Here are the lineups for the shows at noon:
On Baseball Show:
MULLINIKS FROM SEATTLE
ALAN MAKI GLOBE AND MAIL..RE GLOBE ARTICLE TODAY
On Leafs Lunch:
Watters & Brady
1220 – Scott Howson – Blue Jackets GM
1240 – Greg Gilbert – New adirondack coach
College of Sports Media Game of the Night:
Well for the hump day edition of GOTD we are going to head to the pitch at BMO Field where Toronto FC is set to battle the Puerto Rico ‘Too Bad Its Not The New York Version’ Islanders in a preliminary match of the CONCACAF Champions League. If TFC beats the Islanders over two legs they will advance tot he Group Stage of the league. This game is so important for Toronto that forward Dwayne De Rosario chose to skip the MLS All-Star game and play with his teammates instead. De Rosario is one of the few players that has any kind of previous experience in this tournament so his presence in the line up will be vital. Puerto Rico made it all the way to the semi-finals of last years tournament and is one of three teams representing the Caribbean Football Union. They play in the United Soccer Leagues’ First Division where they currently sit in third place.
On yeah, that MLS All-Star game I mentioned earlier its going tonight in Salt Lake City Utah. The best of the MLS will face off against Everton FC from the English Premier League. Even though De Rosario passed on the game, there still is some Canadian content. At 41 years young, Vancouver native, Pat Onstad of the Houston Dynamos is the oldest player in MLS and the goaltender was a coach’s selection for the team. Just don’t let his age fool you. He boasts the league’s lowest goals against average at a paltry 0.71 goals per game.