3 Stories: Super-Stadiums, MLB Scheduling Issues, Shohei Ohtani

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An unusual April sight: baseball in the snow. (Gene J. Puskar/AP)
Baseball in the snow is becoming a more familiar sight. (Gene J. Puskar/AP)

The love for San Antonio, a four-time host of the Final Four, from fans, players and coaches of college basketball is well-documented. But despite another exciting end to March Madness at the Alamodome, Rachel Bachman believes the chances of another Final Four in San Antonio are slim. She explains the increasing competition from super-stadiums across the country.

Also, the opening couple weeks of this year's MLB season have featured an unusual number of rainouts and snowouts. It was the earliest Opening Day for baseball in history. Should we be playing baseball in Detroit in March? Why don't all cold-weather teams have domes? Craig Calcaterra discusses.

And, just as billed, Los Angeles Angels rookie Shohei Ohtani is getting it done on the mound and at the plate. Bill Littlefield wonders if Ohtani is an exception to the rule that pitchers don't hit ... or whether we need to adjust our conventional wisdom.

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This segment aired on April 7, 2018.


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