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Golf

Gary's Off-the-wall Tee Party

CBS golf telecasts can be cheerfully loony affairs when spacey Gary McCord chips in

By Franz Lidz

Horse Racing

Duking It Out at the Derby

The stretch run at the 1933 Kentucky Derby was a battle royal as rival jockeys grappled with each other

By William F. Reed

Basketball

Kenya's Shooting Star?

Charles Mainah hopes his role in a feature film will win him a basketball scholarship

By Merlisa Lawrence

Faces in the Crowd

The NCAAs

A Fearsome Foursome

Kentucky ran roughshod over the Southeast Regional, earning the favorite's role among a quartet of perennial powers in the strongest Final Four ever

By Alexander Wolff

Sports People

Ray Jackson

By Phil Taylor

Rex Walters

By William F. Reed

George Lynch

By Bruce Newman

Travis Ford

By Hank Hersch

Stymied No More

Nick Price, long known as Mr. Runner-up, used brilliant shotmaking to dominate a star-studded leader board at the TPC

By Rick Reilly

Baseball '93

Five Aces

THERE ARE NO SURE BETS IN PITCHING, BUT THE BRAVES HAVE DEALT THEMSELVES QUITE A HAND

By Steve Rushin

A Winning Card From Vegas

By Steve Rushin

When Four Is More

WHY DON'T TEAMS USE THE FOUR-MAN ROTATION ANYMORE? BECAUSE NOBODY HAS THE GUTS TO TRY IT

By Tim Kurkjian

Distinguished History

WHO WAS THE FIRST DESIGNATED HITTER? RON BLOMBERG'S NAME MAY BE A BIT OF TRIVIA, BUT THE IMPACT OF THE DH SINCE '73 HAS NOT BEEN TRIVIAL

By Steve Wulf

Swinging For the Record Books

By Steve Wulf

No Hitters

WHEN THEY ARE ALLOWED TO TAKE THEIR CUTS, PITCHERS MAKE THE BEST ARGUMENT YET IN SUPPORT OF THE DESIGNATED HITTER

By Tim Kurkjian

Puerto Rico's New Patron saint

LIKE CLEMENTE BEFORE HIM, RANGER SLUGGER JUAN GONZALEZ IS A HERO AND AN EXEMPLAR TO HIS COUNTRYMEN

By Tom Verducci

Wish upon A Star

IN A TIGHT RACE, THE TWINS HAVE THE MAN TO LEAD THEM

By Tim Kurkjian

Birds of Prey

THE ORIOLES ARE READY TO BRING DOWN THE BLUE JAYS

By Tim Kurkjian

The Accidental Ballplayer

LARRY WALKER ALWAYS DREAMED OF PLAYING IN MONTREAL—FOR A HOCKEY TEAM

By Leigh Montville

Leaning to The Lefties

THE ST. LOUIS SOUTHPAWS WILL HELP THE CARDS EDGE MONTREAL

By Steve Rushin

Team of The Century

THE BRAVES AIM AT 100 WINS AND MORE THAN A PENNANT

By Steve Rushin

THE HEADLINER

STRIKEOUT KING DAVID CONE HOPES THE NEWS HE MAKES AS A KANSAS CITY ROYAL WILL BE ABOUT BASEBALL, NOT OFF-THE-FIELD SHENANIGANS

By John Ed Bradley

Baseball' 93

Tightening the Bond

TRAGEDY DREW THE CLOSE-KNIT INDIANS EVEN CLOSER

By Tim Kurkjian

Environment

Warm, Fuzzy and Unwelcome

The mountain goat, say Olympic National Park officials, threatens the park's ecology

By David Guterson

Boating

A Most Seaworthy Museum

At The Center for Wooden Boats in Seattle, visitors can take the exhibits for a sail on Lake Union

By Jim Gullo

Point After

The Silent Minorities

Baseball's black and Hispanic stars have to speak up if their brethren are to get front-office jobs

By Merlisa Lawrence

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Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum