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May 12, 2014

BASEBALL

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Jose Abreu

That big bang from Chicago's South Side is the magic bat of the latest Cuban expat to rock the game

By Ben Reiter

Features

NBA PLAYOFFS

28

The Wizards

Thanks to point guard John Wall, D.C. has an upstart it can embrace

By S.L. Price

• THE RESILIENT CLIPPERS

NFL DRAFT

36

Kony Ealy

The other Missouri defensive end will soon seize the spotlight

By Joan Niesen

• TEAMMATES IN THE SHADOWS

BASEBALL

42

Mike Trout

Baseball is supposed to be humbling, but the normal rules don't apply to the game's best player

By Tom Verducci

• THE GROWING 21 CLUB

SPECIAL REPORT

52

Sports Gambling

A New Jersey court case has put sports executives on the spot

By Ryan M. Rodenberg and L. Jon Wertheim

HOCKEY

56

Too Many Men

The biggest penalty in history decided the epic Boston-Montreal series 35 years ago

By Michael Farber

Departments

2 SI Digital

4 Leading Off

12 The Mail

16 Scorecard

24 Faces in the Crowd

25 Just My Type

Dan Patrick: John McCain on Pat Tillman and PEDs

64 Point After

Michael Rosenberg: Jadeveon Clowney's reality show

SI HAS REGIONAL COVERS ROBERT BECK/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (TROUT); FRED VUICH FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (ABREU)

PHOTOPHOTOGRAPH BY ANDREW HANCOCK FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATEDSEÑOR SMACK Nine months after defecting from Cuba, Jose Abreu leads the majors in home runs.

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