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Sport World
April
1977
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The Sport World Scene, The Fan Screams, Its a Whole New Game for Walt Frazier, Why Johnny Bench is the Greatest Catcher of all Time, The Story Behind The Crisis That Faces Dave Cowens, Pro Basketball's Collegiate Scouting Report, Denis Potvin, Hockey's Newest Superstar - The Forces That Drive Him, Special Issue Who's Who In Pro Basketball Complete Records - Photos - Rundowns (Alvan Adams, Lucius Allen, Nate Archibald, Marvin Barnes, Rick Barry, Dave Bing, Ron Boone, Bill Bradley, Jim Brewer, Fred Brown, Quinn Buckner, Tom Burleson, Don Buse, Mack Calvin, Austin Carr, Fred Carter, Don Chaney, Phil Chenier, Jim Chones, Jim Cleamons, Doug Collins, Dave Cowens, Bob Dandridge, Adrian Dantley, Ernie DiGregorio, Leon Douglas, John Drew, Julius Erving, Walt Frazier, Gus Gerard, George Gervin, Artis Cilmore, Gail Goodrish, Leonard Gray, John Havlicek, Elvin Hayes, Spencer Haywood, Gar Heard, Lou Hudson, Kim Hughes, Dan Issel, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Phil Jackson, George Johnson, Mickey Johnson, Bobby Jones, Caldwell Jones, Larry Kanon, Billy Knight, Sam Lacey, Bob Lanier, Freddie Lewis, Bob Love, John Lucas, Maurice Lucas, Moses Malone, Pete Maravich, Scott May, Bob McAdoo, George McGinnis, Jim McMillian, Dave Meyers, Earl Monroe, Ottoe Moore, Calvin Murphy, Mike Newlin, Robert Parish, Billy Paultz, Curtis Perry, Geoff Petrie, Kevin Porter, Clifford Ray, Leonard Robinson, Curtis Rowe, Cazzie Russel, Charlie Scott, Lonnie Shelton, John Shumate, Jim Silas, Paul Silas, Ralph Simpson, Bobby Smith, Phil Smith, Randy Smith, Dick Snyder, Ricky Sobers, Brian Taylor, David Thompson, Nate Thurmond, R. Tomjanovich, D. Van Arsdale, T. Van Arsdale, Norm Van Lier, Bill Walton, Slick Watts, Scott Wedman, Paul Westphal, Jo Jo White, Sidney Wicks, John Williamson, Brian Winters
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Soccer Corner
September
1977
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Features - The View From the Goal (Shep Messing, the Cosmos' colorful and controversial goalkeeper, tells his own story.), Return of a Legend (After almost five years in retirement, England's Gordon Banks returns to action as a Fort Lauderdale Striker.), Custodians of the Sticks (Some random thoughts on goalkeepers and goalkeeping.) People - Profile: Alan Mayer (Quicksilver goalie in the Las Vegas nets.), Yashin (Crouched on the goalline like some black spider waiting its strike, Russia's Lev Yashin was perhaps the finest goalkeeper of his generation.), Canada's Odd Couple (Tony Chursky and Zeljko Bilecki are complete opposites, but as a goalkeeping pair they're unbeatable.), "Cinco Copas" Carbajal (The only man ever to play in five World Cups, Mexico's Antonio Carbajal is still a close follower of the game.), Arnold Mausser (Considered the best of all American goalkeepers, Mausser still is not sure why he was trated from Tampa Bay to Vancouver.)
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Basketball News 1978 Yearbook
1978
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Contents - Walton Has a Long Way to Go, Pistol's Goal: Still Off Target, Reed Wants 100%, Not 85%, Kennedy: A Man For My Time, NBA Coaches Doing Their Job, NBA Atlantic Division Preview, NBA Central Division Preview, NBA Midwest Division Preview, NBA Pacific Division Preview, NBA Regular-Season Statistics, NBA Playoff Statistics, Long Shadows Are Pursuing Raymonds And Cunningham, UCLA? No Longer A Dour Letter Word, Notre Dame Has Fighting Coach, College Previews - Men, College Schedules - Men, Regular Season Tournament, NBC TV Goes International, NCAA Division 1 Statistics, NCAA Division II Statistics, NCAA Division III Statistics, National Junior College Report, Delta State's Reign Is Shaky, College Previews - Women, Basketball News All America H.S. Squads, Puerto Rico League Is Tough, Armed Forces Captures AAU Title, U.S. Wins Wheelchair Gold
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Sport World
April
1978
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The Fans Scream, The Sport World Scene, Walton vs Cowen - The Matchup Thats Revolutionizing Basketball, Is Reggie Jackson Really A Yankee At Last?, Earl Monroe's Special Knick Challenge, Pro Basketball's Collegiate Scouting Report, "I Want To Be Remembered As More Than a Punch In The Mouth!"
