Inside: The Week In Sports

June 05, 2006
June 05, 2006

Table of Contents
June 5, 2006

SI Bonus Section: Golf Plus
SI Players: Life On and Off the Field
2006 World Cup Preview
  • Thirty-two teams will meet in Germany beginning June 9. Can the U.S. emerge as one of soccer's global powers? That will depend on the leadership of four young players who learned how to win together as teens

2006 World Cup Preview

Inside: The Week In Sports

With interest waning, Barry Bonds ends his marathon run to 715 • Next week'sdraft is short on quality hitters • Let the bidding begin for Barry Zito

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New coach Bob Huggins doesn't waste any time stirring things up at Kansas State• Three schools that snared top recruits at the last minute

PHOTOPhotograph by Brad Mangin SECONDFIDDLE
With this blast off the Rockies' Byung-Hyun Kim on Sunday (ball is visiblebelow Toyota sign), Barry Bonds passed Babe Ruth and moved into second placebehind Hank Aaron on the alltime home run list with 715 (page76).