• The Baseball Maniac's Almanac
    The Absolutely, Positively, and Without Question Greatest Book of Facts, Figures, and Astonishing Lists Ever Compiled

    (Sports Publishing)
    An addictive read that is sure to spark conversation wherever baseball is spoken, this updated edition of The Baseball Maniac’s Almanac is part reference, part trivia, part brain teaser, and absolutely the most unusual and thorough compendium of baseball stats and facts ever assembled—all verified for... [READ MORE]
  • Being Ted Williams
    Growing Up with a Baseball Idol

    (Sports Publishing)
    August 30, 2018 marks the 100th birthday of the former Boston Red Sox outfielder and baseball legend. In Being Ted Williams, esteemed sportscaster Dick Enberg offers a series of personal anecdotes that loosely follow Ted's life from his childhood in San Diego, to his fun teenage years playing in the... [READ MORE]
  • Boise State of Mind
    The Emergence of College Football’s Grittiest Underdog

    (Sports Publishing)
    After decades of under-the-radar success, the Boise State Broncos became a household name during the 2006-07 NCAA football season. That was when the 12–0 Broncos were set to face the 11–2 Oklahoma Sooners in the Fiesta Bowl. A David vs. Goliath event, everyone expected the Sooners, who played in the... [READ MORE]
  • The Boston Celtics
    Larry Bird, Bob Cousy, Red Auerbach, and Other Legends Recall Great Moments in Celtics History

    (Sports Publishing)
    Since the team’s inception in 1946, the Boston Celtics have been at the heart of the culture and history of the city they call home. And as Boston has transformed over the years, the Celtics too have evolved to reflect and embrace the changing times. In a book like no other, veteran writer and lifelong... [READ MORE]
  • The Cloudbuster Nine
    The Untold Story of Ted Williams and the Baseball Team That Helped Win World War II

    (Sports Publishing)
    In 1943, while the New York Yankees and St. Louis Cardinals were winning pennants and meeting in that year's World Series, one of the nation's strongest baseball teams practiced on a skinned-out college field in the heart of North Carolina. Ted Williams, Johnny Pesky, and Johnny Sain were among a cadre... [READ MORE]
  • Countdown to Super Bowl
    How Joe Namath, Weeb Ewbank, and the 1968 New York Jets Won it All

    (Sports Publishing)
    Countdown to Super Bowl tells the whole story of the game of the century, written by the man who followed every movement of the Jets from the first kick-off of the season, who lived, breathed, and agonized with them for the ten nerve-tingling days before the Colts went down to defeat in the Super Bowl.... [READ MORE]
  • Don Shula
    A Biography of the Winningest Coach in NFL History

    (Sports Publishing)
    In Don Shula: A Biography of the Winningest Coach in NFL History, acclaimed sports historian Carlo DeVito captures the story of one of the greatest coaches in sports history. First distinguishing himself as a player with the Cleveland Browns (under the great Paul Brown), Baltimore Colts, and Washington... [READ MORE]
  • Game of My Life Philadelphia Eagles
    Memorable Stories of Eagles Football

    (Sports Publishing)
    In the newly updated Game of My Life Philadelphia Eagles, several legendary Eagles players share their fondest memories as each one recalls the game that sticks out the most from his Eagles career. The games they choose may very well be the one with which you most associate them—a championship game,... [READ MORE]
  • High School Football in California
    Amazing Stories on the Gridiron from San Diego to the Golden Gate and Everywhere In Between

    (Sports Publishing)
    From the best players to the best coaches and some of the most legendary schools and teams in US history, California high school football has it all. High School Football in California takes an inside look at the state's greatness in the sport, from the best players when they were in high school to those... [READ MORE]
  • High School Football in Texas
    Amazing Football Stories From the Greatest Players of Texas

    (Sports Publishing)
    From the best players to the best coaches and some of the most legendary schools and teams in US history, Texas high school football has it all. In the state that made “Friday Night Lights” famous, High School Football in Texas takes an inside look at the state’s greatness in the sport, from the best... [READ MORE]
  • I Was There!
    Joe Buck, Bob Costas, Jim Nantz, and Others Relive the Most Exciting Sporting Events of Their Lives

