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Hockey

Breaking the Silence

A clinic founded by Stan Mikita teaches hearing-impaired kids to compete in a demanding game—and in life

By Brad Herzog

First Person

An Indian for a Day

Coming soon to a TV near you: the author's (very) brief stint as Cleveland's Lou Boudreau

By Michael Jaffe

The PGA

THE PRICE IS RIGHT

For Nick Price, who had come so close in other majors, steady play paid a big dividend at the PGA

By John Garrity

Deion Sanders

Time for a Game Plan

Deion Sanders's choice between baseball and football gets harder as he and his teams get better

By Peter King

The Giants

Tale Of Four Cities

For Giant fans in two Bay Areas, it is the best of times, it is the worst of times

By Hank Hersch

John Kordic

Death Of a Goon

Cocaine, steroids and alcohol contributed to the fall of hockey's John Kordic

By Jon Scher

Astros

If This Is Thursday...

...then it must be San Diego—or is it Chicago? The Astros, made homeless by the Republican Convention, endure a month on the road

By Steve Rushin

Mark Schlereth

Half-baked Alaskan

Anchorage native Mark Schlereth pulls legs when he's not a pulling guard for the Redskins

By Franz Lidz

Heather Farr

'You Just Play Through It'

Though ravaged by cancer, golfer Heather Farr, once a rising star, has lost none of her resolve

By Richard Hoffer

Inside

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

Inside/Baseball

The Analyst

By Steve Hirdt/The Elias Sports Bureau

Dennis Eckersley

The Paintmaster

With uncanny control and a peerless talent for painting the edges of the plate, Oakland relief ace Dennis Eckersley has become virtually unbeatable

By Steve Wulf

Baseball

Another House That Ruth Built

Baltimore's Babe Ruth Museum is a must-see stop for fans of the Bambino

By Nicholas Dawidoff

For The Record

A very hairy celebration...Tomba tangles with the law...Olympians at the White House

Edited by Albert Kim

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

The 18-Car Barrage

Jack Clark's most-astounding stat is his list of autos, which contributed to his bankruptcy

By Leigh Montville

Departments

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Richard Demak