- Soft draw on the pitch shotBilly Maxwell | August 24, 1959
- Muy loco down in San AntoneLarry Kenon and fellow Spur egos have enfevered a win-starved populaceJohn Papanek | May 14, 1979
- SKYLINEDecember 09, 1957
December 07, 1981 | Art Hill
There is a manner of writing, employed by the best reporters when they go book-length, which implies that the writer knows at least as much about his subject as God does, and maybe a little more—perhaps because God...
July 29, 1985 | Dan Levin
"It was not a celebrated event. It was an Olympic trial.... But no tickets were sold, and the community in which it was held...largely ignored it." So begins The Amateurs (William Morrow, $14.95), David Halberstam's...
July 20, 1987 | Edited by Gay Flood
SIMPSON'S OPENLong live Rick Reilly! Each paragraph of his story on the U.S. Open (An Open and Shut Case, June 29) was a birdie you could read like a tap-in. My gosh, does he play as well as he writes?AL PINTOMount...
January 20, 2003 | Pete McEntegart
We expect the mail to get a bit hot and heavy after our swimsuit issue, but when we publish a list of a books?—no. Still, SI's Top 100 Sports Books of All Time (Dec. 16) drew more than 225 letters, some purely...
February 10, 2003
Considering the list of guest stars, the Feb. 17 episode of the CBS sitcom Yes, Dear could have been taped in Cooperstown. Jerry Van Dyke (right, kicking) plays Big Jimmy, who has long bragged to his son about...