3 Stories You Should Know: Golden State, Sepp Blatter and MLB Replay
Golden State Warriors fans are happy now, but how will they feel when the team moves to San Francisco in three years? Also, what will it take to get suspended FIFA president Sepp Blatter to stop making things worse? And how does technology help and hurt the game of baseball? Erik Malinowski and Shira Springer join Bill Littlefield.
'The Betrayal' Plays Fact Against Fiction In The 1919 Black Sox Scandal
In 1919, White Sox players conspired with gamblers to fix the World Series. In his new book "The Betrayal," Charles Fountain explores the limitations of what can ever be proven in the Black Sox scandal. Fountain joins Bill Littlefield.
Bob Gibson Recalls World Series Start And More, 'Pitch by Pitch'
Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Gibson struck out 17 batters in the first game of the 1968 World Series. Gibson’s Cardinals eventually lost that series in seven games, but the pitcher's historic performance hasn't been forgotten. Bill Littlefield speaks with Gibson about his new book, “Pitch by Pitch.”
At The Fall Classic, MLB Broadcaster Honors A Friend's Final Wish
Kansas City Royals broadcaster Denny Matthews' best friend died last year. When his widow Arnie Arnesen called to ask for help speading his ashes during the World Series, Matthews said yes. Matthews and Arnesen join Bill Littlefield to tell their story.