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"We're in Baseball Heaven"
For Phillies Nation, every game has felt like October since Cliff Lee's return. Now an ever-growing fan base wonders: Is it still O.K. to boo?
The House of Murph
As the Mets and Royals Clash in the Fall Classic, All Eyes Are on a Previously Anonymous Second Baseman Who's on One of the Great Power Binges in October History. Can Daniel Murphy Possibly Keep Hitting Home Runs? The Answer Will Go a Long Way toward Deciding Which Franchise Ends Its Title Drought
Meet The Rejuvenated, Revitalized LeBron
After a tumultuous first year in Miami, LeBron James locked himself in his house, rued disappointing his teammates—then worked hard to hone his game. The result: one of the best seasons in NBA history
A Match Goes Down in History
It was Bjorn Borg's fifth consecutive Wimbledon title, but the five-set final will be remembered as much for its heroic loser, John McEnroe, who won the fans' plaudits
Trials and Jubilation
Out of nine days, in which by harsh necessity exultation combined with despair, came the U.S. Olympic track team
'I've Won. I've Beat Them'
Like it or not, Howard Cosell stands alone at the top of his profession, a position he cherishes almost as much as he does his beloved Emmy
Fueled by putdowns and cutups, the slaphappy Mets-a franchise whose revival is way ahead of schedule-are dominating the National League
The Little Big Man
Only 5'7", Joe Morgan is baseball's most complete player. He harasses pitchers, hits, steals, scores and fields, all with an air of arrogance
Can Bo Go?
How well Bo Jackson's artificial hip holds up tops a list of baseball questions that only spring training can answer