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Portrait of the Artist as a Hitter
The man behind the camera is Rod Carew, part-time photographer, full-time batting star, whose phenomenal .435 average has made him the focus of unwanted attention
A Rose by Any Other Name
Steeler linebacker Jack Lambert is not known as a sweetie, but he sure knows the sweet smell of success
What Really Happened to Ted Williams
A year after the jarring news that the Splendid Splinter was being frozen in a cryonics lab, new details, including a decapitation, suggest that one of America's greatest heroes may never rest in peace
Tricks of the Trade
With elbows and erudition, Dennis Rodman of Chicago rules over NBA rebounders
... his new teammate, Hansen—a transfer from Tennessee-Martin and the son of a traveling P.E. instructor for the U.S. Defense Department.
The Left Arm Of God
He was a consummate artist on the mound, the most dominant player of his time, yet he shunned fame and always put team above self. On the field or off, Sandy Koufax was pitcher perfect
The Hangover: Roethlisberger
An NFL superstar's repulsive behavior, the ultimate expression of athletic entitlement run amok, has forced even the most diehard fans to question their team and their football faith—and made a small town in Georgia wish he'd never paid a visit.
Shadow Of A Nation
The Crows, once proud warriors, now seek glory—but often find tragedy—in basketball
A delicate creative art
In current weeks, members of our State Department stationed in many far-flung capitals are wrestling with some ticklish problems concerning kings and queens.