With the end of the baseball season nearing, commentator Bill Littlefield is thinking about what the end of the baseball season means to some especially devoted fans of the game.
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With the World Series kicking off, Bill Littlefield is thinking about the different ways fans appreciate the game of baseball.
Excitement is building as Boston faces Detroit in the ALCS. But Bill Littlefield isn’t quite sure these new Red Sox are any better than the old.
Like many sports fans, Bill Littlefield has become numb to rising ticket prices. At least he thought he had until he checked the price of tickets for an upcoming game between the Lakers and Heat.
Can there be such a thing as too much sports? With baseball’s playoffs, NFL and college football, the start of the NHL season and more, Bill Littlefield has been wondering about that.
College football season is in full swing. Bill Littlefield has been wondering if some teams wish it was otherwise.
Bill Littlefield responds to comments from Only A Game’s listeners.
Experts feared that the WNBA was going under, but with three dazzling rookies, a new website, logo, and colors, interest is rising. Will the WNBA be able to grow and prosper? Nate Taylor from the New York Times joins us to discuss the leagues fate.
What’s better than a Jackie Robinson autograph? Bill Littlefield recounts a 77-year-old’s story of Robinson and Preacher Roe of the Brooklyn Dodgers.
The NFL started the 2013-2014 season on the right foot. There were record setting television audiences opening weekend. Bill muses about the upcoming season with some poetry.