Stock Watch: FAST-GLANCE WEEK IN REVIEW
April 11, 2005 | Dick's Stock Watch provides a fast-glance review of the past week in the world of sports, charting whose stock is up and whose is down ...
STOCK UP: Tiger back on top
Tiger Woods — Tiger won his fourth Masters, edging Chris DiMarco in a playoff. What an incredible shot by Tiger on 16, chipping in for par! Also a great putt to win it in sudden death. He also tied a Masters record with seven straight birdies at one point.
Denver Nuggets — The Nuggets have won seven straight games and are 21-2 in their last 23. George Karl has done an amazing job.
Baylor women's basketball — The Lady Bears knocked off three No. 1 seeds to win the NCAA championship. Kim Mulkey-Robertson did a remarkable job leading her team to the title.
University of Denver — The Pioneers won their second straight NCAA hockey championship over the weekend.
Roger Clemens — The Rocket moved into a tie with Steve Carlton for ninth on the all-time win list.
STOCK DOWN: Rocky road early for Mets
New York Mets — The Mets finally won a game on Sunday but sit at 1-5. It's a tough start for new manager Willie Randolph.
Barry Zito — The Oakland lefty is now 0-2 with an 11.57 ERA after being shelled by my Devil Rays on Saturday.
Ernie Els — The Big Easy, one of the favorites at the Masters, finished 47th at +10 overall.
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