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Golf Plus

Golf Plus MAY 13, 2002

Friendly Fire Preteen phenoms Mina Harigae and Sydney Burlison are best pals and big rivals

By Kelley King

Overmatched? With the Ryder Cup looming, Hal Sutton, 44, wonders if he'll have any fight left

By Seth Davis Charts by Sal Johnson

School Daze After a long weekend of intense instruction from 30 of the game's top teaching pros, is it any wonder that the author's head was swinging?

By Austin Murphy

Putter King When it comes to the club that comes first, Scotty Cameron is the final word

By Chris Lewis

The Week

Edited by Alan Shipnuck

Big Play With a breakout win, K.J. Choi displayed the balance of a champion and taught a few life lessons we can all relate to

By Julius Richardson Edited by Alan Shipnuck

Bottom Lines

By Sal Johnson Edited by Alan Shipnuck

Q&A David Gossett on the good life at his mom and dad's

By David Gossett Edited by Alan Shipnuck

Catching Up With...

Thomas Hearns, Boxer SEPTEMBER 14, 1981

By John O'Keefe

The Sweet Smell of Innocence

By Steve Rushin

Horse Racing

Winning Ticket Bought by a Saudi prince for nearly $1 million and pointed toward Kentucky just three weeks ago, 20-1 shot War Emblem outran the field from box to wire to take the Derby

By Tim Layden


Case Closed

With his intimidating entrance and a changeup from hell, Trevor Hoffman of the Padres nails down wins better than anyone

By Tom Verducci

Saved! Rebounding from last fall's debacle, Byung-Hyun Kim has a new weapon: a Hoffmanesque change

By Stephen Cannella

Special Delivery Kazuhisa Ishii, the latest in a long line of imported Dodgers pitchers, has thrown batters for a loop

By Phil Taylor

Pro Football

Building Block Picked No. 1 by an expansion team for the second time, former Jaguars tackle Tony Boselli will try to carry the brand-new Houston Texans on his surgically repaired shoulders

By Jeffri Chadiha

How Good Are the Texans?

By Peter King

The Playoffs: Topsy-Turvy On Tobacco Road

The Hurricanes Taking Carolina by Storm Playing before huge home crowds, Kevin Weekes has pumped up fans and teammates with his sterling performance in goal

By Michael Farber

The Hornets Empty-Nest Syndrome Deserted by their fans and poised to skip town, Baron Davis & Co. are still determined to make one last stand in Charlotte

By Jack McCallum

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Pipeline Dreams The last true American wilderness is up for grabs, and the stakes are higher than either the environmentalists or the oil interests are telling you

By E.M. Swift


Inside The Week in Sports

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Ian Thomsen

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Stephen Cannella

Plenty of Fight in This Old Cub

By Rick Reilly


Stars of Spring Here's a look at five fresh faces who've made an impact this year--and who'll be trying to carve their names on title trophies in the weeks ahead

By Kelley King; Mark Beech; Rick Lipsey; Pete McEntegart; Albert Chen

Leading Off



By E.M. Swift; Ivan Maisel; Evan Kanew; Richard Deitsch Edited by Albert Kim and Kostya Kennedy

Tony Gwynn After 20 years and 3,141 hits as a Padre, Gwynn has started a second career, as an ESPN baseball analyst.

By Richard Deitsch; Tony Gwynn Edited by Albert Kim and Kostya Kennedy

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Albert Kim and Kostya Kennedy