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Golf Plus

The Week May 1-7

Special Effect A victory at home is always one to remember, but no win can compare with a pro's first

By Gary Van Sickle

Jean Garaialde Thirty-two years removed from his defining moment, he's still the champion of French golf

By Alan Shipnuck

Notebook

By Jaime Diaz

My Shot After a century's hiatus golf will be back in the Olympics in 2008 if the IOC approves our bid

By David Fay

Caddie Cam There's a lot to like about looping on the Senior tour

By Linn Strickler

Catching Up With...

Roger Staubach, Quarterback SEPTEMBER 4, 1978

By Josh Elliott

Si View

Revelation Derby Churchill Downs showcased an exhilarating mix of youth, speed and beauty

By Steve Rushin

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By Chris Ballard

Kick Wanted

By Chris Ballard

Youth Is Served A batch of websites can help keep you posted on Andy Roddick and other young guns in U.S. tennis

By John O'Keefe

NBA Playoffs

Coming-Out Party Round 2 of the playoffs got off to a flying start as a variety of new faces, new places and more up-tempo paces signaled a changing of the guard in the NBA

By Phil Taylor

New Cast At Crunch Time Every second-round matchup includes at least one breakthrough team. Here are four players--one from each series--who are taking their games to the big stage

By Phil Taylor; Mark Bechtel; L. John Wertheim; Ian Thomsen

Horse Racing

King For A Day After a suicidal speed duel laid waste to the pacesetters, Monarchos won the fastest Kentucky Derby since Secretariat's

By William Nack

NHL Playoffs

Blue-Collar Blues No longer a team of finesse players, gritty and determined St. Louis swept past Dallas

By Michael Farber

Boxing

Spurred To Greatness Felix Trinidad has emerged from the shadows of lesser champions and is now boxing's cock of the walk

By Richard Hoffer Special Reporting By Luis Fernando Llosa

Baseball

Buffalo Stampede With dingers and derring-do, a revived Raul Mondesi helped Toronto trample sizzling Seattle

By Jeff Pearlman

Casey At The Bat There's joy in Redsville when Cincinnati's jovial, sweet-swinging Sean Casey (a.k.a. the Mayor) steps into the batter's box

By Stephen Cannella; David Sabino

Inside

Inside THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Stephen Cannella; David Sabino

From Afterthought To Ace Unknown a year ago, Middle Tennessee pitcher Dewon Brazelton just may go first in the draft

By Jeff Pearlman

Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Brian Cazeneuve; Kostya Kennedy

In The Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Inside The NFL

Inside The NFL

By Peter King

Genetics [bonus Piece]

Unnatural Selection Genetic engineering is about to produce a new breed of athlete who will obliterate the limits of human performance

By E.M. Swift and Don Yaeger

The Weak Shall Inherit the Gym

By Rick Reilly

Departments

Speak Softly, Carry A Big Stick Nobody scores as often as Jen Adams, Maryland's quiet Aussie midfielder

By Richard Deitsch

Leading Off

He's Goal-Oriented At only 24, the MetroStars' Clint Mathis may be the best scorer MLS has produced

By Grant Wahl

Books Two pitchers and two journeys--with wildly different itineraries

By Tom Verducci

Moving Up the Food Chain Thanks to big meals and hard work, the Vikings' Matt Birk is a Pro Bowl center

By Jamal Greene

Letters

Scorecard

By Michael Bamberger; Daniel G. Habib Edited By Albert Kim and Mark Mravic

Faces In The Crowd

Edited By Albert Kim and Mark Mravic