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Take a look back at some of the best moments from the My Wish series.August 22, 2013
Marion Bartoli's Wimbledon win serves up our No. 4 ranking this week. Our runner-up is the Reds' Homer Bailey, who threw MLB's last two no-hitters. Andy Murray, Great Britain's first men's Wimbledon champ in 77 years, tops our list.July 09, 2013
Sport Science looks at the nominees for the greatest game-changer of all time.December 19, 2012
Roger Federer's win at Wimbledon garners the No. 1 ranking and Serena Williams win on the grass court grabbed the No. 2 spot. Andrew McCutchen leads the National league in hitting and is our No. 4.July 10, 2012
The Texas Rangers Josh Hamilton hits it out of the park. Hamilton's 9 homers and 18 RBIs in a week, ensures his number one ranking. LeBron James is third with the NY Rangers Henrik Lundqvist fourth.May 15, 2012