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All-Star Sports
March
1980
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Sport Shorts, What Do They Want From Artis Gilmore?, "I Have to Beat Them With My Mind!" John Lucas Talks About His Special Warrior Role, Is Lloyd Free the Next James Bond 007?, How Hubie Brown is Turning His Fledgline Hawks Into The Team of the Future, Behind The Scenes of the Moses Malone-Jabbar Rivalry, "I Can't Play With a Hatchet Over My Head" Julius Erving, The Sonic Backcourt Duo - Gus Williams and Dennis Johnson - How Good Are They?, Can Bill Walton Lead The Clippers to the N.B.A. Title?, "The World Hasn't Seen The Real David Thompson!", Special 1980 Players Ratings of NBA Basketball Stars
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The Runner
August
1980
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Viren's Road to Moscow (Lasse Viren of Finland, four times Olympic gold medalist, will be running for more glory this summer.), Trials and Tributes (Little Tony Sandoval became the man of the hour, rather two hours, when he won the Olympic Marathon Trial i n great style.), California: The Western Front (It's loose and laid back, sometimes crazy, and always fixed on looking good. It;s running in California.), Moscow Gears Up For the Games (Boycott! What Boycott! The Soviets are all set, even if only the Bulgarians come.), The Truth About High Mileage (Bill Rodgers and friends ran over 100 miles a week, but does that mean you should do it.), Kim Merritt: The Long Way Back (A few years ago, she was the world's best woman marathoner. Today she's fighting injuries and is due to give birth.), Olympic Preview: Missing Persons (The boycott will have a profound effect on the competition in Moscow, but many great races are still in the offing.), Grete The Great (Norway's indomitable Grete Waitz set another world record at the L'eggs Mini-Marathon and another 4,000 women had a great time as well.)
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Skiing
December
1980
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Kids' Stuff - A Small Ski Lesson For Small Skiers (Illustreted tips for youngsters.), Junior Skis 1981 (Reports on 21 new models.), Boots 1981 (What to look for in children's boots and how to fit them.), Bindings 1981 (This year there are more models for kids than ever.), Skiwear '81: Lively Looks For Kids (Spirited and colorful junior fashions.) Holiday Special - Gifts For The Skier Who Has (Almost) Everything (Four pages of dazzling suggestions.) How To Ski Better - Skiing Tip For Citizen Racers (How to accelerate on the flats.), Mind Over Skis (How to start a skiing day.), Skiing Tip For Safety (Exercise care when jumping.), Keep Your Hands In Front of The Moguls (A skiing tip), The Pole Plant: Your Key to Better Turns (How to get better rhythm and timing.), Ski Frisbee (A skiing tip), How To Control Pressure On Your Skis (Third in a series on sharpening your skiing skills.), Unbuckle For Snaky Turns (A Skiing tip) Cross-Country - Smoothing It In The Sawtooths (A Leonard expedition makes touring seem like luxurious living.), X-C Gear With An Alpine Touch (The Telemark turn is helping to set new equipment trends.), X-C Skiwear '81: Going For Bold (Warm and bright fashion for the trails.), How To Teach Kids To Ski X-C (Make it fun and they'll want to learn.) Competition - How Annemarie Mosser Won Her Gold (A photo analysis of Austria's great polyvalent skier's Olympic downhill win.), The Perils of Pete Patterson (A profile of the US Ski Teams most successful downhiller.) Where To Ski - Update on Snowmass, Looking In On Indianhead, Steamboat Will Surprise You (With, for instance, some of the best glade skiing in Colorado.), A Smuggler In Ischgl (This Austrian resort has big-mountain skiing, a mountain-town flavor.), Journey To The Northeast Kingdom (Jay Peak and Burke Mountain, VT, offer a shallenging variety.
