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Shaun Doyle- Founder, Senior Editor-
Shaun Doyle is a long time Blue Jays fan! He enjoys writing so much that he decided to put those things together and create Jays From the Couch. Shaun is formerly the Senior Editor at Jays Journal, the top MLB site in the FanSided Network. There, he enjoyed record setting unique views every month that allowed him to interact with so many Blue Jays fans! It is that enjoyment and interaction that led him to start Jays From the Couch. The goal is to focus on the reader experience and create quality, professional Blue Jays coverage while having some fun along the way. Shaun is the voice of Jays From the Couch Radio, which is highly ranked in iTunes, and he has appeared on CTV News Channel as well as several radio spots. Shaun looks forward to sharing his passion for the Blue Jays with you.
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Ryan Mueller- Co-Editor- MiLB Fanatic–
I’ve been a Toronto Blue Jays fan for as long as I can remember. Cut my blogging teeth with Jays Journal at Fansided. Not a writer by trade, but I’m improving. These days I watch more MiLB.tv than Blue Jays. The great thing about covering eight Blue Jays minor league team is, at least one of your teams is bound to come away with a victory. I will provide Jays From the Couch with daily MiLB highlights during the summer, Prospect Spotlights, updates on MiLB transactions, and a sprinkling of MLB analysis. Visit often and let’s talk/debate prospects and their potential.
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Wade Black- Co-Editor–
Wade is a long time baseball fan who has been involved with the game for over 30 years. Including as a former college player, amateur coach, and blogger.
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Ryan Andrews- Assistant Editor-
Ryan has been immersed in sports from a young age, since he could read Jr. Jays comics as they filtered into the backwoods of Northern Nova Scotia. He’s been blogging about sports since high school, writing on FOX Sports.com’s blogs as well as his own Tailpipe Sports blog. He comes off successful stints with Plarko and Jays Journal to contribute to Jays From the Couch. He brings a discerning eye, a smoking keyboard, and a brain that made Jeopardy! rethink letting Canadians onto their program.
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Catherine Stem- Staff Writer-
Catherine is a Blue Jays girl who loves this team and is looking to add to her World Series parade experience. There’s nothing better than writing about this team and nothing worse than waiting for the season to start…..
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Roy Widrig- Staff Writer–
Roy’s earliest memories all involve baseball and from the early 90’s and the Blue Jays dream teams. He became a Blue Jays fan upon meeting and watching Carlos Delgado and Shawn Green cut their teeth in Syracuse, NY in the run-down confines of MacArthur Stadium, nestled between highway and swamp deep within the Rust Belt. A lifelong baseball player, Roy still plays in the 25+ Syracuse MSBL for the Liverpool Mets. He watches almost all games with his best buddy Sebastian, a four year old Pug.
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Jeff Quattrociocchi – Staff Writer –
I’m an economics professor, born and raised in the GTA, who decided to make something of his life and blog about the Blue Jays. I was lucky enough to watch Game 6 vs. Atlanta on the Jumbotron and Game 5 vs. Texas alone in my basement, where I could more easily avoid breaking anyone/anything due to my rage/euphoria. On weeknights from May to September, I can be found patrolling 1B for my modified slo-pitch team. Jose is my favourite Jay. While I can’t hit the ball as hard as he does, I do hit in the three-hole and enjoy conversing with umpires about their vision problems.
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Stephen Brown – Contributor
Stephen, or Down Town Stephen Brown as he’s better known by on the diamond is a young aspiring sports journalist. Stephen has been around baseball all his life with experience as a player, coach, and umpire. You can now find him at your local slo pitch league cranking dingers and spewing chirps.
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Brad Woods- Staff Writer–
Brad is a lifelong Jays fan with his first exposure being at old Exhibition Stadium. Double Blue uni’s on a sunny day against Reggie Jackson and the Angels. Since then, almost everything has made that “relationship” stronger, but Brad has been with the Jays through thick and thin: AL East title in ’85; the World Series three-peat (yes, they would have beaten the Expos in ’94) but it is still a sore spot; the emergence of Big Roy, Delgado, Roger Clemens, acquiring Bautista, Donaldson and Encarnacion.
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Srikant Kabse- Staff Writer–
Srikant is a long time baseball fan, accountant, and writer. He currently resides in New Jersey, but grew up near Toronto where his love for the sport and for the Blue Jays began as a child. Aside from baseball and spreadsheets, Srikant’s interests include fitness, basketball, and traveling.
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