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Listen closely … is that the sound of more air escaping from the NFL’s Deflategate scandal? Charlie Pierce joins Only A Game guest host Doug Tribou to discuss Brady v. NFL; Charlie’s theory on why the league is happy that the saga has gone on for more than six months now; and the two latest women to join the […]
The first Major League Baseball player from Japan was a 20-year-old pitcher by the name of Masanori Murakami. The lefty only played two seasons in the MLB, but his journey is the subject of the new book called “Mashi” by Robert Fitts. Murakami, Fitts and translator Yuriko Romer joined Only A Game’s Doug Tribou.
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This week, the NFL upheld Tom Brady’s four-game suspension in the Deflategate saga. As the league and its players union prepare for a court battle, guest host Doug Tribou speaks with employee rights expert Lewis Maltby about how this situation might have played out if Tom Brady delivered pizza for a living.