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Skiers World
January
1981
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Features - Is Beaver Creek the Last Resort? (With increasing government rregulations and escalating building costs, Beaver Creek may be the last destination resort built in the U.S. But what a way to bring in the last of a breed.), All Corners Covered (The basic Jeep has given way to a economical four4-wheel drive vehicle that put the fun back into winter driving.), Sled Tech (Tobaggans come in all shapes and sizes, and are designed for all purposes. For sheer fun, pull up a seat.), Dick Barrymore: King of the Hard-Core Ski Films (Some people will do just about anything to shoot the best possible ski film.), Cindy Nelson (Every summer of her career, CIndy wrestles with the same question. Should I go through it again next year.), Snow Castle (Andre Ulrich had a vision that involved transplanting a seashell to the Rockies. Not too far out, considering some of the other visions.), 10 Out-Of-The-Way Places Where There's Always Powder (While the powder at major resorts gets skiied out, some smaller resorts manage to keep their powder fluffy, deep and dry.), High-Level Cuisine (Three more notable restaurants above 5000 feet.), The Mountains Lured Coni Away From a Life on the Farm (If you can't keep 'em down on the farm after they've seen Paree, what can you do once they've been to the mountain.), New Year's Eve Comes in Better in the Grand Tetons (Forget the stuffy air and crowds at most New Years parties. Celebrate where the air is rare.), Clothing From the Top of the Hill (Top ski manufacturers strut their top-of-the-line clothing for 1981.), 10 Perfect Ways to Kill the Child (The cold outside doesn 't stand a chance against what's warming inside.), Murder at the Finish Line (What happened in the good old days when the female winner at a ski race was exposed as being less than a lady.), Aspen Incident (The second installment of the exciting novel that pits Joe Bird against the forces of evil.)
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Skier's World
Spring
1981
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Features - The Big Money Men Behind the Big Resorts (A close-up look at some major-league moguls - the men who control North America's ski areas.), Life on the Top (There's a lot more to working on the ski patrol than cutting to the front of the lift lines.), Lonny Vanatta (It's been a long haul, but Lonny has finally made it to the top of professional ski racing.), The Call of the Wild (It's true that a dog is man's best friend - especially in the middle of winter.), The Joys of Spring (An exciting photo essay that captures all the freewheeling fun of spring skiing.), The Greening of Skiing (If you thought skiing was only possible in snowy climes, you haven't heard about grass skiing.), A Complete Guide to the Best Cross-Country Skiing in Canada (Where to go, how to get there and what you'll find once you arrive.), Alicia Left Georgia for a Visit to Aspen and Forgot to Go Home (Our Spring Snow Star is a Southern Belle who fell in love with the Rocky Mountains.), The Ultimate Lift (It's not for the timid or the inexperienced skier - but ski-climbing can provide an unparalleled thrill for those willing to try it.), Snow Castle (The chairman of the board of a large Lake Tahoe ski area has a home that is just Heavenly.), Totally Fit: Spring Fitness All Year (At last - a way to keep yourself in prime condition when there's no snow on the ground.), High-Level Cuisine (Three more notable restaurants above 5000 feet.), Skiing the Biggest Mountain in the World (The island of Hawaii offers the best in surfing, swimming and - cross-country skiing.), A High-Country Hot System that Makes Roughing it Virtually Impossible (Now you can ski deep into the Colorado backcountry without the burden of winter camping gear.), Aspen Incident (The shocking conclusion to the mystery of the murder of Senator Blake Ross.)
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Sport World
June
1981
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1981 Baseball Guide - Why They're Out to Get Steve Garvey, The 1981 Yankee Question - Is One Clubhouse Big Enough for Dave Winfield and Reggie Jackson?, "You Can't Say, I Did It All!" Mike Schmidt Looks at the Future, Rating the Pitchers, "There's More to this Game than Hitting!" George Brett
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Bowling Digest
October
1983
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Features - Bowling Digest Interview: Mark Roth (The man who cashed un 51 consecutive tournaments says todays conditions are aimed against him.), The Well-Equipped Bowling Bag (It's time to consider what you want to carry - and why. And now's a good time to restock.), A 10-Point Check List to Begin League Play (Good preparation can be the difference between a smooth league season and a comedy of errors.), The Match I'll Never Forget (It was the Firestone Tournament of Champions in 1981, and it saved his career.), Bowling for Nichols and Dimes (Lorrie Kock Nichols is one of the best women bowlers, but her earnings are meager.), Don Carter: Bowling's All-Time Greatest Star (He's earned more money than anyone in bowling, as a pro and as an entrepreneur.), Paula Carter: Bowling's Wonder Woman (The blond bowler dared to be different, and her star faded, but now everything's wonderful.), Mike Lastowskl Lives a Dream (The high school history teacher doubled his salary winning the Master's tournament.), Aleta Rzepecki: One Step Closer to Her Goal (This young Detroiter again excelled in the 483-woman Queens tournament in Las Vegas.), Kenny Bayer Wins the High Roller (Cooly and calmly he turned his $1,000 entry into a nice little $210,000 jackpot.), Sam Zurich: The PBA's Mr. Nice Guy (Like other winners of the Steve Nagy award, he wants to prove nice guys can win.)
