The latest from Only A Game
Laura Arenschield's father began playing ping pong seriously in his 70s. And he was serious enough to keep competing even after losing a finger.
Grant Newsome was starting at left tackle for the University of Michigan. A single play changed everything.
Karen Given and Charlie Pierce discuss Baltimore QB Lamar Jackson's record setting accomplishments. Also: the return of Flutie Flakes.
When the L.A. Sparks and Detroit Shock broke out into a brawl in 2008, Lieberman knew a rare opportunity would finally come.
Toronto-based sportswriter Shireen Ahmed and New York Magazine contributing editor Will Leitch join Only A Game's Karen Given.
Grant Newsome was starting at left tackle on the University of Michigan football team. Then, a single play nearly cost him his leg. Also this week on Only A Game,...
After he was drafted by the Buffalo Bills, Marcellus Wiley sat just two lockers over from his childhood idol Bruce Smith.
For more than a decade, Brenda Tracy didn't tell her son that she was a rape survivor. When she decided to have that conversation, she was surprised by how it...
Hall of Fame pitcher Grover Cleveland Alexander played for the House of David baseball team. But he didn't follow the same rules as other members of the team.
'Hockey Night in Canada' commentator Brian McFarlane enjoyed chart-topping success when he wrote a song about one of his favorite hockey players.
Dale Berra says that playing for his dad, Yogi Berra, was a dream come true. And then Yogi got the axe.
Jill Heinerth and her colleagues set off to Antarctica. But there was a bad omen from the outset.
Many consider the 1975 World Series as the greatest of all time. Pete Rose isn't shy about sharing why he agrees.
Keith Comstock's posed with a ball to his crotch for his famous 1989 baseball card. But when he became a manager, Keith shut down some of his players' pose ideas....
In a Thanksgiving tradition that dates not quite as far back as the pilgrims, we've got tupperwares full of leftovers — tales that didn't fit into other episodes — this...
Valentino Dixon was exonerated in September of 2018. His struggles with his first iPhone led to an unexpected encounter.
Before they created 'Game of Zones,' Adam and Craig Malamut made 'Sports Friends.' One of the friendships dramatized in the cartoon was very real.
The Senators' ballpark was just two miles from the White House, but Teddy Roosevelt never went to a game. So baseball officials tried to woo the president...
Karen Given and Charlie Pierce discuss the NFL's upholding of Myles Garrett's indefinite suspension and a 3,000 lb. block of cheese in honor of a wrestler.
Josh Keefe and his high school football team went 0–23. Years later, Keefe says there's a lesson to be learned from all that losing.