August 02, 2004
May 27, 1985 | Jerry D. Lewis
Every athlete lives for that one moment in the sun, a time of fulfillment and glory. For Floyd G. Giebell, that moment came on Sept. 27, 1940.
July 30, 2001 | Steve Rushin
The beauty of baseball is the absence of a clock. Time doesn't stop for ballplayers, but it does cease to matter. ("What time is it?" someone asked Yogi Berra, and he replied, "You mean now?") When they leave the...
September 18, 1995
Maddux has been a good pitcher since 1988, but greatness is based not on a season, not even on a decade, but on a lifetime.ADAM N. McKEOWN, ALEXANDRIA, VA
February 14, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Karl Schranz, the Austrian skier who reportedly makes $50,000 a year, on his disqualification from the Winter Olympics for commercialism: "It's an emphasis on the wrong principle. I think the Olympics should be a...