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A CUT-MAKING MACHINE ON THE PGA TOUR WHO IS QUIETLY ROCKETING UP THE WORLD RANKING, JIMMY WALKER IS IN CONSTANT PURSUIT OF THE PERFECT SHOT OFF THE COURSE—IN HIS NIGHT JOB AS AN ENTERPRISING ASTRO-PHOTOGRAPHER
LEADING OFF
THE MAIL
PUIGMANIA
Where Will He Be?
L.A.'S FIVE-TOOL PHENOM YASIEL PUIG HAS PRODUCED AN ALMOST UNMATCHED DEBUT, BUT HOW HE ENDED UP IN DODGER BLUE IS ALMOST AS COMPELLING AS HIS MAMMOTH TALENT—WELL, ALMOST
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
JOE MONTANA
Cool as ever nearly two decades after his last snap, the man who led the 49ers to four Super Bowl championships now keeps the NFL at arm's length. But, though today's whiz kids are surpassing his stats, his legacy will forever be measured in his complete mastery of the game
MAURICE CLARETT
He was one of the most promising teenage athletes in the country—until he left school early, whiffed in the NFL and wound up in prison. Now, after some serious recalibration, has he found the focus to reclaim that promise on a whole new field?
BUTTERBEAN
After brawling his way to unlikely fame and fortune, the bald bad behemoth of the fight game once celebrated as the King of the Four-Rounders has found tranquillity back where it all started, in the rolling hills of Alabama
ROBERTO ALOMAR & JOHN HIRSCHBECK
It was an ugly moment that horrified baseball and the country. But the men at the center of it have used the notorious incident as the basis for one of sports' unlikeliest friendships
NEAL WALK
He was the second choice in the 1969 NBA draft—a very distant second choice, behind Lew Alcindor. Walk would never be an All-Star or lift a team to a title, but he followed the signs (and his dogs) on a path back to where his career began
GRADY LITTLE
'Be ready to make the first play of the game". What defines a baseball life? Four decades in the game, or one controversial decision that may (or may not) have led to October heartbreak? Ten years after a crushing loss, the former Red Sox skipper still has no regrets
RONY SEIKALY
Thumping beats and throngs of sweaty bodies bouncing up against each other—the former NBA center has put a new spin on his career but, really, not that much has changed
JANE GEDDES
Out of the fairway and into the rough-and-tumble. You might think that by making the bold—brazen? bonkers?—move from the LPGA to WWE, Geddes became the most badass woman in sports. Just try telling that to her wife-to-be
POINT AFTER
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Fast Trackers
Subtle changes to the draft rules are spurring prospects to sign more quickly and get to the minors sooner—and speeding their big league arrivals

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