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BUMBLE SOX OFF TO THEIR WORST START IN HISTORY, THE BUTTERFINGERED BOSTON RED SOX HAVE BEEN EMBARRASSINGLY BAD AFIELD--AND IN ALMOST EVERY OTHER PHASE OF THE GAME

By Tom Verducci

Books

ALL THE COLORS OF A RAINBOW THE DEFINITIVE ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO TROUT IS THE WORK OF A YALE UNDERGRADUATE

By Robert H. Boyle

By Bill Colson

Cycling

STEALTH ON WHEELS THE WRAPS ARE OFF U.S. CYCLING'S SECRET WEAPON: SLEEK, SWIFT SUPERBIKE II

By RICHARD DEUTSCH

Golf Plus

LOVABLE LOSER A FUNNY THING HAPPENED TO GREG NORMAN AFTER HIS DISASTER AT THE MASTERS

By Robinson Holloway

STILL GOING STRONG HALE IRWIN, THE FORMER FOOTBALL STAR AND THREE-TIME U.S. OPEN CHAMPION, WON HIS FIRST SENIOR MAJOR

By Tim Rosaforte

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

WEISKOPF: COURSES FOR SENIOR MAJORS PICKED TO LURE NICKLAUS TOUGH WEEK FOR CADDIES

By Tim Rosaforte

HOT STUFF $10 MILLION PUTTER

By Rick Lipsey

Swimming

THE RIVER ROLLS--AND ROLLS INDIAN RIVER HAS 40 NATIONAL MEN'S AND WOMEN'S JUNIOR COLLEGE TITLES IN 22 YEARS

By Dana Gelin

Perspective

NO MOUNTAIN TOO HIGH FOR HER JUNKO TABEI DEFIED JAPANESE VIEWS OF WOMEN TO BECOME AN EXPERT CLIMBER

By Robert Horn

Games

CRAZY FOR CARROM BILLY STEVENS WANTS TO TURN AN OBSCURE ASIAN GAME INTO A HOUSEHOLD WORD

By CHARLES SALTER JR.

Golf

THE COSMIC BATTLEFIELD CAN ASTROLOGY OR MILITARY TACTICS IMPROVE YOUR GAME? TWO NEW BOOKS CLAIM SO

By John Garrity

Yesterday

HONEST ISAAC'S LEGACY THE GREATEST U.S. JOCKEY OF THE 19TH CENTURY WAS A BLACK MAN, ISAAC MURPHY

By Jim Bolus

NBA Playoff Preview

Beat-a-Bull?

Probably not. Bust postseason rivals will have a better changce of a historic upset if they study Chicago's handful of defeats

By Phil Taylor

Pro Basketball

'I KNOW HE'S GONE OFF BEFORE' PEOPLE WHO KNOW THE LAKERS' NICK VAN EXEL SAY HIS RECENT BLOWUP WAS MERELY THE LATEST IN A SERIES OF DISTURBING INCIDENTS

By Jack McCallum AND Don Yaeger

Pro Football

THE PICK-SIX LOTTERY TAINTED BACK LAWRENCE PHILLIPS SLIPPED TO THE RAMS' SPOT IN THE NFL DRAFT, BUT THAT WAS ABOUT THE ONLY SURPRISE DURING A WEEKEND OF PREDICTABLE PICKS

By Peter King

SHATTERED DREAM

By Tim Layden

Hockey

THE WINGS WILL BE KINGS DETROIT IS ALMOST SURE TO REIGN WHEN THE STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS COME TO AN END. HERE'S WHY

By Michael Farber

Olympic Boxing

LATE BUT GREAT AFTER 27 YEARS OF PIQUES AND VALLEYS, ANTONIO TARVER HEADS FOR ATLANTA AS THE TOP U.S. HOPE

By Richard Hoffer

EVERYBODY'S HITTING HOMERS THESE DAYS, BUT WHO'S SETTING THE TABLE? O'S BLOWS AND O'S WOES TROUBLE IN K.C.

By Tim Kurkjian

IT'S OPEN SEASON ON COACHES HIDDEN GEMS OF THE FREE-AGENT MARKET THE MAILMAN DELIVERS AGAIN

By Jackie MacMullan

Pro Basketball [bonus Piece]

TRIALS OF DAVID SAN ANTONIO SPURS CENTER AND BORN AGAIN CHRISTIAN DAVID ROBINSON IS TRYING TO LEAD HIS TEAM TO AN NBA TITLE AND REMAIN PURE IN A WORLD BESET BY THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS

By Leigh Montville

A THIRD PARTY SPEAKS UP THE NBA WON'T BE THE SAME WHEN THE SON OF A MEDDLESOME MAVERICK BUYS THE DALLAS TEAM

By Steve Rushin

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