A tobacco-chewing relief pitcher and dee-fense have put the once mighty Yankees into a pennant race for the first time in years
By Ron Fimrite
Despite the absence of her chief rivals, Summer Guest took a big stride toward recognition as the best 3-year-old filly in the country with a decisive victory in the venerable Alabama Stakes
When Jurgensen was hurt, Billy Kilmer became the No. 1 Redskin quarterback. However, don't count Sonny out, he's counting calories
By Ron Reid
Gymnastics may be the one sport—diving might be the other—which should be performed in the nude. Gymnastics is simply and wholly grace, beauty, strength, a glorification and exaltation of the human body. Thus, Cathy Rigby, the best U.S. hope for a medal at the Olympics
Or how else would you get a surfboard from Boston to Miami?
Or it's plain murder if you're on the receiving end of Steve Carlton's pitches. He's gunning for 25 wins—with the Phillies. Imagine that!
By winning at Westchester, the mighty Nicklaus collected another $50,000, but for two other pros the rewards were relatively greater
By Mark Mulvoy
By Lynn Simross
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
By J. Richard Munro
Edited by Martin Kane