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Is Jerry Reinsdorf, the belligerent union buster he appeared to be during the baseball strike,
...the turncoat who signed Albert Belle to a $55 million contract to play for the White Sox, the lunatic who might break up the Bulls' dynasty, the malcontent who sued the NBA to protect his own TV Revenues? Or is he simply misunderstood? Is he, in fact, one of the smartest owners in pro sports, a businessman whose teams are powerful and profitable and whose employees are deeploy loyal?
Less Than Great
Wayne Gretzky is having a subpar year and feeling heat over trades made by the Los Angeles Kings
Turn up the Heat
October baseball is simple. If you want to win, you better bring a staff full of power arms—guys like Rays ace David Price (the game's hardest-throwing lefty starter). And postseason secret weapon Aroldis Chapman (the hardest thrower, period), who's breathing fire in the Reds' bullpen. Get ready. The next four weeks will be a gas.
HORROR AND HOPE IN HEALTH CARE
Your August letters on health care were timely and helpful. Pleasekeep calling attention to the tragic situation confronting the morethan 30 ...
The Wrecking Yard
As they limp into the sunset, retired NFL players struggle with the game's grim legacy: a lifetime of disability and pain
State Had the Stuff
North Carolina State completed its astonishing run to the NCAA title by knocking off Houston 54-52
Fathering out-of-wedlock kids has become commonplace among athletes, many of whom seem oblivious to the legal, financial and emotional consequences
May the Best Manning Win
Eli and Peyton face off for the first time in the Sunday-night opener, and they don't particularly want to talk about it (even with each other). Making NFL history as the first brothers to start at quarterback in the same game, they'll add another chapter to the Manning family saga-and when it's over, you won't want to be around the one who lost
Yes, he's that good. But Stephen Strasburg did more in his first week as a major league pitcher than live up to the hype: He became the rare player who fills stadiums. Meet baseball's newest, biggest drawing card