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Sports Illustrated NCAA MARCH MADNESS 2018

WHY. WE. WATCH.

By Andy Staples

WHAT'S THE RUSH?

By Dan Greene

MLB SEASON PREVIEW 2018

AMPLITUDE ADJUSTMENT

By Ben Reiter

LIFTOFF

By Tom Verducci

SWING EVOLUTION

By Tom Verducci

OUT TO LAUNCH

By Tom Verducci

RISING SONS

By JON TAYLER

BETTER ANGELS?

By Stephanie Apstein

THE POWER GAP

By Jon Tayler

2018 SCOUTING REPORTS

1 YANKEES

2 RED SOX

3 BLUE JAYS

4 ORIOLES

5 RAYS

1 INDIANS

2 TWINS

3 WHITE SOX

4 TIGERS

5 ROYALS

1 ASTROS

2 ANGELS

3 MARINERS

4 RANGERS

5 A's

1 NATIONALS

2 METS

3 PHILLIES

4 BRAVES

5 MARLINS

1 CUBS

2 BREWERS

3 CARDINALS

4 PIRATES

5 REDS

1 DODGERS

2 D-BACKS

3 ROCKIES

4 GIANTS

5 PADRES

POINT AFTER

CALL ME BY MY NAME

A TARGET OF WORKPLACE HARASSMENT WITH THE MAVERICKS SPEAKS UP

By MELISSA WEISHAUPT

Departments

SEEING RED AGAIN

By Michael Rosenberg

Power Draw

Talk about moving the needle: Tiger's second-place finish at the valspar brought in the best ratings for a nonmajor since 2013. Here is how woods has affected tv ratings at majors over his career

TEAM TIGER

WOODS ATTRACTED A GENERATION TO GOLF

By CONOR ORR

The Past Decade

FOR BETTER, FOR PURSE

AS WOODS'S FAME HAS GROWN, SO HAS PGA PRIZE MONEY

BACK IN ACTION

WOODS'S FOURTH SPINAL SURGERY HAS HELPED RELIEVE THE PAIN THAT KEPT HIM OFF THE COURSE FOR YEARS

UP TO THE CHALLENGE

A FORMER NAVY SEAL, WOUNDED IN COMBAT, PUSHED HIS LIMITS IN PYEONGCHANG

By Michael Rosenberg

FACES IN THE CROWD

Edited by JEREMY FUCHS

Striking Out Cancer

By JEREMY FUCHS