Blue Jays: Jays Journal Podcast- “Show Don’t Tell”

BOSTON, MA - JUNE 14: The batting gloves and bat of Jose Bautista
BOSTON, MA - JUNE 14: The batting gloves and bat of Jose Bautista /

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Jays Journal Podcast – November 7. “Show Don’t Tell.”  

As rumours swirl around the future of certain players and the club’s desire to improve on a number of key deficiencies from last year, we’re thrilled to bring you a round table comprised of serious experts that’ll have you coming back for more. Be sure to join host Ari Shapiro as he offers you a compelling hour of round table banter from earlier in the week (11/02) featuring Sportsnet’s Tao of Stieb (@TaoOfStieb), minor league guru with, Jason Woodell (@JasonAtTheGame), and marketing research analyst Marshall Auerback (@Mauerback). Together, they explore:

What they took from the 2017 World Series that may have gone unnoticed (9:42), was Dave Roberts insane for using Brandon Morrow on 14 different instances during the playoffs (17:11), if the Blue Jays should kick the tires on the falling stock that is Yu Darvish (26:32), why fans should have faith in the front office when it comes to talent acquisition (31:18). 

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They also discuss if constantly reliving and re-marketing the glory years can be detrimental to a millennial fans (33:14), the inherent risks in marketing an elite prospect before they take their first at-bat in the big leagues (36:16), if rebuilding and spending money on your payroll is nothing but a pipe dream (43:43), and how one should feel about Mark Shapiro and the future of prudent baseball decisions in Toronto (53:09).

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