Alan Saxon is one of the more unlikely sleuths in contemporary fiction. A veteran professional golfer, Saxon is attempting to win his second British Open and to discover the identity of a murderer...
OPEN AND SHUT
•Carlton Fisk, Chicago White Sox catcher, on his team's recent ban on beer in the clubhouse: "Let's face it, pizza and a Sprite after games just don't get it."
Yankee Don Mattingly tied a doughty old record by homering in eight straight games
Junior middleweight titleholder Mike McCallum knocked out Donald Curry—now at last he may get some real attention
July 27, 1987 | Austin Murphy
July 27, 1987 | Donald J. Barr
Ramiro Fernandez is one of the lucky ones whose passions intersect with their professions. Fernandez, a photo editor in our picture department since 1983 and an avid dog lover, never misses the...
July 27, 1987 | Edited by Gay Flood
ONE DAY IN BASEBALLI picked up your July 6 issue and couldn't put it down. It was a veritable feast for the baseball connoisseur. The pictures and descriptions captured the spirit of America's...
July 27, 1987 | Dan Geringer
July 27, 1987 | Peter Gammons
PATIENT MARINERSFor the first time in their 11-year history, the Seattle Mariners had two representatives in the All-Star Game. Second baseman Harold Reynolds (10 innings) and pitcher Mark...
July 27, 1987 | Demmie Stathoplos
Superpacer Jate Lobell played lowball in Jersey
July 27, 1987 | Timothy Egan
Flora, fauna and tourists are returning to Mount St. Helens
July 27, 1987 | Morin Bishop
WFAN is the first station to give sports junkies a 24-hour fix
July 27, 1987 | Compiled by Roger Jackson
BASEBALL—At the 58th All-Star Game, in Oakland, the NATIONAL LEAGUE beat the American League 2-0 in 13 innings for its 22nd victory in the last 25 years. Montreal's Tim Raines won the MVP award by...
July 27, 1987
BILL BISHOPWILTON, CONN.Bill, a junior attacker for the Wilton High lacrosse team, paced the Warriors to the state finals and a 15-4 record with 76 goals, believed to be a state record, and 54...
When the baseball seems lively, rational folks go haywire