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April
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Contents - The 1985 Baseball Preview (There's a new, improved George Brett in K.C. The first foreign World Series is headed for Toronto. A new dynasty is born in the NL West - and an old one crumbles. And the next media darlings of baseball are the New York Mets. Says who? Says us. Play ball), The Great Debates (America's best baseball brains tackle the burning issues of the day. Like, why does anyone want Dave Kingman, anyway?), The Fight We'll Never See (It's billed as the greatest boxing matchup since Ali-Frazier. Will Hagler's strength prove invincible? Or will Hearn's reach win the Middleweight title? Most likely, the mysteries of a 12-round championship fight will produce a result no one expects), View From The Ring (Predictions from other fighters), Final Fourcast (The NCAA basketball tournament. Sixty-four teams. Sixty-three games. More than 157 hours of TV hoops. Need a few pointers before this curcus starts? Here's help from The Hoopmeister), Glen Sather's Cold War (The coach of the Edmonton Oilers is brash, cocky and very successful. And if you don't like it, lump it), Life Without Gretzky (How good are the Oilers without 99), Welcome To These Hallowed Holes (What's so special about the Masters, anyway? Why does the media melt at its mention? Only one way to find out. Lets go there), Interview: Dallas Green (It's a real trick to deliver the Cubs from the darkness when the fans don't want to turn on the lights) Departments - Fanfare, Sport Talk, Sport Quiz, Finish Line
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May
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Contents - The Best Of Enemies (If the New York Mets and the Chicago Cubs are such fierce rivals, how can Keith Hernandez and Gary Matthews be best friends), See How They Run (Fast: In the NBA, teams that don't run don't win playoffs. But a fast break is not five guys running down the floor as fast as they can. Hey man, this is science), Why The NFL Never Wanted Flutie (With their draft coming up on April 30, one thing the NFL can't have is Doug Flutie. And, pssst, they're delilghted), Draft Preview (What your team needs, what they'll get), He Works Like A Horse (Hot Springs. Omaha. New Orleans. If there's a horse race, Pat Day will find it. That's why he's now the top jockey in the country), Tall In The Saddle (Only the best jocks ride in the Derby. Here are four - each a breed apart), Welcome To The Pennant Race (Bill Caudill, meet the Toronto Blue Jays. They will pay you millions to save their bullpen and win the pennant. Pressure? What pressure), The Empire Strikes Back (The Islanders own a lot of Stanley Cups. The Oilers want more. But dynasty is still the Canadians business), Riddle Of The Spinks (You'd think a guy would be happy being light-heavyweight champion of the world. Not Michael Spinks), Interview: Brent Musburger (On the Greek. On Cosell. On McEnroe. You've watched the man, now listen) Departments - Fanfare, Sport Talk, Sport Quiz, Finish Line
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June
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Contents - Summer Baseball Spectacular - George Brett Has A Lot To Prove (It's been a long time since .390 and greatness. But if you're plotting a comeback, it helps to be the most obsessed hitter in baseball), Glove Story (A player will care for his glove, patch it and keep it alive long after it should have been retired. An intimate look at a special relationship), A Pitcher Comes To Fenway (Roger Clemons is only 22, with a 96-mph fastball - and a world of expectations from the Boston Red Sox. Gulp), A Hero In Hiding (In the words of a former teamate, Jack Clark is "the best-kept secret in the game". And that's just the way Clark would like to keep it), In Search Of Perfect Order (How can a pitching staff be greater than the sum of its parts? No mystery. It's all in the rotation), How I Lost 20 Games (Good stuff. Hard luck. The story of one man's season in hell), Pete Rose, Manager (Forget about Cobb and the record for a moment. Pete Rose says he's determined to be the winningest manager ever. And he's not kidding), A Beautiful Day For The NBA (June 18 is Patrick Ewing's coming-out party It's also one of the best drafts in years. Presents for everyone), Sleepers (You'll be hearing a lot more from the guys you've never heard of), The Worst Job In Sports (Imagine a team playing an out-of-season sport in a city that doesn't want it. But it has to stay where it is, and prosper. Now imagine you're in charge of the L.A. Express of the USFL), Interview: Frank Robinson (On managing. On aggravation. On lessons learned. On why he's ready for more) Departments - Fanfare, Sport Talk, General Admission, Sport Quiz, Finish Line
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November
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Contents - Trouble In Paradise (Marcus Allen of the L.A. Raiders is the most important man on football's most talked about team in America's most glamorous city. Sounds great, huh? So why has he been so unhappy?), Good Times, Bad Times (Some players land in the right place at the right time. And some don't), They're Leagues Apart (The World Series points up the difference between the American League and the National League. And it's more than a DH. If you look closely you'll see they're playing a whole different ballgame), The 1985-86 NHL Preview (Welcome to the new ice age. The National Hockey League has a new TV contract and a host of fresh faces. From Chicago to Buffalo, from Washington to Winnipeg, roving bands of youths are all chasing the Gretzkys - and catching up), A State Of War (Watch out. The rise of Oklahoma State has stirred up a college football rivalry that never was. It also has stirred up a lot of dirt), Conference Call (What if all the conferences were rrealigned to make for better rivalries? Here's what), The Next Great Heavyweight (What boxing's heavyweight wasteland needs is an angry young man who hits like a runaway truck and has Cus D'Amato in his corner. Somebody like Mike Tyson, the next great champ), Interview: Lawrence Taylor (He's well-versed in mayhem and massacre, disruption and destruction. And he has a few lighthearted thoughts on those subjects) Departments - Fanfare, Sport Talk, Sport Quiz, Finish Line
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December
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Contents - The NBA Preview (In the dawn of the age of Ewing, look for a spectacular sunset to the era of Jabbar, and an end to the Streak of No Repeat), Welcome To The NBA, Kid (The bad news is that Patrick Ewing is not the next Bill Russell, says the man who should know. The good news is that he is the first Patrick Ewing), College Basketball Top 20 (Point guards win championships. That is why Mark Price will make Georgia Tech No. 1, and why a Ewing-free Georgetown still will be right in the running), Rating The Conferences (Roll over, Big East. Once again, it's the year of the ACC), The Second Coming Of Steve Young (Two years ago the former BYU passing great got $40 million to save the USFL. It didn't quite work out. Now he's supposed to save the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. A lot of hard work for a most unlikely savior), The Master Of Disaster (Denver's Myrel Moore is a master mechanic who turns out victories by turning out great linebackers. But the way he does it isn't pretty), The Only Fun In Farm Country (The Iowa football team has brought to the cornfields what Washington, Wall Street and Willie Nelson couldn't: good news), The Great White Way (Few have changed Midwest America like Illinois' Mike White - the man who has sown big-time passing across the Big-10), Interview: Tony Dorsett (Guess how many times Dorsett and Tom Landry have exchanged more than a dozen words. Guess lower. Here is what Tony never told the coach), The Ultimate Fan (What is it like to watch a game from a luxury box? What does Al Davis inscribe on the Raiders' Super Bowl rings? Where does Marvin Hagler hide his money? Introducing our new section: a practical guide for the insatiable fan) Departments - Fanfare, Sport Talk, Sport Quiz, Finish Line
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