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Auto racing

10:30 a.m.NBS MBNA RacePoints 200 pole qualifyingSpeed
NoonNNC MBNA RacePoints 400 pole qualifyingSpeed
1:30 p.m.NCTS MBNA RacePoints 200Speed


7 p.m.Devil Rays at MarinersFSN


NoonWNBA: Seattle at Phoenix, tape from ThursdayFSN


11 p.m.Harrison vs. Brodie (featherweights), Mack vs. TBA (super middleweights), tapeShow


7 a.m.Wales OpenGolf
NoonThe Memorial TournamentESPN
NoonMen: NCAA Championships, tapeGolf
1 p.m.Shoprite LPGA ClassicESPN2
2 p.m.Allianz Championship, tapeGolf


5 p.m.College World SeriesESPN2


7 a.m.French OpenNBC
10 a.m.French Open, tapeESPN2

TV Saturday


7 p.m.Devil Rays at MarinersFSN
7 p.m.Cubs at PadresWGN
10 a.m.Angels at Red SoxFOX


1 p.m.WNBA: Los Angeles at SacramentoABC
5 p.m.NBA playoffs: Miami at DetroitTNT


NoonArena Conference ChampionshipNBC


11 a.m.LPGA Shoprite ClassicESPN2
NoonPGA: The Memorial TournamentCBS

Auto Racing

10 a.m.Champ Car in West Allis, Wis.CBS
10:30 a.m.NASCAR Busch Series in Dover, Del.FX
1 p.m.NASCAR Nextel Cup practiceFX


1 p.m.MLS: Chivas USA at ChicagoESPN2
4:30 p.m.U.S. vs. Costa RicaESPN2


6 a.m.French Open: Women’s finalNBC


9 a.m.College World SeriesESPN

TV Sunday


NoonIndians at White SoxWGN
1 p.m.Devil Rays at MarinersFSN
5 p.m.Giants at MetsESPN


10 a.m.NFL Europe: Cologne at BerlinFOX
NoonArena Conference ChampionshipNBC


9 a.m.PGA Memorial TournamentUSA
NoonLPGA Shoprite ClassicESPN2

Auto racing

10:30 a.m.NASCAR Nextel Cup in Dover, Del.FX


6 a.m.French Open: Men’s FinalNBC


10 a.m.College World Series ESPN
4 p.m.College World Series ESPN2

Radio today


6 p.m.Devil Rays at Marinerssee below

Seattle Mariners baseball broadcasts can be heard on the following affiliates: 840-AM, Colfax; 920-AM, Spokane; 1080-AM, Coeur d’Alene; 1350-AM, Lewiston/Clarkston; 92.1-FM, Colville; 100.3-FM, Moses Lake/Ephrata.


3 p.m.Dennis Patchin Show630-AM
4 p.m.Toby Howell and Bob Castle Show790-AM

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