Sports Illustrated DIGITAL

April 15, 2013

Tiger Woods

Career Record

77

PGA Tour Wins

14

Majors wins

Tiger Woods is back to being No. 1 in the world. Now, is he ready to roar again at Augusta and end his majors drought? Go to Golf.com for complete Masters coverage, including analysis of all the action, video roundtables with SI senior writers Michael Bamberger and Gary Van Sickle and a daily diary from three-time Masters champion Gary Player.

Alex Ovechkin

Since Feb. 27

17 Goals + 11 Assists = 28 Points

Like Tiger, Alex Ovechkin has his groove back—just in the nick of time for the Capitals. After a chilly start to the shortened NHL season, Ovechkin is tied for the NHL lead with 25 goals, and Washington was in first place in the Southeast Division with nine games to play. Check out SI.com/mag for Allan Muir's Home Ice blog with his breakdown of the Caps' revival.

Justin Upton

Opening Week 2013

.318

Batting

7

RBI

Justin Upton kicked his Braves career off with five homers in his first six games with the team. One of them made history: After his brother B.J. hit a game-tying homer last Saturday, Justin won it with a blast of his own—they're the first brothers to hit tying and walkoff homers in the same inning. Go to SI.com/mag for Joe Lemire's MLB Power Rankings and see how Upton measures up.

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SI DIGITAL BONUS

Hip, Hip Hooray

From the SI Vault: April 19, 1993

With one swing, Bo Jackson made the greatest comeback of them all: a return to baseball after hip-replacement surgery.

BY TOM VERDUCCI

SI PHOTO

You Can't Go Home Again

SI.com's gallery of Bitter and Sweet Homecomings includes slugger Josh Hamilton, who last week was booed and heckled in his first games at Rangers Ballpark as an Angel. Go to SI.com/photo

Extra MUSTARD

The Knicks' Iman Shumpert is keeping it old school with his high-top fade, but the NBA was not amused by his latest cut. Shumpert etched the Adidas logo onto his scalp last week but was forced to remove it: Displaying a corporate logo violates league rules. Get more at SI.com/extramustard

PHOTOFRED VUICH FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (WOODS) PHOTODAMIAN STROHMEYER/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED PHOTOGARY BOGDON FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (UPTON) PHOTOLARRY W. SMITH/EPA (HAMILTON) PHOTOINSTAGRAM (SHUMPERT) PHOTOBILL SMITH FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (JACKSON) PHOTOCHAD MATTHEW CARLSON FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (IPHONE)

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