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First Pitches, Hits and Homers of the Season
Bill recaps Major League Baseball's opening day festivities including Barry Bonds taking the field, Pedro Martinez on the mound and reaction from the stands.
When the Mets' Julio Franco hits his next home run, he will become the oldest major league player ever to achieve that feat. But as Ron Schachter reports, the 47-year-old Franco has bigger plans.
Luck Kicks Off a New Season
Major League Soccer's 11th season began last weekend with six games, including the Houston Dynamo's inaugural match, a 5-2 home victory over the Colorado Rapids. Bill discussed the team's first season with Houston Dynamo President and General Manger Oliver Luck.
Women's Basketball Dribbles into Beantown
Bill covers five days of electrifying women's hoops events that made Boston the collegiate and pro basketball capitol of the world.
An Alaskan Hoop Adventure
Bill talks with Michael D'Orso about his unique journey covering a game's ability to bring a warm spirit to one tribe living in Arctic cold temperatures. Michael D'Orso is the author of "Eagle Blue: A Team, A Tribe, and a High School Basketball Season in Arctic Alaska."
An Alaskan Adventure Continues
Bill's conversation with author Michael D'Orso continues.
Women's Basketball Triumphs and More with Charlie Pierce
Crowning Terps champions, canceling a Blue Devil season, challenging the Masters, and More with Charlie Pierce.
Since winning the country's first Olympic medal in curling, a bronze at Torino, the US men's curling team has gone from relative obscurity to minor celebrity. But, can the team's winning ways carry over to the World Men's Curling Championship this week in Lowell? Only A Game's Karen Given has the story.
This program aired on April 8, 2006.
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