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The Blue Jays were awful in May…..and we all need to hug it out.

June 3, 2018

It’s going to be okay.

Things have been bleak since they swept the Royals in April. The rotation is struggling, the bullpen has fallen apart, the lineup is underperforming and injuries are affecting their peformance.

But it’s going to be okay.

At best, this team could’ve contended for the second wild card spot. For that to happen, many factors would’ve had to work in their favour. Currently, that’s not happening and – barring a miracle; they do occur – it will likely stay that way.

But it’s going to be okay.

Since it’ll likely stay this way, there will probably be changes. Big changes that will be tough to accept. Fan favourites are going to be traded.

But it’s going to be okay.

We are witnessing evolution in real time. The Blue Jays are a team in transition; and it’s a transition that is u-shaped.

There’s a lot of excitement for the young talent developing in the minors. Many fans want Vladimir Guerrero Jr. called up yesterday. It’ll happen eventually; (try to) be patient.

Meanwhile, there will be more aggravation, long losing streaks and low attendance. It’s going to suck.

But it’s going to be okay.

As a wise – yet deranged – fictional character once said, “It’s only after we’ve lost everything that we’re free to do anything.”

Don’t fret because the Blue Jays are in a steep nosedive. Hang in there.

If all that young minor league talent lives up to its full potential, the rewards will be endless. They will develop and blossom. However, it will take an undefined amount of time. Again – and I can’t stress this enough – (try to) be patient.

If it doesn’t happen, at least you took the risk. If it does, pat yourself on the back for making the investment. You could’ve walked away, like some fans; but you didn’t.

May was awful an month.

But it’s going to be okay.

ER

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Episode 56: Flags Fly Forever

September 3, 2015

Several minor league “prospects” were used in order to acquire players such as Josh Donaldson, Troy Tulowitzki and David Price.

Doug Fox of Clutchlings explains how this affects the Blue Jays and also points out players in the farm system to watch out for.

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Keep your eye on the Berti!

Episode 48: Baseball Returns to O-Town

May 14, 2015

[Follow up to Episode 10]

The Champs are here!

The Can-Am League’s Ottawa Champions begin their inaugural season on Friday, May 22 at RCGT Park. Team President David Gourlay joins DNJT to talk about baseball’s return to the Nation’s Capital.

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Episode 42: Farm Report!

September 11, 2014

Several minor league prospects made their MLB debuts with the Blue Jays this season.

Doug Fox of Clutchlings discusses the recent call-ups and provides an update on the Jays’ farm system.

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Buffalo’s Coca-Cola Field – Home of the AAA Bisons.

 

Episode 10 – National Capital Baseball

August 9, 2012

It’s been five years since the Ottawa Lynx relocated to the United States.

Now, the Champions for Ottawa Baseball are hoping to bring professional minor league baseball back to the nation’s capital by working with fans, local businesses and politicians.

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