July 13, 2009 | TOM VERDUCCI
Before laptops, spreadsheets and VORP, the wizard of Baltimore was winning pennants by following his own internal baseball calculus
June 01, 1987 | Donald J. Barr
You probably knew we would have stories in this issue on the Indianapolis 500 and the Stanley Cup and NBA playoffs. But our editors also like to surprise our readers, and one area where they do that a lot is in those...
July 02, 1984 | Robert L. Miller
Bob Brown is a man of speed, always has been. He was a champion high school sprinter in New Jersey and ran the 440 and 880 at Syracuse University. He raced cars cross-country in the Cannonball Baker...
September 01, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
This issue is a first for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, reflecting the acute and continuing interest in football in America. It has been only 22 weeks since the networks agreed to disburse $2 billion for the right to televise...
August 17, 1981 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Once again Paul Zimmerman has shown that he has few—if any—equals when it comes to writing about pro football. The extent of his knowledge and research was very evident in his article on John Hannah (, Aug. 3). I...