Toronto Sports Media Morning Drive Lineups

Toronto Sports Media Morning Drive Lineups

By TSM

Here’s your drive lineup for your listening enjoyment this am:

On 590 with Greg Brady and Jim Lang:

640 Colin Murray
720 Georges St Pierre
740 Ian Leggatt
800 Jon Morosi
820 Jason Lacanfora

THE MIKE RICHARDS SHOW: FRIDAY

The theme for the show is ‘Where Were You in 72′ to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Paul Henderson’s historic goal

6:15: Brian Williams w/Paul Henderson
OUT: 6:25

6:30: THE MORNING LINE – NFL/RYDER CUP LINES
OUT: 6:42

6:45: Peter Irvine Soccer Picks
OUT: 6:55

7:00: Chris Schultz NFL Picks
OUT: 7:12

7:15: SCOTT CULLEN – TOP 3 FANTASY PICKS

KEVIN GIBSON – 3 STATS TO WIN YOUR POOL

OUT: 7:25

7:30: PIERRE MCGUIRE –
OUT: 7:42

7:45: BOB COLE CHICKS I LIKE:
THE PRIZE:

OUT: 7:55

8:00: MARK ZECCHINO – RYDER CUP REPORT

STEVEN RAPP – INSIDE THE LINES HOST
OUT: 8:12

8:15: Steve Simmons and Brian Williams – 1972 Memories
OUT: 8:25

8:30: Pat Stapleton – Team Canada 72’ defenseman
OUT: 8:42

8:45: Glenn Anderson live in-studio
OUT: 8:56

TSM

COMMENTS

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    Darrell 8 years ago

    I am growing sick of Greg Brady’s “Detroit, Detroit, Detroit” chatter on a Toronto sports station. Not saying he cannot say that he is a Tigers fan, but doesn’t need to be all about Detroit “all the time”!

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    Daver 8 years ago

    To be fair, Detroit is in a very close playoff race, and they have a player contending for the triple crown. The chatter is warranted.

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    Julian 8 years ago

    I’ve heard the argument for ages and I agree a little bit, and other times I think it’s just people bashing because they’re envious that there’s actually another city where there’s successful sports teams. It’s B-A-D here right now and none of us who’ve lived here our whole lives have ever seen anything like it. I haven’t. Even in 1982, there were two teams and the Blue Jays were a major beacon of hope and the Argos started to get good and the Leafs stepped up and won a playoff round in 1986 and 1987. Now?
    We have nothing here. I mean it. So little help and people working on in tv sports and sports radio must be gleeful they’re able to still get good ratings, but maybe we’re obsessing more about the bad and we simply can’t get enough. Every week, there’s 3 or 4 major Blue Jays or Leafs stories it feels like where if it happened in another other big market like New York, Boston, or Philly, it would absolutely explode.
    Brady talks Detroit too much, MacLean talks about being Columbus GM too much, Kypreos about the 1994 Rangers, Brunt about the fact he lives in Hamilton, Blair about covering the Expos. I get it, and sometimes it’s valid and most times it’s not.
    Agree on Cabrera. It’s a massive story. If it was Joey Votto about to win the Triple Crown, certain folks in town would be stroking themselves and moaning softly in print and on the radio. And the Tigers happen to be a team with some interest in Ontario and it’s one of two division races left out of six. Talk it all you want at this point, but yeah, when next March and April come, the emphasis should be on the Blue Jays and I’m sure it would be, same as in the offseason when AA attempts to sign some free agents, and good luck with that.

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    Darrell 8 years ago

    I agree almost completely with what you say. Doug MacLean’s best days in management was in Columbus, yes he has a love man crush on Rick Nash, etc. All the other examples are right as well.
    I’ve lived through the Blue Jays winning World Series, I have lived through the `92 – `94 runs as well as the `98 to `02 runs in Leaf Nation. Yes there is absolutely good going on right now in Toronto sports.
    Brady just talks “lovey dovey” about the Detroit teams almost as much as Wilner keeps not seeing anything or anyone wrong with the Toronto Blue Jays. It just is a bit too much to take at times.