Jays Journal Podcast - June 24. "Restless in Kansas City."
On tonight's show we look at a challenging day for the Toronto Blue Jays as they drop another decision to the Royals while dealing with the recent news surrounding Roberto Osuna.
First, we're joined by Dr. Kristina Reihl (2:10), a licensed clinical and sports psychologist whose expertise involves dealing with the stigma associated with mental illnesses. She offers us her thoughts on the news surrounding Osuna's emotional health and takes a closer look at what anxiety means to professional athletes and the foreboding statistics associated with modern day health and wellness. (@DocReihl)
Next, Mathew Tsang (11:30), a photographer with the Jays Care foundation, visits with us to discuss the origins of his craft, his candid thoughts on the power and influence of baseball images, and the crucial value of organizations like Jays Care and Pitch Talks when it comes to our communities and the next generation of baseball fans. (@MathewTsang, @JaysCare, @PitchTalks)
Finally, making his long-awaited debut on this podcast, Colin Teskey (22:15) of the Fan 590 joins us to offer a contextual appreciation of the current Blue Jays struggles while offering up his earnest thoughts and childhood memories of Roy Halladay. Be sure to check out his critically acclaimed show: "The Good, the Bad, and the Teskey." (@TeskeyRadio, @Fan590)
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