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August 22nd, 2015

Littlefield: A Transistor Radio, A Baseball Bat And A Childhood Memory

To cap off this week’s “Time Show,” Bill Littlefield recalls a night listening to a New York Giants’ comeback on a transistor radio.

Featured Book
August 22nd, 2015

From MLB To Homeless: J.R. Richard Tells His Story In ‘Still Throwing Heat’

J.R. Richard was a star pitcher for the Houston Astros in the ’70s, but his life changed forever when he suffered a stroke in 1980. He never pitched in MLB again and ended up living under bridge. In his new book “Still Throwing Heat,” Richard tells his story of overcoming homelessness.

Commentary
August 22nd, 2015

Commentary: MLB Owners Change With The Times

Bill Littlefield recently stumbled upon some World Series photos from the early-1900s and noticed that teams used to pack fans into stadiums by selling seats on the field. Today’s owners no longer park fans in center field, but they’ve found other ways to maximize profit…

Feature
August 15th, 2015

Inspired By MLB Star, Teenage Girl Trades Softball For Baseball

Before he earned two World Series rings, Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia was told he was too small to play baseball. He didn’t listen and now he’s inspired one teenage girl to ignore the critics who say girls should stick to softball. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou has our story.

Only A Blog
August 13th, 2015
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Sidelined By Freak Injuries: From Sneezes To Bad Dreams

New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith will miss six to 10 weeks after his jaw was broken in a locker room altercation. The incident reminded Only A Game of some other memorable injuries that occurred off the field of play.

Featured Book
August 1st, 2015

‘Mashi’ Chronicles Journey of Japan’s First MLB Player

The first Major League Baseball player from Japan was a 20-year-old pitcher by the name of Masanori Murakami. The lefty only played two seasons in the MLB, but his journey is the subject of the new book called “Mashi” by Robert Fitts. Murakami, Fitts and translator Yuriko Romer joined Only A Game’s Doug Tribou.

3 Stories You Should Know
July 25th, 2015

Feds Drop Case Vs. Bonds; UAB Football Returns; And ESPN’s Talent Troubles

Toronto Star sports columnist Bruce Arthur and sports writer Erik Malinowski join OAG guest host Shira Springer for this week’s edition of “3 Stories You Should Know.”

3 Stories You Should Know
July 18th, 2015

NCAA Payments; All-Star Slump; And Coaches On Confederate Flags

Colleges could soon be bidding on football and men’s basketballs recruits; the MLB All-Star Game received record-low ratings; and (some) SEC football coaches shared their thoughts on the Confederate flag. Patrick Hruby and Pat Forde join Bill Littlefield for this edition of “3 Stories You Should Know.”

Commentary
July 11th, 2015

Jose Fernandez Has Found A Home At Marlins Park

Miami pitcher Jose Fernandez has a 12-0 career record at Marlins Park — and a 4-8 record on the road. But as Bill Littlefield writes, those aren’t the most significant numbers in Fernandez’s life.

Feature
July 11th, 2015

25 Years After ’90 MLB All-Star Game, Greg And Gregg Olson Reconnect

Pitcher Gregg Olson reached his first and only All-Star Game in 1990. And so did catcher Greg Olson. They haven’t spoken since. On the 25th anniversary of that game, Bill Littlefield got Greg and Gregg on the phone together to remember the coincidence — and to find out what happens to all those baseball cards that get mailed to the wrong Olson.

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