JFtC presents Ep306 of our podcast. This week, Shaun Doyle is joined by Karen Soutar and the Fekless Wonder, Steve Fek. The trio discusses reasons it is difficult to keep believing in the Blue Jays chances this year and offers up some rays of hope for y'all.
Ely Sussman brings on Shaun Doyle of Jays From the Couch to explain Tuesday's Marlins/Blue Jays trade from both sides. Can Jordan Groshans tap into more power? Will Anthony Bass sustain his amazing 2022 numbers? Then, they react to Pablo López not getting moved at the deadline and whether he could be an offseason target for Toronto. Follow Jays From the Couch (@JaysFromCouch), Shaun (@DoyleJFtC), Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) and Ely (@RealEly) on Twitter. Check out our full coverage of the Marlins (FishStripes.com) and Blue Jays (jaysfromthecouch.com). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We continue with our 30-team preview at The Rauh Report! Next up the San Diego Padres. I had the pleasure to the Host of the Padres Unrestricted Podcast Michael Black on to discuss the Lockout and Padres past season and future outlook. Shaun Doyle: https://twitter.com/PadsFan4Ever
We continue with our 30-team preview at The Rauh Report! Next up the Toronto Blue Jays. I had the pleasure to the Founder of Jays From the Couch Shaun Doyle on to discuss the Lockout and Blue Jays past season and future outlook. Shaun Doyle: https://twitter.com/DoyleJFtCJay's From The Couch: https://twitter.com/JaysFromCouchVisit JFtC Website here: www.jaysfromthecouch.com
JFtC presents Ep284 of our podcast. This week, Shaun Doyle sits down with baseball insider, Shi Davidi to discuss #BlueJays offseason, #MLB lockout and more. Did the Blue Jays have a move ready to go before the lockout? Do they have more after it? We'll see what Shi has to say!
Shaun Doyle comes to Adoption STAR with 20 years of experience working for not-for-profits in the area of developmental disability. After studying at SUNY Fredonia, Shaun moved to Orlando, Florida to work for Walt Disney World. There he learned to train not only Disney Cast Members, but also to train people from other organizations on Disney's Approach to Quality Service and Disney's Innovation in Action. Shaun also created and led youth programs at the Disney Institute.Prior to joining the STAR team as the Intake Manager, he was the Director of Training and Staff Development for Autism Services of WNY. In his time there, Shaun developed multiple training curricula in not only working with people on the spectrum, but in leadership, hands-free intervention and customer service.At the start of his career, Shaun traveled to Romania to help train staff in institutions and orphanages that were about to close, to ensure effective and humane treatment for the children that would be returning to their communities. In addition to training and staff development, Shaun also worked closely with the Quality Improvement department to investigate incidents that may have occurred in the programs.Shaun and his husband Eric adopted their son in 2015 with the help of Adoption STAR. Their second son was born in 2019 and was also adopted with the agency's help. Adoption is part of his family's story and he is passionate about connecting people, building relationships, and following up with other families looking to grow through adoption. He is a well skilled storyteller, a performer by nature and has an innate ability to be inclusive no matter the setting. Shaun is a volunteer Wish Granter at Make a Wish, teaches new member classes at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo and sang with the Buffalo Gay Men's Chorus for over 10 years, serving as board president in 2012. Shaun is most proud of his role as daddy to his sons, Jackson and Frankie. Shaun is also so proud to come home every day, and tell his children that he spent the day working hard to help children find forever families.Connect with Shaun at https://www.linkedin.com/in/shaun-doyle-jr-40831147Listen to the podcast he hosts here https://www.adoptionstar.com/resources/podcast/Adoption STAR is a non-profit New York State Authorized, Florida and Ohio Licensed Adoption Agency, and is a compassionate and unique organization. From the onset, Adoption STAR wished to utilize the words within their name: Support, Training, Advocacy and Resources (STAR) to provide wide-ranging services to all members of the adoption community. This commitment grew into developing several programs and services.Find out more athttps://www.facebook.com/adoptionstarhttps://www.adoptionstar.com/https://twitter.com/adoptionstarhttps://www.instagram.com/adoptionstar/
JFtC presents Ep260 of our podcast. This week, Shaun Doyle welcomes Karen and Steve for a discussion on why the Blue Jays are in a tailspin and sinking in the standings.
