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Blue Jays Fan Friday – A Haus With No Name Edition

Ryan Andrews

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It’s Friday and everyone seems to be in a better mood for a Blue Jays Fan Friday edition of the podcast!

Host Ryan Andrews first thanks everyone who submitted songs that describe the 2018 Blue Jays and details plans for the tidal wave of responses.

Then, Andrews goes into a deep dive about the random appearance of Mike Hauschild and what the former Houston farmhand was able to do for the Blue Jays against the Mariners. However, as much as the host espouses praise for the pride of Dayton, Ohio, Andrews also discusses a Shi Davidi piece on why his success was necessary to begin with and why the team doesn’t turn to arms like Sean Reid-Foley, Thomas Pannone or even Drew Hutchison.

In the second half, Andrews shines a spotlight on Teoscar Hernandez and his strong day at the plate. The Nova Scotian hopes it leads to a re-establishing of Teoscar’s hitting rhythm with the Blue Jays and leads to the outfielder taking some of the offensive load Kendrys Morales has been carrying.

Thanks to @nmonaco1981, @jordanmackinnon, @brightskies99, @juddy_96 and @bigticketshow for their contributions!

Miss yesterday’s show? Listen below!

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Ryan Andrews is a born-and-raised Canadian trying to forge a career in the sports game. The Nova Scotian has been following sports since Ken Griffey Jr. got his own baseball game on SNES, and been writing about sports since high school, when the blogosphere was wild and untamed. Andrews continued to chart a course along this path while obtaining a Sports Journalism diploma from Centennial College, writing about the Toronto Blue Jays on the self-published Tailpipe Sports before contributing to Jays Journal for a brief period before joining independent site Jays From the Couch as an associate editor. There, Andrews contributes to JFtC Radio and is a co-author of the Amazon best-selling JFtC Guide to the 2018 Toronto Blue Jays. The 6'4" righthander brings a sharp wit, a keen eye and a brain that made Jeopardy rethink allowing Canadians on the program to Locked On Blue Jays. They reside in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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