Go Figure

Aug. 02, 2004
Aug. 02, 2004

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Aug. 2, 2004

2004 Olympic Preview

Go Figure

Edited by Marc Bechtel and Stephen Cannella

Shoes stolen from the pickup truck of a Nike salesman in
Overland Park, Kans., a heist valued at $10,789.

This is an article from the Aug. 2, 2004 issue Original Layout

New pairs of footwear the shoelifter made off with, since the
salesman was carrying only left-footed samples.

Consecutive 20-homer, 20-steal seasons by Phillies outfielder
Bobby Abreu, who joined Willie Mays, Bobby Bonds and Barry Bonds
as the only players with streaks of that length.

Baseball diamonds in newly opened Phil Rizzuto Park in Union,
N.J., which has a large soccer field instead.

Bottles of wine awarded to Graham Marsh, one for each yard of
the holes he aced, after he had two holes in one on the 170-yard
No. 11 at Royal Portrush during last week's Senior British Open.

Hits, in as many at bats, by Ryan Leahy and Sean Rodriguez of
the Pioneer League's Provo Angels on July 16, the first minor
league teammates to go 6 for 6 in a game since 1896.

Major league teams beaten by Twins lefthander Terry Mulholland
in his career, the third pitcher with wins against every current