Podcast The Sixty-Third!


Now a little something to kill time on a Thursday afternoon: it’s the DJF podcast!

And today we’ve got just Drew and I, with no one filling in for the hopelessly disinterested Wally Pippp, as we reflect on R.A. Dickey’s gem, the return of Jose Reyes, Arby’s, and whatever else we talked about.

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

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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 (19)

  1. Big series in Boston. Win 3 of 4 and they’re 4.5 games out of the Division lead. Lose 3 of 4 and they’re 8.5 games behind the Red Sox. In the first scenario they’re right in the hunt. But if they lose 3 of 4 it makes climbing the mountain quite a bit more difficult.

  2. Just pondering with a co-worker, putting Reyes-Bautista-Lind-Edwin as the 1-4 hitters so you can have switch-right-left-right in the order would be better no?

    • Maybe, but Gibby stated he wants EE up in the first. Not that big a deal, in my mind.

    • Also I believe that you want your best hitter batting second and second best hitter 4th. I think this may have been said in The Book. Not sure if it is true, but this would put the Jays best hitters in the best position.

      • Edwin has surpassed jose as the team’s best hitter. Who would you rather have up in a situation where you needed a big hit? Ill take edwin.

        • I agree that Edwin is the best hitter, but very unlikely that they put Edwin batting second and Jose 4th. I see it more likely the other way.

  3. The point is missed when you have a 10 minute Kawasaki discussion and don’t mention the fact the Jays are the only team in the AL with an 8 man bullpen, despite being 27th in bullpen innings pitched over the last 2 weeks (and 50% less than the Padres, the only other team in the majors carrying 13 pitchers). This isn’t about Kawasaki vs. releasing Bonifacio/Izturis, it’s about having a proper sized MLB bench until Lawrie returns. That’s when you kick Kawasaki to the curb.

  4. The window at the Horseshoe was to put in to side step an Ontario liquor law that came in around 15 years back.

    Bars had to sell food to “help keep people sober” and all the Shoe had was a Hot Nuts machine.

    The window was put in to show inspectors that people could get food, even though it was just a sham until A&W came along.

  5. Just watched the No Heart Feelings trailer:
    Parkes­ is the next Clooney!

  6. “No Heart Feelings” sounds like the title of a Care Bears movie.

  7. You could indeed get some Gorilla Monsoon food through that window at one time. Seems like a terrible arrangement for them, all food service, no drinking (and presumably, no trip)

    Who does the first musical interlude clip (at 8 min something)?

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