Bonds' 37th HR ties record|
Barry Bonds hit his 37th home run of the season Tuesday night, a blast the umpires didn't immediately acknowledge, to tie the record for most homers before the All-Star break.
Bengals duo back to work|
Rookie WR Chad Johnson and veterna DE Jevon Langford back are in the full-time football fold.
Sports Headlines for Wednesday, June 20, 2001|
Griffey slips in All-Star voting
Ken Griffey Jr.'s chances of being voted to the NL All-Star team dropped this week.
Griffey pays respects to Ripken
Count Ken Griffey Jr. among the many admirers of Cal Ripken Jr., the legendary Baltimore third baseman who announced he will retire at the end of the season.
Bell blasted but happy after Rangers debut
ARLINGTON, Texas Rob Bell still hasn't won a game since last September, but the new Texas starter has plenty to be excited about.
Boone, players have 'manly' talks
Manager Bob Boone, who invited players to visit him for further details after he complained Monday about the Reds' pregame approach, said he indeed received some guests in his office.
Reds' rotation as young as they come
Chris Reitsma doesn't feel as though he's one of the veterans of the Reds' starting rotation. By comparison, he is.
Brewers' Sexson on HR streak
Two days at visitor-friendly Cinergy Field have fixed the Milwaukee Brewers' offense.
Ripken never took the game for granted
The long ride will end in Yankee Stadium, which could not be more perfect. That is where it ended for Lou Gehrig, too, who set the record no one could ever possibly break.
UK's Bogans will return for junior year
LEXINGTON, Ky. Dick Vitale says the return of Keith Bogans and Tayshaun Prince for the 2001-02 season gives the University of Kentucky its most potent basketball team since the Wildcats won national titles in 1996 and '98 and played for the national title in '97.
Women's Met champ excels at match play
Even playing badly, defending Women's Met champ Katie Rakel was too much for Linda Ratterman, her match-play opponent Tuesday.
Tuesday's results, today's pairings
Ducks' schedule heavily weighted in west
The Cincinnati Mighty Ducks play 66 of their 80 American Hockey League regular-season games against Western Conference opponents in 2001-2002.