Unbalanced pitchers are not unusual in the major leagues. Spectacular color photographs show what you miss if you keep looking at the ball after the pitcher has let go of it.
The tennis is lovely on the Caribbean tour, where the players spend more time sunning and going to parties than they do on the court. Frank Deford takes an envious look.
L.B.J. Country—Hill Country to most Texans—is a lonely yet magnetic land. Edwin Shrake writes of it and its people, recounting its past, looking at its present and future.