Baseball Central @ Noon - September 6th - Friday
On the final episode of the season, Sam Cosentino & Dirk Hayhurst are joined by Blue Jays Manager John Gibbons and Right Fielder, Jose Bautista.
Baseball Central @ Noon - September 5th - Thursday
Sam Cosentino & Dirk Hayhurst are joined by National Baseball Editor for SB Nation, Rob Neyer.
Baseball Central @ Noon - September 4 - Wednesday
Former Blue Jay and current Arizona Diamondback second baseman Aaron Hill on playing second base and recovering from injury.
Baseball Central @ Noon - September 3 - Tuesday
Sam Cosentino & Dirk Hayhurst break down the Blue Jays win in Arizona before being joined by Blue Jays Roving Catcher Instructor Sal Fasano.
Baseball Central @ Noon - September 2 - Monday
Happy Labour day! Sam and Dirk are back, had a heated discussion about how we handle Ricky Romero, and talked to USA TODAY Sports Major League Baseball columnist Bob Nightengale plus more!
Baseball Central @ Noon - August 30 - Friday
Sam Cosentino and Dirk Hayhurst talk about a few waiver trade deadline moves, Dirk drops some knowledge on Tom Seaver's recent comments about modern pitchers being "babied", also Blue Jays Manager John Gibbons joins the guys.
Pundits and opposing teams have accused Los Angeles Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig of not playing “the right way.” But what way could be more right?
The Cardinals are one win away from a return to the World Series, and they’ve gotten there without breaking the bank. Many franchises on the outside looking in (like the Blue Jays) should take notice.
Sabermetricians may hate the idea, but momentum exists and it’s a factor in the MLB post-season. It may even swing a series or two, just like it did last year.
Winning in the MLB post-season comes down not only to how a team handles pressure, but how much pressure that team is dealing with in the first place.
R.A. Dickey may not be putting up Cy Young-calibre numbers for the Jays, but when you look closer at the stats and consider the team he’s playing for, he’s definitely been worth his $5-million salary.
Ricky Romero is set to re-join the Blue Jays, but as Dirk Hayhurst explains, the left-hander doesn’t have a clear role on the 2013 team, and success in September will only tell the Blue Jays so much.