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Tonight In The Dome: Coverage Of The 2011 Owners Combine, Gary Payton Returns, And A NASCAR Driver Caught Racing With A Prostitute In His Car

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Tonight In The Dome: Coverage Of The 2011 Owners Combine, Gary Payton Returns, And A NASCAR Driver Caught Racing With A Prostitute In His Car

Major League Baseball is headed to Florida and Arizona for spring training, and the SportsDome is serving up an Early Bird Special at its NEW TIME of 8/7c.  Alex Reiser and Mark Shepard are grilling up some analysis and restocking the salad bar with fresh-picked sports.  Get in line and grab a chilled plate, because this Dome is All You Can Eat.

Tune in to Onion SportsDome TUESDAY NIGHT at its NEW TIME at 8/7c on Comedy Central.

The latest baseball news isn't the only thing buzzing in the Dome tonight:

- All the legal fallout from the Daytona 500, where driver Taft Myers was pulled over mid-race Sunday and found with a prostitute in his car.

- The richest white men in the country are gathering in Indianapolis for the NFL Owners Combine.

- The NBA Hardwood boys are back for some post-All Star Game analysis, with former NBA superstar Gary Payton and the soul of basketball inventor Dr. James Naismith trapped in a turn-of-the-century music box.

The SportsDome's not waiting around.  Dome early and Dome often Tuesday night at 8.

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