Jays From the Couch presents Ep259 of our podcast. This week, host Shaun Doyle welcomes the usual crew for a chat about the Blue Jays playoff odds and whether they're they are actually underdogs.
JFtC presents Ep257 of our podcast. This week Shaun Doyle hosts a debate about the early effectiveness of the Toronto Blue Jays pitching staff.
I don't think I've done 500 of anything. Maybe drank that many 2Ls of Coke... Locked On Blue Jays has reached 500 episodes! Thankfully on an off-day for the team. A.J. Andrews reflects on the journey from Episode 1, to Episode 13 when she took over from Shaun Doyle, to the landmark Episode 200, to now. She also looks back at the Blue Jays then and now, comparing the progress made on building the team. Finally, as usual, she turns to the fans and friends and shares their kind words. Thanks to @Ascottmiller, @MJanoschak, @Kirshenblatt, @KarenSoutar1, @biggles14, @TheRealTayls17, and @BlueJayMatt for their wishes and thoughts! Follow the podcast on Twitter @LockedOnJays and follow the host @A_J_Andrews! Subscribe on Himalaya, Google Play, Spotify, the Audacy app and iTunes! Please help us donate to social justice causes at https://lockedonpodcasts.com/blacklivesmatter/ This episode is sponsored by Jays From the Couch, Built Bar, BetOnline AG, Rock Auto and the Locked On Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON20,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
JFtC presents Ep255 of our podcast. This week, Shaun Doyle and Karen Soutar discuss the previous week in Blue Jays baseball and offer up some thoughts on who deserves a roster spot and who doesn't.
We sit down with MLB.com writer Keegan Matheson to dissect the injuries that have plagued the Blue Jays leading up to opening day, as well as which prospects from the team's farm system could have an impact this year. Then we're joined by Shaun Doyle from Jays From The Couch to talk about the AL East outlook, and play some over/under for the 2021 season.
JFtC presents Ep252 of our podcast. This week, Shaun Doyle welcomes Mat Germain to the show to debate whether it will be the Blue Jays or the Rays in 2021. There may even be a bet made...
JFtC presents Ep251 of our podcast. This week, Shaun Doyle, Karen Soutar and Jason MacDonald discuss the lack of Blue Jays on our TVs & radios and evaluate the state of the pitching staff.
Jays From the Couch presents Ep241 of our podcast. This week, Shaun Doyle welcomes Toronto Blue Jays reliever, Jordan Romano. You'll hear him talk about everything from the new facilities in Dunedin, to analytics to his future role.
Tune into this episode to learn about host Shaun Doyle's recent health insurance nightmare and how he advocated for his son and demanded change. Learn more about adoption at AdoptionSTAR.com For podcast requests and inquiries, send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jays From the Couch presents Ep228 of our podcast. This week, Host, Shaun Doyle, is joined by Jay Bird Watching co-host, Adam Corsair. Inspired by some odd social media usage, you'll hear discussion on the value of Marcus Stroman, Randal Grichuk, Anthony Kay and Simeon Woods-Richardson. We also chat about Vlad Jr's move to first and who fills out the rotation!
Join host Shaun Doyle and guests Michael Hill and Zachary Fried for a conversation about LGBTQIA+ adoption in honor of pride month 2020! Some good laughs mixed in with some even better adoption information. Email us at email@example.com for feedback or podcast ideas! Happy pride!
