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Tour de France
It's been a long strange Tour for Lance Armstrong. But he is in the lead as cycling's biggest event heads into its final weekend. Andy Hood, European Correspondent for Velo News joins us from the tour and gives us a preview of the final two legs.
Bob Uecker has a ticket back to the "front row". Cooperstown usually excludes guys with .200 career batting averages, but tomorrow Uecker will receive the Ford C. Frick Broadcasting Award at the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Wisconsin Public Radio's Chuck Quirmbach reports.
An English Cabbie cashes in on the British Open.
New England Gray Sox
On Saturday, July 24, 1993, Boston area listeners tuned in to WBUR and heard Only A Game's inaugural program. The most memorable story which ran on that steamy July day was a feature on Bill Lee's barnstorming New England Gray Sox. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Only A Game, we reprise that story.
Letters from Years Past
Ten years ago, the producers of Only A Game's first installment produced a barrage of letters, both good and bad. Bill Littlefield looks back at those responses.
Barry Bonds and More with Charlie Pierce
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Barry Bonds proves he's the best, the New York Yankees write a check, and "P. Diddy" takes on the Knicks.
This Ain't Brain Surgery
As a pitcher, Larry Dierker won 139 games in the big leagues. As the manager of the Houston Astros, he won four division championships in five seasons. In a retirement he doesn't seem entirely ready to accept, he's written "This Ain't Brain Surgery."
This program aired on July 26, 2003.
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