Nike ad may be self-serving, but end does justify means
Jackie: He had to be better than good
Teens hear siren of Nintendo better than the call of the wild outdoors
THE UMPIRE'S SONS How do you survive the death of a child? How do you go on knowing another child shares the same genetic disease? When you've traveled umpire John Hirschbeck's journey, being spit upon is just a footnote.
Williams lights Yanks' fire Center fielder heats up with homer, 3 RBIs to key resurgence
Wanted: more blacks on the ice Hockey: Sport would love to develop and showcase a black star, but it's having trouble attracting candidates.
FOUL TERRITORY The Bronz zoo is no place for a bird
OH, BROTHER!: Is it cold in the shadow of fame?
BUSTER OLNEY'S O's WEEK IN REVIEW
Bracing for life without 'Air' Competition: The company's 17-year-old patents on air soles will end in 1997.
Pirates could beat Orioles to Padres' wealth of talent
'Black Light': secrets, snipers
Picking 51st in thin draft, O's span globe for talent
Parents set table, now son steps up Todd Sweeris: The University of Maryland junior long has played table tennis in the shadow of his more famous parents. Now, with a berth on the U.S. Olympic team, he's establishing a reputation of his own.
Fila pitches its product to 'voters' Sportswear firm touts Murray for president, taking on Nike ads; 'Funnier than the original'; Company hopes copying Griffey spots will grab publicity
Grounding not in Seattle flight plan
Playoff setup whiffs with Johnson, too
Ball for the Ages
Ripken's post-game sessions postponed
UPS AND DOWNSRick Krivda * UP *...
Odds don't favor Orioles for wild card
Suddenly, O's have look of winner
All-stars, no stars - just let fans vote
It's in the (trading) cards for mayor's campaign
RIPKEN'S PITCH LIMIT
For One Night at the Diamond, It's 1946 Again
AL ALL-STAR BALLOTING American League
AFTER DISASTROUS '94, BASEBALL NEEDS RIPKEN FOR CREDIBILITY FOLLOW THAT STREAK
Major League Baseball FAILING ECONOMICS 101
Hickey finds no replacement for security
Likes of Bonds will do strike in
PROGRAM FOR PATIENTS IS A HIT
Yankees' Mattingly sets AL Gold Glove record for first basemen
Sandusky's hardly lonely after voting Auburn first
NBC quickly tees up golf following
Hey, Players: Do It for the Fans
NEW YORK Yankee pitcher Jimmy Key won...
Baseball as metaphor for America
Baseball strike denies owners their toys of summer
Others marvel, but Ripken just stands on his own feat Cal's 2,000 CAL RIPKEN 2,000 AND COUNTING
Work stoppage won't put an end to video games
Aug. 19 now looming as doom day
Romario-Baggio showcase is way Cup final should be
The Sun's national baseball writer, Peter Schmuck,...
Ripken in galaxy of own amid stars ALL-STAR GAME 1994
An open letter to commissioner: What division is Milwaukee in?
Homers at the heart of ballpark's appeal
With O's on course, next GM should come from within organization
'Little Big League' is pleasant if lightweight and predictable