Three years ago, golf writer James Dodson was invited to play golf with Donald Trump. Rain cut short the outing, but Dodson came away with stories...and a cheeseburger. Plus, a soccer team that's helping the homeless in Sacramento. And, the story of a Boston high school football player who asked the first lady of Massachusetts for a donation — and got much more than he expected.
Three years ago, golf writer James Dodson was invited to play golf with Donald Trump. Rain cut short the outing, but Dodson came away with stories ... and a cheeseburger.
Willie Mays is turning 86. To celebrate his birthday, Bill Littlefield wrote him a poem. Mays offered his review.
Patrick Hruby of Vice Sports and Cindy Boren of the Washington Post joined Bill Littlefield.
Every four years, homeless children from around the world compete in the Street Child World Cup. In 2014, Shauntel Payton represented the U.S. Only A Game's Martin Kessler shares the story of Payton's journey to that tournament — and explains how it changed her life.
Bill and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the week's news and play "Who Tweeted It: President Trump or Jose Canseco?"
Jeremiah E. Burke High School's football team was lacking in equipment and funds. But when starting center Gary Gibbs stepped out of his quiet shell — he took advantage of an encounter with the first lady of Massachusetts to help his team out.
This program aired on May 6, 2017.