Now a little something to kill time on a Tuesday 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 talk about the non-tender deadline, Dioner Navarro, J.P. Arencibia, Brett Anderson, Marcus Stroman, Aaron “Self-Googler” Sanchez, and more! After the jump!

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Many (most? some?) 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 (20)

  1. Mind if I go google myself in your office? Sure, no problem. Is it all right if I use your computer? How else would you do it!?

  2. I love Aaron Cibia photoshops so damn much.

  3. He would be a good fit in Japan lol, good point.

  4. Bout time you guys started dropping some F bombs.



  6. Good to see you on here AJ. But if you are sober you will receive a lifetime ban accordingly.

    Welcome to the bigs son.

  7. It is not possible for JPA to do “an Aaron Hill”, as he was NEVER good.

  8. According to AA the Tigers didn’t “line up” with the Jays for Fister (basically the Jays didn’t have “the right mix of players”).

    • Sounds like it was a quiet deal and that the Tigers didn’t really call the Jays back on Fister really.

  9. Sounds like AA looked at a number of metrics on contact rates and contact type, which is why he feels Navarro may hav turned a corner offensively.

    Seemed like an oblique reference to HitFX (whichever version the Jays use). Interesting.

  10. I am curious about JPA’s status as a free agent.

    If he signs with a new team, does he get his projected arbitration award, or does he get the MLB minimum?

    • It would be any amount JP and the team agreed to.

    • What I’m more interested about is if JP signs a Major League deal with another team is if he still gets his arb years. i kinda doubt it.

      Either way I’m looking forward to the new sketchy ass catching 3some of Navarro, Kratz and Thole. W/e im drunk.

  11. A quick note on JP.

    He is not as bad as you think. Once a new coach zero’s him on on hitting to all fields and not trying to pull everything out, he will be a good DH/1B/OF

    Watch. It will happen.

    But, I’m still happy with seeing him go.

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