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What's Right About Sports
August 10, 1998
Tired of lockouts, walkouts and players who don't box out? Tired of cringing every time you open the sports page? Relax. We found 76 reasons to celebrate
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August 10, 1998

What's Right About Sports

Tired of lockouts, walkouts and players who don't box out? Tired of cringing every time you open the sports page? Relax. We found 76 reasons to celebrate

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Kenyan Distance Runners
They come swift and silent—one, two, then a pack—faces glistening, feet barely touching the ground, gliding toward a distant forever.

The Bounce Pass
Always available. Always a surprise. Always pretty.

It's Still Hard To Get Into Baseball's Hall Of Fame
Scooter waited a lifetime and Tony Perez still has to pay $9.50.

Something That Makes You Like A Sport You Hate
Torvill and Dean.

Nah-Nah-Nah-Nah, Nah-Nah-Nah-Nah. Hey-Hey. Goodbye
And take that weaks—-with you.

The End of The Wave In Our Lifetime
Nah-Nah-Nah-Nah, Nah-Nah-Nah-Nah. Hey-Hey. Goodbye!

Grip It And Rip It
John Daly's maxim works for all sports: It's only a game, so swing hard.

A Mark McGwire Moon Shot
SRO for BP?

Golfers Who Play Quickly
Not that we support capital punishment, but if we did we'd start with anyone over a six handicap who plumb-bobs.

The First Four A Days Of March Madness
Somewhere in Cleveland, Mouse McFadden is still telling stories about when he....

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