August 17, 1987 | Noel Hynd
Do you like baseball the way it is played at Fenway Park, with the Green Monster looming behind every pitch? If you do, then you would have loved Philadelphia's Shibe Park some 60 years ago....
•Chuck Armstrong, the Seattle Mariners' chief operating officer, on the organization's placing third in a local corporate spelling bee: "We're really pleased. This is the highest the Mariners have...
The 49ers got pro football off to a sizzling start with a win over the Chiefs in the Hall of Fame game
Detroit walloped the Yankees to enliven the race in the AL East
John McEnroe ventured to Vermont with his 1987 guru and a solid game in tow
August 17, 1987 | Jaime Diaz
Baseball has mounted a campaign to stop pitchers from doctoring balls and hitters from corking bats
August 17, 1987 | Donald J. Barr
We suppose everybody has his own private Shangri-la. For many of the golfing-afflicted here at SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, it's the Royal Dornoch Golf Club in Scotland, somewhere between the Loch Ness...
August 17, 1987 | Jill Lieber
SOAP OPERA JOURNAL
Trotter Mack Lobell carved up the Hambletonian field
August 17, 1987 | Rick Reilly
August 17, 1987
PIT BULLSAs an owner of a bullterrier, the pit bull's "cousin" (The Pit Bull: Friend and Killer, July 27), I have felt the negative attitude of friends and neighbors toward my "buddy," who is as...
August 17, 1987 | Compiled by Roger Jackson
BOWLING—MARK ROTH won the Greater Buffalo Open and a $16,000 check with a 259-215 victory over Chris Warren.
August 17, 1987
CAROL ZACHARYKNOXVILLE, TENN.Carol, a senior pitcher, was 30-0 this season with an 0.35 ERA as she paced 33-0 Gibbs High to its fourth Class AA girls' state softball title in five years. As the...
Thoreau's watering hole should remain a public domain