon Woods Richardson continue to impress with Manoah striking out 7 Yankees in his start.
Alejandro Kirk is smashing baseballs while Robbie Ray and Steven Matz are raising confidence levels in the rotation.
Will this be Vladimir Guerrero Jr’s breakout season?
As Spring Training nears the halfway mark, Justin and Patrick recap the past three Blue Jays games. Vladdy is hitting missiles, Roark & Matz look good, and the bullpen is in midseason form!
MLB announced several experimental rules for the minor leagues including larger bases in Triple-A, limited shifts in Double-A, step off rules in High-A, and RoboUmps in Low-A.
The guys give their opinions on the rules, an update on Nate Pearson, the Rangers opening up at 100% capacity, and give a special message to Rheal Cormier who passed away this week.
Justin and Patrick are back again to keep you up to date on all Blue Jays spring training news and results.
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Should Trent Thornton be considered for the 5th starter role?
Does Josh Palacios move past Jonathan Davis as 5th outfielder if he keeps up his strong play?
Did the Jays miss out on Jake Odorizzi?
How much leash does Elvis Luciano have this spring before he is sent to the minor league site?