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

Jays Journal Podcast - October 2. "Only The Young Can Say."

  • Broadcast in Baseball
Jays Journal Podcast

Jays Journal Podcast


Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Jays Journal Podcast.

Jays Journal Podcast - October 2. "Only The Young Can Say."

As the Toronto Blue Jays closed out what will long be remembered as an easily forgotten season with a 2-1 victory over the Bronx Bombers, many important questions linger that will substantially influence the mindset of fans as they brace themselves for a 2018 season of serious transition and identity re-alignment. 

We're overjoyed in having two of the best baseball bloggers and writers you'll find across North America; freelance writer and reporter for Metroland Media, Vice Sports, The Globe and Mail, and Sportsnet, Shawn W. Smith (@shawn_w_smith), along with the Jays Journal minor league guru and talent evaluator, Craig Borden (@Craigers1221). Together with host Ari Shapiro, the three find themselves in the think tank mulling over such issues as:

If the Bautista era is truly at an end and what his future in MLB holds (2:10), are there really better options than Jose on the 2018 free agent market (5:30), should Anthony Alford be given a full opportunity to realize his place with this team in 2018 (7:46), will Teoscar Hernandez successfully turn his promising September into a meaningful April (11:58), could blister issues repeat themselves and haunt both Sanchez and Stroman next year (16:39), on the team's depth and why too many reclamation projects is a recipe for failure (21:15), and why the Japanese Babe Ruth should be a serious consideration for this frugal front office (24:22).

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 & save money by getting your building on-board and win a pair of season tickets for the 2018 Toronto Blue Jays regular season. E-mail bluejays@cloudwifi.ca today to see if you qualify.

Facebook comments

Available when logged-in to Facebook and if Targeting Cookies are enabled