Mike Fish was part of the Outside the Lines reporting team that broke the news about Major League Baseball’s plans to suspend players linked to a South Florida supplement provider. Fish joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the scandal.
LeBron James posted a triple-double in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, but it wasn’t enough for the Miami Heat to top the San Antonio Spurs. The New York Times’ Howard Beck joins Bill Littlefield to break down the Spurs’ victory and to preview the rest of the series.
As horses and jockeys prepare for this Saturday’s Belmont Stakes, one of horse racing’s historic venues is preparing to cease operation. Only A Game’s Susan Valot has the story.
Hall of Fame hockey broadcaster Mike “Doc” Emrick takes a break from calling the 2013 NHL playoffs to share the air with Bill Littlefield.
Dwight “Doc” Gooden pitched a no-hitter, won a Cy Young Award, and has three World Series rings, but the former MLB star battled drug addiction throughout his career. Gooden reflects on his life in a new memoir and speaks to Bill Littlefield about the book.
Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce tells Bill Littlefield which NHL player can now leave his wallet at home before a night on the town. Charlie also shares his thoughts on the NBA Finals; explains skier Lindsey Vonn’s unusual interruption at a fashion event; and denies allegations that he’s a closet Esther Williams fan.
Twelve-year-old Adam Neff has an unusual backyard. It houses a world-class tennis academy built just for him. The Wall Street Journal’s Tom Perrotta joins Bill Littlefield to share Neff’s story.
Many a successful athlete has made use of a keen eye, an occasional elbow, and — in soccer, at least — a hard head. Recently, Only A Game’s Ron Schachter visited Louisburg, N.C. for a championship that depends entirely on another part of the body.
Gary Waleik delivers the wry remarks in droves.
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