Lunch Time Radio & TSM Game of the Night

Here are the lineups for the shows at noon:

On Hockey Central at Noon:
Roger Lajoie hosting today

On Leafs Lunch:

Darren Dreger’s last day for the summer


College of Sports Media Game of the Night:
In baseball there is no bigger news then the return of Manny Ramirez to the Los Angeles line up tonight as the Dodgers are in San Diego to face the Padres. During Manny’s 50 game suspension the Dodgers maintained their lead over the National League West, leading all rivals including the Padres by at least seven and a half games. Hiroki Kuroda (2-4) takes the mound for LA, while Chad Gaudin (4-6) toes the rubber for SD.

In the American League, the Toronto Blue Jays make their first trip to new Yankee Stadium as they tangle with their division rivals in some afternoon action. It will be the second time the Jays face former teammate AJ Burnett (6-4). Brian ‘classic 80’s porno ‘stache’ Tallet (5-5) gets the call for TO. Jays hope to make up some ground as they trail the second place Yankees by four games in the AL East.

At Wimbledon it’s the men’s turn to battle in the semi-finals. The weight of a country is on the shoulders of Andy Murray. He hopes to become the first Brit to win it all at Wimbledon since Fred Perry in 1936. Murray needs to get through Andy Roddick to get the chance. Roger Federer and Tommy Haas serve and volley in the another semi-final.

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July 3, 2009 12:28 pm

Whoa.. just heard Roger Lajoie say that HC at noon will go on hiatus for a couple months, and ‘The Baseball Show’ w Mike Wilner will go on in its place.

I imagine a lot of the hockey crazy guys who read this site will hate this, but man…as a huge baseball fan I’m really looking forward to it.

I had often thought that baseball was a little underrepresented during the main part of the broadcast day. The Fan had a football expert on (Hogan), a basketball expert on (Armstrong), and a load of hockey guys, which makes sense. But with baseball being probably the #2 sport here, I felt there should be some baseball guy on during the day – even if paired with a hockey guy somewhere.

Mike S
Mike S
July 3, 2009 12:49 pm

This move probably makes sense…………..however I don’t like baseball and I am not a fan of Wilner so I won’t be listening………….I’m sure 640 is happy to hear this news…………..for several weeks they will be the only hockey show at noon, which means they might be able to build some momentum heading into the September ratings period………… is important that they bounce back from the low ratings they got in that timeslot this past season

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