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From ESPN The Magazine's debut issue.
Spree had one set of rules. P.J. had another. The clash was inevitable.
"I happened to be on the writing staff of ESPN The Magazine when the Sosa-McGwire duel was popping. Once, I happened upon a televised Cardinals-Cubs game and a bunch of writers and editors standing around it."
A "15-for-15 " selection.
In ESPN The Magazine's Sept. 21, 1998 issue, Donnell Alexander writes about how Alonzo Spellman became an early example of NFL players who live fast and lose it all.