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Devil Rays

The Tampa Bay Devil Rays are more than 30 games out of first place, but at least they're still on the field. Bill talked to some players about Playing for baseball's worst team and preparing for baseball's potential strike.

Seamus Malin

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Bill talked to soccer guru Seamus Malin in the studio about Major League Soccer in and how it is faring now that the afterglow of the US team's success in the World Cup is starting to fade a bit.

Info Break

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The Royals go bowling.

Sex, Lies and Headlocks

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The excesses of professional wrestling have received some headlines over the years, but who knew that there were enough scandals to fill an entire book? Shaun Assael joined Bill from NPR's New York Bureau to talk about the author's new book about the pseudo-sport, called "Sex, Lies and Headlocks."

WWE

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The World Wrestling Federation has gone through some changes since its staggering heyday a couple of years ago. You can't even call it the WWF anymore. Only A Game's Karen Given takes a look at the state of the newly re-named World Wrestling Entertainment Company.

Charlie Pierce

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Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Can baseball really solve its problems, the Ted Williams document, and how selling drinks and cookies got some kids in hot water.

Letters

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Bill plunges into the Only A Game mail-sack.

Scooter Races

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From Los Angeles, reporter Nick Roman, of KLON in Long Beach, California has yet another unlikely story from the world of motor sports

This program aired on July 27, 2002.

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