Korea Baseball Organization, Historic Hockey Stick, Dating As An NBA Beat Writer

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Baseball is back in South Korea. (Jung Yeon-Je/AFP via Getty Images)
Baseball is back in South Korea. (Jung Yeon-Je/AFP via Getty Images)

While most sports leagues around the world remain shuttered, the KBO returned to play last week. This week on Only A Game, the story of one American man who's been following the league for years. Also, a Vermont couple prepares to part with a very valuable piece of wood. Plus, with the NBA season on pause, a reporter has some time to focus on his personal life. And we-revist one of our all-time favorite stories about hockey and the 1970 movie "Love Story." Join us!

How A 20-Year Korean Baseball Obsession Became A Home Run
Dan Kurtz says he’s “just a fan.” But many consider him an expert on the KBO.

Treasure In An Umbrella Stand: The Morse Hockey Stick
Germaine and Gary Morse's old piece of wood turned out to be very valuable.

The Hockey Legends Who Made Their Mark On 'Love Story'
The 1970 hit film "Love Story" gave two hockey legends a taste of Hollywood.

Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
Karen and Charlie discuss the 1,720 Warriors employees who have been laid of and an 11-year-old skateboarder's historic trick.

'You're Not Going To Marry The NBA, Are You?' The Dating Woes Of A Beat Writer
With the NBA season on pause, does a busy sports writer have time for dating?

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This program aired on May 16, 2020.


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