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Sports Illustrated

March 11, 2019

Through emotional storytelling and award-winning photography, Sports Illustrated provides you with complete coverage of all your favorite sports, including the NFL, College Football, Baseball, College Basketball, the NBA and more.

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United States
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English
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Meredith Corporation
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now on si tv

Going WilderCAN YOU TELL me how to get … fly-fishing lessons from a former NFL coach and into a sports debate with Sesame Street characters? Tune in to the second season of The Wilder Project on SI.TV. In addition to her adventures with Jeff Fisher (above) and Oscar the Grouch (below), Charlotte Wilder will design novelty hot dogs with the Diamondbacks ’ chef, hang out with die-hard soccer fans in Atlanta and ride (a little too fast) in a Porsche with NFL players Austin Hooper, Keanu Neal and Marshall Newhouse.Back in the studio Wilder will be joined by guests who include the NFL Network’s Kay Adams, comedian Rachel Feinstein and broadcaster Soledad O’Brien. “It’s been such a blast traveling around the country with my producer, Jessica Smetana [who’s also her…

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reign check

THE BUZZIEST camps this spring house teams that didn’t even have winning records in 2018: the Phillies’ with Bryce Harper and the Padres’ with Manny Machado (page 36). Meanwhile, the World Series champs—their roster almost unchanged—are in Fort Myers, Fla., preparing to defend their title in what passes for obscurity. Team photographer Billie Weiss gave SI an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Camp Red Sox, where the scene may be sleepy, but the team shouldn’t be slept on.SPRING SCENESWorld Series MVP Steve Pearce worked on a different kind of strokeBetts and manager Alex Cora went to the wall.players worked on pulling their weightan intense game of casino entranced the clubhouseHall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski made a rare appearanceROLE MODELSA pair of MVPs—Betts (left) and second baseman Dustin Pedroia (center), the AL…

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inbox

THE HATE MAGNETTrevor Bauer’s five-year goal is to be “the most internationally recognizable baseball brand.” Unfortunately, the brand he is developing is as the most arrogant player in the game.Don LeonardBroomall, Pa.CRASH COURSEOver the years NASCAR has simply gotten too regulated and too pretty (SCORECARD). There’s nothing so wrong that fewer restrictor plates and more personalities like Junior Johnson, Fireball Roberts and Joe Weatherly couldn’t fix.Tom McAleveyTulsaI grew up in North Carolina watching the fathers of Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt Jr. on quarter-mile tracks on Friday nights. I was a fan of racing but never made it to a major NASCAR event until the Daytona 500 three years ago. The race was absolutely the most boring live event I have ever attended, and I had spotter headphones. The most…

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worth fighting for

AS A BASKETBALL player at Northern Colorado eyeing a future law career, Cody McDavis (right) was familiar with the NCAA’s labyrinthine rule book, which includes limits on the size of envelopes for letters to high schoolers and restrictions on student-athlete hosts buying keepsakes for visiting recruits. As a sexual-assault prevention advocate, what he could not believe was that there were no bylaws linking an athlete’s eligibility to a history of sexual- and gender-based violence. Allowing someone who has been found guilty of sexual assault to compete in the NCAA does not break any of its rules. This, McDavis decided, needed to change.If signatures on an online petition are to be believed, more than 214,000 people agree with him. McDavis, now a 25-year-old third-year law student at UCLA and a managing…

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busted coverage

SO, DID Patriots owner Robert Kraft knowingly procure the services of a ruthless ring of human traffickers, or not? If you’ve read much about his recent case, you’d think he most certainly had. (Kraft has pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor solicitation charges in Palm Beach [Fla.] County court.) NFL fans aren’t often asked to focus so intently on issues pertaining to immigrants in the sex industry, and, as in football, it can be hard to spot blown coverage without a little specialized education.Authorities have painted a vivid picture of desperate women practically chained to beds as a steady stream of men live out pornographic fantasies—an image out of step with what allegedly happened during Kraft’s session, as captured by hidden cameras. Police also cited the presence of condoms as…

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ted lindsay 1925–2019

THEY CALLED him Terrible Ted, and so terrible was he that NHL president Clarence Campbell declared his brief unretirement in 1964 a “black day for hockey.” Lindsay, just 5' 8", packed a huge wallop for the Red Wings in the 1940s and ’50s. Skating on the left wing of the Production Line with Sid Abel and Gordie Howe, he amassed four Stanley Cup wins, 11 All‑Star appearances and a reported 900 career stitches. Hence his other nickname: Scarface. “I hated everybody I played against, and they hated me,” he once said.But Lindsay was a gentleman off the ice. He skipped his 1966 Hall of Fame induction banquet, as women were barred and Lindsay believed he owed his success to his family. During his career he launched an early incarnation of the…

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