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Go Figure

Sept. 13, 2004
Sept. 13, 2004

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Sept. 13, 2004

Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: SI Adventure
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Go Figure

56 Consecutive Grand Slam events, a record, played by Wayne Ferreira, 32, who retired after losing to Lleyton Hewitt in the first round of the U.S. Open.

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1:50.2 New world trotting record, in minutes and seconds, set by 3-year-old colt Tom Ridge, who won the one-mile World Trotting Derby in DuQuoin, Ill.

21 Home runs by Cardinals outfielder Reggie Sanders, the first player to hit 20 in a season for six teams.

22 Errors by the Rangers' Alfonso Soriano, who's on pace to become the first second baseman to lead the majors in errors at his position in four straight seasons.

$4.3 million Cost of the new 5,600-seat football stadium at Franklin (Ind.) Central High, which has a two-story press box, laundry and weight rooms and private showers for referees.