Twenty years after being featured on Only A Game’s first show, Bill Lee returns to the program to update Bill Littlefield on his current hobbies: making bats and pitching.
The Boston Red Sox have added a new sign to the Green Monster. It’s an ad for a casino. Bill Littlefield imagines some fans may be uncomfortable with the change.
Fresh off a World Series victory with the Red Sox, outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury has signed with Boston’s archrival, the New York Yankees. Bill Littlefield looks at some of the more memorable departures from Fenway to the Bronx.
OAG’s Karen Given has been covering the Red Sox throughout their World Series Championship run. She shares her experience with Bill Littlefield.
The St. Louis Cardinals and the Boston Red Sox are squaring off in the World Series — and not for the first time. ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian joins Bill to discuss the storied history between the teams.
With the World Series kicking off, Bill Littlefield is thinking about the different ways fans appreciate the game of baseball.
Baseball is bigger than who wins the World Series. Mount Holyoke President Lynn Pasquerella recalls the beginning of her love of baseball.
Beards have been sprouting up on Red Sox players since spring training. Only A Game’s Karen Given takes a look at this year’s playoff phenomenon.
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.
MLB general managers Dan Duquette, Ben Cherington and Neal Huntington share more than an occupation. They also share an alma mater. Duquette, GM of the Baltimore Orioles, joins Bill Littlefield to explain how a small liberal arts college in Western Massachusetts has created a pipeline to MLB front offices.