Yes, we have a season preview to do and we do it for you! The fans! A.J. Andrews is joined by the original host of Locked On Blue Jays and the Jays From the Couch editor-in-chief Shaun Doyle to break down the opening day roster for the 2020 OOTP season! Doyle expresses joy at not having to talk about Brandon Drury, and the two break down the 1B position, the outfield, Trent Thornton, the lack of a lefty in the bullpen, potential free agent pitchers signing with the Blue Jays, and Justin Smoak's return to Toronto as a member of the Red Sox! Follow the podcast on Twitter @LockedOnJays and follow the host @A_J_Andrews! Follow Shaun @DoyleJFTC! Subscribe on Himalaya, Google Play, Spotify, and iTunes! This episode is sponsored by Jays From the Couch, Withings, WealthSimple, Progressive and the Locked On Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Where one part of the scale goes up, the other inevitably goes down. Today, A.J. Andrews examines the news that Chris Sale is having Tommy John surgery and the broader notion of how the shutdown is helping other teams get healthy, but mostly the Yankees. A.J. isn't sure getting Rafael Dolis back for the Blue Jays helps, but her thoughts on the injury impact being muted are interesting. She also has an update on the OOTP test run, such as who she signed for the Blue Jays and who departed in her brief time as all-powerful being in charge of Toronto. Yes, someone did want Brandon Drury... and Derek Fisher, plus a favorite of Shaun Doyle's is in the fold. She then outlines her plans for how Blue Jays fans can chime in for some fun in the transaction game! Follow the podcast on Twitter @LockedOnJays and follow the host @A_J_Andrews! Subscribe on Himalaya, Google Play, Spotify, and iTunes! This episode is sponsored by Jays From the Couch, Withings, WealthSimple, Progressive and the Locked On Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
JFtC presents Ep219 of our podcast. This week, you'll hear Shaun Doyle, AJ Andrews and Stephen Brown entertain you with some great Blue Jays talk. They have some fun discussing the new uniform unveiling, David Price/Mookie Betts trade, Francisco Lindor, Bo Bichette and Cavan Biggio all before a timely Would You Rather segment!
Jays From the Couch Radio presents Episode 212 of our podcast. This week, AJ Andrews and Stephen Brown join Shaun Doyle for great discussions on the plethora of Blue Jays moves and rumours that have kicked off the offseason. From being linked to a Japanese slugger to claiming a late inning reliever to trading for a solid (?) starting pitcher, we've got so much to talk about in a rather enjoyable episode of JFtC Radio!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jays-from-the-couch-radio/support
Jays From the Couch Radio proudly presents Episode 190 of our podcast. A new season of Blue Jays baseball is back! This week, Shaun Doyle and Ryan Mueller break down story lines from Spring Training and how they impact the Toronto Blue Jays roster to start the 2019 season. We go through a host of injuries and how they will impact the playing time for a number of individuals. We look at the direction of the team this season, possible trades and drop some predictions on you. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jays-from-the-couch-radio/support
Jays From the Couch Radio presents an interview with Blue Jays President, Mark Shapiro. Shaun Doyle sits down with Shapiro to discuss renovations in Dunedin and how they could lead to winning as well as player development, creating a team culture, new coaching staff and more!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jays-from-the-couch-radio/support
Jays From the Couch Radio presents Episode 178 of our podcast. This week Shaun Doyle and Ryan Mueller bring you some great Blue Jays talk. They start with a look at some prospects that are performing well in the Arizona Fall League. Some kid by the name of Vladimir continues to light the baseball world on fire. But, he's not the only one grabbing some attention. After gushing over some prospects, the boys look at a trend in baseball and how the Blue Jays might be in an excellent position to take advantage of it. But, it will take some maneuvering.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jays-from-the-couch-radio/support
