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Go Figure
Tim Layden
April 15, 2002
320,000 Lego blocks in the faux soccer stadium on display at Tokyo's Spiral Garden to honor the World Cup finals, which begin May 31; the 9-by-6-foot model is filled with 7,000 miniature players and fans.
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April 15, 2002

Go Figure

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320,000
Lego blocks in the faux soccer stadium on display at Tokyo's Spiral Garden to honor the World Cup finals, which begin May 31; the 9-by-6-foot model is filled with 7,000 miniature players and fans.

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Wins for Red Sox ace Pedro Martinez since he declared that he'd like to "drill [ Babe Ruth] in the ass" last May; before beating the Orioles on Sunday, Martinez had gone winless in eight starts since dissing the Bambino.

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Straight golf events won by Arizona sophomore Lorena Ochoa, an NCAA record; Ochoa shot a 68 on Sunday to win the PING/ASU Invitational.

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NBA players—Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Hakeem Olajuwon and Bill Walton-who've led the league in blocked shots and rebounds per game in the same season; the Pistons' Ben Wallace led in both categories at week's end.

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Consecutive games that the Flames' Brad Werenka, who has postconcussion syndrome, has spent on injured reserve, believed to be an NHL record.

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