Ben Nicholson-Smith is Sportsnet’s baseball editor. Arden Zwelling is a senior writer. Together, they bring you the most in-depth Blue Jays podcast in the league, covering off all the latest news with opinion and analysis, as well as interviews with other insiders and people around the team.
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The Blue Jays are better now, but are they good enough? Arden and Ben argue that the Blue Jays should have added one more reliever (01:32), discuss the status of George Springer (53:08) and wonder how and when Whit Merrifield fits on the roster (44:5... more
The trade deadline is nearly here, and it’s time for the Blue Jays to make moves. Arden and Ben discuss some trade candidates for the starting rotation (06:42), make the case for adding aggressively to the bullpen (22:21) and discuss some position pl... more
In the wake of Charlie Montoyo’s firing, Arden and guest host Blake Murphy consider the timing of the move (02:30) and the factors that led to it (18:15) before reflecting on what they’ve seen lately from Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and the Blue Jays offen... more
This is my favourite Blue Jay podcast. Super inmformatibe. Uber smart baseball dudes.
This is a great sports show… once a week is not enough in baseball though!
Unneeded and unnecessary social commentary.
The content is awesome. The problem is major things happen like trades or season starting, and there is no urgency for reaction. Over/unders haven’t been posted over a week into the season, 3 days since vladdys 3HR game, still no content. I’ll find my content elsewhere where the effort is there from the hosts.
A good solid pod for great blue jays news and interviews. The ‘hey Rogers has spent a lot of money, maybe they can’t extend both Vlad and Bo’ talk is not wrong per se—but it’s mentioned very frequently and getting pretty predictable. I generally expect to hear a comment that turns down the heat on Rogers future spending at least once per episode. Though given their over/under track record, maybe I should be happy they’re predicting Rogers won’t spend much more :)
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At The Letters launched 7 years ago and published 132 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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