    (Sports Publishing)
    Take a trip through sports history through the eyes of those covering the biggest events of all time. In I Was There! seventy of the biggest names in sports broadcasting and journalism share their personal experiences at the top five sports moments they each saw in person. From cultural phenomena like... [READ MORE]
  • Incredible Baseball Trivia
    More Than 200 Hardball Questions for the Thinking Fan

    (Sports Publishing)
    Match wits with the father of baseball trivia, David Nemec, a ten-time national champion as he presents more than 200 baseball stumpers that are artfully designed to test the depth of the reader’s knowledge about the game since 1871 including: • Who is the most recent major leaguer to compile 100 or... [READ MORE]
  • Jail Blazers
    How ’Sheed, Bonzi, JR, and the Portland Trail Blazers Became the Bad Boys of Basketball

    (Sports Publishing)
    In the late ’90s and early 2000s, the Portland Trail Blazers were one of the hottest teams in the NBA. For almost a decade, they won 60 percent of their games while making it to the Western Conference Finals twice. However, what they were able to accomplish on the court is less remarkable than what they... [READ MORE]
  • Jim Boeheim and Syracuse Basketball
    In the Zone

    (Sports Publishing)
    For more than forty seasons, Jim Boeheim has been one of college basketball’s most successful and compelling figures with the second-most victories of all time behind only Mike Krzyzewski. The Hall of Fame coach has led the Syracuse Orange to five Final Fours, including a memorable national championship... [READ MORE]
  • Miracle Moments in Alabama Crimson Tide Football History
    The Turning Points, the Memorable Games, the Incredible Records

    (Sports Publishing)
    Alabama’s Crimson Tide has been the most dominant college football team in America for the past decade, winning five national championships and six conference titles. The team, under coach Nick Saban, has won an astounding 90 percent of its games since 2008, and established a dynasty unparalleled in... [READ MORE]
  • Miracle Moments in Michigan Wolverines Football History
    The Turning Points, the Memorable Games, the Incredible Records

    (Sports Publishing)
    With the most victories and highest winning percentage in college football history, the University of Michigan Wolverines have a long and storied history. They have won forty-two Big Ten championships, eleven national titles, and twenty-one bowl games. These accomplishments and more are celebrated in... [READ MORE]
  • Miracle Moments in New York Mets History
    The Turning Points, the Memorable Games, the Incredible Records

    (Sports Publishing)
    In 1969, the New York Mets took on a nickname that was certainly fitting for that season—the "Miracle Mets." Nevertheless, even beyond 1969, there have been numerous moments in the history of the Mets that have proven miraculous, from the pitcher's mound to the batter's box and from the regular season... [READ MORE]
  • Miracle Moments in Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football History
    The Turning Points, the Memorable Games, the Incredible Records

    (Sports Publishing)
    The Notre Dame Fighting Irish is one of the most celebrated teams in college football. It has the second-most victories of all time, eleven national titles, featured seven Heisman Trophy recipients including Paul Hornung and Tim Brown, and won eighteen bowl games. Its storied tradition is celebrated... [READ MORE]
  • Miracle Moments in USC Football History
    The Turning Points, the Memorable Games, the Incredible Records

    (Sports Publishing)
    The USC Trojans football program has been one of the winningest and most recognizable college football teams to ever play the sport. There have been numerous moments in the history of the Trojans that have proven miraculous, from recruiting day to the gridiron and from the regular season to bowl games.... [READ MORE]
  • My Kids Play Hockey
    Essential Advice for Every Hockey Parent

    (Sports Publishing)
    For the past several years veteran hockey mom Christie Casciano's monthly Hockey Mom columns have been required reading for the half million readers of USA Hockey Magazine. Drawing on her twenty years in the youth hockey trenches, she brings a wit and wisdom that comes with spending countless hours in... [READ MORE]
  • An October to Remember 1968
    The Tigers-Cardinals World Series as Told by the Men Who Played in It

