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On Fan 590 Tonight-

– Bob McCown’s co-host from 4:00 to 6:00 is Stephen Brunt
– Stan Kasten
– Bruce Arthur

On 640 with Bill Hayes and Bill Watters thanks to Mike S.:

4:20- Rob Ray (Colour Analyst Buffalo Sabres)
4:40- Luke Schenn (D Man Toronto Maple Leafs)

5:05- Bob McKenzie (TSN Insider)

5:20- Bob Cowan (NFL Prognosticator)

5:40- Ron Wilson (Coach Toronto Maple Leafs)

6:05- Darren Dreger (TSN Insider)

6:25- Chris Kelsay (LB Buffalo Bills)

6:45- Jordan Bastian (MLB.com)

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Chris F.
Chris F.
November 5, 2010 11:37 pm

Stan was great tonight. Although he was a bit defensive. I think he’d make a good guest on the Roundtable from time to time.

Daniel
Daniel
November 6, 2010 3:12 am

Yeah – I thought Kasten was excellent! I think Bob, Brunt and Arthur are all great together – but sometimes they do tend to rehash certain ongoing points (a current one they keep referencing is that they think baseball is losing the younger generation). Is was great to hear someone challenge that.

Gerry
Gerry
November 6, 2010 7:51 am

Was a very good roundtable, once again Brunt showed his intelligance by immediately challenging Kasten on his comparison of Professional unions and that of auto workers. He immediately made a better comparison with the Screen Actors Guild. While i respect and appreciated Kasten’s views it was imperative to have Brunt bring things back in line. As much as I like Bobcat we all know he has a hard time challenging his “friends” and so having Brunt involved was excellent.

Good Show to listen too.

Bob
Bob
November 6, 2010 11:39 am

I didn’t think it was that great of a show! First they spent too much time talking (yelling) over each other. Secondly, there wa no evidence of Baseball losing young fans, Maybe in Toronto, but certainly not in ball parks I attend, and that is not only MLB but also AA and AAA.
It is getting more difficult to understand exactly what McCown believes. First he pushes for 7 hour double headers, and then argues for a time clock between pitches, which is the stupidest idea I have heard in a long time.
The show is becoming ridiculous by trying to reinvent everything. I guess good topics are hard to dream up when you get stale.
Kasten did a good job of defending baseball!

Steve
Steve
November 6, 2010 12:12 pm

You could probably watch an entire season of your favourite HBO or FX-type show in the same time it would take to attend a Red Sox- Yankee twinbill. Although those would be the last 2 teams to ever allow such a thing to happen again, given their ticket and concession prices.

Ron
Ron
November 6, 2010 12:33 pm

Actually I thought it was a terrible two hours. It was a typical FOB (Friend of Bob) being allowed to spew his old school sports theories, no different from Shannon, Kelly or the rest. I liked when Bruce said at the end “How was the show?” And how many more times is Bob gonna reference that David Stern thing about handing all the money to the players? Enough Bob, enough!

Daniel
Daniel
November 6, 2010 1:37 pm

I agree with you on baseball Bob. I think its lost young fans in Toronto because the team hasn’t competed, not due to the nature of the game.

Guys over 50 seem to think that the younger generation is incapable of paying attention to something for more than a few seconds. There’s some truth there, but its also a slightly out of touch over analysis, I think. Kids still read, go fishing, draw etc. Not everyone under 25 is some jaded hacker, constantly processing new information. And if the Jays win 95 games next year, and start drawing again, I doubt there will be this focus on ‘is the game too slow for this generation’ etc.

That being said – I think the time has come to expand the playoffs and shorten the regular season. Too many teams go through the motions in September. And for the Jays, expanding the playoffs could really revive the franchise.

Less than 12 parsecs
Less than 12 parsecs
November 7, 2010 12:26 am

Kasten was acting purely as a flack for the owners – it was delightful to have both Brunt and Arthur destroy him every time he spouted manifest idiocy. Kasten should never have been a panel member, he wrecked the roundtable dynamic.

mike (in boston)
mike (in boston)
November 9, 2010 2:12 pm

And how many more times is Bob gonna reference that David Stern thing about handing all the money to the players

ha! i’m catching up on last week via podcast, and am up to thursday and i’m already sick of hearing that reference. “it happened right here on our show, and all the newspapers picked it up …”

Jeepers. You’d think after 30 years in broadcasting the guy would be a little less insecure.

James
James
November 10, 2010 1:03 am

Not sure if you heard today, but apparently bob heard that the very same stan kasten is the heir apparent to bud seligs job.

No joke. And guess who was campaigning hard for it, and lost apparently?

Gary freaking bettman.

Made the round table all the more interesting in hindsight, with stans passionate defence of baseball.

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