Bill talks with ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian about the 2012 World Series and Pablo Sandoval’s amazing night.
In 2015, the New York Islanders will move from their current home in Nassau County to Brooklyn, where they will share an arena with the new Brooklyn Nets. New York Times columnist George Vecsey spoke with Bill how these changes will, or won’t, affect New Yorkers.
As the NBA regular season is poised to begin, Brooklyn residents officially welcome the Nets to their new home. Only A Game’s Dave Grunebaum looks at the history of sports in the borough.
The Vancouver Whitecaps became the first Canadian soccer team to qualify for MLS postseason. Bill talks with Vancouver Sun columnist Iain MacIntyre about the team’s success and potential performance in their first match-up.
The Houston Dynamo, coached by Dominic Kinnear, are undefeated at home this season, and prepare for postseason play. Jesus Ortiz of the ‘Houston Chronicle’ spoke with Bill about the team’s dominance and Kinnear’s coaching success.
The New York Red Bulls are preparing to play in the MLS playoffs, but face the dual challenges of declining attendance and a potential regional rival. Jim Edwards of ‘Business Insider’ talked with Bill about the state of soccer in New York and postseason hopes for the Red Bulls.
Nearly 150 colleges in the U.S. have a rodeo team. Athletes are heavily recruited and because the NCAA doesn’t oversee the sport, students can get cash stipends and win prize money. Only A Game’s Ron Schachter reports on collegiate rodeos.
Will the “Queen of Katwe” receive any benefits from the book written about her? And, what was up with all those tuna cans? Bill Littlefield responds to comments from listeners.
OAG analyst Charlie Pierce talks with Bill about the World Series, the NFL standings, and the upcoming NBA season. He also discusses NBA Commissioner David Stern’s decision to retire and the Miami Marlins’ decision to fire Ozzie Guillen.
Only one major league baseball player has ever died from being hit with a ball. Molly Lawless, author of the graphic novel ‘Hit by Pitch,’ joins Bill to discuss Ray Chapman’s death in 1920.
The International Cycling Union stripped Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France wins, making the winner of those races…nobody. Bill Littlefield looks at the recent history of rewriting the sports history books.
Gary Waleik takes potshots at John Perotti’s music choices.
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