Stories from this broadcast: Citing Fan Safety, Baltimore Orioles Close Stadium; Cavs' Blatt Took Unusual — And Occasionally Dangerous — Route To NBA; Commentary: Sports By The Numbers; Why A $1 Billion Weekend Won't Save Boxing; Former English Teacher Explores MMA Life "In The Cage"; Sand Volleyball's Popularity Spikes Upward; Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports; Rocky Balboa, Hall of Famer? Voting Underway For Fictitious Athlete Hall Of Fame; Documentary 'Bounce' Uncovers Origins Of Our Favorite Sports
Stories from this broadcast: Steve Ballmer, 'The Most Normal $24 Billion Owner,' Lets Loose In L.A.; With Falling Numbers, Black College Basketball Coaches Form New Group; In Div. I, Small Gains For Female Athletic Directors; Making Sense Of The NFL's Concussion Settlement; Meet Joe Linta, An NFL Agent In Search Of Overlooked Prospects; In 'Natural Born Heroes,' McDougall Leaps Into Parkour; French Swimmer Leveaux's Autobiography Stirs Up Controversy; Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports; April 17, 1979: The Night Only 250 Fans Showed Up In Oakland; The Annapolis Cup: Drinks, Dancing And, Oh Yeah, Croquet
Stories from this broadcast: NBA's Serge Ibaka Returns Home In 'Son Of The Congo'; Islanders Fans Say Goodbye To Their 'Wonderful Dump,' Nassau Coliseum; N.Y. To Scranton Vs. K.C. To Hawaii: Triple-A Downgrades ... And Upgrades; MLB's DH Debate: Ortiz, Molitor, Davis Weigh In; Commentary: Tsarnaev Sentencing Looms Over 2015 Boston Marathon; Running To Remember: The Story Of Cancer Survivor Matt Tullis; Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports; Hecklers Welcome At Big 12 Tennis Matches; 'Course Correction' Details A Title IX Fight, A Naked Protest And An Olympian's Story
Stories from this broadcast: Psst, The Los Angeles Lakers Are Tanking...; No Tanking Here: NBA Exec Relies On 'Magical' Ping Pong Balls; mlbHarmony: Online Matchmaking For Major League Baseball Fans; Commentary: Raindrops Keep Falling On Baseball's Miami Marlins; The Woman Who Lured The Dodgers To L.A.; Sports Illustrated Documents Milton Bradley's History Of Domestic Violence; Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports; Indianapolis: How Sports Transformed A City; Commentary: Lauren Hill Made The Most Of Every Day She Had; 'Men In Green' Profiles Golf's Legends, Living And 'Secret'
When spring arrives and baseball begins, it's a time of hope and optimism for many fans. But for Bill Littlefield, it's also a time to look back on players who have come and gone, including former big league slugger George Scott.
Stories from this broadcast: Duke's Tyus Jones: From WNBA Practice Team To The Final Four; Notre Dame's Muffet McGraw On Final Four, Airport Triathlons And Spiders; Tim Kurkjian's Strange And Surprising Opening Day Stories; Will The NFL, Finally, Return To Los Angeles?; Lacrosse Helmets: Good Enough For Boys, Why Aren't Girls Wearing Them?; Commentary: Safety First — More Complicated Than It Sounds; Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports; Reds' Nursing Suite: A New Formula To Attract (Very) Young Fans; 'Baseball's Flawed Genius' Chronicles Billy Martin's Unpredictable Life