Bill Walton's Battle With Chronic Pain And His Journey 'Back From The Dead'
Hall of Famer Bill Walton suffered chronic pain that led to despair. He fought his way back to health.
'No Freedom 'Til We're Equal': Heather Hardy Fights For Women's Boxing
Heather Hardy found a home in the ring. Now, she's fighting for gender equality in boxing.
How A Phone Call Helped Turn An Olympic Letdown Into A World Record
Hurdler Kendra Harrison turned Olympic disappointment into a world record.
Littlefield: Former Red Sox Pitcher Never Said 'No' To The Jimmy Fund
Bob Stanley should be recognized for something other than his role in Boston's 1986 World Series collapse.
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Remembering Johnny MacDougall, One Ballpark At A Time
Johnny MacDougall's love for baseball began when he was just four months old. Eleven years later, his father, Dave, and brother, Tommy, are traveling to every ballpark in Major League Baseball to honor Johnny's memory.
An award-winning weekly sports magazine hosted by veteran NPR commentator Bill Littlefield, Only A Game puts sports in perspective with intelligent analysis, insightful interviews and a keen sense of humor.
Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss Aaron Judge's odd night at the plate. Also, the Detroit Red Wings threaten legal action over the use of their logo in Charlottesville. And the Rally Cat has been found.
Littlefield: What Jimmy Did At Tuers Park
When Bill Littlefield thinks back to his years playing baseball at Tuers Park in junior high, he remembers Jimmy. A right-handed pitcher with a non-traditional...