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May 19, 2014
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- THE MAIL 12
- By Luke Winn
THE BREWERS CENTERFIELDER PLAYS WITH PASSION—TOO MUCH PASSION FOR SOME OPPONENTS' TASTE—AND DOESN'T EXACTLY BUY INTO THE IDEA THAT A LEADOFF HITTER SHOULD BE PATIENT. BUT HE HAS NOT ONLY TURNED AROUND A FLOUNDERING CAREER, HE HAS ALSO TURNED HIMSELF INTO AN MVP CANDIDATE. SO, WHAT'S NOT TO LIKE?
Memorial Day weekend is motor sports's annual showcase: excitement, glamour and tradition at 200 mph. But last year, far from the spotlight of Indy or NASCAR, three men driven only by their love of racing came up against the harsh reality of risk that rides with them on every lap of the nation's small-time dirt tracks
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As the old media model that created sports' bull market crumbles, the way games are broadcast and consumed is changing radically—à la carte! Microbets! Virtual reality!—while rights-holders brace for the ultimate reckoning
His name is Bryce Harper. You don't know him, but every big league scouting director does. He hits the ball a desert mile, clocks 96 on the gun, and he's only 16, more advanced than A-Rod and Junior were at the same age. And his ambition is as great as his talent.