Teddy Roosevelt Vs. Baseball, Worst High School QB Ever, Sid Luckman’s Family Secret


Among all presidents in U.S. history, Theodore Roosevelt stands out for his love of sports. But apparently he didn’t love baseball. This week on Only A Game, the drastic measures baseball took to woo the president to the ballpark. Also, a journalist reflects on his high school sports career … and makes the case that he was perhaps the worst high school quarterback ever. And the story of Meyer Luckman — father of Hall of Fame QB Sid Luckman — who was convicted of murder. Join us.

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