Baseball Rule Proposal, Poet/Basketball Fan, Cuba Visit
The average MLB game this season has taken three hours and four minutes. This week on OAG, NYU game theorists propose a radical rule change to shorten games.
Double Play: 'An Old Barn. A Basketball Rim. An Indiana Story.'
Mike Morrow's barn in rural Indiana is old. But the net on the basketball hoop looks brand new.
The Catch-Up Rule: The Latest Pitch To Improve Baseball
Two NYU game theorists have come up with a new rule that would drastically change baseball.
The Story Of A Poet's Obsession With The NBA's D'Angelo Russell
Poet Mikko Harvey googles D'Angelo Russell a lot. He says "It's the weirdest thing I do."
The Chicago Sting's Groundbreaking Trip To Cuba
In 1978, a fledgling soccer team blazed a trail to Cuba for U.S. professional sports teams.
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The Battle Of The Sexes And A Scary Confrontation On The Alaskan Tundra
Janis Stoner was the only woman working as a land surveyor in Alaska when Billie Jean King beat Bobby Riggs in the Battle of the Sexes. After the match, Stoner feared for her life.
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Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
Howard Bryant and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss whether a House subcommittee review of guidelines for national sports betting will keep gambling honest. Also, the team that once again tops Forbes' list of most valuable NFL franchises. And, the beer flows as the Cleveland Browns earn their first...