Show rundown for 10/26/2002Play
The Washington DC Sniper changed the lives of many including the area's high school athletes. Bill talks to Washington Post High School Editor, John Denunzio about how sports dealt with the crisis.
We go to Onondaga, New York where a Junior running back is setting all sorts of high school football records on the field and attracting major colleges from across the nation to the upstate farming community. David Sommerstein of North Country Public Radio has the story.
Hit tiny target for tacos.
The Expos, the soon-to-be-team-formerly-from-Montreal, are looking for a place to stay. And Washington D.C. would love to have them, or anyone. But, then again, as Only A Game's Karen Given will show, D.C. is not exactly a baseball hot bed.
Ty Cobb, one of the greatest, scariest, meanest and controversial players in baseball history, is examined in the book "Tyrus." by Patrick Creevy. "Tyrus" focuses on the most critical few months of Cobb's, that made him the complex man he was.
The World Series, Uzbekistan vs. Billiards and More
Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: the NBA opens, The World Series, and Uzbekistan takes a stand against Billiards.
World Series Kids
The Series between the Angels and Giants has seen plenty of fireworks. But, as Bill will show, the players aren't stealing the show; it's their kids.
Not everyone would think horseracing and education could go hand in hand. But Only A Game's Kathleen Adams has found a school in Lexington, Kentucky where just such thing is happening with some success.
This program aired on October 26, 2002.