Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Jays Journal Podcast - September 8. "In Youth We Trust."

  • Broadcast in Baseball
  • 0 comments
Jays Journal Podcast

Jays Journal Podcast

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Jays Journal Podcast.
h:1070905
s:10259839
archived

Jays Journal Podcast - September 8. "In Youth We Trust."

After bitterly disappointing battles against the Orioles and Red Sox which featured three extra-inning games lasting over 44 gut-wrenching total innings, the Toronto Blue Jays find themselves returning home to face an even more unfathomably disappointing Detroit team in the time-honored role of September spoilers.

We're thrilled to be back after a week off to bring you a magnificent round table featuring three baseball minds that will leave you breathless and wanting more: Ainka Jess (@Shes4Sports), Chris Henderson (@Baseball4Brains), and Tao of Stieb (@TaoofStieb). Together with host Ari Shapiro, these three intrepid diamond philosophers offer us their candid opinions on:

Keith Law's declaration of Vlad Guerrero Jr. as the best prospect in MLB (3:01), if a concern exists with how the Blue Jays current regime will handle their two all-world elite prospects scheduled for 2019 (9:31), on the trials and tribulations of Roberto Osuna and if he should be considered as a future starter (12:55), the future of Kevin Pillar (18:31), if this roster has what it takes to compete in 2018 with their current talent and a spot of luck (23:51), how a financial investment in this team today will spell dividends for tomorrow (28:02), why Kendrys Morales is in the same boat as Troy Tulowitzki (33:46), and the sad irony of expensive and underperforming veterans (37:51).

Tonight's episode was brought to you by: Cloudwifi (cloudwifi.ca). Do you live in a condominium and are paying too much for internet? Surf faster and save money by getting your building on-board for a chance to win a pair of season tickets for the 2018 Toronto Blue Jays regular season. E-mail bluejays@cloudwifi.ca today and see if you qualify.

Comments

 comments