Dick's Stock Watch identifies whose stock is up and whose is down over the past week across the world of sports.
STOCK UP: Football Hall of Famers, Hentgen, Harvick, Beck
Pro Football Hall of Famers -- The entrants into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, led by running back Marcus Allen and coach Hank Stram, were inducted Sunday into Canton. It's great to see people honored while they are still alive so their friends and family can enjoy it.
Pat Hentgen -- Baltimore Orioles starter Pat Hentgen has been hot, going 3-0 with a 2.63 ERA in his past four starts, including a win over Boston on Friday.
Kevin Harvick -- NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick won the Brickyard 400 in impressive fashion.
Rod Beck -- A former reliever for the Boston Red Sox, Rod Beck has 15 saves for the San Diego Padres. What an amazing comeback after working his way up again from the minors.
STOCK DOWN: Angels, Garcia, Tyson
Anaheim Angels -- The Angels, held to one run over their past two games, are 4-14 since the All-Star break. Looks like we will have a new World Series champion this season.
Freddy Garcia -- If the Seattle Mariners are going to make a run at the World Series, Freddy Garcia must pitch better. Garcia has lost his past five decisions. He gave up seven earned runs and seven hits in 1-2/3 innings vs the White Sox on Friday.
Mike Tyson -- Despite making more than $300 million in the fight game, Mike Tyson filed for bankruptcy. When will that guy ever learn?