We return to the Los Angeles where KLON's Jerry Oh is at a Lakers party, and partygoers hope they can celebrate yet another Lakers championship.
Bill Littlefield updates the play at the US Open, and Greg Echlin visits with the last man to win the Open at Southern Hills, "Terrible" Tommy Bolt.
Julia Ruth Stevens
Some people think their father is larger than life. Julia Ruth Stevens' father actually WAS. Her new book, "Major League Dad: A Daughter's Cherished Memories," looks back on life as the Babe's bambina. Bill Littlefield visited with Stevens at her home.
Bourque Comes Back
What happens when a beloved ex-Bruin wins the Stanley Cup? Bill Littlefield finds some Bostonians who are mad about Ray Bourque. Visit onlyagame.wbur.org after the show to see photos of Bourque's visit to Boston with the beloved Cup.
Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Pat Croce the Scaling Sixer, Don King, and faith in Joe Torre.
Bill reads some listener mail.
Ultimate Frisbee? Chicken? Ultimate Frisbee? Chicken? There's no need to choose. In Versailles, Ohio you can have both. As Interlochen Public Radio's Peter Payette reports, the town's annual "Poultry Days" festival celebrates poultry, and hosts one heck of an ultimate frisbee tournament.
This program aired on June 16, 2001. The audio for this program is not available.