April 11, 2011 | Albert Chen
Adam Dunn is powerful, plodding, productive and very well paid—and in today's game, he's a dinosaur. In an era that values run prevention and lineup flexibility, the DH as we knew it is a dying breed
April 20, 2009 | S.L. PRICE
Though deaths caused by thrown or batted balls are rare, frequent close calls, including another last week, keep the issue of ballpark safety in play
November 04, 2005
THE GREATEST PALE HOSE EVER? HERE ARE SI'S PICKS--START THE DEBATE
June 07, 2004 | George Dohrmann
0Men from the U.S. who advanced past the second round of the French Open, the first time since 1968 no American reached the third round.
August 21, 2000
Middle East, Schmiddle East. What we really want to know about Al Gore (left) and George Bush is how they stack up as sportsmen. Here forthwith, a handy little sports crib sheet on the presidential contenders.