Toronto Sports Media Sports Radio Lineups

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by Rob G

Here’s your drive home lineups

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

400 – Phones for the full hour
500 – Open segment
520 – Gregg Zaun, Sportsnet
540 – Christine Brennan, USA Today
600 – Don Banks, SI.com
620 – Bruce Sweeney, Director, The Dick Knost Show
640 – Ken Holland, Detroit Red Wings GM

On TSN Radio 1050 from 4-7pm, TSN Drive with Dave Naylor. Jeff O’Neill co-hosts:

4:30 – Ben Volin, The Boston Globe
4:45 – Luke DeCock, Raleigh News Observer
5:00 – Bob McKenzie
5:30 – David Miller
6:00 – Andrew Brandt, ESPN
6:15 – Darren Dreger
6:30 – Jimmy Traina, Sports Illustrated

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

Off the Record at Leafs Training Camp
James van Riemsdyk
Mark Fraser
Dave Bolland

Today on Sportsline:

TBD

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    Mullah_Kintyre 7 years ago

    I heard former mayor Miller being interviewed by Naylor. FFS, is there someone pushing this idiotic revisionist history myth on these guys — Naylor, McCown, Brunt, Perkins — that the Argos were somehow cheated out of getting a new stadium that became BMO Field? The only dishonest action in the whole process involved the two owners of the Argos at the time, who had signed on to the project and would have gotten a new stadium for only $20 million of their own money, but then inexplicably walked out on the others about six months later.

    http://www.yorku.ca/yfile/archive/index.asp?Article=3464
    http://yfile.news.yorku.ca/2005/05/04/argonauts-confirm-theyll-stay-in-rogers-centre/

    The others involved — York University, Canadian Soccer Association, the different levels of government — could have, and probably should have sued the Argos. They then had to rush to get the stadium built by April 2007, with MLSE replacing the Argos and the city replacing York U.
    The ones involved in building BMO Field were building it entirely for their soccer concerns — Toronto FC, Canadian national soccer teams, and the FIFA U20 world Cup 2007. The revisionist idea that it should have somehow been built to accommodate the Argos and CFL is completely inane, because any intention to do so had disappeared many months before construction had started, when the Argos inexplicably declined to live up to the deal they had signed, which caused that deal with York University to fall through.