Show rundown for 9/20/2003Play
The Seattle Mariners are hoping from late season help in the form of a quadragenarian AAA call-up who has a bit of playoff, and World Series, experience. From Seattle, John Moe has our report.
Post Season Predictions with Tim Kurkjian
Hope springs, at least temporarily, in Boston, Minnesota, Chicago, Seattle, Florida, Philadelphia, and, just barely, Los Angeles. ESPN's Tim Kurkjian joins us to state unequivocally which teams will in fact participate in baseball's post season.
Stop Pecking Around
A big bird gets a stern warning.
Women's World Cup Preview
This year's Women's World Cup will be played in the shadow of the announcement this week that the WUSA, the professional league that's been employing most of the best players from around the world for the past three summers, has suspended operations. Tracy Ducar, a former Boston Breaker and member of the 1999 Women's World Cup team, joins us to look back at the WUSA and forward to the World Cup.
America's Armenians are maintaining ancient traditions and creating new ones at the Armenian Youth Federation Olympics, which celebrated its 70th Anniversary earlier this month in Cranston, Rhode Island. Only A Game's Ken Shulman traveled to the Ocean State and found a lot more than starting guns and sand pits.
Bill Littlefield empties the Only A Game mailbag.
WUSA and more with Charlie Pierce
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: the WUSA goes belly up, the "Great Predicto" is right again, and the "Boss" thinks about retiring..unless he doesn't.
The Last Sure Thing
Precisely 30 years ago today, Billie Jean King beat Bobby Riggs in a tennis match. The match wasn't close. It wasn't exciting. But the result of that match may have had a greater impact than any other.
This program aired on September 20, 2003.