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Bowling Digest
December
1983
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Features - Bowling Digest Interview: Gil Sliker (The PBA's most successful non-champion sheds his losers image and says he loves being a winner.), Bowling in Manhattan: Celebrity Party Time (Movie stars and models come to the Bowlmore Lanes in Greenwich Village every Wednesday night when midnight bowling is 'in' for the new wave and nightclub crowd.), Milwaukee: Headquarters of Bowling (Ask everyone who lives there, and they'll tell you in their city the sport's for fun, for money, and for just about everyone.), Steve Martin: The Tennessee Twister (His unconventional style has brought on a series of injuries that has slowed down a promising career.), $250,000 Worth of 'Lucky' Strikes (When Scott Mouis got a break and advanced in the finals of the American Dream Classic, he knew the title would be his. And thanks to some luck, it was.), Don Johnson: Pro Bowler Turned Professor (His playing days are over, but the Hall of Famer remains colsely involved with the sport he dominated in the late 1970s.), Duckpin Bowling (The small-ball sport is gaining popularity, especially with youngsters and senior citizens. And what's more, the first perfect game is still waiting to be shot.)
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Baseball Research Journal
1984
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Stats Can Often Decieve, Dominican Real Fan, Talent Hotbed, Orioles Most Successful in Division Play, Pitchers with Ten Winning Seasons, Beaning of Chapman Recounted, Easter Captivated Buffalo Fans, Scout Expired as Protege Won, Bluegrass Band's Barnstorming Team, Figuring Probability Fluctuations, Baseball's "Babes", Is N.L. Really Better, Playing Managers, A Jung Man's Game, Total Plate Appearances, Jimmy Cooney, Heroes Like Fictional Roy Hobbs, 1877 Duel put Syracuse on the Map, 1947 Team Fielded Six Blacks, Overlooked Feats Documented, Pitching, Defense vs. Offense, Late Finishes Leave Fans ecstatic, 1888-89 World Tour, Only Pilot of 1939-40 Reds in Shrine, Broke Color Line in 1935, Cobb's Good Luck Charm, Sam Streeter, Torre Destroyed '64 Phils, Munson Taught Yankees' P.R. a Lesson, High School Teamates in Majors, Millers Top Minors in Odd Protests, Charlie Gould of Red Stockings, Research of Minors Yields Major Finds, Swap to Better, Poorer Team Best
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Baseball Digest
1986
Yearbook
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Features - Quality Major League Players? Look for Them in Right Field, Major League Preview for 1986 with Team-by-Team Analysis, How Major League Pitchers Rate in Special Categories, Most Valuable Player: Baseball's Most Controversial Award, These Were the Majors' Biggest Player Heists of Modern Times!. Earl Weaver: A New Challenge for an Old Master
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The Sporting News
1986 Baseball Yearbook
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Contents - Bret Saberhagen (He has the world at his feet), The Men In Blue (The pressurized world of umpires), In The Fast Lane (Cardinals McGee, Coleman can fly), N.L. Preview N.L. East - New York, St. Louis, Chicago, Philadelphia, Montreal, Pittsburgh N.L. West - Los Angeles, Cincinnati, San Diego, Atlanta, Houston, San Francisco N.L. Beat, A.L. vs. N.L. (The great debate rages on), A.L. Preview A.L. East - New York, Toronto, Detroit, Baltimore, Boston, Cleveland, Milwaukee A.L. West - Kansas City, California, Chicago, Oakland, Seattle, Minnesota, Texas A.L. Best, The Bronz Guillotine (Tankee managers come...and go), Oral Hershiser (Another artful Dodger), Mets On The Rise (Farm yields productive crop), Wade Boggs (Boston's hitting machine), In Rose's Shadow (Parker, Browning lift Reds), 1961 (A wild and crazy season), The Rookies (Some bright, young stars to watch), The Name Game (What price autographs), N.L. '85 Statistics, A.L. '85 Statistics, N.L. Schedule, A.L. Schedule
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Catalog and Price Guide of Baseball Cards
1987
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Table of Contents - Rare and Famous Cards, Topps - 1951 Red Backs, 1951 Blue Backs, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1974 Traded, 1975, 1976, 1976 Traded, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1981 Traded, 1982, 1982 Traded, 1983, 1983 Traded, 1984, 1984 Traded, 1985, 1985 Traded, 1986, 1986 Traded, Donruss 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1985 Traded, 1986, Fleer 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1984 Traded, 1985, 1985 Traded, 1986 Sportflics 1986, 1986 Decade Greats, McCory (Fleer) 1985 Superstars, 1986 Superstars, 1986 Sluggers vs, Pitchers, Walgreen (Fleer) 1986 League Leaders, Woolworth (Topps) 1986 Champion Superstars, Kay Bee (Topps) 1986 Young Superstars, Special Card Sets
