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Home Run Central
In the boomtowns of the National League Central, where fireworks will come early and often, any game involving Junior, Sammy or Big Mac is sure to be a hot ticket
The Angels and the Rangers, flush with TV cash and talent, are the AL's new power brokers. With apologies to the I-95 corridor, they are the ...
AL WEST: CROTCHETY KINGS GO FOR ANOTHER CROWN
The world champion Oakland A's adopt the rather sophisticated view that happiness is not necessarily commensurate with success. If the A's ...
Green Light for the Panthers
Nobody stops Defensive End Hugh Green, the best athlete in college football, which means Pitt could be going to the very top
A Real Cutup
Seattle Mariners Slugger Jay Buhner May Look like a Fiend, But He's Actually a Fun-loving, Fan-friendly Star with Only One Revolting Habit
As the World Turns, So Do the Warriors
There were once a lot of doubters, but Golden State's Lloyd Free now seems to have convinced almost everyone that his nickname isn't the biggest joke under the sun
Buenas Noches, Senor
There were tax troubles before it began, and the Venezuelans held him for ransom when it was over, but in between George Foreman deposited Ken Norton on his back to keep his heavyweight title in the bank
HOW THE WEST WAS LOST
Call them the AL Rest. They are the six teams below Brett & Co. in the West Division of the American League, and they stoop as a monument to ...
Trying Hard to Go Nowhere
The Olympic Track and Field Trials led to a dead end, not to the Games in Moscow. Nevertheless, competitors like winning vaulter Tom Hintnaus gave golden performances