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Pedro and Ramon
Pedro Martinez and older brother Ramon walk in the outfield during practice at Yankee Stadium.
(Globe Photo / Bill Greene)

BODY WATCH
Who is better looking: Derek Jeter or Nomar Garciaparra?
Jeter
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NL: Mets vs. Braves

Preview | Game log
  Mercker gets start
Kent Mercker starts the opener against Orlando "El Duque'' Hernandez and then Ramon Martinez starts against David Cone. Pedro will likely start Game 3 at Fenway against Roger Clemens.

Clemens ready for Fenway, Pedro OK
Clemens says he's not worried about getting too pumped up against the team with which he became a star. And the report on Pedro after Monday night's performance is that he feels fine.

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WILT CHAMBERLAIN DIES

Basketball Hall of Famer Wilt Chamberlain, shown here with longtime friend and rival Celtic Bill Russell, has died. He was 63. [ Obituary ]

Celtics remember Chamberlain
Two Celtic legends remembered longtime adversary Wilt Chamberlain as a "Gentle Giant'' whose graceful and powerful play built the stature of the entire NBA.

    Y2K glitch pegs cars as 'horseless carriages'
The Maine state government got its first Y2K surprise months early when owners of 2000 model cars and trucks received titles identifying their new vehicles as "horseless carriages."

D'Alessandro elected Hancock CEO
John Hancock president David D'Alessandro has been named chief executive officer of the financial services company starting on June 1, 2000, the board of directors announced Tuesday.

Columbine surveillance tapes aired on TV
CBS aired choppy snippets of videotape Tuesday that showed for the first time how chaos erupted in the Columbine High School cafeteria when two teen-age gunmen opened fire last spring.

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