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October 26, 1992 Table Of Contents

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Why Am I Here?

Tim McCarver makes a non-candidate wish he had a hearing aid he could turn off

By Norman Chad

NL Playoffs


The Atlanta Braves earned a place in the World Series with the most stunning comeback in playoff history

By Steve Rushin


The Cruelest Game

Just one more out and the Pittsburgh Pirates would have been in the World Series. Instead they're in mourning

By Tim Kurkjian

The World Series

Border Conflict

Toronto and Atlanta vied for the world title, as two home runs had international repercussions

By Steve Rushin

The Friendliest of Enemies

By Tim Kurkjian

Another Golden Moment

By Steve Wulf

Canada from Eh to Zed

As the Fall Classic makes its debut in Canada, a neighbour from the north offers a few polite (naturally) pointers

By Alison Gordon


No Mo Worries In Washington

Mohammed Elewonibi took his place among the Hogs in the Redskins' big win over the Eagles

By Rick Telander

Eric Lindros

Pass the Pacifier

The Flyers' fabulous fledgling, Eric Lindros, received an infantile reception in Quebec

By Jon Scher


'Bama's A Bear Again

A Paul Bryant disciple has the Crimson Tide reliving its glory days

By Ed Hinton


College Football

By William F. Reed

the NFL

By Peter King

Motor Sports

Father to Son

Michael Andretti, like his dad, Mario, is going from Indy Cars to Formula One

By Steve Hymon

Point After

The National Past(bed)time

Here's living proof that playing the World Series at night is unfair—and misguided

By Jane Bachman Wulf



Faces in the Crowd


Edited by Bruce Newman