18 The NCAA Tournament
Three regional favorites—Georgetown, Houston and Kentucky—and a big surprise, Virginia, made it to the Final Four
This is an article from the April 2, 1984 issue
26 Baseball 1984
If precedent prevails, Baltimore won't repeat as world champ, but that's just one "sure thing" that may go awry
by Bruce Anderson
34 A chip off the old block and more, Cal Ripken Jr. did his daddy proud by becoming the MVP in his second season
by Ron Fimrite
46 Assessing the American and National League races, SI prefers the Orioles, White Sox, Expos and Dodgers
68 Once baseball's invisible men, umpires of late have brought attention to themselves with their new feisty attitudes
by Steve Wulf
Yogi Berra is skipper of the George Steinbrenner Yankees, for whom managing jobs often ain't over when they're over
by Roy Blount Jr.
107 For the Record
108 19th Hole
Credits on page 107
Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.
Bowling Green could wave the flag in celebration of its 5-4 NCAA championship win over Minnesota-Duluth last Saturday night in Lake Placid, N.Y. As for the Bulldogs, when it was all over all they could do was flag in despair.