Episode 77 - J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets!!!


Toby and Kirsh catch up on all the insanity in the Toronto sports scene. The Raps get swept by the LeBron's (again) and fire the coach. What does Toby think about that?

The Leafs don't make it out of the first round.  Is Leo alright with that?

The Jays are lukewarm and lost their closer due to him allegedly being a terrible person.  How does Kirsh feel about him if he returns to the team?

The guys are then joined by Joel Visentin (The Lizards - www.thelizardsband.com & JV's Boogaloo Squad) and they discuss what it's like to have come from Winnipeg and why the Jets are really a unique Canadian team in the NHL.

Episode 76 - Playoffs Baby


Kirsh catches Toby up on what happened in the Toronto sports landscape while he was on vacation including his thoughts on The Jays good start and Raptors playoff hopes.

Uncle Leo helps out with his views on the Leafs upcoming playoff series with the Boston Bruins and how he doesn't think he can take another game 7 collapse like he saw in 2013.

Uncle Leo then introduces a new game for Toby and Kirsh to compete in.  Take a guess at who comes out victorious...

Episode 75 - Akil Augustine Live at Apollo Studios


Toby and Kirsh are joined in studio by Akil Augustine (host of Raptors Today, The Hangout, and a bunch of other cool jobs...) for the full hour and they talk about Akil's career, about the importance of just being yourself, and the impact Black Panther and Tiger Woods have had in today's culture.

They also talk sports, specifically about the Raps vs. the Thunder, the Raps vs. the refs and the Raps vs. themselves and how keeping your cool is maybe easier said than done.  The three of them go on to talk about mental health amongst athletes and coaches and how fans sometimes forget that their heroes are humans and that the amount of money they make doesn't take that away.

Episode 72 - Dan Shulman


Toby and Kirsh talk about the Leafs getting help at the trade deadline, spring training and the Raptors getting back under way after a lengthy all-star break.

The guys are then joined over the phone by the one and only Dan Shulman (ESPN/Sportsnet) and they talk about Jerry Howarth, The Bat Flip game and the expectations of the 2018 Blue Jays.  

Toby seemed nervous talking to one of his broadcasting favourites. Let's see if he makes it out alive..

Episode 71 - Pyeongchang 2018


Toby and Kirsh talk about the NBA all star game, whether or not Kirsh cares about the Olympic Games, and all the most recent Blue Jays news.  The guys are then joined by Haley Strong (@hstrong_ , Bachelor/Bachelorette RHAP UP Podcast) to talk about their shared love of The Bachelor Winter Games, the ACTUAL winter games and the likely departure of Jose Bautista from their beloved Blue Jays.

Stay tuned until the end of the episode for a huge announcement about Episode 72 of Toby Talks Sports.

Episode 70 - Raptors 905


Kirsh is back and he's in top form!  He and Toby talk about Toby's experience in Mississauga seeing the Raptors 905 in action.  Then they talk about the NBA version on the franchise, how they spanked the Celtics and the potential the team has based on their depth.

The guys are then joined by Toby's poker buddy Justin 'Juice' Roth and they review the Super Bowl (results, controversies, commercials, halftime show, etc) and the expectations he has for the Maple Leafs.

P.S. - Check out http://www.damelin.net/

Episode 69 - Walk Off The Earth Does Halftime Show for Historic NFL Game


Uncle Leo subs in for Kirsh after last week's episode (take that for what it's worth).  They talk about the SuperBowl matchup, the Blue Jays offseason, and also Mike Babcock and his coaching efforts during this stretch of the Maple Leafs season.  They are then joined by Marshall from Juno award-winning group Walk Off The Earth and they discuss the Vikings walk-off touchdown during the NFC Championship game.  Marshall then reveals his disinterest in LeBron joining the Lonzo Ball and the Lakers next season and his expectations of the Raptors this year.  Toby makes a statement about how far he actually thinks the Raptors could go this year. 

Episode 68 - 416 to the 905


Kirsh gets off to a rocky start in this one but recovers nicely as he and Toby discuss the Olympic hockey team, the expectations of the Leafs and how the Jays are making some moves to improve the team in 2018.

Andrew Damelin (TSN) phones in to talk about the Raptors recent success and his new gig covering the Raptors 905.  Find his work here:


Episode 67 - Say 'Hellooooo' to Jack Armstrong


Jack Armstrong, Toronto Raptors broadcasting legend, comes in studio to sit with Toby & Kirsh and the three of them talk about his career, his love of sports, his love of sweet-ass toques (www.hellojack.ca) and how he sees this new Raptors offensive STRATEGY has improved the team tremendously.  Sidenote: Jack is actually the best.  It was a real pleasure having him swing by.

Episode 66 - The Game is Always Changing

Toby and Kirsh bring Mike Skolnik back in studio to talk about the Raptors and how Jonas Valanciunas is becoming expendable.  Uncle Leo chimes in for Leafs talk and then Owen Townley (The Dirties, Operation Avalanche) sits down to discuss how baseball is changing and, in his opinion, only getting better.  

ALSO listen for a big announcement at the very end of the episode.  There is some exciting stuff on the horizon for the Toby Talks Sports podcast...

Episode 60 - The NFL Season Begins


Toby and Kirsh discuss the start of the NFL season and wether or not they care about it.  They also get into what happened between Michael Bennett and the Las Vegas police department.  Finally, the guys talk about how Boston is becoming the place where teams go to cheat.
Aaron Bronsteter (TSN) makes his second appearance on the pod to talk about his experience at the Mayweather/Mcgreggor fight in Las Vegas.

Episode 58 - 2017-18 Toronto Raptors


Dan Gladman (Toronto Raptors) sits in for Mike Kirsh and takes on guest hosting duties so it is only natural that Toby and Dan talk about the upcoming Raptors season.  They also get into conversation about how well Toronto fans travel to see their favourite teams and why they think it is commonplace to do so.  They then call up Andrew Damelin (TSN) to talk about the big trade that just went down between the Cavs and Celtics.