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The Mighty, Mighty Ducks

You take the Red Wings from Detroit, the defending Stanley Cup Champions from Hockey Town, USA and you pit them against the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, the often struggling team from Disneyland, USA and you have an easy Detroit playoff victory, right? Wrong. Nick Roman of KKJZ in Long Beach, California reports on the new Hockey Town USA and it's no longer Detroit.

Baseball's Drug Squabble

Most experts and many players think Major League Baseball's testing for steroids is a joke. But the union is against stricter, more random testing despite former players coming forward and admitting both steroids and amphetimines are prevalent in today's clubhouses. There's a rift forming in one of the world's most powerful unions over this issue. Buster Olney of the New York Times recently reported on this development and he joins us to talk about it.

British Shooters Lose Their Marbles

Too much alcohol loses a world's championship for Great Britain.

The Fed Cup

The Fed Cup tournament doesn't usually draw a lot of interest but this year it's different. Serena and Venus Williams are on the U.S. team and their presence on the team ensured the fastest sellout in Fed Cup history.

First Off The Tee

Calvin Coolidge was hopeless at it. Gerald Ford was pretty fair, albeit erratic. Richard Nixon cheated at it but not as creatively as Bill Clinton did. The activity that those persons shared is Golf.

WNBA Update

BIll updates the latest on the now-over WNBA labor struggle.

The NHL Going Quackers and More with Charlie Pierce

Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: The NHL playoffs, the cell phone as a weapon and ironing, mountaineer-style.

NFL Scouting Reports After Dark?

Bill Littlefield comments on the scouting reports for all the top prospects in this weekend's NFL Draft and wonders if it's their football skills the reports are scouting.


The Albuquerque Dukes were a legendary minor league baseball team. But the Dukes left the area a couple of years ago leaving its citizens nothing to root for. Enter the Isotopes, a fictional team originally seen on "The Simpsons." Now the 'Topes have come to life much to the local's delight. Confused? Not as much as fans are when you ask them what an isotope is exactly. Paul Ingles has the story.

This program aired on April 26, 2003.

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