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June 16, 2003
DiedOf kidney and heart failure, pro wrestling pioneer "Classy" Freddie Blassie, 85. A last link to wrestling's carnival roots, the 6'1", 220-pound Blassie (real name: Fred Blassman) became prominent in the game...
October 16, 2000 | Alan Shipnuck
Enraged at a questionable call by U.S. captain Pat Bradley, Europe stunned the heavily favored Americans in the most contentious Solheim Cup ever
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September 28, 1998
Gates Crasher: Microsoft chairman Bill Gates is reportedly itching to join Augusta National but may not be invited because he's a lousy golfer. The 42-year-old Gates, who sports an unsightly 26 handicap, may have...
June 29, 1998
Casey's Driving: The longest drive measured at the U.S. Open, a 373-yarder at the Olympic Club's 437-yard par-4 6th hole, was by Casey Martin (below). He ended the Open with a 291.3-yard average, second only to John...