Showing 1 - 10 of 262 Stories for Al Tielemans
All the Right Moves
Professional, polite, eager to please—could Joey Votto be more perfect? An MVP and an end to the Reds' playoff drought wouldn't hurt
Just 15 minutes from his family--and four months removed from his brief retirement--the ageless Roger Clemens is mowing down hitters and heating up the baseball climate in Houston
Ahead of His Class
Ohio high school junior LeBron James is so good that he's already being mentioned as the heir to Air Jordan
Led by Jameer Nelson, the nation's best player, little St. Joe's started 20-0 and is thinking big
5 Outs Away
A year ago the Cubs and Red Sox each came that close to the World Series, only to see it all blow up in eerily similar—and all-too-familiar—fashion
I Was a Toronto Blue Jay
In five days as a major leaguer, the author saw the splendors of baseball—and its hard reality—from the best perspective: inside the game
The Great Wall China has three towering NBA prospects in its frontcourt--and 100 more 7-footers in reserve, if you believe the rumors
Within hours of arriving in Beijing, photographer Al Tielemans and I found ourselves, if not exactly face-to-face with Yao Ming, the 7'6" teenager ...
Fast and Loose
Even with Ken Griffey Jr. as the prize, the Reds wouldn't part with Pokey Reese, who's talented and unburdened by family dysfunction
The Photographers The best shooters are as competitive as the athletes they cover, so SI helps them keep score (and, yes, this list includes Joe DiMaggio, but, no, it's not the Yankee Clipper)
Jerry Wachter 36. David E. Klutho 35. Chuck Solomon 33. Al Tielemans 33. Lane Stewart 28. Marvin E. Newman 21. Damian Strohmeyer 20
WINNING WAYS PENN HAS NOT LOST A GAME IN TWO YEARS. QUESTION IS, TO ACHIEVE DOMINANCE, HAS IT COMPROMISED THE IVY LEAGUE'S ACADEMIC IDEALS?
There is no better measure of Penn's commitment than coach Al Bagnoli, an intense 42-year-old who was hired in January 1992 after a brilliant 10-year career at ...