Baseball players are notoriously superstitious, but do they have good reason for staying away from Milwaukee’s Pfister Hotel? This week on Only A Game, we’ll hear some stories from the supposedly haunted hostel. Plus, we break down the World Series with Tim Kurkjian and Bill reports from the world-beating, future NBA Champion Miami Heat’s opening loss the Boston Celtics.
As the present version of the San Francisco Giants try to win the team’s first World Series in over 50 years, Bill remembers some Giants greats from the past.
Why is Lakers great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar speaking to a Jewish federation in Massachusetts? Bill Littlefield catches up with the NBA’s all-time leading scorer to find out. Plus, we have the latest from the MLB playoffs and a report on the Iraqi national rowing team preparing for the Head of the Charles.
On Monday night, Barry Bonds returned to At&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. Sitting in a box seat between the team’s CEO and its president, Bonds, who faces ten counts of making false statements to a grand jury regarding his use of steroids, received a warm welcome from Giants fans…a reaction that did not surprise commentator Bill Littlefield.