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May 28, 1990 | Volume 72, Issue 22

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Will Clark Cover - Sports Illustrated May 28, 1990

May 28, 1990 | David E. Morine

May 28, 1990 | Jeff Bradley
It was a warm Sunday afternoon at County Stadium in Milwaukee, and the New York Yankees had won nine of their last 15. The year was 1983. Billy Martin was in the third of his five incarnations as...

May 28, 1990 | Mark Teich
This is the strange talc of how an Eastern mystic saved a Western sport from oblivion. The unlikely mix of characters includes Sri Chinmoy, a 58-year-old Indian spiritual master who has built a...

May 28, 1990 | Edited by Craig Neff

May 28, 1990 | Edited by Craig Neff
•Don Zimmer, the Chicago Cubs' manager, after his team went 4-4 on a recent road trip: "It just as easily could have gone the other way."

May 28, 1990 | Jay Greenberg

May 28, 1990 | William F. Reed
Summer Squall roared from behind to beat Unbridled, the Kentucky Derby winner, in the Preakness

May 28, 1990 | Steve Rushin

May 28, 1990 | Jack McCallum

May 28, 1990
1950 VS. 1990Accolades to Peter Gammons on his fine article 1950 vs. 1990, A Tale of Two Eras (April 16). In my mind there is no question that 1990's players on the whole are more talented because...

May 28, 1990 | Alexander Wolff
Buoyed by two returning centers, Portland won a seventh-game OT thriller over San Antonio

May 28, 1990 | Sam Moses

May 28, 1990 | Bruce Newman

May 28, 1990 | Leo W. Banks
César Octavio Alvarez's first two weeks in the U.S. were torture. When he arrived here in February 1988, he was a bashful 16-year-old sophomore at Tucson High. He had a chipped front tooth and...

May 28, 1990 | Merrell Noden
The Gait brothers have the Orangemen at the top

May 28, 1990 | Tim Kurkjian

May 28, 1990 | Tim Kurkjian

May 28, 1990 | Shelley Smith
Randy Barnes broke the shot-put world record

May 28, 1990 | E.M. Swift

May 28, 1990 | Penny Ward Moser
Who needs a salon to be a fan of the Redskins?

May 28, 1990 | Compiled by Tim Crothers
PRO BASKETBALL—As the Pistons and the Bulls began a rematch of last year's Eastern Conference finals, Detroit jumped to a 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. The Piston defense shut down all the...

May 28, 1990
NATALIE SAURBERPARKER, COLO.Natalie, 16, scored 597 out of a possible 600 points to win her second consecutive young adult (age 15-17) freestyle title at the National Field Archery Association...

May 28, 1990 | Jack McCallum
The Lakers and Celtics can rise again. Here's how