A jam-packed Fan Friday edition comes at all the good Blue Jays fans! Host Ryan Andrews with an interesting proposition from Cameron MacPherson on MLB realignment and how that would shake out. Andrews offers their thoughts on where MLB should be looking to expand, with Montreal a high priority, and how Rob Manfred and the others should take the opportunity to modernize and unify the game. The second segment is dedicated to the first base conundrum facing the Blue Jays next season. While Rowdy Tellez is making a push for an MLB role next year, Justin Smoak and Kendrys Morales stand in his way. Andrews suggests that one of the veterans could be moved, by not in time for Rowdy to start with the club. They also enlist the help of Jays From the Couch writers Shaun Doyle, Roy Widrig and Jeff Q for their opinions on moving Morales. In the final segment, Andrews floats the possibility of the Blue Jays making a move to acquire the beleaguered Sonny Gray in the off-season. The Nova Scotian contacts resident Yankees experts David Brown, Mel Morales and Caillou Borden for their thoughts on what the price tag could be should the Yanks look to move on from the former All-Star. Special thanks to @CMacpherson39, @KarenSoutar1, @AimeAiden, @YourNiagaraHome, @gm10xnm, @jaysin2020, @rolewiii, @jeffquattro, @DoyleJftC, @davidtabrown, @melmora_, @CaillouBorden12, and @Flames_Jays_83! Follow the podcast on Twitter @LockedOnJays and follow the host @NeoAC18! Subscribe on Google Play and iTunes! This episode is sponsored by Vivid Seats, Locked on NFL and Locked on NBA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A special milestone episode for everyone here on the Locked On Blue Jays podcast as former Digital Marketing Manager of the the Blue Jays April Whitzman sits down for a feature-length interview with host Ryan Andrews! Whitzman begins detailing how she got involved with baseball from a young age growing up in New Brunswick and her rise through the internet ranks to the @BlueJays label and how she handled such Twitter responsibility. Andrews also apologizes for all the Potato World jokes they have made over the years, but they still get a Russ Adams joke off. In the second segment, the two discuss the recent Women at Bat event held by She's 4 Sports and Whitzman details how her story became one of perseverance and grinding through mascot costumes and the MLB Fan Cave process to the point where she could represent and interact with the Blue Jays fans. The East Coasters also discuss how baseball can improve its issues with diversity and recent social media issues that have arisen with younger players Whitzman highlights Kevin Pillar as an example of a person who has learned from their error and the part that the Blue Jays played in aiding that process. The final segment features Whitzman coming up with social media solutions for this season's Blue Jays team (without using Vladimir Guerrero Jr.) and Andrews brings in a new segment dedicated to initial host Shaun Doyle, and asks Whitzman some of Life's Tough Questions. Justin Smoak and Larry Walker will enjoy some of her answers. Not so much Alex Rios. Andrews closes with a message for the fans, what they have learned from the first 100 episodes and what they hope to take moving forward to hopefully hundreds more. Follow April on Twitter @Alleycat17 and follow her kitty @JoseMeowtista! Follow the podcast on Twitter @LockedOnJays and follow the host @NeoAC18! Subscribe on Google Play and iTunes! This episode is sponsored by Locked on Fantasy Football 24.7, For HIMS and Locked on NFL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jays From the Couch Radio presents Episode 173 of our podcast. This week, Roy Widrig and Shaun Doyle hosted a JFtC Call in Show that led to an excellent conversation that we thought should be presented to a larger audience. We start with looking at the recent home run streak of Kendrys Morales, which quickly led to a great look at the construction of the Blue Jays' roster. The lack of flexibility led us to Lourdes Gurriel and eventually the service time of Vladimir Guerrero Jr.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jays-from-the-couch-radio/support
