Here are the lineups for the shows at noon:
On Baseball Show:
On Leafs Lunch:
College of Sports Media Game of the Night:
Tiger Woods shot a bogey-free 67 in the opening round of the PGA Championship at Hazeltine to lead the tournament by one stroke over last year’s winner Padraig Harrington. In fact the last time Woods broke 70 in the first round of a major was the 2007 British Open. He was near perfect on the day hitting 12 of 14 fairways and 15 of 18 greens in regulation. For anyone wondering when Tiger has the lead in a major going into the second round he’s won four out of six times. Harrington who was paired with Woods and 2002 champion Rich Beem kept base with the leader and even edged him in average driving distance 316 to 315. These two are very familiar with each other. They played together in the final group of last weekend’s WGC-Firestone, which Tiger eventually won. Two other Tour veterans are not far behind the lead as well. Vijay Singh and David Toms trail the leader by two strokes at three under par. Phil Mickelson on the other hand struggled throughout the day and finished with a two over 74. He’ll have to pull it together if he wants to make the cut. Today is cut down day and we’ll have to see if Woods can remain on top of the leader board.
For all you CFL fans, Friday Night Football goes tonight at the Rogers Centre as the 2-4 BC Lions are in town to battle the 2-4 Toronto Argonauts. It’s pretty safe to say that both teams have been disappointed with their seasons thus far. Cody Pickett gets his first start under centre for the Boatmen.