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Go Figure

June 20, 2005
June 20, 2005

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June 20, 2005

Golf
  • Chris DiMarco has a Wisconsin judge to thank for devising the unorthodox grip that helped him overcome the yips and jump-start his career

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CATCHING UP WITH
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
SI Players
Cycling
  • Can Lance Armstrong win an unprecedented seventh title in his final Tour de France? Challengers are coming at him from all sides, but the ultimate road warrior is intent on slicing up the opposition

THE NBA FINALS
Baseball
GOLF
IZZO AND MARIUCCI
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Go Figure

Edited by Mark Bechtel

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This is an article from the June 20, 2005 issue Original Layout

Home runs hit by AL pitchers--the Tigers' Jason Johnson and the Indians' C.C. Sabathia--in interleague play this season; it's the first time since interleague play began in 1997 that more than one AL hurler has homered.

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Runs scored by the Reds in a three-game sweep of the Devil Rays, the most in a three-game home series since they scored 36 in a sweep of the New York Giants in May 1898.

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Tampa-area teenagers that Buccaneers linebacker Derrick Brooks took to South Africa for a 10-day trip, part of his Brooks Bunch program that rewards students for good grades.

.422, 7, 19

Mets outfielder Carlos Beltran's batting average and home run and RBI totals in the 11 games started by Pedro Martinez that he's played in this season.

.248, 0, 10

Beltran's average, homers and RBIs in 45 games started by pitchers other than Martinez.

$996,000

Winning bid for the 1919 bill of sale that sent Red Sox pitcher Babe Ruth to the Yankees.

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Round in which the Rockies mistakenly drafted pitcher Timothy Brewer, 17, in the major league entry draft; Brewer, who's from the island of St. Thomas, is in 11th grade and wasn't eligible for the draft.