Lunch Time Radio & TSM Game of the Night

Here are the lineups for the shows at noon:

On Hockey Central At Noon:
12-1 Darren Millard Nick Kypreos
1225 brad park
1245 john ferguson jr

1-2 Darren Milllard Doug MacLean

125 Rick Nash

College of Sports Media Game of the Night:

For the last couple of weeks the NL wild card has been considered a two horse race and the eventual winner would be either the Colorado Rockies or the San Francisco Giants. Well the Atlanta Braves and the Florida Marlins are now in the mix and have decided to crash the party. In fact the Braves, winners of their last three are now trailing the Rockies by three and a half games while the Marlins are tied with the Giants four games back. Three of the teams open up three game sets tonight, while the Giants hos the Chicago Cubs in game two of a four game set.

Colorado is in tough in their match up this evening as they welcome the St Louis Cardinal to the Mile High State. The Card have been the hottest team in the National League since the all star break and are one game away from punching their ticket to the postseason. Aaron Cook (10-9) gets the call for the Rox. St. Louis give the ball to the ace of their staff, Chris Carpenter (16-4).

Atlanta has the easiest match up. They are in Washington to play arguably the worst team in all of the baseball, the Nationals. The only danger in playing this type of an opponent is the potential of overlooking them and focusing on the their crucial series against Florida. Javier Vazquez (14-9) starts for the Braves. The Nationals counter with lefty John Lannan (9-12).

The Marlins welcome the disappointing New York Mets to Florida tonight. The Mets were supposed to be World Series contenders, but injuries to Carlos Delgado, Jose Reyes, Carlos Beltran and David Wright put an early end to any play off aspirations. Ricky Nolasco (12-9) goes for Florida and Tim Redding (3-6) starts for the Mets.

Last night San Fran was one out away from the win, when disaster struck. Closer Brian Wilson gave up a two run bomb to Jeff Baker and the Cubs won 3-2. Ouch. Tonight the Giants send reigning CY Young winner Tim Lincecum (14-6) to the mound. The Cubbies counter with Carlos Zambrano (8-6).

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September 25, 2009 12:54 pm

Whoever writes for this site is an idiot. The above post proves it.

“For Colorado and San Francisco they only have five games left in their seasons and all of them are at home. Atlanta and Florida have six and the last three, they play against each other.”

5 games left for both teams? Are you fucking kidding me. Do you have the ability look up a schedule for any of the teams? The Giants, Marlins and Rockies have each played 153 games. That means they each have 9 games left. The Brave have 10 games left.

“All four teams open up three game sets tonight.” WRONG AGAIN!!!! The Giants opened up a 4 game set against the Cubs last night. You even wrote about it earlier in your article.

Learn how to proofread and fact check!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

September 25, 2009 3:39 pm
Reply to  BOB S

Hello Bob,

Thank you for taking the time to read my post and pointing out my mistakes. I appreciate your feedback, it’s obvious you’re very passionate about sports. Keep up the good work of keeping us writers honest and on our toes.


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