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July 06, 2009 | LEE JENKINS
Padres slugger honed his sweet stroke in a pair of cities on either side of the U.S.-Mexico line—one that he'd love to call home for the rest of his career and the other too dangerous even to visit
January 19, 1976 | Robert F. Jones
The road has many names. Mapmakers call it Mexico 1 or the Transpeninsula Highway. To Mexican patriots it is La Carretera de Benito Juarez, while to the less patriotic it is simply Numero Uno. To the from Alta...
February 03, 1958 | James Murray
At the Caliente Open, a young newcomer from Knoxville nearly upset the cream of pro golf until an oldtimer from Arkansas took charge in the pleasant south-of-the-border surroundings
August 20, 1956
VIVA EL TORO Sirs: Two years of "the best in sports reporting" by SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has finally induced me to write—you're great!
January 12, 1998 | John Walters
Last week's Rose Bowl supplied us with the year's first fact-based TV movie—as if anyone would believe this tear-jerking, true-life fairy tale—Griese and Son. Our casting call: Mark Harmon, himself a former college...