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Major League Baseball Yearbook
1988
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Features - The MVP Wrangle (Was Trammell more deserving than Bell in the AL? And how about Smith over Dawson in the NL?), The Cy Young Awards (A repeat to Roger Clemens and a narrow win for Steve Bedrosian.), Super Talents - Eric Davis and Darryl Strawberry (Will they ever achieve true super-stardom? Who's better?), Analyzing the Winter Trades, The Homer Happy Majors and the 1987 HR Binge, The Rookies (Last year and 1988 as Youth is served.), Rating the Managers (Herzog, Martin, then who?) Special Articles - The Golden Spikes Award, Minor League Awards, 29th Topps Major League Rookie All-Star Team 1987 Statistics - National League Records, American League Records, American League Championship Series, National League Championship Series, World Series 1988 Previews
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Spring Training - Guide to the Grapefruit and Cactus Leagues
Spring
1989
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History of the Cactus League, 1989 Spring Training Schedule, Cactus and Grapefruit Juice, Player Trades and Transactions, Ty Cobb's Hitting Tips
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Sports Fans' Journal
Michigan

January
1990
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Quiz No. 40 (The Big Ten), George Eichorn ('Liniment League'), Jim Northrup (Warning track power), Larry Paladino (A fractured quiz), George Blahs (NBA Coach Success Recipe), Gregory Keiser (A's Awesome), Sonny Eliot (Sports Oddities), George Allen (Monday Night Football), Don Cherry (Probert Return), Ron Cameron (Varied Commentary), Don Canham (Oregon Grid Lottery), Dick Vitale (College Basketball), Howard Balzer (Tagliabue's Nightmare), Dave Diles (Spirit Rejuvenator), Bob Reynolds (Meaning of Sport), Joe Bowen (Carson's Strategy), Jimmy Carson (Clearing the air), Tom Lemming (Florida Blue Chippers), Mark Beltaire (Shaking Nerves), Ernie Harwell (Questions for Ernie), Chuck Klonke (Football Polls), Denny McClain (Letter to Lou Holtz), Dick Vitale (NBA Basketball), Jim Brumfield (Carson trade), Dr, Stuart Kirschenbaum (Afto-Hall;s Snubs), Dan Schlossberg (Collector's Prize), Irwin Cohen (Ebbets Revisited), Joe Sell *Photo Scrapbook), Lovelle Rivers (JC Cage Power), Duane Roose (Bo), Special Features (Joe Dumars Rise), Ray Lane (Q & A with New Pistons), Photo Nostalgia, Joe Sell (Photo Scrapbook), Photo Nostalgia, Full Groan Cartoon, Larry Paladino ('Great Debate'), Bob Feller (Hot Stove Banter), Bob Page (Seniors Baseball), Photo Nostalgia, Eli Zaret (Tigers' Plight), Fred Smith (No Room For Goose)
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Collectible Baseball Cards Magazine
March
1990
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Contents - Baseball's Future Heroes, Jim Abbott, Eric Anthony, Kevin Appler, Joey Belle, Andy Benes, Kevin Brown, Cris Carpenter, Scott Coolbaugh, Milt Cuyler, Jose DeJesus, Junior Felix, Joe Giradi, German Gonzalez, Tom Gordon, Goose Goozo, Ken Griffey Jr., Erik Hanson, Pete Harnisch, Charlie Hayes, Ken Hill, Gregg Jefferies, Chad Kreuter, Derek Lilliquist, Greg Litton, Kevin Maas, Kelly Mann, Carlos Martinez, Ramon Martinez, Ben McDonald, Hensley Meulens, Bob Milacki, Hal Morris, John Olerud, Joe Oliver, Gregg Olson, John Orton, Dean Palmer, Carlos Quintana, Rick Reed, Kevin Ritz, Kenny Rogers, Deion Sanders, Curt Schilling, Scott Scudder, Steve Searcy, Gary Sheffield, Dwight Smith, Sammy Sosa, Bill Spiers, Mike Stanton, Doug Strange, Greg Vaughn, Robin Ventura, Omar Vizquel, Jerome Walton, John Wetteland, Craig Worthington, Rick Wrona, Eric Yelding, Todd Zeile, Gregg Olson
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The Show
June
1990
Premiere Issue
