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In this episode, Greg and Josh discuss the shaky rotation behind Hyun-jin Ryu and who is likely to be in the mix for a potential postseason series, as well as how the new postseason rules affect that decision should the Jays reach the ALDS. They also talk about the bullpen structure and how recent blowout losses don't really reflect the state of th…
 
Greg, Josh and Nick take a look at the recent news and play of a surging Jays club. They discuss the injury to Teoscar Hernández and the hitters that have picked up the slack lately to help cover for the slugger's absence, the toll the starting pitchers have been taking on the battered relief corps and the excellence of the latter group and the pen…
 
Greg and Josh discuss a very busy week in Blue Jays baseball. They begin by going over all four deadline-ish deals, starting with Ross Stripling, then going in reverse chronological order through Jonathan Villar, Robbie Ray and arguably the biggest pickup, Taijuan Walker. They talk about the impact the players could have, how some of them could see…
 
Greg and Josh discuss the latest news in Blue Jays land including Randal Grichuk's hot streak and change in approach, the injuries to Bo Bichette and Nate Pearson, the improving offence, a vintage performance from Hyun-jin Ryu, an unexpected bullpen ace and some issues with the mental side of the game. They also answer listener questions and give o…
 
Greg and Josh discuss the week that was for the Blue Jays. They talk about the very strong work from the bullpen of late, especially sudden standouts Ryan Borucki and Jordan Romano, the very impressive and encouraging recent start from Hyun-jin Ryu, and some ups and downs in the rotation otherwise. They also turn their focus towards the extremely s…
 
Greg and Josh discuss the latest week of news in Blue Jays land. They talk about Charlie Montoyo's confusing management decisions, the great work from the starting rotation, Teoscar Hernández' incredible start, Nate Pearson's debut and some issues with Hyun-jin Ryu's early season velocity. They also answer listener questions, give a Gold Star to Da…
 
Greg and Josh discuss the latest news from Blue Jays land including Vlad Jr. moving to first base, Travis Shaw's misstep on quarantine, the surprising readiness of the rotation, the battle for the fifth starter with Chase Anderson's injury, Toronto's lack of a regular season home and what it's been like watching intrasquad games on tv. Finally they…
 
Dr. Mike Sonne, Chief Scientist at ProPlay AI, stop by the podcast (25:00) to discuss his new product, PitchAI. He discusses how PitchAI can capture and break down pitching mechanics with the use of a cell phone, how he and his team came up with the idea, how Blue Jays' top prospect Nate Pearson got involved with the company, and what this could me…
 
Greg, Josh and Nick discuss the pending return of baseball. They first discuss the general concept of the sport returning and the challenges that must be overcome in order for play to resume successfully before looking into the 60 game schedule and its accompanying rules affects the Blue Jays. They talk about how the team can take advantage of thei…
 
Greg and Josh continue their look back at Blue Jays history during the COVID-19 shutdown, this time shining the spotlight on the greatest (and a couple worst) individual game performances over the life of the franchise. They include some of the highest highs, club records, goofy moments and a couple of true disasters that people would like to forge…
 
Former Blue Jays' great, Pat Hentgen, stops by to discuss his incredible 1996-1997 seasons (26:35) as part of an overall historical look back at great seasons on underperforming ballclubs. Hentgen talks about his struggles to get going in 1995, the impact of Devon White and Roberto Alomar, learning from Charlie O'Brien and Dave Stieb, the mentality…
 
Throughout the shutdown of MLB caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, ATW will be doing looks back at various aspects of franchise history, from the draft to award winners and snubs to interesting pennant races and more. This week, Greg and Josh look back at the Toronto Blue Jays history with end of season awards and what they meant to the franchise and …
 
Throughout the shutdown of MLB caused by the Covid-19 panic, ATW will be doing looks back at various aspects of franchise history, from the draft to award winners and snubs to interesting pennant races and more. This week, Greg and Josh look back at the Toronto Blue Jays' trading history. Starting with the slightly slower early era that built to a …
 
Throughout the shutdown of MLB caused by the Covid-19 panic, ATW will be doing looks back at various aspects of franchise history, from big trades to award winners and snubs to interesting pennant races and more. In the first episode of the series, Greg and Josh look back the the Blue Jays' history with the draft. They discuss the early success tha…
 
Matthew Kory of the Red Sox Coast to Coast Podcast stops by (19:45) to preview the Boston Red Sox for the upcoming season. He discusses the recent injury issues for Chris Sale and the effect on the Red Sox rotation, the still-solid offense and the mercurial Andrew Benintendi, the how and why of the Mookie Betts-David Price trade, the loss of Alex C…
 
Greg and Josh go over the stories from the first week of spring training including Hyun-Jin Ryu's first start, Nate Pearson's powerful debut and the inability for fans to watch it, Pearson's extreme unlikelihood to make the opening day roster, Vlad's work to lift the ball more and the early results not reflecting the process, Anthony Alford's early…
 
Spring Training has arrived, so Greg and Josh discuss some actual news in the World of the Blue Jays (and baseball at large). They go over the surgery undergone by top prospect Eric Pardinho and its effect on his development, the unfortunate incident involving Reese McGuire, a couple of new MiLB reliever signings, the latest in the ongoing Astros' …
 
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