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Show rundown for 6/2/2007

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Ready for Launch

Though he may be 44, Roger Clemens certainly isn't letting a thing like age get in the way of his career. This upcoming Monday, the Rocket will return for his 24th major league season. Bill Littlefield discusses the longevity of Clemens' career and how fans nationwide will perceive his return.

The Buzz on MLB Pitching

While Roger Clemens may have figured out how to pitch forever, not all major league pitchers are so fortunate. Buzz Bissinger, author of "My Right Arm" in the Sunday New York Times Play magazine, weighs in on Kerry Wood, as well as the injuries and experiences of major league pitchers.

Hench's Hunches

The NBA Playoffs may actually feature a matchup this year that won't put everyone to sleep. Kevin Hench of joins Bill Littlefield to preview the NBA Finals.

Not Your Typical NBA Player

Paul Shirley isn't exactly what you would call a franchise player. During his four-year professional basketball career, he played for eleven teams in five countries. Paul sits down with Bill to recount his unusual pro experience as told in his new book, "Can I Keep My Jersey."

Chatting with Charlie Pierce

The Boston Globe's Charlie Pierce joins Bill to talk about LeBron James' playoff heroics, whether the Senators can make a Stanley Cup comeback, and where all the American men went at the French Open.

Sky High over Utah

Today over Instanbul, Turkey, twelve pilots will take to the skies in the fourth event of the 2007 Red Bull Air Race Series. Created just six years ago, the sport has already grown into one of the world's largest, drawing crowds of more than a million in cities across the globe. Daniel Kraker attended the last air race, which was held on May 12th at Monument Valley, Utah, and he has this report.

This program aired on June 2, 2007.


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