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Florida Marlins

After trading Miguel Cabrera and Dontrelle Willis to the Tigers, the Florida Marlins are once again in a sad, all-starless state. Bill Littlefield speaks with Miami Herald writer Greg Cote about the rollercoaster impersonating Marlins

Detroit Tigers

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With trades for Miguel Cabrera and Dontrelle Willis, the Detroit Tigers are looking GRRREAT! Bill Littlefield speaks with Detroit Free Press sports columnist Michael Rosenberg about the Tigers.

The New Cleveland Browns

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Since regaining a franchise named the Browns, Cleveland has yet to recapture the success of its glory days. But Only A Game's Ron Schachter says this year's team looks like it just might be a contender.

"The Last Great Fight"

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Bill Littlefield and Joe Layden discuss the latter's new book about the 1990 Buster Douglas' upset of Mike Tyson, a match that Layden maintains was one of the most important in boxing history.

Nude Bruins, Oh My!

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Have you ever wanted to see Bruins greats Bobby Orr and Derek Sanderson naked? Well now you can! Just stroll on down to the Deitch Gallery in NYC as George Carter of Carver, MA did. He provides his commentary on the exhibit.

Letters

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Bill 'Dear-Abby-Ain't-Got-Nuthin-On-Me' Littlefield dips into the Only A Game mailbag and reads your letters.

Led Zeppelin and More with Charlie Pierce

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Bill and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Barry "I'm not guilty and still want to play baseball next year" Bonds, new revelations on Bertuzzi's hit and Led Zeppelin: World's biggest ... motorcycle?

My Football Club

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The Green Bay Packers are the only NFL team owned by its fans. Stock is shared by 112,015 people but these co-owners get no direct input in team management, that would be crazy! Or would it?... Only A Game's Karen Given has the story of a "Football" club in England looking to take the Packers model to the next level.

This program aired on December 8, 2007.

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