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Brewers BaseballThe Yankees are horrible and the Rays are actually good. What's up with Major League Baseball? Bill Littlefield turns to ESPN's Tim Kurkjian for a late-season update.

Late last summer, hopes were high that Milwaukee would make the post-season for the first time since 1982, but the Brewers faded out and watched the playoffs on TV. This season, the team is ahead of Saint Louis in the wild-card standings and hope springs eternal in Milwaukee. Mitch Teich of Milwaukee Public Radio reports.

For the most part, this weekend's college football action consists of Nowhere State being bullied by the much bigger and better We Have Rich Alums University. Bill talks with Dan Wetzel of Yahoo Sports for a championship game pick, a lecture on the power of the SEC, and a rundown of the early games worth watching.

When does a story about a summer camp for kids from some of the world's most war-torn countries become a sports story? On NBA Day, of course. Only A Game's Ken Shulman visited the Seeds of Peace camp in Otisfield, Maine and discovered what NBA players can teach, and learn, about peaceful conflict resolution.
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Bill opens the Only A Game mailbag, which is mostly filled with concerned listeners who want to make sure he understands the definition of a parsec.

Bill and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: the top seed is out at the US Open, the annual string of lopsided college football games begin, and the Olympic rings turn gold…and matrimonial.
New England Lobstermen are a hard-working bunch. With the increasing cost of fuel, the unpredictable harvests, and the vagaries of the seafood market, it can be hard to make a living. So, why can you sometimes spy souped-up lobster boats drag racing off the coast? Only A Game's Doug Tribou has our story.
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This program aired on August 30, 2008.

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