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Golf Plus

The Week June 27-July 3

Open Season Hale Irwin knew exactly what to do once he caught the scent of a major win

By Jack McCallum

Notebook

By Jaime Diaz

Caddie Cam Players get the big bucks and free food, but we get shorts

By Linn Strickler

My Shot SPORTS ILLUSTRATED got me mixed up with Padraig Harrington. Can you tell who's who?

By Lee Porter

The Next Tiger Add Charles Howell to the list of players who will be held to a new standard

By Gary Van Sickle

Catching Up With...

Joe Rudi, All-Star Outfielder April 11, 1977

By Kelvin C. Bias

Inside Tennis

Trouble at Home Byron Black fought through the first week of Wimbledon while trying to keep his mind off political battles in his native Zimbabwe

By L. Jon Wertheim

Inside Tennis

By S.L. Price; L. Jon Wertheim

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

ABC'S New Stalker The big shakeup of 'Monday Night Football' has put Melissa Stark on the prime-time sideline

By John Walters

Clicks with Punch

By John O'Keefe

Is That Your Final Answer? The NBA draft raised a lot of questions but offered new players very few lifelines

By Steve Rushin

Baseball

A Rocker, Sock 'Em Affair The long-anticipated showdown between John Rocker and New York fans fizzled, but the Braves and the Mets provided plenty of fireworks on the field

By Richard Hoffer

Heavy Duty They said he wouldn't last, but Toronto's large-livin' lefthander, David Wells, has become baseball's most reliable pitcher--and a clubhouse wise man to boot

By Jeff Pearlman

Catch-up Ball The struggling Yankees and Red Sox are shopping for help

By Tom Verducci

Olympics

Me and Mrs. Jones Bold-talking sprinter Inger Miller plans to run down her archrival, Marion Jones, in Sydney. Can you dig it?

By Tim Layden

Inside

Inside THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Stephen Cannella; David Sabino

A New Sheriff in Town It was easy to steal in Milwaukee until Henry Blanco took over at catcher

By Stephen Cannella

Inside Motor Sports

Inside Motor Sports

By Mark Bechtel

Head of the Class Brainy Brazilian Gil de Ferran is in the running for a CART driving title

By Mark Bechtel

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Ian Thomsen

Basketball [bonus Piece]

Shot Through the Heart The hoop dreams of four young men were shattered--and the issue of racial profiling was brought into sharp focus--when New Jersey troopers stopped their van and opened fire

By Doug Most

Taking a Toll in the Booth

By Rick Reilly

Departments

C'est Magnifique!

By winning Euro 2000, well-balanced France joined the elite teams of all time

By Grant Wahl

Leading Off

Books Two courageous men recount their physical and spiritual struggles on the road to self-discovery

By Ron Fimrite

The Man Who Trained a Flying Horse Lucien Laurin had retired in obscurity before Secretariat carried him to fame

By William Nack

Miling to the Beat of a Different Drummer Free spirit Gabe Jennings should make plenty of noise at the Olympic trials

By John Walters

Letters

Scorecard R.I.P. 'Sport'--Carolina Blues--A Williams Sampler--Cam's Cameos

By Jack McCallum; Alexander Wolff; Roger Director Edited by Albert Kim and Richard O'Brien

Faces in the Crowd