Randy Johnson and Chuck Finley pose for photos after the no-hitter against the Japan All-Stars.

Major leaguers close out with no-hitter

The no-hit parade marched out of the 1990 season in grand fashion.

Nike's disciples pack arena's pews

It was at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics when a Japanese journalist asked Michael Jordan how it feels to be God.

Hoop-groupies gaze at the stars

There they sat like a couple of good-time Charlies sharing a few yuks with some close friends. Just a bunch of locker room banter between buddies with the pop of 10,000 camera flashes illuminating their famous bald domes.

Korea has left its mark on U.S. servicemembers, past and present

The graying U.S. veterans and young uniformed U.S. soldiers who gathered here Sunday didn’t know each other, but they met having shared at least one experience: All have given part of their lives for Korea.

A taste of home for USFJ GIs

This Bud's for you, U.S. Forces Japan. That was the message the St. Louis Cardinals and Anheuser-Busch brought on their goodwill baseball mission to Tokyo on Tuesday.

Officials put Douglas' stunning KO of Tyson in limbo

James "Buster" Douglas dropped twilight at noon on world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson Sunday, only to have his 10th-round knockout victory declared invalid because of what boxing officials called a referee's mistake while Douglas was down in the eighth.

Japan Bowl scores big with crowd

The Marines had landed, along with more than 29,000 screaming, yellow-and-white streamer-waving Japanese and American fans, on Monday to take in the annual East vs. West college All-Star football matchup in the 1989 Ricoh-Japan Bowl.


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