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Features - June Draft Report / 1990 (Will Atlanta tab a shortstop with the first pick in the draft?, The Show asssesses this year's amateur talent and reviews past drafts. Plus Bruce Gardner's story of broken dreams and suicide, and the No. 1 pick that never made it.), The Stuff That Stars are Made Of (A Classic from the Saturday Evening Post, Connie Mack managed the Philadelphia Athletics for 50 years and along the way learned to know a great ballplayer when he saw one. The first of a special series.), Mighty Mites (An examination of baseball's little men reveals that dynamite often does come in small packages.), Family Affair (In the debate over genetics versus environment, the question remains: To what end is baseball prowess inherited within the family? And meet the Boones, on the way to becoming the first three-generation big league clan.), Around The Horn (Commissioner Fay Vincent says "hitting a baseball is the sublime physical act". Hitting gurus Walt Hriniak, Harry Walker, Dusty Baker and Billy Williams discuss the craft and its masters.), Leather (Forget about lights at Wrigley and cuspidors in the Skydome. The most significant development in the game is the baseball glove. An excerpt from The Fielders.) Profiles - Sandy Alderson: The A's New Breed GM (The antithesis of a "baseball man", Oakland's hip GM, Sandy Alderson, has built the strongest franchise in baseball - wearing sweatpants.), Dwight Evans: The Consummate Professional Ballplayer (Ted Williams, Jim Rice, Carl Yastrzemski. They all played their entire careers in Boston and never won a World Series. This season Red Sox lifer Dwight Evans enters his fourth decade in the organization, and though he shows few signs of wear, his ticker for a championship ring is winding down.), Calvin Griffith: Last of the Dinosaurs (In a tearful pregame ceremony in 1984, Calvin Griffith announced the sale of his Minnesota Twins and rode off into the Metrodome sunset on the back of a golf cart. His tracks were that of a dying breed.)
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Bigger, Faster Stronger
December 1990
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Ty Detmer, Poplar Bluff, John Godina, Walt Palmer, Tijuana Connection, Steroids: Untold Truth, David Henson, Kamy Kyle, Chris Zorich
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Major League Preview Baseball
1992
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Features - From The Dugout (Barry Bonds: Can he carry the Bucs or will he be traded.), Analyzing the Winter Player Market (A rundown on the Off Season Changes.), Was Cecil Fielder Robbed (When Cal Ripken, Jr. Won AL MVP (Ripken never played in a pressure game, Fielder hit 44 homers and had the Tigers in first place in late August.), Winning Baseball Awards isn't Easy (A report on winning the "contests".), 1992 Rookie Report (What to watch for in the rookie lineup.), Baseball: A Look Into the Future (Including an in-depth report on big T.V. $.), Williams, DiMaggio: 50 Years Later (Which was greater, hitting .406 or hitting in 56 straight games.) The Year's Top Awards - 1991 Baseball Awards Recap, Topps Baseball Achievement Awards, 1991 Rolaids Relief Awards, 1991 Golden Spikes Award 1991 Statistics - National League Official Records, American League Official Records, American League Championship Series, National League Championship Series, World Series 1992 Schedules - American League, Spring Training, National League
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Street & Smith's Baseball
March
1992
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Contents - Letters From the Editor, Letters, The Class of Baseball, All In The Cards, Short Story, Rookie Preview, Matters of Opinion, Sensational Sophs., Consistency in Baseball, A Pair of Aces, National League Preview, Hitters Targets, Gamers, Award Winners, Hall of Fame, The Impossible Dream Team, American League Preview, Championship Series, World Series Recap, Minor Leagues, Pitcher's Targets, Major League Rosters, 1991 Official Major League Averages, 1992 League Schedules
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Tuff Stuff
September
1994
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Cover Story - Mickey Mantle: Baseball's Reluctant Legend (The New York Yankee icon has spent his adult life in a pedestal, but all the while he's been trying to jump off.), A Look Back at Mickey Mantle (We serve up color reproductions of the great Yankee's Topps and Bowman player cards along with a list of various other issues.) Features - A Team to Remember: The 1971 Pittsburgh Pirates (In the debut of a new feature, we pay tribute to one of sports most memorable teams.), Catcher's on a High (After a decade of mediocrity, big-league catching is again reaching a legendary level, thanks to Mike Piazza, Darren Daulton and other great stars.), Well, Who Needs Joe DiMaggio Anyway? (Our writers boyhood idol was the legendary Dave Marshall. He recently met and interviewed the former journeyman outfielder.), The Champs: Houston Rockets & New York Rangers (A look at treding card values featuring the new NBA and NHL champions: the Houston Rockets and the New York Rangers.), Off to the Races (Our critics review new horse racing and auto racing cards.)
