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HIS HONOR, DON BAYLOR
Don Baylor, baseball's preeminent jurist, is in deep deliberation now, studying the remains of the ham sandwich in question. It was found in the ...
For Both Love And Money
Reggie Jackson is floating on Cloud 9 now that he has joined a glorious host of California Angels
The Disciples of St. Darrell on a Wild Weekend
A portrait of Texas football fandom: There were four big games in three days and Longhorn rooter Joe Coffman had the time of his life
BIG BREW HA-HA
Old hands Don Baylor and Dave Parker are showing the Brewers how to stay loose and win.
Back of All Trades
He runs. He throws. He sings. He volunteers for charities. He makes the honor roll. Quarterback Robert Griffin III can do just about everything—including make Baylor football relevant again
LOOKING FOR AN ARGUMENT? THEN NAME YOUR MVP
A case can be made for five American Leaguers, but Don Baylor and Ken Singleton have precedent on their side.
John Hannah Doesn't Fiddle Around
At least not on the football field, where, says the author, his brains, brawn and speed have made him the top offensive lineman in NFL history
AFTER THE FREE-FOR-ALL WAS OVER
... Reggie Jackson and Don Gullett, and the Angels, who spent plenty for Joe Rudi, Don Baylor and Bobby Grich, were tops in the reentry draft.
One of a Kind
What has made Michael Jordan the First Celebrity of the World is not merely his athletic talent, but also a unique confluence of artistry, dignity and history
The Coors Curse Now that Darryl Kile has joined the long list of good pitchers gone bad in Colorado, will any quality free agent ever again dare challenge the park where pitchers go to die?
Rockies manager Don Baylor says, "I think he welcomed the challenge of proving you can pitch well in Coors Field." Skeptics predicted that ...