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The Walk Off - Toronto Blue Jays News

Toronto Blue Jays - Scott and Adam

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Toronto Blue Jays News show featuring weekly guests from the Toronto Blue Jays, and Blue Jays Prospects. Hosted by Scott Belford and Adam Mac. New Episodes every Friday, Plus a weekly Mail Bag Episode where Scott and Adam respond to your comments questions and DM’s
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Locked On Blue Jays - Daily Podcast On The Toronto Blue Jays

Locked On Podcast Network, Craig Ballard

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Locked On Blue Jays podcast is your daily ticket to stay ahead of the game and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the Toronto Blue Jays and Major League Baseball. Hosted by Brayden Ewasko and Carter Fuerst, the Locked On Blue Jays podcast provides your daily Blue Jays fix with expert, local analysis, and coverage of all aspects of the Blue Jays franchise. Locked On Blue Jays takes you beyond the scoreboard for the inside scoops on the biggest stories from withi ...
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Aren't you tired of baseball podcasts where the hosts are obviously smarter than you? Wouldn't it be nice if you could listen to a couple folks who admittedly aren't very bright at all so you could feel better and superior about your takes and level of knowledge while having some good times along the way? Well, you're in the right place. Less Than Jays. The People's Blue Jays podcast. From Jake Goldsbie & The Zubes comes a new show about the Toronto Blue Jays and life in general. Two weekly ...
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With the Toronto Blue Jays having an off day on Thursday, we decided to break down the Blue Jays pitching staff and their performances so far in 2024. The start to the season has been a whirlwind for this group, being plagued with injuries in the early weeks of the season. From Electrifying, dominant starts to huge blow ups, the Blue Jays pitching …
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The Blue Jays came close to sweeping the Seattle Mariners in the first home series of 2024 but lost game 3 in extra innings. Justin and Patrick discuss the strong performances from the starting pitchers, Justin Turner, Cavan Biggio, and Isiah Kiner-Falefa. Danny Jansen, Jordan Romano, and Erik Swanson are rehabbing for Buffalo, and Tim Mayza, Aleja…
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Juan Forno of the Walkoff Mariners joins us for a special Blue Jays crossover to break down the series and baseball news from around MLB. Join Our Patreon. (Discord here) Follow the podcast on instagram @thewalkoffpodcast. On Twitter @walkoffpodcast We are of course, on YouTube.Toronto Blue Jays - Scott and Adam
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The Toronto Blue Jays drop the final game of the series to the Seattle Mariners in extra innings, 6-1. Yusei Kikuchi was electric on the mound today, striking out 8 of the first 10 batters on his way to throwing 6 innings of one-run ball. The only source of Blue Jays' offense in today’s game was Vladimir Guererro Jr, smashing a baseball 459 feet of…
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The Toronto Blue Jays have won back-to-back games for the first time this season, taking the second game of the series against the Seattle Mariners 5-3. The Hound on the Mound got back to his dominant ways, throwing 6 and two-thirds innings of one-run ball, earning Bassitt his first quality start and win of the season. Bo Bichette launched his firs…
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Toronto Blue Jays should plug Daulton Varsho into the number 2 spot in the batting order, and have him bunt every single at bat. They would get more offensive production from him that way. Join Our Patreon. (Discord here) Follow the podcast on instagram @thewalkoffpodcast. On Twitter @walkoffpodcast We are of course, on YouTube.…
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The Toronto Blue Jays get a stellar day from Jose Berrios once again and take the first game of the series against the Seattle Mariners 5-2. This was a complete game from the offense and defense, getting solid production from the starting pitching, the bullpen, and the entire lineup. Davis Schneider continued his success at the plate with a crucial…
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The Toronto Blue Jays drop their second series in a row against the New York Yankees 2-1, ending the Blue Jays Road trip 4-6. This offense has been very underwhelming to start the season, hitting under 200 as a team through the first 10 games. Unfortunately, much of this series showed similarities to last season, with the Toronto Blue Jays lacking …
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The Toronto Blue Jays are not going to win many games scoring two runs over three games, while getting 1-hit and no-hit in two out of three of those games. This offense needs to switch something up. Whether it is new personnel in the lineup, a change in approach or just being better hitters, the Blue Jays need to score more runs. Toronto Blue Jays …
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The Toronto Blue Jays drop the game and the series against the Houston Astros 8-0. The Blue Jays survive getting no-hit for a second time this series due to a Daulton Varsho double being the only hit of the ball game. The Blue Jays were outscored 19-2 in this series and were very lucky Davis Schneider saved the season with a 9th-inning homerun. We …
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Davis Schneider saves the Toronto Blue Jays season with a 2-run home run in the top of the 9th inning. Schneider continues to break records, as that home run was the longest home run off a Josh Hader slider ever, hammering it 423 feet. Jose Berrios continues to be a huge asset for the Toronto Blue Jays, pitching a strong 6 innings and carving throu…
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The Toronto Blue Jays get no-hit by Ronel Blanco and the Houston Astros. After the Yankees beat up the Astros in the last 4 games, this is a tough pill to swallow for the Toronto Blue Jays. Bowden Francis got lit up by a pissed-off Astros lineup, going just over 5 innings and giving up 7 runs. The Blue Jays do the most Toronto Blue Jays thing ever …
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The Toronto Blue Jays split the opening weekend series 2-2 with the Tampa Bay Rays. After an 8-2 win Thursday, Chris Bassitt was solid in his first start, but the stats would not back him up. Untimely errors and a lack of hitting cost the Toronto Blue Jays that game. In the third game of the series, Yusei Kikuchi put together a mediocre outing, but…
