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Final Fours with Pat Forde
There are eight teams remaining in the NCAA Basketball tournaments. Pat Forde of the Louisville Courier Journal does his best to foresee Final Four fallout.
D.C. United's home opener will mark the debut of Major League Soccer's most lavishly compensated player, who is also the league's youngest player. That, of course, would be the most celebrated 14-year-old athlete in the land, Freddy Adu. Bill Littlefield has the story.
Pooh on You!
A sport that even a baby can win...almost.
Trouble in Tokyo with Tim Kurkjian
The fond hope that the New York Yankees would go 0-162 this season evaporated when the Yanks beat the Devil Rays in Game 2 of their series on Tokyo. That disappointment notwithstanding, it's about time for the rest of Major League Baseball's teams to begin playing games that count...which means it's also time to talk to Tim Kurkjian of ESPN and ESPN, the Magazine.
Bill Littlefield updates the progress of Adam Hyzdu, who's trying to make the Boston Red Sox' opening day roster.
Hank Aaron and the Home Run that Changed America
Author Tom Stanton talks about his new book, "Hank Aaron and the Homerun that Changed America," which recounts the story of Aaron's pursuit of the ghost of Babe Ruth and the reactions that Aaron encountered.
Track and Field is thriving once again in New York City's Washington Heights neighborhood. After an absence of 16 years, the Track and Field center at the Armory is back with new features, such as the National Track and Field Hall of Fame and a state of the art facility that draws thousands of High School and College runners from around the country. Jon Kalish reports.
This program aired on April 3, 2004.
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