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    Sunday Night Baseball

    Sunday Night Baseball

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    Sunday Night Baseball allows ESPN viewers to see a nationally televised marquee major league baseball game in prime time. For 21 years, Ford C. Frick Award winner Jon Miller called the play-by-play and Joe Morgan added color commentary. For the 2010 season, Orel Hershiser joined the booth.

    2011 marks the program's 22nd season and the first without Jon and Joe. Dan Shulman takes over the play-by-play duties and Bobby Valentine joins Hershiser to provide color commentary. For the 2012 season, Valentine left to manage the Boston Red Sox, replacing fired manager Terry Francona, who took over Valentine's spot in the broadcast booth. For the 24th season of 2013, Francona left to manage the Cleveland Indians and was replaced in the booth by John Kruk.moreless
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    MLS Cup

    MLS Cup

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    The MLS cup is the annual championship game of Major League Soccer.
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    WWE Saturday Morning Slam

    WWE Saturday Morning Slam

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    The CW (ended 2013)
    WWE Saturday Morning Slam, part of the Vortex lineup, features an original match and superstar profile every episode.
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    World's Strongest Man

    World's Strongest Man

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    BBC
    Starting in 1977 with The Hulk's Lou Ferrigno competing, The World's Strongest Man is an event held once a year, it brings champion strongmen from around the globe to compete against each other.moreless
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    Studio 42 With Bob Costas

    Studio 42 With Bob Costas

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    This show interviews baseball legends to learn more about the history behind baseball and the events that have gone on in its history. It looks at the issues of the past and also the issues of today.moreless
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    Football Wives

    Football Wives

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    VH1
    Go behind the scenes into the lives of the women who are married or living with stars from the NFL.
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    NBA Games of the Year 2009-10

    NBA Games of the Year 2009-10

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    NBA - National Basketball Association
    NBA Games of the Year 2009-10 on NBA TV.
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    Dwight Jaynes Posting Up

    Dwight Jaynes Posting Up

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    Comcast Sportsnet
    Dwight Jaynes interviews key sports figures including coaches, broadcasters and current and former players.
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    Lead Off

    Lead Off

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    CBS Sports
    2005 Miss Teen USA Allie LaForce and radio personality Doug Gottlieb host Lead Off. The show is a late night discussion, previewing what will be the big headlines tomorrow morning.
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    KHL on ESPN

    KHL on ESPN

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    ESPN2
    With the NHL lockout in effect KHL on ESPN has ESPN2 and ESPN3 airing games from the Kontinental Hockey League, the second biggest organization in the world.
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    Bubba's World

    Bubba's World

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    Fuel TV
    This series follows the daily life of motocross racer, James "Bubba" Stewart.
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    Camp Woodward

    Camp Woodward

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    Fuel TV
    Camp Woodward is a docu-reality series from Fuel TV. Set at the legendary Woodward East Camp in central Pennsylvania, the show follows the day-to-day lives of teenaged skaters, snowboarders, and other action sports athletes. The park itself is a highly regarded training ground for up-and-comers, and is conveniently located just hours from New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, D.C. Each season the show focuses on three kids with different personalities and backgrounds. Season two featured Cody Davis (Skate), Hunter Bagent (BMX), and Larry Schmidt (Skate). For season three, Camp Woodward follows Kool Keith look alike Jovon West, all around phenom Zane Timpson, and the candy loving, hyperactive Sean Ricany. In addition to the primary camp, Woodward also has a couple of secondary camps, Woodward West in California and Lake Owen in Wisconsin. According to the Camp Woodward web site, a season four is now in the works.moreless
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    Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials

    Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials

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    CBS
    Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials is an annual special event from CBS Online that invites viewers to revisit their favorite commercials from that year's Super Bowl and cast their vote online, allowing fans all over the country to help decide which of the hilarious advertisements deserves to go down in history as that year's best Super Bowl commercial. The Super Bowl has always been the biggest football event of the year, but for years now it's also been a much-anticipated source of the best commercials on television. These companies pay over two and a half million dollars for these thirty-second spots, a suitably high price considering these short ads will reach over ninety million viewers. As a result of the hefty price tag and enormous audience, these companies put all their effort into making the absolute best and most memorable advertisements they can. Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials is a fun video series that replays the most-loved ads from the Super Bowl and lets viewers decide which ones deserve to go down in history.moreless
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    Pardon the Interruption

