GOLF PLUS
THE GET-WELL OPEN
Luke Donald regained his No. 1 ranking with a victory at the Transitions Championship, while a quartet of fortysomething major winners tried to rediscover the magic
TALKED OUT
Just when I thought I had finally figured out radio, my bosses abruptly canceled my show
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EDITOR'S LETTER
2012 NCAA TOURNAMENT SWEET SIXTEEN
LOOK WHO'S BACK
Coming off three straight 20-loss seasons for the first time in school history, Indiana returns to the Sweet 16
CHALK IT UP
Facing the possibility of being knocked out by another unheralded tourney foe, Kansas responded down the stretch and now has dead aim on New Orleans
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ALBERT'S SECOND ACT
AFTER THE GREATEST 11-YEAR OPENING A HITTER HAS EVER HAD, ALBERT PUJOLS IS STARTING OVER WITH THE ANGELS. HOW CAN HIS NEXT DECADE POSSIBLY MATCH UP WITH THE LAST? IT ALL STARTS WITH A DAILY SEARCH FOR THE PERFECT SWING
SWING THEORY
The new postseason setup, sleeper teams, future free agents and ballpark birthdays: everything you need to know for 2012—starting with a change in the balance of power
AL EAST
What makes the game's fiercest division even fiercer? Try a fourth team capable of winning 90. The Yankees and the Rays are the teams to beat, but the Jays are back in the picture
AL CENTRAL
The Tigers already had a stranglehold on their weakened division—and then they added Prince Fielder. While Detroit plans for October, the rest of the Central races for second
AL WEST
The Angels and the Rangers, flush with TV cash and talent, are the AL's new power brokers. With apologies to the I-95 corridor, they are the game's most fascinating rivals
NL EAST
The Phillies will win their sixth straight division crown, but the revolution is coming: The Marlins and the Nationals are primed for an insurgency in the East
NL CENTRAL
The worst division in baseball was further weakened by the loss of two of the game's biggest stars, which has opened the door for the well-rounded, pitching-fortified Reds
NL WEST
Five teams, four elite players: The division is home to the league's best catcher, rightfielder, centerfielder and shortstop. One of them will carry the Giants to the top
SULLY AND THE MICK
RED SOX PITCHER FRANK SULLIVAN DELIVERED THE WITTIEST OF ALL LAMENTS ABOUT THE PERILS OF PITCHING TO MICKEY MANTLE. HE GAVE UP ENOUGH HOME RUNS TO KNOW
POINT AFTER
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