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LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

GOLF PLUS

MELTDOWN OR POWER TRIP?

By Alan Shipnuck

JUST LIKE HOME

By John Garrity

Teeing Off

THE SAGE OF THE GAME

By Kevin Cook

MAJOR NEWS

By Dottie Pepper

Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS

It's About Time

Darren Clarke's long-sought victory at the British Open was as popular as it was deserving

By Michael Bamberger

Rangers Redux

Strong starters and an offense that rakes at home are helping Texas take control of the AL West again

By Joe Sheehan

Game On

After four months of labor talks, the NFL is almost back in business—with several significant changes

By Jim Trotter

Foreign Credits

The players who got international experience this summer will have an advantage over those who stayed home

By Luke Winn

SETH DAVIS'S Three-Pointer

By Seth Davis

WORLD CUP FINAL

GUTS AND GLORY

By Grant Wahl

SWIMMING

Fast Times In Shanghai

Dude! Ryan Lochte might be more known for his surfer's attitude and freak injuries than for his gold medals, but expect him to tear up the pool when the World Swimming Championships begin on Sunday

By Kelli Anderson

PRO BASKETBALL

DEREK FISHER WANTS THE BALL

By Ian Thomsen

LOVING BASEBALL

Loving Baseball

WHAT KEEPS THE GRAND GAME GREAT? EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN...

By Joe Posnanski

Point After

Baseball's Ghost Hunter

By Phil Taylor

Departments

Letters

Name That Pain

Nothing in sports is as strained as the language of the injury list

By Steve Rushin

The Strike Zone

Tracking the week's news both inside and outside the confines of cool

TV Stars? They Might Be Giants

A new reality show goes behind the scenes with baseball's reigning champs

By Dick Friedman

Record Pace

Even as harness racing fades, perhaps its greatest horse reaches her prime

By Charles Leerhsen

For the Record

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Alexandra Fenwick

A Bounce In Balls

Jeter's homer lifts the memorabilia market

By Victor Luckerson