Lunch Time Radio & TSM Game of the Night

Here are the lineups for the shows at noon:

On Baseball Show:

Lyle Overbay in studio

On Leafs Lunch:

College of Sports Media Game of the Night:

Coming down the stretch the closest race in MLB is the battle for the wild card in the American League. As of right now the Boston Red Sox hold the top spot in the race with a two game edge on the Texas Rangers and every game these teams play will impact who is left standing at the end of the season.

Last night in the first game of a short two game series against Baltimore the Sox put the boots to the Orioles thrashing them 10-0. In front of a rowdy hometown crowd Boston set a season-high in home runs. JD Drew, David Ortiz, Kevin Youkilis, Alex Gonzalez all went deep last night and Dustin Pedroia hit two. Ortiz’s seventh inning blast tied him with Frank Thomas for the most homers by a designated hitter at 269. Tonight the Red Sox hope to keep rolling over the AL East bottom-dwelling Orioles as they send Paul Byrd (1-1) to the mound. Baltimore counters with Jason Berken (4-11).

The Texas Rangers were supposed to play a three games in three nights against the Cleveland Indians, but the weather in Ohio didn’t seem to want to co-operate on Monday and they’re game was postponed. No biggie the two clubs made it up with a double-dip on Tuesday. The Rangers won game one 11-9. In the second game they doubled up the Indians 10-5. With today being get away day for Texas, the two teams are right back at it again playing they’re third game at high noon. Scott Feldman (15-4) gets the ball for the Rangers while Fausto Carmona (3-9) goes for the Tribe.

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