Toronto Sports Media Sports Radio Lineups

by Rob G

Game 1 of 162 tonight at the Blue Jays home opener. R.A. Dickey is your opening night starter. Here’s your drive home lineups:

On Sportsnet 590 The FAN from 4-7pm, Prime Time Sports with Bob McCown. Stephen Brunt & Damien Cox co-host from 4pm:

400 – Mark DeRosa, Blue Jays utility player
420 – Buck Martinex, Blue Jays TV pbp voice
440 – Open segment with McCown, Brunt, & Cox
500 – Joe Carter, former Blue Jays outfielder
520 – Gregg Zaun, Sportsnet baseball analyst
540 – Jeff Blair, Globe & Mail and Sportsnet
600 – John C. McGinley, actor
620 – Paul Beeston, Blue Jays president
640 – Geddy Lee, bass player and vocalist in the band RUSH

On TSN Radio 1050 from 4-7pm, TSN Drive with Dave Naylor. Dave Feschuk co-hosts:

Ed Kilgore, WGRZ TV, Buffalo
Jamie McLennan, TSN hockey analyst
Bob McKenzie, TSN hockey insider
Pat Gillick, Phillies senior advisor
Jose Reyes, Blue Jays SS
Matt Sekeres, Team 1040
Darren Dreger, TSN hockey insider

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

Bob McKenzie
Darren Dreger
Joe Carter
Andrew Wiggins

Today on Sportsline:

TBD

COMMENTS

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    (Another) Andrew 6 years ago

    As someone who only watches a little bit of baseball can a serious fan of the sport tell me if Cox ever makes a meaningful contribution to these baseball discussions? I know Bob loves it and Brunt sounds like he knows the sport but Cox seems out of place.

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    “can a serious fan of the sport tell me if Cox ever makes a meaningful contribution to these baseball discussions?”

    He ABSOLUTELY does not.

    Cox and Shannon’s opinions are baseball are worthless. Why they regularly discuss it on the premier sports radio show in the country is beyond me.

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    I will say though, that Shannon is far worse on baseball discussions than Cox.

    Cox will throw out relatively uninformed opinions, but Shannon consistently derails interesting discussions or trains of thought with assertive comments that even a casual baseball watcher would never say.

    It’s infuriating. A random person off the street would probably offer better insight. If he doesn’t know anything about baseball that’s fine, but then please stop trying to chime in with useless comments.