It’s hard to find anyone these days who doesn’t have an opinion about Alex Rodriguez’s admission that he used steroids. Bill Littlefield wasn’t one of those who was counting on A-Rod to be the savior of baseball’s reputation. But, he’s still irked by the latest news.
If Pittsburgh’s Sidney Crosby is The Beatles, then Washington’s Alex Ovechkin must be The Rolling Stones. This week on “Only A Game,” a tale of two hockey rockstars. Also, the latest in the A-Rod affair and a day on the slopes with The National Brotherhood of Skiers.
An old saying recited to young athletes time and time again is that cheaters never prosper. According to the decision by the International Olympics Committee to revoke the gold medals of the relay-mates of admitted steroid user Marion Jones, neither do their teams. What if such a standard, penalizing entire teams for the poor behavior of an individual, were applied to some […]
Barry Bonds has pounded more homeruns than any other player in Major League Baseball history. However, with the regular season all but underway, the 43 year old is still lacking employment. Bill Littlefield believes this situation won’t change, but can’t help but imagine the endless possibilities of the slugger’s hypothetical swansong.
This week on “Only A Game,” we review the myriad sounds of baseball…from the congressional hearing room to audibly distinct ballparks across the country. We’ll talk NASCAR at Daytona, too, which will probably be much louder.
Congress spent more than four hours questioning Roger Clemens and Brian McNamee about steroids. And, as Bill Littlefield comments, after more than four hours, we don’t know any more than we did when we started.