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Summer League Baseball
The other boys of summer spent this week competing for NBA roster spots in summer league games. Bill Littlefield takes in a game and visits with some hot prospects.
The Maccabiah games are often called the "Jewish Olympics." But, this year they almost didn't happen at all, as thousands of competitors decided it was too dangerous to travel to Israel. Bill Littlefield talks with Sharon Berger of the Jerusalem Post about the competition.
Bill Littlefield updates the annual Wife Carrying Race.
British Open Update
Bill Littlefield updates the leaderboard at the British Open.
Golf Learning Center
Reporter Chuck Quirmbach visits the Bridging the Gap Golf Learning Center in Milwaukee, where inner city kids glean golf...and other stuff.
If you were stuck in your humdrum life and you had a chance to play a round of golf on the course of your dreams, would you take it? Of course you would, Author J. Michael Veron returns to Only A Game to talk to Bill about his latest book "The Greatest Course That Never Was."
Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: a new President for the IOC, new players for NBA teams and a new way to see the sights.
Brooklyn hasn't had it's own baseball team since the Dodgers left for L.A. But, this season, a new team has arrived to fill the void. Reporter Jay Field attends a Brooklyn Cylcones game and gets a good dose of nostalgia.
Baseball teams of yore and the hallowed grounds they once played on hold a special place in many fan's hearts. Bill points out, however, if these fans actually went to the ballpark when their beloved teams were there, maybe those teams would still be around.
This program aired on July 21, 2001. The audio for this program is not available.
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