South Korea’s Inbee Park made history on Sunday by becoming the first woman to win the first three majors of the year since Babe Didrikson Zaharias did it in 1950. Among those impressed was Bill Littlefield.
The Chicago Blackhawks claimed the Stanley Cup in dramatic fashion Monday night. Bill Littlefield looks at the wide range of emotions that come out at the end of an NHL season.
Next week the rookies entering the NFL will gather in Aurora, Ohio for a symposium designed to prepare them for life as professional football players. The occasion provides Bill Littlefield with the opportunity to speculate on the program.
The sad story of how Mom threw out your potentially valuable baseball card collection got an update and a new wrinkle this week. As a man who still laments the loss of the shoe boxes full of cards he left behind when he left his parents’ home, Bill Littlefield has something to say about it.
With 20 Major League Baseball players reportedly caught up in the latest doping scandal, Bill Littlefield takes a look at the sport’s history of performance enhancing drugs.
It’s only late May, but Bill Littlefield believes 2013 will be remembered as the year that saw gay athletes take the spotlight and keep it.
The USGA has decided to ban anchored putting beginning in 2016. Bill Littlefield thinks the ruling is just one in a long line of confusing and silly golf rules.
University of New Hampshire shot putter Cameron Lyle’s athletic career ended a few weeks sooner than he’d originally planned. Lyle had the chance to save a stranger’s life and he set sports aside to do it. Bill Littlefield shares his views on a touching story.
LeBron James has once again been voted the NBA’s Most Valuable Player. But not unanimously. Against his better judgment, Bill Littlefield has been thinking about that.
NBA free agent Jason Collins is the first athlete in one of the four major male pro sports to acknowledge that he is gay. Bill Littlefield comments on what Collins’ announcement says about the world he came out to.