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Courtside
1994-95
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Features - Tipoff (You'll definitely need a scorecard.), Reg-Gie, Reg-Gie (The NBA's newest fave on life with stardom.), DC (Everyone agrees he's one of the league's top talents. But will he come to play.), The Man Who Would Be Red (Dr. Jack asks his friend Lenny Walkens a few questions about toppling Red Auerbach's record.), Courtside/Europe The Europeans Among Us (European players who will be playing in the NBA this season.), The Draft (A look at the new faces that will be visiting your local arena this season.), Division Notes (Quarterbacks, hardnoses, brothers and alums.)
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Major League Preview - Baseball's Best Rookies
1995
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Stormin' with Norman (If the new Collective Bargaining Agreeement has cost certainty and a cap there will be 32 Major League teams and prosperity by the year 2000. If not, the small market teams and the Minor Leagues below Double A could take a hit and disappear with a Major League setup of about 16 teams.), (Jordan Report: Despite a slow bat Michael Jordan will probably play a little bit with the White Sox.) Derek Jeter: 1994 Minor League Player of the Year (The Yankees future shortstop.), Minor League Classification All Stars, Tools of the Trade, Minor League Year in Review, Kansas City Royals Best Farm System by far in 1994 (Royals teams won 408, lost 285 and the Wilmington Blue Rocks, Carolina League champs were voted the top Minor League team.), 1994 Topps Baseball Achievements Awards, Raul Mondesi: 1994 N.L. Rookie of the Year, 1994 Rookie Report, National League 1995 Team by Team Prospect Analysis, 1994 Golden Spikes Award: Jason Varitek, American League 1995 Team by Team Prospect Analysis, Bob Hamalin, 1994 A.L. Rookie of the Year, Complete Minor League Recap (Standings, Top Batter, Pitching.), Baseball Writers Association of America Previous Years Rookie Awards, 1994 Major League Free Agents
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Sports Collectors Digest Sports Card Price Guide
July
1995
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Features - 1984 (Collector's remember 1984 - and especially the '84 Donruss set - as the start of the card boom.), Topps Debuts (Topps is introducing two unique card lines to the hobby: Dimension III and Bazooka Baseball.), Cal Ripken Jr. (With Lou Gehrig's record within reach, collectors are searching for Cal's top cards.), Top 10 Rookies (Led by Ruben Rivera and Charles Johnson, this year's rookie class is an imprressive one.) Departments - What's New (It's time to get E-Motional about all of the new basketball card releases.), Baseball Commentary, Price Guide (Baseball is back and so are baseball cards, with sales starting to pick up.), Football Commentary, Price Guide (Take a step back and check out last year's sets for good investments.), Basketball Commentary, Price Guide (Look to pre-1990 cards of stars like Rodman and Strickland for good values.), Hockey Commentary, Price Guide (Look for the stars in the Stanley Cup playoffs as top investments now.)
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1997-1998 NBA Basketball

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Features - Around the NBA (Best of times, a worst of times; A look back, a look ahead.), Grant Hill: Air Apparent (He's more than the next Jordan, he's a force unto himself.), The Free-Throw Foul Up (Can't anybody herre play this game?), Tim Duncan: Get Lucky, Get Good (A rookie phenom who will change the game big time.), The Best in the Biz (Hit the hoops with the players and coaches who are truly the kings of the game.), NBA Fantasy Guide (Start your own fantasy league the fast, easy Preview Sports way. There, that wasn't so hard, was it.), The Courtside Show (The hottest cheerleaders on earth.)
