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April 28, 2014
April 28, 2014

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April 28, 2014

SI.com
THE MAIL
MAD MAX
SPORTS MEDICINE
KENTUCKY DERBY
  • Once upon a time two no-name owners plowed their money into a no-name filly, who bred a colt that would one day—this day—become the wonder of the horse racing world and return its trainer to Churchill Downs for the first time in nearly 60 years. California Chrome's journey is the best kind of Kentucky Derby story

WORLD CUP 2014
  • URUGUAY WILL BE THE SMALLEST COUNTRY AT THE WORLD CUP; IRAN WILL BE THE LONGEST SHOT. THEN THERE IS THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC, WHICH SAW ITS CAPITAL CITY BOMBED TO BITS IN A BLOODY CIVIL WAR. FROM THAT RUBBLE EMERGED A BRAVE BAND OF BARNSTORMERS WHO PAVED THE WAY TO A HISTORIC MOMENT THIS SUMMER IN BRAZIL

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HOT: Martin Maldanado

This is an article from the April 28, 2014 issue Original Layout

Brewers catcher hit the cover off a ball on an infield single to third. Roy Hobbs tweets: infield single, SMH.

HOT: Clint Dempsey

Participated in eight straight Sounders goals through Sunday. That sound you hear is Jürgen Klinsmann exhaling.

HOT: Blue Jackets

After 14 years got their first playoff win. Hope to claim a series before Gary Bettman retires.

NOT: Alex Gonzalez

Tigers cut their starting shortstop, who was batting .167. Will they call Stephen Drew now?

NOT: Mike Woodson

Relieved of duties as coach of the Knicks. After last season he's likely just relieved.

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