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After a series split to open the season Justin and Patrick get together to dicuss the good and the bad from the first 4 games. The at bats look competitive, Vladdy is taking walks, and Justin Turner is doing what the Blue Jays signed him to do. The matchups are set for the series against the Astros who lost 4 games to the Yankees to start the seaso…
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Surprise! One extra episode is on the way for you. Dan Vogelbach grabbed an Opening Day 40 man slot at the expense of Yosver Zulueta (who we all learned about for no reason!), so I brought in the notorious Spencer to break down an admittedly fairly basic caricature of a Type Of Guy that has always existed in baseball. The Big Sluggin DH. If you're …
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Bo Bichette has continued to get better over his tenure as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays, adding more and more to his strengths while putting in the work to minimize his weaknesses. MLB dot com's Keegan Matheson joins the final episode of 40 in 30 to talk about the face of the Jays franchise.Less Than Jays
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The Toronto Blue Jays have beaten the breaks off the Tampa Bay Rays in their opening day game, scoring 8 runs in the process. It was the first game of the season, but this team had a different feel heading onto the field. We finally had some offensive production up and down the lineup, with major contributions from Alejandro Kirk, Cavan Biggio, Bo …
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WE ARE BACK. Toronto Blue Jays baseball is here. For the Opening weekend series, the Toronto Blue Jays will go to the Trop to take on the Tampa Bay Rays in a four-game series. Jose Berrios will take on Zach Eflin in game one, setting the stage for an AL East showdown. The Toronto Blue Jays come into this series with a depleted bullpen, with Erik Sw…
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Baseball is back every day for the next 8 months, starting TOMORROW! We are fired up, as there is a lot to be excited about for the Toronto Blue Jays. In this episode, we ask each other some questions regarding how we think different Blue Jays players will perform this season, who we are the most confident in, who will be the most important player …
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In the finale of the 2024 season preview Justin and Patrick discuss the bullpen and what impact the injuries to Jordan Romano and Erik Swanson will have. The guys break down expectations for each reliever and highlight specific areas that will determine their success or failure. Patrick takes us through the lightning round where he and Justin name …
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After two stellar seasons as the ace of the Blue Jays staff, Kevin Gausman is primed to continue to rise to the level of the game's elite pitchers. Old Reliable Andrew Stoeten stops by to look deeper at the best pitcher in the Jays rotation, and potentially one of the best in franchise history.Less Than Jays
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With Opening Day being 2 days away, we decided to lay out our bold takes for the 2024 season. We provide 6 Toronto Blue Jays Hot takes for this team, from who will be an everyday player to how many home runs Blue Jays players will hit this season. Which hot takes can you see panning out this season? Which players will overachieve this season? Which…
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In part 3 of the BFMD 2024 Blue Jays preview series Justin and Patrick discuss the rotation. What is the concern level with Gausman's health going into the season? How many starts might he miss? Can Berrios and Bassitt deliver repeat years of 2023? Will Yusei Kikuchi put an awful spring behind him? How much can we expect from Bowden Francis, Mitch …
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We're finally made it out of the wilderness everyone, spring training is over and we've got a season preview on the way. Check out a full episode full of best and worst feelings around individual players, the machinations of the bottom of the roster, and some bold predictions for the season overall.Less Than Jays
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In part 2 of the season preview series Justin and Patrick discuss what the rest of the position players bring to the lineup after covering the every day players in part 1. Can IKF do enough with the glove to make up for his below average hitting? Will Cavan Biggio or Davis Schneider claim every day roles? Is Ernie Clement a full season big leaguer …
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The Toronto Blue Jays have made their Opening Day roster decisions for position players on this team. Ernie Clement, Davis Schneider and Daniel Vogelbach have earned their spots, while Spencer Horwitz and Nathen Lukes were sent down in corresponding moves. The pitching situation could not be more opposite, with injuries lingering up and down the st…
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With the 2024 season around the corner Justin and Patrick bring you a BFMD tradition with their season preview series. This year we are doing things a bit different and dedicating 4 (maybe 5) episodes to adequately discuss each player that will break camp and look to make an impact with the Jays this year. In this episode the guys dicuss the positi…
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We've got an extra couple guest episodes around so why not share them! In honour of Jose Berrios being named Opening Day starter The much maligned WhyJays / Mr. Baby / aka White Silk joins the show to take a closer look at La Makina, a model of pitching consistency that had an odd hiccup in 2022 but managed to bounce back to his old self with a ste…
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Toronto Blue Jays: Bowden Francis, Ernie Clement, Santiago Espinal Traded, Davis Schneider catch, Nate Pearson year? and more Join Our Patreon. (Discord here) Follow the podcast on instagram @thewalkoffpodcast. On Twitter @walkoffpodcast We are of course, on YouTube.Toronto Blue Jays - Scott and Adam
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Anyone who remembers where they were when George Springer joined the Toronto Blue Jays also probably remembers that is was our friend BK live from the barber's chair as the one to break the news. Coming off a slightly disappointing season for Springer, BK takes up the mantle as a Springer Guy to look into the numbers and discover if there is any da…
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