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Jays Journal Podcast - September 12. "September Blues, April Joy."

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Jays Journal Podcast - September 12. "September Blues, April Joy."

As a plethora of reinforcements make their way to the true north, strong and free - the Blue Jays find themselves playing a rare brand of baseball which includes: clutch hitting, timely pitching, and outstanding defense against teams in dire need of victories. Last night's game against Baltimore and their recent series win against the (unfathomably bad) Tigers was further affirmation of the "September spectacle" put on display by the front office for all fans see.

In lieu of such circumstances, we are proud to bring you a formidable round table comprised of three heavyweight minor league aficionados who know a thing or two about elite prospects; Craig Borden (@Craigers1221) of Jays Journal, Jason Woodell (@JasonAtTheGame) of Prospects1500.com, and Jesse Goldberg-Strassler (@jgoldstrass), voice of the Lansing Lugnuts. Tune in and listen as they discuss:

What it means to witness youth on display during a lost season in September (2:30), how they collectively felt about hearing ESPN's Keith Law proclaiming Guerrero Jr. as the best prospect in all of MLB (7:49), thoughts on stretching Osuna into a starter and bridging the 2019 gap (19:01), if Biagini remains a viable option in the rotation moving forward (24:12), on the promise of Borucki (33:30), and how they will remember the 2019 season (39:31).

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