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Finally Four

Greg Oden's troubling fouls, a rematch of last year's championship game, Florida's haters, and the basketball legacy's of Georgetown and UCLA. This weekend's Final Four looks to address all hot topics. Bill welcomes Pat Forde to sort through it all.

The Female Field of Four

The women's Final Four features repeat offenders, Tennessee, North Carolina, LSU, even Rutgers is making it's second appearance in the 21st century. But that doesn't mean its lacking intrigue. Bill welcomes San Francisco Chronicle reporter Michelle Smith to dissect the women's side.

New Beginnings in Baseball

Bill Littlefield previews the 2007 MLB season with Tim Kurkjian, looking at what's new between the foul lines. Is Randy Johnson still relevant? Can the Braves battle the Mets in the East? Is parity real or just P.R.? And will the Cubs ever make their fans happy?

Altering His Field of Play

Chris Snow waved goodbye to reporting baseball in 2006 to take an upper management NHL. Snow is now the Director of Hockey Operations for the Minnesota Wild. Gabe O'Connor looks at why Snow switched sports and jobs.


Bill reads a few letters from the "Only A Game" mailbag.

Brackets, Baseball, and More with Charlie Pierce

Charlie Pierce joins Bill to add his two cents on the Final Four and his own beleaguered bracket, baseball's new season and a Norwegian moon is witnessed over Daytona.

"The Soul of Baseball"

Buck O'Neil was the first black coach in the Major Leagues, but most current baseball fans knew him as the most energetic ambassador the game has ever had.

This program aired on March 31, 2007.

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