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May 25, 1998 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

The Whole Pak-age Twenty-year-old Se Ri Pak of South Korea staked a claim on the future with a victory at the LPGA Championship

By Jaime Diaz

Burning Question Who's No. 1? Ernie Els offered a clear-cut answer in his personal life, but out on the Tour the issue is still in doubt

By Ivan Maisel

Classic Nelson Holding Court

By Curt Sampson

Great Dane Recovered from an emotional low, Thomas Bjorn aims for a career high

By Alan Shipnuck

The Shape of Things to Come Defying convention, a growing number of Tour pros have concluded that getting strong is the best way to get ahead

By Jaime Diaz

News & Notes

By David Noonan; Alan Shipnuck Edited by Kevin Cook

Decision Time

By Jerry Haas Edited by Kevin Cook

Tour De Force The European tour lacks big names but not serious games

By Rick Lipsey

This Week

By Cameron Morfit

Standard Time The men's Hall of Fame should be as tough to get into as the women's

By Gary Van Sickle

Catching Up With...

Evonne Goolagong, Tennis Champion April 26, 1976

By Jeff Pearlman


Playin' the Dodger Blues

In the course of a few traumatic days, Mike Piazza's world turned upside down—and SI was there when he heard the news that his L.A. days were over

By Michael Bamberger

Fox is in the Hunt With a blockbuster trade brokered by a TV exec, the new owners of the Dodgers served notice that it won't be business as usual in L.A.

By Tom Verducci

Perfection Firing

With a wicked fastball and a snapping curve, the Yankees’ David Wells retired 27 straight Twins to complete only the 13th perfect game this century

By L. Jon Wertheim

Pro Football

Taking His Medicine Broncos loopy linebacker Bill Romanowski pops a plethora of pills and powders to keep his minerals in balance. Too bad they don't do the same for his temper

By Austin Murphy

NBA Playoffs

Mr. Manners Notorious Dennis Rodman is on his best behavior, and the Bulls' chances for a three-peat get better the longer he continues to turn the other cheek

By Alexander Wolff

Well Stocked With ageless guard John Stockton executing sagely on offense and pestering the Lakers to distraction on defense, the Jazz jumped to a 2-0 lead in the West finals

By Phil Taylor

Horse Racing

Two Legs Up After his improbable victory in the Preakness, only the Belmont Stakes stands between Real Quiet and the first triple crown in two decades

By William Nack

NHL Playoffs

Red Menace Thanks to extraordinary role players such as Slava Kozlov, defending Stanley Cup champion Detroit remained the team to beat

By Michael Farber



Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Tim Crothers

Bad Breaker-Uppers The world champion Marlins' fire sale is nothing new to baseball

By Keith Olbermann

Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Kostya Kennedy

In the Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Jackie MacMullan

Inside Motor Sports

Inside Motor Sports

By Ed Hinton

This Kid Can Drive Greg Moore is CART's youngest three-time winner and its points leader

By Loren Mooney

Inside Soccer

Inside Soccer

By Grant Wahl

Speaking Of Class To The Class of '98

By Rick Reilly


Leading Off



By Richard Hoffer; Tim Crothers; Jackie MacMullan Edited by Jack McCallum and Richard O'Brien

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

Faces in the Crowd