Brewers Attendance Woes
Many Major League Baseball teams are dealing with lackluster attendance this year. In Milwaukee, the Brewers are already down about 250,000 customers...one of the league's largest attendance declines. But, as Chuck Quirmbach of Wisconsin Public Radio reports, the Brewers haven't given up trying to get more people through the doors of Miller Park.
NBA Draft goes Global
Unless this year's NBA draft takes a very unexpected turn, there will be legions of foreign hoopsters booking flights to their respective NBA cities come June 26th. CBS Sportsline columnist Dan Wetzel joins us to discuss this year's NBA xenophilia.
An Iowa town looks to goat races to save the day.
Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig has stridently maintained that the teams with revenue trickles rather than revenue streams cannot compete. For the last several years, Oakland Athletics General Manager Billy Beane has been proving Selig wrong. We'll talk with Michael Lewis, author of Moneyball, a new book about Billy Beane's achievement.
USA Luge Slider Search
It's no secret that Olympic gymnasts, figure skaters and even soccer players start practicing their sport early in life. But how do Olympic lugers get discovered? Only A Game's Karen Given set out to answer that burning question.
Bill reflects on the life of baseball pioneer Larry Doby.
Indy Car Triathletes
This weekend, Indy Racing League drivers will test their quick reflexes and stamina in the Suntrust Indy Challenge at Virginia's Richmond International Speedway. Last week, a few IRL drivers tested the same attributes at the invitation of USA Triathlon, which helped them experience a day-in-the-life of triathletes at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. Only A Game's Nancy Greenleese reports.
This program aired on June 21, 2003.