CONTENTS

July 21, 1991

14
DUSTED
The world champion Cincinnati Reds' slide from the heights continued as the Pittsburgh Pirates swept them
BY TIM KURKJIAN

18
A SIZZLER
Meg Mallon beat the heat to win the U.S. Women's Open for her second major championship in three weeks
BY JOHN GARRITY

20
WHERE EAGLES CARE
As Philly's training camp opened, Randall Cunningham began mending fences with once-resentful mates
BY PETER KING

22
GET READY TO RUMBLE!
Heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield will finally fight Mike Tyson because that's what both men wanted
BY RICHARD O'BRIEN

26 CLEAN AND SLOWER
That Ben Johnson is not the record-setting runner he was on steroids is clear to everyone but Ben Johnson
BY KENNY MOORE

34
'LET'S MAKE THE BEST OF IT'
Former Giant Dave Dravecky has not lost faith even alter his pitching arm and shoulder were amputated
BY WILLIAM NACK

40
SPORT IN THE YEAR 2001

Just by remaining at home, fans in the 21st century will be able to use startling technologies to become part of the action
BY WILLIAM OSCAR JOHNSON

The author decries a future in which the watching of television could replace the camaraderie of the crowd
BY RON FIMRITE

60
THE LIFE THAT JACK BUILT
Slugger Jack Clark looks back in anger at a career stretching all the way from San Francisco to Boston
BY RICK REILLY

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

9
SCORECARD

54
BASEBALL

77
FOR THE RECORD

78
POINT AFTER

Cover: Original Photography and Digital Composition by Barry Blackman
Art Produced by Broadcast Arts
INSET PHOTOGRAPH BY AL TIELEMANS

PHOTOJOHN BIEVERGolf Fans: While spectators alongside the 8th green took shelter from the swelter under umbrellas, players at the U.S. Women's Open in Fort Worth got a chill (or, at least, a less torrid) wind directed their way (page 18).

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)