Crack open a beverage and kick back with a special late-night recording of Locked on Blue Jays as host Ryan Andrews welcomes Jays From the Couch grand poobah Shaun Doyle back onto the program! As Sam Gaviglio struggles under the Tropicana Field sunlamps, Andrews and Doyle discuss what the Blue Jays plans for the surprise starter should entail, and how it relates to Joe Biagini. In the second half, the two Nova Scotians discuss the sustainability of the hot streaks of Aledmys Diaz, Randal Grichuk and Kendrys Morales, and Doyle raises the possibility of a campaign to get Teoscar Hernandez into the All-Star Game. Nine Locks did not pay for the promotion of their beer during their podcast. It is just tasty stuff. Special Thanks to @CBradley2829 for his question! Follow the host @NeoAC18, the guest @DoyleJFtC and the podcast at @LockedOnJays! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A treat for Blue Jays fans as Locked On Blue Jays host Ryan Andrews welcomes the original, the maestro Shaun Doyle of JaysFromTheCouch.com back onto the program! Today, Andrews and Doyle discuss what needs to be done with Kendrys Morales and why it makes sense to do it. Then in the second half of the show, Doyle touts Joe Biagini as a solution to the issues with the Blue Jays' rotation, but not as a starter. Follow Shaun Doyle @DoyleJFtC and his website JaysFromtheCouch.com! Follow Ryan Andrews at @NeoAC18! Finally, follow the site @LockedOnJays or at LockedOnBlueJays.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Locked On Blue Jays host Ryan Andrews helps debut "Fan Friday" with discussions from Blue Jays fans about a pair of underperforming Blue Jays. He talks about the issues Marco Estrada has had pitching deep into games, and then comments on a discussion regarding the struggles Randal Grichuk has had at the plate in 2018 with some written help from host emeritus Shaun Doyle. Submit your thoughts and you can be on next week's Fan Friday episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Locked on Blue Jays Host, Shaun Doyle, brings you Monday Musings, everything you need to know to start your work week and talk about the Toronto Blue Jays around the water cooler. We've got rain outs, Aaron Sanchez and the Blue Jays' depth leading to their 9-5 start. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of Locked on Pirates, Jason Rollison is joined by Shaun Doyle of jaysfromthecouch.com to give perspective on what the Pittsburgh Pirates can expect from the newly signed Michael Saunders. Jason also provides some snapshot analysis of Bryce Brentz and what the two bring to the team's LF mix. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jays Journal Podcast - August 2. "A Glimmer of Hope."Providence delivered a Blue Jays performance this afternoon that left many wondering if they still had one last surge of momentum left in an otherwise miserable regular season. With J.A. Happ striking out ten and some timely hitting by a resurgent Josh Donaldson, the team now finds itself5.0 games back of the second wild card slot with 54 games left in the schedule. Tonight's action-packed episode is chock full of baseball expertise and sobering perspectives; we begin the show with a special appearance from the host and creator of the Jays From The Couch podcast, Shaun Doyle (@JaysFromCouch), who joins Ari Shapiro with a memorable exchange involving his impressions of the 2017 campaign and keeping things in historical perspective (4:12), his thoughts on the impact of injuries this year (5:22), analysis of the trade deadline and how fans should interpret the moves (7:16), and what inspired him to pursue baseball as a true passion (11:29).Next up, we bring you our latest round table comprised of sports psychologist, Dr. Kristina Reihl (@DocReihl), minor league guru and prospects1500.com writer, Jason Woodell (@JasonAtTheGame), and our very own Jays Journal writer and blogger, Brendan Panikkar (@Panikkar37), who open up their candid thoughts on the 2018 ticket price increase and fan perception (16:02), on the prospect of contending and rebuilding (22:15), if the New York Yankees are the gravest threat to AL East supremacy (26:09), if the Blue Jays have a strong enough core to compete in the future (28:15), how speed must become a priority for this franchise (33:39), and how the team could benefit from a new blueprint to winning games (41:48).
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In this Rapid Reaction episode of Rum Bunter Radio, Tyler and Jason dissect the loss of J.A. Happ, who signed a 3-year/$36 million deal with the Toronto Blue Jays. We take twitter comments from YOU, and welcome in Shaun Doyle, editor of Jaysjournal.com, to let us know the reaction north of the border