Toronto Sports Media Sports Radio Lineups

Here’s are your drive home lineups

On Fan 590 Tonight

4-5 calls
5 Mike Layton Ward 19 councillor, Toronto – on the Argo’s ad
520 Alan Ashby from Fenway
540 Jeff Marek Sportsnet in studio
6 Michael McCann – Legal Analyst, SI
620 Adriano Belli – Sportsnet CFL Analyst in studio
640 Tripp Mickle – Sports Business Journal on the 2018 winter olympics
headed to South Korea

On 640 with Jim Ralph and Bill Watters thanks to Mike S.

5:05 – Brad Treliving (Phoenix Coyotes Assistant General Manager)

5:45 – Clarke MacArthur (Toronto Maple Leafs Forward)

6:05 – Brian Duff (NHL Network)

6:25 – Kevin Cheveldayoff (Winnipeg Jets General Manager)

On TSN Radio 1050

James Cybuski’s co-host is: Jamie Mclennan

Sarah Burke – Canadian freestyle skier (up for an ESPY Award)

Corey Perry – Anaheim Ducks

Clarke MacArthur – Toronto Maple Leafs

Dan Shulman – TSN and ESPN Baseball Analyst

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mike (in boston)
mike (in boston)
July 6, 2011 6:22 pm

what on earth is going on over at the Star? i just read a story about the Jays game written by Doug Smith, the basketball reporter. Have they gone nuts? They got rid of Z and shuffled the video game reporter over to do sports media analysis, Cox covers tennis now, DiManno (Don’tCare) writes about the Leafs when she’s not commenting on the Royal wedding and women’s rights in Uganda …

seriously, what the fuck? someone please tell me that’s a typo. is this any way to run a sports section?–controversial-call-leaves-jays-fuming-after-loss-to-bosox

July 6, 2011 6:56 pm

Can’t speak for smith as a baseball beat writer but Cox has been going to Wimby for years and since T Tebbutt left the G and M our market needs a tennis voice and thought his work was outstanding. Now that Canada has a top 40 male and female player and that Toronto host a world class tennis event seems fitting to me.

July 7, 2011 12:19 am

People (even sports writers) go on vacation and take time off. It is the only baseball series being covered by Smith this year. The alternative is to use the newswire for stories when someone needs to be away. Smith used to cover baseball for a newswire back before his basketball gig days.

Don Mandrie
Don Mandrie
July 7, 2011 12:34 am

Slagging The Star? How dare you! It’s the “biggest & best newspaper in the country”, according to a recent tweet by noted tennis reporter Damian Cox.

Get with the program, Mike.

July 7, 2011 1:27 am

From my recollection Cox covers Wimbledon every summer, and Smith pinch hits at baseball games and Rogers Cup Tennis every summer. People take vacations. Nothing to get too wound up about.

Gerry (Burlington)
Gerry (Burlington)
July 7, 2011 9:03 am

@Mike in Beantown, couldn’t agree with you more Mike. Actually in my opinion Doug Smith isn’t qualified for basketball to begin with, but that is another story for another day.

The sports writers not only in The Star but in Toronto in general are just generic letter writers. I find myself more and more getting all by baseball articles from the States, even as it pertains to the jays. As basketball writing goes, whatever is first written in the states then all of a sudden starts getting repeated by the local scribes here.

The AP writers are no better, but essentially that is just a scribe who translates the box score into a paragraph.

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