On this edition with Showdown Joe: Featuring Anthony “Rumble” Johnson, Mark Hominick, Frank Trigg and Joe Botnick.
Jon Morosi tells Andrew and Eric what he expects to see ahead of the MLB trade deadline. The guys also get you set for the Canadian Open with Sportsnet’s Ian Leggatt
Mike Wilner recaps the Blue Jays 6-4 win over the Red Sox, rookie Aaron Sanchez’s debut and takes your calls.
Jeff Blair and Ken Reid Jon Paul Morosi to continue some baseball talk. Morosi talks about the possibility of the Jays trading for a pitcher, maybe Cliff Lee. Also if Reyes could be on his way out if the Jays don’t break through this year. Then Colby Rasm
The only consistency J.A. Happ’s had this season has been in his complete and utter inconsistency. On Tuesday, Incredible Happ made his return after a few appearances from Terrible Happ.
What to expect from Toronto’s new young hire Kyle Dubas, what he can expect on his first day, and words of wisdom from ex-Leafs exec and one-time youngest GM in the NHL, Gord Stellick.
Mark Buehrle has been stuck at 10 wins since June 1, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t given the Blue Jays effective innings over that span.
Canadian fans across the country gravitated to this summer’s World Cup. But without a strong Canadian men’s national team, will the sport really have a true impact on the nation?