April 12, 1982
April 12, 1982

Table of Contents
April 12, 1982

Florida Derby
The 76ers
Baseball 1982


26 In One Fell Swoop
A little nudge from Jockey Jeff Fell sent Timely Writer charging ahead of Star Gallant to win the $250,000 Florida Derby
by William Nack

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30 They're All Wet...and All Right
"Power food" and a powerful psych propelled Berkeley's gutsy crew to a win over Yale in San Diego's ninth annual classic
by Dan Levin

32 The Way To Win a Lot with a Little
You put Sally Little in the rich Dinah Shore tournament and have her shoot a record-tying round of 64 on Sunday
by Sarah Pileggi

34 The 76ers: Bridesmaid Revisited
Once again, Philadelphia has terrific players and a superb record, but probably not enough muscle to win a title
by Bruce Newman

Baseball 1982

40 An effort to modernize baseball's outdated organizational machinery may have far-reaching effects on and off the field
by Ron Fimrite

44 Anguished by the dissolution of his marriage and nettled by scoffers at his ideals, Steve Garvey soldiers on
by William Nack

54 SI picks Oakland and Milwaukee to win the American League divisions and Los Angeles and Montreal to triumph in the National League

78 A comprehensive new rating system proves there's more to judging relief pitchers than just counting their wins and saves
by Jim Kaplan

88 On the mound or in the salon, Reliever Joe Sambito of the Houston Astros leaves the opposition high and dry
by Steve Wulf

94 Hey Mister, Can We Have Your Autograph?
In sport, the great paper chase began with Babe, and baseball has been No. 1 on the pen parade ever since
by Robert W. Creamer

The Departments

Scorecard 21
For the Record 127
19th Hole 128

Credits on page 127

Cover photograph by Heinz Kluetmeier