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A Latin Beat
With the return of homegrown stars, winter baseball is hot in Puerto Rico again
Viva the Admiral, Fanàtico Grande!
With the help of San Juan's lady mayor, the commander of the Caribbean Sea Frontier brings baseball to small fry of Puerto Rico, roots them on to the Latin-American title
PRO GOLF RESULTS
Arnold Palmer, Miami, 266 for 72 holes, $2,800. GREATER NEW ORLEANS OPEN Doug Sanders, Ojai, Calif., 272 for 72 holes, $4,300. PUERTO RICO OPEN
Choose which Cruz is whose
Does Julio play for Houston, or is it Jose or Victor or...? With the accrual of the Cruz crew reaching a crucial point and creating confusion, here is a handy guide
12 x 4 = 48 JAYHAWKS ON FOUR PLAYS
Penn State defeated Kansas in a tumultuous Orange Bowl game that saw losers use a 12-man team again and again and again
Last year's favored senior was Bo Ellis; this time it is Lee, who was born in Puerto Rico but raised in the Bronx. Lee prepared for the role last ...
Now You See Him, Now You Don't
Even if you catch three-time champ Wilfred Benitez, you probably won't hit him often
IT'S OnE FOR FUn in TOMORROW'S SUn
There will be the usual tourist comforts: hotels, golf alongside the sparkling ocean, hidden white-sand beaches. But if all goes as planned the island also will retain its very special flavor—an air that is purely Dominican
PERILS OF WINTER BALL
Winter leagues operate in Puerto Rico, Cuba, Panama and Venezuela. Schedules are light, travel limited and the general caliber of play not quite up to major ...