It’s time once again for us to take our faces for radio and voices for print to the audio airwaves for the latest edition of The Getting Blanked Podcast.

This week, we’re joined by former Toronto Blue Jays beat writer Jordan Bastian, now plying his trade as The Hardest Working Man In The Show Business in Cleveland (he chose to move, it wasn’t a demotion). Bastian shared his thoughts on the best team in the American League and how he is solely responsible for their early season success. As always, we give our thoughts on all things Toronto Blue Jays and talk a little bit about the rest of the league too.

I’m not an accountant, but I wouldn’t be surprised if listening to this week’s podcast miraculously cures financial struggles. I’m not suggesting it will pay off all your debts or anything, but some of the smaller loans you’ve taken out might end up getting paid off while you’re listening to our show.

Here, for your listening pleasure and increased finances is the podcast:

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Or you can subscribe to us on iTunes, to have the podcast delivered to your computer each week.

Once the hockey season ends, you’ll be able to hear us on theScore Satellite Radio, Sirius 158 every Wednesday at 1:00PM.

As always, Mint Musical Interludes courtesy of The Constantines and Arts & Crafts Records. You can celebrate homonyms and buy everything you hear here.

Mint Musical Interludes (in no particular order, and there may be one extra in here… but buy it all anyway!):

And don’t forget to follow Getting Blanked on Facebook to find our “Extra Innings” video segment, in which we use a hackish name to promote our podcast through a social network. It should be up soon. This week I hit our producer in the face with some balled up paper.

Comments (4)

  1. I’m just going to go out on a limb and assume you’ve listened to the Baseball Prospectus podcast sometime in the last year. Or at the very least, Drew has.

  2. To be honest, I really haven’t. What makes you say that?

  3. Let alone the format (which is identical), you seem to say the exact same things with similar mannerisms to Goldstein. So it really caught me off-guard and just assumed it was some form of passive sub-conscious imitation.

    Which isn’t a knock. Their podcast is one of the best things I’ve ever listened to, and you guys do a solid job.

  4. We’ve had the same format and similar awkwardness and complete unprofessionalism since back in the days of the DJF podcast.

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