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Golf Plus

MAJOR MOM WITH A NEW SON IN TOW, COLLEEN WALKER WON THE DU MAURIER, AN EVENT THAT MAY BE GOING UP IN SMOKE

By Alan Shipnuck

WORLD-BEATER BOB MCCOY HAS BECOME THE FIRST PERSON TO PLAY THE TOP 100 COURSES IN 100 DAYS

By Grant Wahl

EYE-CATCHING AFTER A RECORD WIN AT THE INTERNATIONAL, PHIL MICKELSON FOCUSED ON A BIGGER PRIZE

By William F. Reed

PRIMED FOR THE PGA

By Jaime Diaz

NEWS AND NOTES

BOTTOM LINES

COMPILED BY Gary B. Smith

THAT SINKING FEELING

By Laura Davies

Baseball

HIS BROTHER'S BIG FOOTSTEPS BOBBY BONDS JR. HAS FOUND IT'S A LONG WAY FROM CLASS A TO THE SHOW

By Chuck Barney

PERFECT MATCH FOLKS IN FARMINGTON, NEW MEXICO, LOVE HOSTING THE CONNIE MACK WORLD SERIES

By Myles Schrag

QUITTIN' TIME WITH A STUNNING TRADE, WHITE SOX MANAGEMENT GUTTED THE TEAM AND GAVE UP ON THE SEASON

By Tom Verducci

MIDNIGHT MADNESS WITH DIVISION RACES HEATING UP, SEATTLE WAS IN THE MIDDLE OF A FLURRY OF CURIOUS LAST-MINUTE TRADES

By Tom Verducci

Pudge Factor

By signing him to a rich contract, Texas admits that catcher Ivan Rodriguez is irreplaceable after all

By Johnette Howard

Contents

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Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By John Walters

Track & Field

FOUR MINUTES OF FAME FEW REMEMBER DON BOWDEN'S U.S. MILESTONE

By Brad Herzog

Catching Up With...

HIGH SCHOOL PITCHER JON PETERS MAY 8, 1989

By Paul Gutierrez

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Tennis

PURLOINED IN PARIS JOHNNY VAN RYN AND THE U.S. WOULD HAVE WON THE DAVIS CUP IN 1932 BUT FOR A BAD CALL

By Bud Collins

Pro Football

BACK TO SCHOOL THE COWBOYS AND THE RAIDERS LOOKED FOR ANSWERS AS THEY TANGLED ON A TEXAS CAMPUS

By Austin Murphy

AGELESS WONDER AT 38, SAWED-OFF SAM MILLS IS STILL A ONE-MAN GANG AT LINEBACKER FOR THE PANTHERS

By Austin Murphy

Track And Field

SPEED DEMONS MAURICE GREENE AND MARION JONES RECHARGED U.S. SPRINTING WITH WINS AT THE WORLDS

By Tim Layden

Gymnastics

HAPPY LANDING A YEAR AFTER HER OLYMPIC VAULT TO FAME, KERRI STRUG IS IN COLLEGE, LEARNING TO LIVE LIKE AN ORDINARY KID

By Jane Leavy

Baseball [bonus Piece]

HONOR THY FATHER PETE ROSE JR. HAS STRUGGLED THROUGH NINE YEARS IN THE MINOR LEAGUES, DRIVEN PARTLY BY A DREAM OF DRAWING CLOSER TO HIS DISTANT FATHER

By John Ed Bradley

Inside Baseball

INSIDE BASEBALL DESPITE INJURIES AND A NO-NAME ROSTER, MILWAUKEE IS IN THE THICK OF THE PLAYOFF RACE--STEALS OF THE DEALS-- TAMPA, CRADLE OF STARS

By Tim Crothers

FANTASY BASEBALL THE WAY TEAMS WERE DUMPING PLAYERS LAST WEEK, THE MAJORS LOOKED LIKE A ROTISSERIE LEAGUE

By Steve Wulf

Departments

LETTERS

SCORECARD NFL ROOKIE ENCOUNTERS...A SLUGGER ON LOAN...HALL OF FAME QUIZ...HIGH SCHOOL RECRUITING TRANSGRESSIONS...REVIEW OF "AIR BUD"...BOXERS TAKE TO THE HILLS

EDITED BY Richard O'Brien AND Hank Hersch SCORECARD STAFF WRITER Kostya Kennedy