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Blue Jay Hunter Podcast Episode 6: In Donaldson’s Calf We Trust

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If there’s one player the Blue Jays can least afford to lose, it’s Josh Donaldson. He’ll be on the shelf for 2-3 weeks with a calf injury, and that’s one the topics covered on this week’s Blue Jay Hunter podcast.

Also, the Blue Jays’ front office has curiously chosen to declare Justin Smoak will be the team’s everyday first baseman. Plus, diving into the signing of Mat Latos and a few comments on Troy Tulowitzki’s scrum with reporters from last week.

That and all your Blue Jays questions answered on this week’s BJH podcast. This episode is available through the Soundcloud player below and is 25:38 long.



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Show Topics

  • 0:53 | Josh Donaldson’s calf – something to worry about?
  • 3:43 | Mat Latos signs with the Jays
  • 5:26 | Ross Atkins says Justin Smoak will play first every day
  • 7:40 | Troy Tulowitzki holds court at Spring Training
  • 9:42 | Listener questions

 

Articles Mentioned

  • Josh Donaldson Strained Both Calves Last Year: Trainer | Toronto Sun
  • Jays believe in Smoak, who feels ‘comfortable’ with team | Sportsnet
  • This Full Troy Tulowitzki Scrum Is a Hell of a Thing To Watch | Blue Jays Nation

 
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Ian Hunter

Ian has been writing about the Toronto Blue Jays since 2007. He enjoyed the tail-end of the Roy Halladay era and vividly remembers the Alex Rodriguez "mine" incident. He'll also retell the story of Game 5 of the ALDS to his kids for the next 20 years.

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