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Many readers with whom I talk claim the best job a man could want would be writing about the outdoors for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED—the idea of being paid to get out of an office and enjoy the wilderness is one that gets...
July 22, 1968
Winningest pitcher Denny McLain is also one of baseball's most verbose heroes. He could win 30 games, and talk himself into all sorts of trouble. A report by Mark Mulvoy.
April 25, 1966
Madmen of the deep, the ocean powerboat racers are heading over the waves from Miami to Nassau once more. Hugh Whall will be on hand to watch them sink or swim.
February 13, 1967
32-34—Sheedy & Long48—Roy De Carava55—left, London Sun56—Frank Teti-Roy Cummings58—Roger Jensen59—Richard Cavin60—Duncan Barnes62, 63—Daniele Pettinari65, 66—David Lees75—Bob Lehman, U.S. Army, Edwin Pope, Dick...
May 08, 1967
Buzzie Bavasi begins a four-part series (with Jack Olsen) on what it's like to be general manager of the Dodgers with a behind-the-scenes account of the Koufax-Drysdale holdout.