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.
Teddy Roosevelt And The Golden Tickets: A President’s ‘Cold War’ With Baseball
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…
3 Stories: Tua Tagovailoa Injury, LaMelo Ball, Orlando’s MLB Potential
Sports Illustrated’s Charlotte Wilder and Bleacher Report’s Mirin Fader join Only A Game’s Karen Given.
Confessions Of ‘The Worst High School Quarterback Of All Time’
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.