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Tim Kurkjian

Even though ESPN's Tim Kurkjian went an abysmal 0 for 4 in predicting the League Championship Series teams, Bill Littlefield asks him for his thoughts on who will make it to the World Series.

Angels on High

Baseball's pennant races are filled with unlikely teams this year, none more so than the Anaheim Angels. KKJZ's Nick Roman reports from Anaheim on the team that's finally winning, even after ditching their star player.

Sandy Koufax

When Sandy Koufax retired from baseball at age 30, he was at the top of his game. Since then, the legend of the left-handed pitcher has grown, while Koufax has kept himself out of the public eye. Bill Littlefield talks to Jane Leavy, author of "Sandy Koufax: A Lefty's Legacy."

Helene Elliott

The pucks have dropped, and the National Hockey League season is underway. That means it's time to check in with Helene Elliott, who covers hockey for the Los Angeles Times.

MLB playoffs, MLS playoffs, and more

Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: MLB playoffs, MLS playoffs, and a yodel of a record.

Pennant Races without the Favorites

Bill Littlefield comments on how much fun it is to watch pennant races without the Yankees, the Braves, and some of the other usual suspects.

Hammer Thrower

After more than 60 years away from the sport, 81-year-old Bob Chase picked up a hammer and started throwing again. And he's been surprising his competition ever since. Maine Public Radio's Matthew Algeo has our story.

This program aired on October 12, 2002.

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