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May 04, 1992 | Volume 76, Issue 17

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Barry Bonds Cover - Sports Illustrated May 04, 1992

May 04, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Earth to Bush

May 04, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
[Thumb Up]To Darryl Stingley, New England Patriots player personnel director, for earning his degree in physical education from Purdue. Stingley, a former Patriots wide receiver who has been...

May 04, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Berman. Kiper. Edelstein. Weren't those three of the 10 plagues the Lord visited upon the ancient Egyptians? Yeah, I watched all 5½ hours of ESPN's NFL draft coverage, also known as the Last...

May 04, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
It was predestined that at the recent Easter Bowl Junior Tennis Championships in Miami, Michelle O (below left), a 16-year-old from Winter Garden, Fla., would lose to Meilen Tu, 14, of Northridge,...

May 04, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Gene Gieselmann, St. Louis Cardinals trainer, after arthroscopic surgery was performed on righthander Bryn Smith's elbow: "It was hind of like his 100,000-pitch checkup."

May 04, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Before Deion, before Bo, there was Skeets. Renaldo (Sheets) Nehemiah, then the world-record holder in the 110-meter hurdles, made the April 26, 1982, cover after he signed as a wide receiver with...

May 04, 1992 | Steve Rushin
Pittsburgh lost several key players during the off-season, but the two-time division champion hasn't missed a step

May 04, 1992 | Jack McCallum
A mentor-protégé coaching rivalry heated up Seattle's series with Golden State

May 04, 1992 | Jon Scher
Working its familiar playoff magic, Minnesota pushed favored Detroit to the brink of elimination

May 04, 1992 | William F. Reed
Spring drills reaffirmed that once ground-bound Georgia could soar with well-armed Eric Zeier

May 04, 1992 | Peter King
The Packers, who once again have new leadership, laid the cornerstone for a fresh foundation by drafting Florida State's Terrell Buckley

May 04, 1992 | Peter King
A Blast from the Past

May 04, 1992 | John Papanek
Mark Twain once said that there are three types of false-hoods: lies, damned lies and statistics. Statistically speaking, we're 99% certain that Twain never met Steve Hirdt, who is executive...

May 04, 1992 | E.M. Swift
America³ and New Zealand took leads in an America's Cup series enlivened by controversy and a Dennis Conner comeback

May 04, 1992 | Richard Hoffer
Randy Johnson, the Seattle Mariners' 6'10" southpaw, is one of baseball's most explosive—and eccentric—moundsmen

May 04, 1992 | Stacey Colino
These wheelchairs are designed to put disabled athletes on trails once reserved for off-road vehicles

May 04, 1992 | Tim Kurkjian
The Scariest Man in Baseball

May 04, 1992 | Tim Kurkjian
A Crash LandingYou can't help but think of Crash Davis, the journeyman catcher played by Kevin Costner in the movie Bull Durham, when you consider Doug Davis, a 29-year-old catcher who the Rangers...

May 04, 1992 | Steve Hirdt
Burners and Burnouts

May 04, 1992 | Franz Lidz

May 04, 1992 | Hank Hersch
Nick Theslof left his Ohio home for a chance to play topflight soccer in Holland

May 04, 1992 | Franz Lidz
This agent to the stars insists that in the money game, he plays by the rules

May 04, 1992 | Stefanie Scheer
Self-taught jockey Gwen Jocson, last year's top winning apprentice, attended the school of hard knocks

May 04, 1992 | John Garrity
Dizzy Dean and Billy Martin are well served in these new baseball biographies

May 04, 1992 | Edited by Sally Guard
BustedThe world record for the 4 x 200-meter relay, by the Santa Monica Track Club quartet of Mike Marsh, Leroy Burrell, Floyd Heard and Carl Lewis, at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia. Competing...

May 04, 1992
Simeon VierraKAHUKU, HAWAIISimeon, a senior heavyweight wrestler at Kahuku High, won a state title for the second straight year to wrap up a 41-0 season. He now has gone unbeaten in 95 matches and...

May 04, 1992 | Rick Telander
The NFL has been tapping underclassmen, and the results have been mostly for the good

May 04, 1992
Revamping BaseballI commend Steve Wulf for his excellent plan to revive baseball (A Blueprint for Baseball, April 6). I have been a fan since I was a kid, and I, too, see baseball running itself...