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Sideline

A LEISURELY GAME WITH SOME WICKET ACTION

By Michael Brody

NL East

SCARY SHOW AT SHEA

The Mets rose from the dead to sweep the Expos and strike a little fear in their division rivals

By Hank Hersch

NL West

THIS ONE'S STILL UP IN THE AIR

The Giants took two of three from the Astros in a stirring showdown in San Francisco, but their duel has a long way to go

By Steve Wulf

Michael Jordan

SINK, BLAST YOU!

The putts don't all drop for Michael Jordan, but he wants to try the Tour someday

By E.M. Swift

ON TOP OF THE WORLD

Mike Barrowman broke the world record in the 200 breaststroke at the nationals

By Bruce Anderson

Veterans Games

THE TIMES OF THEIR LIVES

Spirits soared and records fell as 4,950 hoary but hale athletes competed at the World Veterans' games

By Kenny Moore

Anthony Carter

REACHING For the Ring

If wideout Anthony Carter can get his hands on the ball, this could be the year of the Vikings

By Ralph Wiley

Inside

BASEBALL

By Peter Gammons

An American Summer

LIFE ON A SMALL BUT FAST TRACK

Our travelers left the driving to the real pros and got an earful in upstate New York

By Jack McCallum

On The Scene

HE HUNG ON BY A THREAD

On two-pound test Joe Judge landed a 54-pound tarpon

By Clive Gammon

Television

WHOLE LOT OF CARAYS GOING ON

Chip Caray is about to join his father and grandfather in the announcing business

By Douglas S. Looney

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week July 31-Aug. 6

Compiled by Richard O'Brien

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

WHOA, WHIPPERSNAPPER!

An old-timer rises to the defense of senior sports

By Jeremiah Tax

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Craig Neff

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