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Byline: -- Tom Hoffarth

Starting Monday, Joe McDonnell will be in the 7-11 p.m. slot at Xtra Sports 570-AM that's currently taken up with repeats of the Phil Hendrie show. When the NBA season starts, McDonnell's show will also run after Lakers games for four hours.

McDonnell, 50, who has been working weekends and filling in since coming over from 710-AM earlier this year, also effectively replaces Lee Klein, who won't have his contract renewed to continue his 10 p.m.-to-1 a.m. weeknight show.

The residual effect: How much will Lee ``Hacksaw'' Hamilton (not his real name) blow his stack when he come to grips with the fact that program director Don Martin won't bring him back to the weekdays, especially when listeners can't be completely satisfied with how the new afternoon drive-time show has been sounding since he was pushed out.
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Date:Sep 27, 2006
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