    Pardon the Interruption

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    On Monday, Oct. 22, ESPN premiered Pardon The Interruption, a live and provocative show devoted exclusively to sports opinions and headline issues, airs each weekday at 5:30 p.m. ET leading into SportsCenter. The 30-minute program originates from Washington, D.C. and features Washington Post columnists Tony Kornheiser and Mike Wilbon. The two address a variety of issues from the sports world each day with some the help of some in-studio and out-of-studio contributors. The program reairs each weekday at 6:30 p.m. ET on ESPNEWS, and often at 7:30 on ESPN2. Kornheiser and Wilbon, who have been debating each other in the sports and style pages of the Washington Post for more than two decades, face-off nightly on the day's hot topics. Timely interviews with newsmakers frame the debates. Viewers also have an opportunity to ask questions and voice opinions. Veteran ESPN news executive Jim Cohen serves as the show's executive producer. Kornheiser and Wilbon, frequent guests on ESPN's The Sports Reporters, remain with The Post and continue writing columns for the sports pages. Kornheiser also continues as host of Tony Kornheiser Show on ESPN Radio.moreless
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    America's Game

    America's Game

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    NFL - National Football League
    This annual event looks back at the team that won the Super Bowl. Players, coaches and a special celebrity narrator will discuss the team's year-long journey to the top.
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    MotorWeek

    MotorWeek

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    PBS
    MotorWeek is an award-winning television series focused on the latest developments in the automotive world. The show began in 1981 and has been hosted by car expert John H. Davis ever since. MotorWeek shares its format with newsmagazine shows, and often features reviews, previews, comparisons, and interviews. Rounding out the rest of the Motorweek team include master technician Pat Goss, who always provides practical advice for maintaining your vehicle, and reporters Yolanda Vazquez, Jessica Choksey, and Steven Chupnick. Since 1983, MotorWeek has been behind the annual Drivers' Choice Awards, which honor the best vehicles of the year. The show is broadcast on both PBS and on the SPEED channel. Minor differences between the two versions include the lack of sponsor announcements, video ordering, and the Long Term Test Update segments. MotorWeek's historic 29th season, which began in 2009, saw the upgrade to high definition video. MotorWeek was originally broadcast on Maryland Public Television.moreless
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    Onion SportsDome

    Onion SportsDome

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    Comedy Central
    Based on the popular web series, the whole world of sports is covered including: teams, players, fans and crazy sports coverage. It appeals to all viewers and appreciators of The Onion News Network.moreless
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    UFC: Fight Night

    UFC: Fight Night

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    Spike TV
    This show involves a mixed martial arts contest between contestants of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
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    MuscleCar

    MuscleCar

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    Spike TV
    MuscleCar, a television program on Spike TV, features car enthusiasts rebuilding old American muscle cars from the ground up. The show also goes into how the cars were originally built, as well as their history in America's automotive tradition. The series delves deep into the lives of mechanics, painters and auto technicians as they attempt to restore classic automobiles to their glory days. The show was brought into a group of car-related shows called the Powerblock as of 2006. The show was orginially co-hosted by Lou Santiago and Jared Zimmerman before Zimmerman left to return to Rad Rides by Troy. Left by hmself, Santiago employed shop assistants to help present the show during this time. On October 1st, 2007, Rick "The Arsonist" Bacon became a new co-host on the show. Santiago remained on the show until later that month. His final show aired on Febuary 17th, 2008 with his offical on-air announcement of his departure. co-host of the series until his last taping of the show on Friday, October 26, 2007. The final show with him as host aired on February 17, 2008 with his on air official announcement of his departure. After Santiago left left the series, Bacon took over hosting duties along with new co-hos Brent Buttrey. Buttery then left, to be replaced by new co-host by Tommy Boshers.moreless
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    NBA on ESPN

    NBA on ESPN

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    During the 1982-1983 season ESPN began airing games from the National Basketball Association. ESPN was the second cable partner for the NBA, after USA Network started airing games in 1979. The initial run lasted just two seasons. In 2003 the NBA returned to ESPN, and is still on the channel today. The network often airs doubleheaders on Wednesdays and Fridays, along with occasional games on Tuesdays and Sundays.moreless
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