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June 17, 2002
In the June 3 issue SI reported on the rampant use of steroids in baseball. The swift response included editorials, late-night cracks and a New Yorker cartoon.

June 17, 2002 | Steve Rushin
In Memphis, Mike Tyson opened his heart to me and revealed the real birthplace of the blues. "I've been hearing comments from people most of my life," he said with a sigh while holed up in a house on Friday night....

June 17, 2002
Baseball and SteroidsTom Verducci's special report (Totally Juiced, June 3) saddens me more than anything I've read in longer than 25 years as a sub-scriber. The true tragedy of baseball is that it is being destroyed...

June 17, 2002 | Andrea Woo
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June 17, 2002
This week follow our all-out coverage of the U.S. Open, featuring up-to-the-minute leader boards and exclusive daily reports from our Golf Plus team.

June 17, 2002
House of the Rising SunsJapanese soccer fans urged their team on to a 2-2 tie with Belgium in first-round action of the World Cup (page 38) on June 4. One lonely onlooker who dared to be different also provided an...

June 10, 2002 | Gary Van Sickle
15 Questions: 1.d; 2.c; 3.b; 4.b; 5.b; 6.d; 7.d; 8.a; 9.a; 10.c; 11.a; 12.b; 13.c; 14.b; 15.c

June 10, 2002 | Gary Van Sickle
Match the player with the Sunday blunder that ruined his chances of winning the Open.

June 10, 2002
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June 10, 2002 | Peter Krause
To intentionally hit a low hook, like the clutch recovery James Mason played from the woods at Sunday, you need to modify three things from a regular swing: the address, club selection and arm rotation.