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Week 4, 2017: Walkoffs and Rainouts
May 07, 2017 04:57 PM PDT
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Buffalo Bisons
0:36 – Ben Wagner
1:34 – Ben doesn’t like doubleheaders
2:50 – there’s flux in Buffalo – but no more than usual
4:04 – Rowdy Tellez is coming back around
5:33 – Buffalo Position Player of April: Christian Lopes
6:30 – Buffalo Pitcher of April: Murphy Smith

New Hampshire Fisher Cats
7:53 – Tyler Zickel
8:09 – New Hampshire Position Player of April: Anthony Alford
8:37 – New Hampshire Position Player of April, 1b: Tim Lopes
9:23 – keep an eye on: OF Jonathan Davis and INF Gunnar Heidt
10:30 – New Hampshire Starting Pitcher of April: Francisco Rios
11:03 – New Hampshire Pitcher of April, 1b: Carlos Ramirez
11:30 – how does Sean Reid-Foley turn things around?
13:40 – Tyler is looking forward to better weather

Lansing Lugnuts
15:20 – Jesse Goldberg-Strassler
15:43 – Jake Thomas, The Walking Man
17:22 – Edward Olivares, presenting power and speed
19:14 – Lansing Pitcher of April: Jackson McClelland
20:37 – Lansing Position Player of April: Bradley Jones
22:25 – A Midwest League record: six HBPs in one game

Interview
23:01 – Bo Bichette

Week 3, 2017: Maximal Pentecost
April 28, 2017 02:58 PM PDT
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Around the Nest, Week 3

Dunedin Blue Jays
0:26 – Jim Tarabocchia
0:55 – Jim is unsurprised by Dunedin’s league-leading offense
2:14 – a closer look at Guillotte/Biggio/Pentecost/Jansen
3:27 – Max Pentecost’s no-doubt home runs
4:59 – on the D-Jays’ sudden explosiveness
6:22 – 19-year-old Kevin Vicuna fits right in

New Hampshire Fisher Cats
8:19 – Bob Lipman
8:47 – The Fisher Cats are trying to put it all together
9:49 – Richard Urena, Harold Ramirez and other silver linings
11:39 – Conner Greene’s enormous improvement
12:24 – Bob’s observations of Anthony Alford
13:37 – the next likely candidates to move up to Buffalo

Buffalo Bisons
15:34 – Ben Wagner
16:12 – the positives of Buffalo, post-April
17:00 – foul ball into the broadcast booth
17:44 – Buffalo’s balanced bullpen
19:12 – Dwight Smith, Jr. is the player Ben hoped he would be
21:12 – a scorecard question… that will be tabled for another day

Lansing Lugnuts
23:16 – Jesse Goldberg-Strassler
23:25 – Edward Olivares hits for the cycle
24:50 – week in review
25:15 – the Lugnuts’ lurking problem
25:32 – Andy Ravel’s gem
26:08 – Can the Lugnuts get better starting pitching?
26:46 – Bo Bichette and Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. continue to excel
27:15 – Jake “Trackman” Thomas, leading the Minors
28:39 – J.B. Woodman and Joshua Palacios, ironing things out

Week 2, 2017: We Have a Twitter Handle, Ho-Ho-Ho
April 24, 2017 07:23 AM PDT
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Around the Nest, Week 2

Buffalo Bisons
1:25 – Ben Wagner, Voice of The Herd
2:10 – Ben’s favorite metrics to evaluate players
4:07 – Buffalo’s strong pitching
5:30 – Dwight Smith, Jr. has been awesome
6:47 – Foul Ball Night

New Hampshire Fisher Cats
7:50 – Tyler Zickel, in his Around the Nest debut
8:13 – Tyler’s path to New Hampshire
9:05 – Conner Greene’s “calm chaos”
9:55 – Shane Dawson, feeling more confident
10:56 – Tim Lopes, fitting right in
12:05 – Justin Shafer
12:49 – Ryan McBroom’s first Double-A HR
13:16 – Easter in Manalapan with Anthony/Ryan

Dunedin Blue Jays
14:35 – Jim Tarabocchia
14:48 – Max Pentecost starts at catcher!
15:38 – Lourdes Gurriel is a stud
16:49 – T.J. Zeuch’s sinking fastball
18:03 – Angel Perdomo, looking more relaxed
19:24 – The valuable Andrew Guillotte

Lansing Lugnuts
20:35 – Jesse Goldberg-Strassler
21:04 – Highlights from a wild comeback win
24:10 – Denis Diaz’s excellent MWL debut

Interview
25:28 – pitcher Osman Gutierrez

Week 1, 2017: The Anthony, Bo and Rowdy Show... and Vladdy Jr., too
April 24, 2017 06:37 AM PDT

Buffalo Bisons
0:45 – Ben Wagner, Voice of The Herd
2:13 – Rowdy Tellez’s Buffalo debut
3:33 – Biggest surprise: Ian Parmley
4:42 – Matt Dermody’s start
6:00 – Jason Leblebijian / Christian Lopes

