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June 30, 2003 | Volume 98, Issue 26

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Bo Jackson Cover - Sports Illustrated June 30, 2003

June 30, 2003 | Tom Verducci
STAR SYSTEM

June 30, 2003 | Tom Verducci
What Oakland pitcher Tim Hudson takes on every trip:

June 30, 2003 | Stephen Cannella
Growing up in a poor area outside Toronto didn't stop Anthony Stewart from becoming a first-round draft pick

June 30, 2003 | Pierre McGuire
Don't be surprised to see Bruins goalie Jeff Hackett, who becomes an unrestricted free agent on July I, sign with the Flyers. Last month Philadelphia traded its No. 1 netminder, Roman Cechmanek,...

June 30, 2003 | Rick Reilly
Hung out with Ted Williams the other day. Pretty cool.

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Sharp SpurIt was exciting to see the San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan grace the cover of the June 9 issue. His commitment to education sets a wonderful example for those still in high school and...

June 30, 2003
LETTERS•Please e-mail us at letters@si.timeinc.com or fax us at 212-467-4049. Letters should include the writer's full name, address and home telephone number and may be edited for clarity and space.

June 30, 2003 | Steve Rushin
When Jose Canseco welcomed me into his South Florida home one day in mid-June, the only 'roids he had to fear were hemorrhoids. He was rooted to his sofa, under house arrest, in a kind of...

June 30, 2003 | Daniel G. Habib
A best-seller made A's G.M. Billy Beane look like a genius. Will it also make him a pariah?

June 30, 2003 | S.L. Price
Hewitt's early exit goes unmourned

June 30, 2003 | S.L. Price
1Cities that have had both the Super Bowl and the Arena Bowl champions in the same year, after the Tampa Bay Storm beat the Arizona Rattlers 43-29 on Sunday.

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InjuredWhen he crashed on his week-old motorcycle in a residential Chicago neighborhood last Thursday evening, Bulls guard Jay Williams. Official details of the accident and his injuries have not...

June 30, 2003 | Michael Farber
Died

June 30, 2003 | Mark Bechtel
After Jackie Robinson, Doby blazed a trail of his own

June 30, 2003 | Richard Deitsch
The 40-year-old ESPN tennis analyst, and five-time Wimbledon doubles champ, wed the 63-year-old onetime James Bond (On Her Majesty's Secret Service) last year.

June 30, 2003 | Bill Scheft
Good to be here. Just finished a new book about Wizards: Harry Potter and the Vanishing Season-Ticket Base.

June 30, 2003
SUNDAY 6/29SPEED 7:30 AMFormula One European Grand Prix at NürburgringOn his native soil, Germany's Michael Schumacher goes for his fifth win in nine races.

June 30, 2003 | John O'Keefe
Making Waves, Lone Malone

June 30, 2003
Here's a sign that Derek Jeter and Mariah Carey are still on pretty good terms five years after their public breakup: The diva donated a pair of her cutoff denim shorts to an auction benefiting...

June 30, 2003
"The Perfect Game: America Looks at Baseball," a collection of about 100 works describing the length and depth of the nation's love for the sport, has opened at the American Folk Art Museum in New...

June 30, 2003
Women in Japan have been styling their pubic hair after David Beckham's Mohawk.

June 30, 2003
JEFF BAGWELLAstros first baseman on a power slump in which he has gone without a home run in 35 games: "I'm Ichiro without speed and without the batting average."

June 30, 2003
Jerrika Chapple, LANCASTER, TEXASTrack and FieldJerrika, a recent graduate of Lancaster High, won four consecutive championships in both the 400 meters and the 4 x 400 relay at the University...

June 30, 2003 | David Sabino
Lawn Work

June 30, 2003 | Daniel G. Habib
Cardinals slugger ALBERT PUJOLS has emerged as the game's top offensive threat and launched an early bid for the first Triple Crown in 36 years

June 30, 2003 | Franz Lidz
Vitali Klitschko outslugged Lennox Lewis, but a bloody gash halted his title challenge

June 30, 2003 | Chris Ballard
High-styling, high-fiving Florida rookie Dontrelle Willis has everybody, even the famously indifferent Marlins fans, talking about his historic start

June 30, 2003 | L. Jon Wertheim
ANDY RODDICK serves rockets, and he's not the only man capable of breaking 150 mph. But is a big delivery enough to win Wimbledon?

