Toronto Sports Media Sports Radio Lineups

by Rob Gregg

Here’s your drive home lineups

On Sportsnet 590 The FAN from 4-7pm, Prime Time Sports with Bob McCown. John Shannon co-hosts from 5pm:

400 – Ian Leggatt, Sportnet golf analyst
420 – Mike Zeisberger, Toronto Sun
500 – Open segment with McCown & Shannon
520 – Pat Brisson, player agent
540 – Jerry Sullivan, Buffalo News
600 – Gary Belsky, TIME Magazine
620 – Mike Clemons, Vice Chair, Toronto Argonauts
640 – Dwane Casey, Raptors coach

On TSN Radio 1050 from 4-7pm, Cybulski & Co., with James Cybulski. Bob Mackowycz co-hosts:

Rowan Barrett, Assistant GM, Canada Basketball
Don Fehr, Executive Director, NHLPA

On TSN (5pm) & TSN2 (6:30pm), Off the Record with Michael Landsberg:

LaMarr Woodley, Pittsburgh Steelers LB
Judd Apatow, Director
Gary Payton, Legendary NBA Player

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Darren Johnston
December 20, 2012 5:23 pm

McCown talking about fellow players and coaches not respecting Tim Tebow! How in the hell would that jack Ass know that? And I guess the channel will be flipped between 6:00-6:20

Nan Young Lee
Nan Young Lee
December 20, 2012 5:36 pm

That was a nice first hour on PTS. Bob and Ian Leggatt reviewed the year in golf, with both showing an intricate understanding of the sport. Then Bob interviewed Mike Zeisberger about the Bills in Toronto. Bob stated he knew one of the previous Bills games sold only 15,000(!) tickets, and he guessed this year’s game sold only 20,000. In the course of the interview Bob also called the Mayans “whack jobs”.
The best part of the show was near the end when Bob and Tim Micallef spontaneously called a horse race involving a horse of Tim’s father. Great hour.

mike in boston
mike in boston
December 20, 2012 6:10 pm

Fehr usually appears on both stations, but i see he is only listed as a TSN guest this afternoon. Was he on the FAN earlier today?

December 20, 2012 6:18 pm
Reply to  mike in boston

He was on with Blair yesterday.

mike in boston
mike in boston
December 20, 2012 6:23 pm
Reply to  Daniel

thanks Daniel — hey: do you think d’Arnaud + Syndergaard + something else gets King Felix from Seattle?

My only problem with the deal is that there was no urgency, and one has to think you could have gotten another good or perhaps even better starter for that package. 4 years of Dickey is definitely good, but I wonder if that’s the best you can get for your top 2 prospects.

December 20, 2012 7:20 pm
Reply to  mike in boston

I would have thought that say, Darnaud, Gose and Syndergard would be good enough to get you a David Price/King Felix type ace too.

You would think that AA must have looked into those guys though, assuming he decided he was willing to deal prospects. They must not be available. Or with the price of pitching, maybe they’d want those guys plus Lawrie?

I guess if we see one of those guys dealt for a package like that in the next bit, it would be a legit gripe. But I have a feeling they just weren’t available.

I know what you mean though. I’m really excited for Dickey, but itd feel a lot safer dealing these guys for Price etc..

December 20, 2012 8:16 pm

McCown has habitually demonstrated he does not care about getting this kind of
detail incorrect, but just for the sake of accuracy, the Immaculate Reception
game did indeed happen 40 years ago in 1972, but the Steelers did not win the
Super Bowl that year as McCown said. The play occurred in a Steelers-Raiders
divisional round (the first round, at that time) game. The Miami Dolphins won
the Super Bowl that year (over Washington), completing their undefeated season,
after beating the Steelers in the AFC championship game (in Pittsburgh, as
strange as that sounds today, because home field advantage was not determined by
record then).

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