New Hampshire Fisher Cats
7:43 – Tyler Murray, in high definition
8:38 – Anthony Alford’s impressive start
9:55 – Under the radar: Ryan McBroom
11:06 – Jose Fernandez / Carlos Ramirez
12:54 – Shane Dawson/Carlos Ramirez story

Dunedin Blue Jays
14:15 – Jim Tarabocchia, name pronounced correctly
15:10 – Jim’s initial thoughts on joining the system
16:43 – Danny Jansen stands out
18:18 – Thoughts on the starting rotation

Lansing Lugnuts
20:28 – Chris Jared
20:50 – Bo Bichette / Vladimir Guerrero, Jr.
22:00 – Standing out: Bradley Jones
23:06 – Lugnuts pitchers, coming off of 3 shutouts

Interview
24:54 – infielder Bradley Jones

Around the Nest, Week 22, 2016: This Is The End
September 09, 2016 09:30 AM PDT
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From Triple-A Buffalo to Double-A New Hampshire to A-Advanced Dunedin to Single-A Lansing to Advanced Rookie Bluefield, the radio broadcasters of the Blue Jays' organization award the top position players and pitchers around the system, the top moments of the year, and the top candidates we're looking forward to seeing next year! Plus, an interview with Lansing pitching coach Jeff Ware, breaking down the best young pitchers in the organization.

Around the Nest, Week 21, 2016: The Great Outdoors
August 30, 2016 01:28 PM PDT
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Ring-billed gulls, an intrusive skunk, and a BP home run that disappeared -- it's all here on a nature-oriented edition of Around the Nest, with the Blue Jays' MiLB radio broadcasters discussing the latest week of goings-on throughout the system. Plus: Who will the Blue Jays call up to the Major Leagues in September, and who are the unsung success stories at each level of the organization? We highlight Casey Lawrence, Wilmer Font, Jordan Romano and more on the latest AtN!

Around the Nest, Week 20, 2016: Capping Off the Week
August 26, 2016 09:12 AM PDT
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The Fisher Cats take their youth movement seriously, the Buffalo Bisons introduce a golden new lid, the Bluefield Blue Jays are in the midst of high-stakes Mercer Cup action, Denis Diaz is on point for the Vancouver Canadians, the Lansing Lugnuts run sizzling hot and ice cold in the thick of the playoff race, and check out those Tartan jerseys for the D-Jays! In the end, all we're looking for is VICTORY... and the latest observations and insights from the radio voices of the system.

Around the Nest, Week 19, 2016: Monzon Season
August 24, 2016 11:41 AM PDT
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The Triple-A Buffalo Bisons won a nine-inning game in 121 minutes (a gem from Scott Diamond!); Richard Ureña knocked three triples in one game for the Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats; Jon Harris twirled a seven-inning complete game for the A-Advanced Dunedin Blue Jays; Carl Wise and Lane Thomas return to the streaking Single-A Lansing Lugnuts, who have won five straight games; Patrick Murphy continues to impress for SS-A Vancouver; and Cuban signee Javier Monzon enjoys a monstrous performance for Adv. Rookie Bluefield. Enjoy the latest news, notes and insights from around the Blue Jays' organization with the radio voices of the system!

Around the Nest, Week 18, 2016: The New Hampshire Fisher Cats are Loaded
August 06, 2016 09:12 AM PDT
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The latest news and observations from the Toronto Blue Jays' organization: Former Bluefield/Lansing voice Trey Wilson is now with the Altoona Curve, giving us the scouting report on new acquisitions Harold Ramirez and Reese McGuire; Bob Lipman checks in with the joy of covering the prospect-laden New Hampshire Fisher Cats; host Jesse Goldberg-Strassler has the update on the injured Max Pentecost; C.J. Pentland is on hand with the Vancouver Canadians coming out of the All-Star Break; Ben Wagner details the travel struggles for Buffalo Bisons; Spence Siegel talks about a comeback-filled week for the Dunedin Blue Jays; Bailey Angle tells of a couple of impressive starts for Bluefield Blue Jays youngsters Osman Gutierrez and Yennsy Diaz; and Kevin Gehl wraps things up with notes on Andrew Case and Max Pentecost among others with the Lansing Lugnuts. Check out the latest Around the Nest, hosted by the radio broadcasters of the Blue Jays' organization!

Around the Nest, Week 17, 2016: Fare thee well, Hansel
July 29, 2016 07:21 PM PDT
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No news is good news? Hey, sometimes good news is good news! Rowdy Tellez's diagnosis was far from dire, bringing the All-Star first baseman back sooner than expected, Richard Urena continues to smoke the baseball for Dunedin, Anthony Alford and Conner Greene flash their brilliance, and Justin Maese shows off ace stuff for Lansing. It's our weekly check around the Blue Jays' organization, from Ryan Goins' production in Buffalo to Lance Jones's arrival in Bluefield to the news that Hansel Rodriguez was worth Melvin Upton, Jr. Plus, the radio broadcasters of each affiliation offer their solutions to improve baseball!

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