Podcast the Twenty-Ninth!

And now a little something to kill time on a Thursday afternoon, and to fill you with desire to run a bath, grab a bottle of champage and crack out a razor blade: it’s the latest episode of the DJF podcast!

If you’re more inclined to download today’s podcast, hit up the mp3 link.

The DJF iTunes page is up and running, so get on over there and subscribe– or update the subscription you already have to find the latest episode (once it’s up). You can also find it via our podcast RSS feed.

We’ll be be back again next Thursday, and we want to hear from you! Call us (hammered) at 1-855-FOUL-TIP, or email us (hammered) at GettingBlanked@theScore.com with whatever is sticking in your craw, and we’ll dissect the best the Monkey Army has to offer!

Mintmusical interludes courtesy Toronto’s own Optical Sounds. Be sure to check them out and buy every single fucking thing you hear at their site.

Comments (5)

  1. Yeah, it’s a tough one with Villanueva. I think I’d also be wary about signing him going forward. I like him as a pitcher, but he just hasn’t proven he can handle a starter’s workload over a full season. It’s an unnecessary risk to take.

    If you’re going to sign a starting pitcher (or perhaps multiple starting pitchers), it’s probably best to do it with somebody more reliable that’s at least done it consistently before.

  2. 20 minutes on the roof and lack of grass?

    Pick it up Drew
    We’re dying in here
    Picture one hand clapping
    And picture half that sound
    There’s a reason why I hate that Dome

  3. I posted this after clicking on an ad.

    You’re welcome.

  4. The Rogers Centre is valued at $900 million. The roof is only insured for and valued at $40 million.

    If it breaks, they can fix it and replace it cheaply. They wont have to keep it closed.

  5. Rogers is replacing every seat in the stadium this off-season.

    No more plastic seats, they are gonna get non-combustable seats (whatever the fuck those are, maybe steel or something?).

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