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The Week July 4-10

All Quiet On The Western Front Tiger Woods didn't make any noise at last week's Tour stop, but he was still the center of attention

By Alan Shipnuck

Man Of The Moment Stubborn yet serene, Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain has finally arrived as the best player on the Continent

By John Garrity Special Reporting By Luis Fernando Llosa

Brian Stiehler After internships at the Old Course and Augusta National, he's primed to protect his own turf

By Rick Lipsey

Busman's Holiday Tour pros seldom take golf vacations, but I fell in love with the game again in Ireland

By Brandel Chamblee


By Jaime Diaz

My Shot It's a shame that so many legendary Irish links are modernizing to placate American tourists

By Mark Leslie

How Do I Love St. Andrews? Let Me Count The Ways

By Linn Strickler

Wayward Travel Boston's premier purveyor of golf adventure

By Alan Shipnuck

Catching Up With...

Will McEnaney, Relief Pitcher November 3, 1975

By Camille Bersamin

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters


By John Walters

Tips for The Pros Here are some story ideas for a new magazine that caters to the lifestyles of the rich and jockish

By Steve Rushin


For the Ages The past and the future met in a stirring Wimbledon fortnight as Pete Sampras won his record 13th Grand Slam title and Venus Williams her first

By S.L. Price

Pro Basketball

Come Hill Or High Water With the first big catch of the free-agent season, the tide turned in Orlando's favor when Grant Hill said he'd sign with the Magic

By Ian Thomsen

Baseball Midseason Report

The Big Bang The shots heard 'round the baseball world are home runs coming at a machine-gun clip, changing the way the game is played and turning mere mortals into power-hitting gods

By Tom Verducci

Setup Men The pitchers (and their coaches) are the butt of the joke that home-run-heavy highlight shows have become

By Tom Verducci

Seeing Is Believing One eye-popping feat has followed another as home run records of monumental and minuscule proportions fell or were on the brink of obliteration--and there's still half a season to go

By David Sabino

Bay Area Bombers With an attack based on walks and taters, Jason Giambi and the happy-go-lucky Athletics are the prototype team of this long-ball era

By Tom Verducci

Hot To Trot At 37, Edgar Martinez has suddenly caught fire as a home run hitter, while keeping his average well above .300

By Jeff Pearlman

Breaking the Mold Tony Batista doesn't fit the profile of a power hitter, but his stats match up with those of former slugging third basemen

By Tom Verducci

Magic Is Gone Hitting 30 homers in a season or 400 in a career has lost its luster, and slams aren't even that grand anymore

By Tom Verducci

Walk-off! Crazy A simple turn of phrase by Dennis Eckersley in 1993 has become an overused appellation for a game-ending dinger

By Jeff Pearlman

Catch This The incomparable Pudge Rodriguez leads a youthful cast of midseason all-stars, but in a game of 20 questions about what lies ahead this year, his Rangers don't figure

By Tom Verducci



Inside Olympic Sports

Inside Olympic Sports

By Tim Layden; Brian Cazeneuve

The Kim and Poe Show

By Brian Cazeneuve

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Stephen Cannella

Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Eric Duhatschek

In The Crease

By Pierre McGuire

The Official Fools of Golf

By Rick Reilly


Leading Off


Scorecard Williams Stays Put--Kenny Irwin--Fred Lane--Spawn Suit

By Richard Hoffer; Grant Wahl Edited by Albert Kim and Mark Mravic

More Gridiron Grief FRED LANE, 1976-2000

By David Fleming

Faces in the Crowd