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Golf Plus

REVVING UP AT 50 THE SENIOR PGA TOUR'S NEWEST ROOKIE, HALE IRWIN, DEBUTED IN NASHVILLE

By Jill Lieber

By Mark Mulvoy

LOVE'S LABOR LOST DAVIS LOVE III'S COLLAPSE AT AVENEL OPENED THE DOOR TO A VICTORY FOR LEE JANZEN

By Tim Rosaforte

MAJOR MELTDOWN WITH SO MUCH AT STAKE, MOST FOURTH-ROUND LEADERS IN THE U.S. OPEN HAVE FOUND A WAY TO LOSE, NOT WIN

By Jaime Diaz

GORILLA IN THE MIST A MONSTER OF A PUBLIC COURSE IN BETHPAGE, N.Y., COULD ONE DAY HOST THE U.S. OPEN -- AND FOR $20 YOU CAN PLAY IT

By E.M. Swift

EDITED BY Alexander Wolff AND Christian Stone

High and Mighty

The rampaging Rockets stunned the misfiring Magic and neared another NBA title

By Phil Taylor

By Tim Rosaforte

THE NEW COMMISH

By Amy Nutt

TRACKING TIGER

By John Strege

STILL FIRED UP THE TOUR RESUMED AFTER AN EIGHT-WEEK BREAK, AND BYRON NELSON PICKED UP RIGHT WHERE HE LEFT OFF, WINNING BIG

By Walter Bingham

French Open

BACK IN THE SWING WINS IN PARIS BY STEFFI GRAF AND THOMAS MUSTER MADE ANY COMEBACK SEEM POSSIBLE

By S.L. Price

Baseball

GOING ALL OUT WITH A NEW -- AND ODD -- MIX OF PLAYERS, BOSTON HAS LEAPED AHEAD IN THE AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST

By Tom Verducci

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Pro Football

'NOW IT'S MY TEAM' BARRY SWITZER HOPES HIS NEW FIRE CAN OFFSET THE COWBOYS' LOSS OF TALENT AS HE TRIES TO KEEP UP WITH THE 49ERS

By Michael Silver

NHL Playoffs

LEAP OF FAITH DETROIT WAS REWARDED FOR ITS PATIENCE WITH KEITH PRIMEAU, WHO LED THE RED WINGS TO THE STANLEY CUP FINALS

By Michael Farber

THE SHAKEDOWN GREEDY OWNERS ARE THREATENING TO MOVE THEIR TEAMS IF DEMANDS FOR NEW STADIUMS, BETTER LEASE DEALS, ETC., AREN'T MET

By Tim Crothers

By Tim Kurkjian

COLLEGE WORLD SERIES

By Marty Burns

DIAMOND HEIRS IT WAS FELIPE ALOU'S DESTINY TO BECOME A BASEBALL STAR, AND THEN THE GAME BECAME HIS FAMILY'S LEGACY

By Michael Farber

DON'T KICK THE MICK THE MEDIA SHOULD STOP KNOCKING AILING MICKEY MANTLE AND PRAISE HIM AS THE STAR HE WAS

By Ron Fimrite