The new ballpark in Miami opened this year, and it has many people in the area excited for Marlins baseball. Phil Latzman of WLRN in Miami has the story.
Fenway Park turned 100 years old on Friday. Only A Game’s Karen Given stopped by the historical ballpark to study its rich history.
Deal or no deal? The owners of the Sacramento Kings deny that there was an agreement to build a new basketball arena in California’s capital city. Now, the Sacramento Bee’s Dale Kasler says the team’s future is up in the air.
Organizers for the 2012 Olympic Games in London set themselves a goal: to be the most sustainable Olympics ever. Only A Game’s Ron Schachter took a trip across the pond to find out how everything is going.
The Olympic Stadium in Montreal didn’t exactly live up to its original expectations. Cost overruns left Canadian taxpayers with a hefty bill that took 30 years to pay.
The Houston Astrodome was originally advertised as the “Eighth Wonder of the World.” It didn’t quite live up to that billing, and it has been vacant for the better part of the last decade. David Barron of the Houston Chronicle joins us to talk about the historic dome.
In his latest commentary, Bill Littlefield offers two of his favorite sports memories: one at a tiny ballpark in Pennsylvania, and the other at one of the largest soccer stadiums in the world.
Charlie Pierce stops by to talk about stadiums. Were you expecting anything else this week?
Joining Bill Littlefield for a roundtable discussion on building and remodeling stadiums are Janet Marie Smith, Philip Bess, and Greg Sherlock, all of whom have vast experience in ballpark construction and renovation.
On the occasion of the Fenway Centennial, Only A Game’s Gary Waleik analyzes the musical home runs in this week’s show.
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