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June 25, 2007 | L. JON WERTHEIM
As Wimbledon approaches, Scotland's rapidly improving Andy Murray, like Tim Henman before him, bears the hopes of an entire tennis-mad kingdom on his slight shoulders
July 11, 2005 | Edited by Mark Bechtel
95 -- Career runs scored by the Astros' Craig Biggio after being hit by a pitch; he set a major league record on June 29 by getting plunked for the 268th time.
July 05, 2004 | S.L. Price
With his win over Mark Philippoussis on Monday, 29-year-old Tim Henman sent the English rite of masochism known as Hen-mania into overdrive. He also threatened to end one of tennis's most curious streaks. No Briton...
June 14, 2004 | Bill Scheft
Good to be here. How about a hand for my opening act, Junior "Dice" Seau?
June 14, 2004
Ronald Reagan1911-2004Before he was the Great Communicator, he was a sportscaster in the Midwest, and before he was the leader of the Free World, he was the Gipper. Ronald Reagan's long and varied career culminated...