MLB: Toronto Blue Jays at Detroit Tigers

Recap: Blue Jays 7, Tigers 2; Donaldson Dominates Despondent Detroit

The Blue Jays previous two games have run the gamut on the emotional investment side of things. The opener against the Tigers was an 11-0 laugher, and the Blue Jays were out of it from basically the get go. The second game featured a dominant performance by Aaron Sanchez, but unfortunately the offense couldn’t score […]


Recap: Red Sox 6, Blue Jays 4, Passed Balls and Replays

On an extra day of rest, Marcus Stroman took the mound in Boston this afternoon looking to redeem himself after his last less than impressive outing against the Red Sox, where he went just 5.1 innings and gave up 11 hits. The Red Sox had lost their last three games, while the Jays were looking […]


The Blue Jays Hitters Need to Adjust to Adjustments

It’s no secret that the Blue Jays vaunted offense isn’t quite living up to expectations. Last year’s squad scored 5.5 runs per game, lapping the field by such a wide margin that the second place Yankees were closer to the 26th ranked Reds than the league-leading Blue Jays. This year, the Jays have scored a […]


Recap: Blue Jays 6, Rays 1; The Good Aaron Sanchez is Back

The Toronto Blue Jays opened a three game series against the Tampa Bay Rays Friday night in St. Petersburg.  This is already the second trip in 2016 to the “House of Horrors” for the Blue Jays.  The last time they split a four game series at Tropicana Field but missed an opportunity to sweep the […]

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Artifical Turf Wars Ep. 9: It’s Getting Hard to Colabelieve

Greg, Josh, and Chris discuss the Chris Colabello suspension (and give themselves a Do-Over in the process), the offensive and bullpen woes, the strong starting pitching, and a confusing situation involving Marco Estrada’s shoulder. They also answer listener questions, give out a Cliché of the Week and tackle one of Justin Smoak’s defensive quirks. Note: […]


Recap: Red Sox 4, Jays 2; Token David Price Pun

Reunions can be bittersweet, can’t they? The Jays faced last year’s trade deadline acquisition David Price, and ended up losing. The Red Sox’ new ace was excellent, starting to earn that big money contract they lavished on him in the off-season. He struck out eight over seven solid innings, with just two earned runs. Marco Estrada wasn’t quite […]

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Artificial Turf Wars Ep. 7: Starters, Small Samples, and Switching Splits

Greg and Josh discuss the noteworthy stories from the last week of games for the Blue Jays, with a focus on the exemplary work of the starting rotation, the slugging of Josh Donaldson and Jose Bautista, and the call up of switch-pitcher Pat Venditte. They also take a humorous look at some early season statistics, […]