June 30, 2003 | Luis Fernando Llosa
Long after Fernandomania swept the nation, Mexico's greatest béisbol export still has the game in his blood—and his bloodlines. Are you ready for Fernandito?

June 30, 2003 | E.M. Swift
Nancy gets whacked. Tonya pleads innocence. Oksana beats them both to win the gold. You couldn't make this stuff up

June 30, 2003 | Alexander Wolff
The Hall of Fame forward has been reborn as an educational evangelist, preaching his radical gospel of memorizing through visualization

June 30, 2003
As third baseman Graig Nettles points out in The Bronx Zoo, reliever Sparky Lyle's memoir of the 1978 Yankees, some little boys dream about running away to join the circus, others fantasize about...

June 30, 2003 | Mark Bechtel
The Bronx Zoo's quirkiest character remains a kid at heart, sharing his wisdom with youngsters in his native Miami

June 30, 2003 | Rick Telander
The über-athlete who gave two sports his best shot now takes dead aim at the good life

June 30, 2003
For a classic SI covers gallery featuring Fernando Valenzuela, Nancy Kerrigan, Bo Jackson, Chuck Wepner, Ron Blomberg and others, go to si.com.

June 30, 2003
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June 30, 2003 | Steve Rushin
Why did baseball's buxom Kissing Bandit retire her act four years ago? Hard to say, because now she's revealing nothing

June 30, 2003 | Michael Farber
Nearly three decades after he went 15 rounds against the Greatest and inspired a movie, the Bayonne Bleeder is still living the good life in his hardscrabble hometown

June 30, 2003 | Melissa Segura
You don't need to be Yao Ming to make your mark in the sports world. We caught up with six former athletes who, though small in stature, measured up in the eyes of history

June 30, 2003
U.S. TEAM TRIALSWRESTLING

June 30, 2003 | Pete McEntegart
He became a legend throughout baseball by throwing the fastest fastball ever—and rarely getting it over the plate. Then he flamed out, on and off the field

June 30, 2003 | Compiled by Lars Anderson, Trisha Blackmar, Jessica Garrison, Bryan Graham, Pete McEntegart, Mary Pinkham, Erika Sauerwein and Kevin Tran
Checking in with a pair of footballers, the original DHs and a slew of college hoops hotshots, and paying our final respects

June 30, 2003 | Compiled by Lars Anderson, Trisha Blackmar, Jessica Garrison, Bryan Graham, Pete McEntegart, Mary Pinkham, Erika Sauerwein and Kevin Tran
Banks isn't the only former athlete involved in the fashion or clothing-sales business. Here are some others.

June 30, 2003 | Compiled by Lars Anderson, Trisha Blackmar, Jessica Garrison, Bryan Graham, Pete McEntegart, Mary Pinkham, Erika Sauerwein and Kevin Tran
A roundup of the inaugural designated hitters for the American League's other II teams.Mike Andrews, White Sox, Chairman of the Jimmy Fund charity, BostonGates Brown, Tigers, Retired from M&M...

June 30, 2003 | Compiled by Lars Anderson, Trisha Blackmar, Jessica Garrison, Bryan Graham, Pete McEntegart, Mary Pinkham, Erika Sauerwein and Kevin Tran
Here's a sampling of the postcollegiate careers of other long-forgotten NCAA basketball scoring leaders.

June 30, 2003 | Compiled by Lars Anderson, Trisha Blackmar, Jessica Garrison, Bryan Graham, Pete McEntegart, Mary Pinkham, Erika Sauerwein and Kevin Tran
We searched far and wide to find the resting places of some of spoils' most famous names and discovered a range of styles, from the elegantly simple to the grandiose. Of course, all things...

June 30, 2003
Baseball

June 30, 2003 | Daniel G. Habib
Wild RiceThe Owls beat Stanford to win their first national title in any sport

June 30, 2003 | Daniel G. Habib
Victor Martinez