In yesterday's editions, the number of sandwiches that Boog Powell's barbecue stand at Oriole Park sold per game was reported incorrectly. The correct number is 2,000.
+ The Sun regrets the errors.
Fact: Turns out Boog sold almost 1,000 sandwiches a game at the ballpark.
Opinion: The Phillies should lower ticket prices based solely on the fact that they protected Juan Bell.
Fact: The closest a home run came to hitting the warehouse was Mickey Tettleton's on April 20, missing by 26 feet.
Fact: Says Charles Barkley: "Only 30 percent of the teams in pro sports are committed to winning."
Opinion: Rick Sutcliffe's one-year deal shows there is some common sense in baseball's nutty economy.
Fact: Only in five ballparks were there more home runs hit than at Camden Yards last year.
Opinion: I'm leaning toward a non-RB/QB for my Heisman Trophy vote.
Fact: Dallas Mavs coach Richie Adubato on challenging the NBA record for fewest wins in a season (nine): "Sure I worry about whether we can get to 10."
Opinion: Any analysis of what's wrong with the Eagles should start with the absence of Pro Bowl selections Jerome Brown and Keith Jackson.
Fact: In depositions taken last December, Marge Schott said she keeps a swastika armband in a drawer at home.
Fact: Legendary meanie Rick Mahorn on Shaquille O'Neal: "If he got any meaner, there wouldn't be any league."
Opinion: Tom Gugliotta is way, way better than I ever thought he would be.
Fact: Michigan and Florida State are the only schools ranked in the top 10 in football and basketball.
Opinion: I'm one of those who has trouble giving an MVP award to a guy who played just 80 innings.
Fact: In the Phoenix Cardinals' media guide, a list of GM Larry Wilson's accomplishments includes, "He also instigated the Cardinals' change to red pants in 1990."
Opinion: Fined $1,000 for dousing Tim McCarver, Deion Sanders will make that much in roughly 30 seconds of a regular-season game.
Opinion: It can't be pretty to see "Round" John Williams at the end of his 27-minutes a game.
Fact: Reggie White on Brett Favre: "The best young quarterback I've seen."
Opinion: The 1993 baseball season will be uninterrupted by a lockout or strike, as was feared.
Fact: The Miami Hurricanes' current senior class has never lost a home game.
Opinion: Mel Hall's signing a Japanese contract is evidence that such second-tier free agents are terrified that no one will offer them anything.
Fact: Washington football coach Don James suggests paying players $2,000 to compete in a playoff tournament.
Opinion: The next black manager will be Dusty Baker in San Francisco.
Fact: Many Division I-A coaches, upset about the drafting of underclassmen, are refusing to supply NFL scouts with films.
Opinion: Baseball certainly gains credibility giving zillion-time drug loser Steve Howe yet another chance.
Fact: Only eight NBA head coaches did not play in the league (or ABA): Adubato, Chuck Daly, Bob Hill, Randy Pfund, Jimmy Rodgers, Ron Rothstein, Garry St. Jean, Jerry Tarkanian.
Opinion: Gary Clark and Art Monk aren't catching any passes other than those they should catch.
Fact: Frank Thomas led the majors in long ball with an average home run of 405 feet.
Opinion: Local college basketball rankings: Towson, UMBC, Coppin, Morgan, Loyola.
Fact: A wild West Coast rumor has Joe Montana going to the QB-hungry Raiders next year.
Opinion: The best five NBA players you never hear about: Kendall Gill, Derek Harper, Shawn Kemp, Nick Anderson, Billy Owens.
Fact: Attendance dropped for 18 of the 26 major-league baseball teams.
Opinion: Just a hunch, but it can't be much fun to appear in the NFL Injury Report with (neck) after your name.
Fact: In the third set of a match at the Virginia Slims Championship last week, Martina Navratilova put all 38 of her first serves in play.
Opinion: I was going to print the Marlins' probable rotation, but the editors deemed it unsuitable for family viewing.