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Goodbye to All That
January 13, 2003
One year from today a lot will be missing from the world of sports
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January 13, 2003

Goodbye To All That

One year from today a lot will be missing from the world of sports

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Tennis stars of the '90s
Pete Sampras, Monica Seles (right) and Michael Chang will play a few more sets and then bow out.


Mark Messier
He is old (41) and fading (just 12 goals) but still a proud and resolute leader who could return for a last attempt to skate in the playoffs in 2004.

Lennox Lewis
After one more bout—versus a Klitschko or a Tyson—he'll be 38 and have no one left to fight.

ESPN's Around the Horn with Max Kellerman
Oh, no! The network plans to retool and try again.

Ken Griffey Jr. from Cincinnati
The Reds may prefer to invest in Austin Kearns and Adam Dunn.

Vince Carter from Toronto
His dancing on stage at a Nelly show while out with a quadriceps injury raised an outcry.

Pete Rose (left) in the Hall of Fame debate
When will Bud Selig forgive him? The over-under is five months.

Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling as twin aces
The Diamondbacks will have a hard time affording both of them, especially if the Yankees want to go with a 10-man rotation.

Louisiana Tech's NCAA-record 54-game win streak in women's hoops
UConn is three wins shy.

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