Show rundown for 10/13/2001
Bill has the latest score and then Tim Kurkjian of ESPN analyzes the divisional playoffs and may possibly ring the death knell for the New York Yankee dynasty. But, as he always says, the Yankees are still the Yankees, so you never know.
The former Major League Baseball All-star and Broadcaster can now add another title to his resume: Division Winning Manager. Jeff Parets of member station KJZZ in Phoenix visited with Brenly before the post-season and has this story.
Just so you Know, the Olympics are in Utah.
Tony Gwynn, with his career .338 average and eight batting titles, is a lock for the Hall Of Fame. After retiring this year, he quickly found himself a new job. Nancy Greenlease of member station KPBS in San Diego has our story.
Rich Wilson revisits "Only A Game" from the cabin of Great American Two, the trimaran bound for Melbourne Australia. He gives us an update on the quest to break the record set by the Clipper Mandarin, set almost 150 years ago.
Bill Littlefield reads some listener letters.
Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: The possible end of a baseball dynasty, the return of a basketball monarch, and vive la bungee!
Bill Littlefield has the story of women's polo. It may surprise you how quickly it is gaining momentum in the sports world. It also may surprise how a sport once considered genteel and upper class is a lot rougher than it appears.
This program aired on October 13, 2001. The audio for this program is not available.