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Rhymes With Bill
June 25th, 2015

Pete Rose-Colored Glasses: A Case For Charlie Hustle

The ongoing campaign by Pete Rose to return to baseball’s good graces and become eligible for the Hall of Fame hit another bump in the road this week when ESPN revealed evidence that Rose had bet on games when he was a player … something he had denied. Bill Littlefield thinks Rose should be enshrined anyway.

In Their Own Words
June 20th, 2015
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Audio Diary: Father And Son Journey From Little League To The Pros

Reporter Mark Moran, whose son Spencer was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays last year, recently traveled with the rest of his family to watch his son pitch his first game as a pro. He kept an audio diary and shares his reflections on this Father’s Day weekend.

Only A Blog
June 18th, 2015
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Under Review: Cardinals Caught Stealing?

The Cardinals are under investigation by the FBI and Justice Department for allegedly hacking into an internal network of the Houston Astros. After the New York Times broke the news, Twitter stole the show. Here are some users who hit it out of the park.

Commentary
June 17th, 2015

The Last Place You Want To Be

The Boston Red Sox season has been dismal thus far. Bill Littlefield tells the story of a time he and some friends decided to stay away from Fenway Park.

Feature
June 13th, 2015
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From College World Series To MLB World Series In 4 Months

In June of 2014, Brandon Finnegan was pitching in the College World Series. Four months later, he made history by pitching in the MLB World Series. Reporter Greg Echlin got the story from Finnegan and his coaches.

In Depth
June 13th, 2015

MC Hammer And The Oakland A’s

Rapper MC Hammer shot to fame with his 1990 hit “U Can’t Touch This.” Now he’s known for being a Golden State Warriors superfan. But back before all of that, MC Hammer worked in the front office of the Oakland A’s. Claire McNear joins Bill Littlefield to delve into a bizarre piece of baseball history.

Featured Book
June 13th, 2015

‘Split Season’ Details The Strike Shortened 1981 MLB Season

The 1981 baseball season was shaping up to be a great one, behind Pete Rose’s bat and Fernando Valenzuela’s arm. But the season was interrupted by a strike, which is the focus of author and mayor of Cooperstown Jeff Katz’s new book. Katz talked with Bill Littlefield.

Only A Blog
June 11th, 2015
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Home Run Balls: To Keep Or Not To Keep, That Is The Question

When Cleveland outfielder Brandon Moss launched his 100th career home run into the Indians’ bullpen, his teammates held the ball for ransom. This prompted Only A Game to look back at the fate of other notable home run balls.

Featured Book
June 6th, 2015

‘Molina’ Remembers A Father Who Raised Three World Series Champs

Bengie Molina played in the Major Leagues from 1998 until 2010. His brothers Jose and Yadier have also had pro careers. Bengie joined Bill Littlefield to discuss his new book, “Molina: The Story of the Father Who Raised An Unlikely Baseball Dynasty.”

Commentary
June 3rd, 2015

Remembering Former Cub Lennie Merullo

Lennie Merullo died on Saturday at 98. The former shortstop is often remembered for playing for the Cubs the last time they were in the World Series. But Bill Littlefield will remember Merullo for another reason.

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