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May 13, 1991 Table Of Contents

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A Baseball Triple Play

Three new books serve up America's pastime in history, fiction and anecdote

By Ron Fimrite


A Strong Voice for Hockey

John Davidson has become his sport's top broadcaster, in part by outworking everybody else

By Jeff Bradley

Kentucky Derby

Gold Rush

Strike the Gold came from far behind to hit pay dirt in the Kentucky Derby

By William Nack

NBA Playoffs

A Bird in Hand...

...even one who's aging and aching, is worth more than almost anyone else come playoff time. Just ask the Indiana Pacers

By Jack McCallum

A Close Shave

As they began their pursuit of an improbable third straight NBA title, the Pistons needed five games to oust the Hawks

By Hank Hersch

Roger Clemens

Roger, Over and Out

This season, a game is as good as over the moment that Roger Clemens steps out on the mound

By Steve Rushin

Nolan Ryan

Heaven For Seven

Nolan Ryan's No-Hitters Have Rescued a Septet of Appreciative Catchers from Obscurity

By Steve Wulf

John MacLeod

Lucky Irish

Notre Dame bungled its search for a basketball coach but still wound up with a winner in John MacLeod

By Phil Taylor

Lisa Olson


After months of anguish, reporter Lisa Olson sues the Patriots for sexual harassment

By Leigh Montville

Alexander Karelin

A Bruiser and A Thinker

Soviet Greco-Roman wrestler Alexander Karelin is a rare combination of massive physique and imposing intellect

By Nicholas Dawidoff



By Tim Kurkjian

Bruce McNall


Bruce McNall is an acquisitive owner whose tastes run from antiquities to the priciest athletes

By Richard Hoffer

For The Record

B.A.S.S. allows its first lass...the Coast Guard's high Heat bill...the perfect Auburn debutant

Edited by Michael Jaffe

Faces in the crowd

Point After

'A Long and Pleasant Stay on Earth'

What was a daydream for others became satisfying reality for outdoorsman extraordinaire Lee Wulff

By Leigh Montville




Edited by Richard Demak