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Athlon Sports
Baseball

1999
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Short Hops (It was a season like no other. We celebrate the wild, the unusual, even the surreal, courtesy of Baseball 1998.), Baseball: 10 Reasons Why It's America's Pastime Again (Baseball made an emphatic comeback in 1998. There are many reasons why, but we narrowed the list down to 10.), One on One (Pitcher vs. hitter. Those tense confrontations in crucial situations are what defines baseball. We look at some classic one-on-one battles from the 1998 postseason.), Thou Shalt Not Steal (The 1980s brought us the "Rickey Rally"; a walk, two steals, a sacrifice fly and a run scores. Those creative, speed-based offensive attacks have given way to a 90's power surge built around the three-run homer. Whatever happened to the stolen base?), On Deck in 1999 (Can 1999 possibly top 1998? Anytime people like Albert Belle, Roger Clemens and Rupert Murdoch are involved, we know one thing: it won't be dull.), NL Predictions, AL Predictions, Schedules, Prospects
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Official Major League Baseball - National League Championship Series Program
Florida Marlins vs. Chicago Cubs
2003
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Contents - Welcome, Major League Baseball Executives, On The Air, Swinging The Mighty Mo (Come October, a change in momentum can make all the difference between a World Series ticket and a trip home.), MDP (Players, managers and coaches select this year's Most Dominant Player.), Roger...And Out (A power-pitching career destined for Cooperstown has sent the Yankee's Roger Clemens rocketing into history.), Your Move (The chess match has begun long before Chipper Jones steps up to the plate against Matt Morris. And as this at-bat unfolds, the winner will be determined by a combination of out-thinking, out-guessing,,,and a touch of luck.), Better Than The Real Thing (Recognizing the most colorful characters ever created in baseball fiction.), Baseball Lit (Those diamond classics could keep any fan warm during the long, cold months.), Where Have You Been? (Watching players thrive can be even more fun when you don't see them coming.), Gamers (They make a living playing games. So what do they do in their down time? Play some more.), Official Scorrecard Section (Learn how to keep score and follow the action.), 2003 LCS Participants (Photo and regular-season statistics for this year's participants.), Heck of a Year (Images from 2003, a year that saw records fall, milestones reached and some exciting new players arrive on the scene.), Role Reversal (Normally on the receiving end of high praise, many of the entertainment industry's biggest stars choose to place ballplayers on a pedestal.), Man In The Middle (His existence is not a glamorous one, but the set-up man often finds himself in the thick of the game's most critical situations.), The Batter's Eye (What if you could slow down a pitch with your eyes in order to time your swing just right. One innovative optometrist is helping batters do just that.), Catching On (Puerto Rico has become a factory for All-Star catchers - and the rest of the world is taking notice.), The Century Mark (For 100 years, baseball's World Series has given fans the greatest grand finale on earth.), Year By Year (A complete list of League Championship series results, along with team and individual records.), Last Licks: A True Test (The LCS seperates great regular season teams from cities that can win in October.)
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NBA Street Vol. 2
2003
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Prima's Official Strategy Guide - Welcome to NBA Street Vol. 2, Controls, Game Modes, Create Baller, Offensive Strategies, Defensive Stretegies, Teams (Atlanta to Washington), Legends, Secrets
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Fantasy Football Index
2006
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T.O. - Tuna Soap Opera Overshadows QB Moves (Terrell Owens grabbed headlines b finding a team willing to take on his attitude at his price. But equally interesting fantasy news will play out for teams adding new quarterbacks.), Sleepers Who Can Carry Your Team - and Overrated Players Who May Bring You Down (We like Sleeper of the Year Nate Burleson and 32 other players picked in the same rounds of fantasy drafts, and 32 under-achievers. We list 12 running backs to watch - and their 10 evil twins.), We Believe The Hype (The comparisons to Barry Sanders are fair. We expect Reggie Bush to star even if Deuce McAllister retuens to the Saints at full strength. Our fantasy take on all the marquee rookies.), Fantasy Football Index Mock Draft Results (When is lust for a star running back outweighed by the realization that better players are available? The experts explain their actions in our mock draft.), Fantasy Football Index Mock Auction (Our panelists could buy any player they wanted. See exactly how badly they wanted Larry Johnson and learn where the other players fall in the pecking order.
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