Baseball is back, baby! On the eve of the 2019 season, join Matt Di Nicolantonio and Asher Roth as they discuss all things Blue Jays. Of course, they start with an update on Vladimir Guerrero Jr. When will he arrive? How impactful can he be? What are the ramifications on the rest of the roster? […]
After a long hiatus, Matt & Asher are back to discuss September call-ups like Teoscar Hernandez and Richard Urena, as well as other prospects in the Blue Jays’ system. Which young players might be around next season? What role will players like Joe Biagini, Lourdes Gurriel Jr and Carlos Ramirez play? And it’s a September-themed […]
As the Blue Jays creep closer to .500, Asher & Matt discuss the new injuries and what it means for the situations in left field and at second base. Who are some names to consider to fill in at those positions? Should we be worried about Marco Estrada? Does the rise of Dwight Smith Jr […]
Ahead of J.A. Happ’s return to the rotation, Matt & Asher discuss the return to health of the Blue Jays’ pitching staff. What to do when everyone is healthy? Does Joe Biagini go back to the bullpen, or start at AAA? What about Francisco Liriano? We also apologize to Justin Smoak, and tip our cap […]
In their milestone 25th episode, Asher and Matt reflect on yet ANOTHER Blue Jays injury and lament what to do moving forward. In doing so, they reveal a surprising opinion about Ryan Goins, but also ponder potential roster changes and other musings about later in the season.
Hours before Marcus Stroman’s reported injury and panic starts anew, Matt and Asher (finally)break down the Blue Jays’ slow start to the season, and who is to blame. What are realistic expectations for the club for the rest of the season? And, as uncomfortable as it is, is it time to start talking about trading […]
As Spring Training (finally) draws to a close, Asher & Matt discuss some of the Jays injured players and fringe roster decisions. Some players have shown cause for concern—so Dr. DiNic stops by to instruct how worried we should be. And Name That Jay takes an Opening Day twist.