    (Sports Publishing)
    An October to Remember 1968: The Tigers-Cardinals World Series as Told by the Men Who Played in It recalls one of baseball's most celebrated championship series from the voices of the players who still remain--a collected narrative from a bygone era of major-league baseball as they reflect fifty years... [READ MORE]
  • Once Upon a Team
    The Epic Rise and Historic Fall of Baseball's Wilmington Quicksteps

    (Sports Publishing)
    Professional baseball was barely into its adolescence in 1884 when a hard-playing, hard-drinking minor league club out of tiny Wilmington, Delaware—the Quicksteps—got the opportunity of a lifetime. Led by archetypal stars Tommy “Oyster” Burns and Edward “The Only” Nolan, the Quicksteps attacked opponents... [READ MORE]
  • Paul Brown's Ghost
    How the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals Are Haunted by the Man Who Created Them

    (Sports Publishing)
    Paul Brown was the father of two stalwart franchises in the NFL—the Cleveland Browns, who carry his own name, and the Cincinnati Bengals. He was a renowned coach and owner, and when he passed on August 5, 1991, the league lost a giant. But for the Browns and Bengals, his death would herald a new era,... [READ MORE]
  • So You Think You’re a Detroit Red Wings Fan?
    Stars, Stats, Records, and Memories for True Diehards

    (Sports Publishing)
    So You Think You’re a Detroit Red Wings Fan? tests and expands your knowledge of Red Wings hockey. Rather than merely posing questions and providing answers, it will give you the details behind each―stories that bring to life players and coaches, games and seasons. This book is divided into multiple... [READ MORE]
  • So You Think You’re a Philadelphia Flyers Fan?
    Stars, Stats, Records, and Memories for True Diehards

    (Sports Publishing)
    So You Think You’re a Philadelphia Flyers Fan? tests and expands your knowledge of Flyers hockey. Rather than merely posing questions and providing answers, it will give you the details behind each—stories that bring to life players and coaches, games and seasons. This book is divided into multiple parts,... [READ MORE]
  • Tales from the Cleveland Browns Sideline
    A Collection of the Greatest Browns Stories Ever Told

    (Sports Publishing)
    Ohio coaching legend Paul Brown said he wanted to create "the New York Yankees of pro football" when he assembled the Cleveland Browns from scratch in 1946. Despite his ambition, not even the future Hall of Fame coach could have foreseen ten league championship appearances and seven titles in the team's... [READ MORE]
  • Tales from the Golden State Warriors Locker Room
    A Collection of the Greatest Warriors Stories Ever Told

    (Sports Publishing)
    In 2015-16, the Golden State Warriors accomplished something that no team in NBA history had ever done before—they won a record 73 games in the regular season en route to a trip to the Finals, where they lost in seven games to the Cleveland Cavaliers. The previous season had also been historic, as the... [READ MORE]
  • Tales from the Nashville Predators Locker Room
    A Collection of the Greatest Predators Stories Ever Told

    (Sports Publishing)
    In 1998, the Predators joined the NHL as an expansion team, marking the start of what’s been a wild ride ever since! Tales from the Nashville Predators Locker Room covers all the stories, from the adventures around the inaugural season, to Nashville’s storied rivalry against the Detroit Red Wings, road... [READ MORE]
  • Tales from the New Orleans Saints Sideline
    A Collection of the Greatest Saints Stories Ever Told

    (Sports Publishing)
    The New Orleans Saints own a rich history that reflects the unique character of their hometown—always colorful, sometimes sinful, and utterly unpredictable. In recent years, the Saints have shaken off their reputation as the NFL’s lovable Fleur de Losers and have risen to become a dangerous gridiron... [READ MORE]
  • Tales from the Oklahoma Sooners Sideline
    A Collection of the Greatest Sooners Stories Ever Told

    (Sports Publishing)
    No single element or ingredient has the power to absolutely define the lasting enchantment of Oklahoma football. Decades of great successes and occasional heartbreak have spawned generations of faithful disciples, who treat fall Saturdays like sacred holidays dedicated to their heroes donning the crimson... [READ MORE]
  • Tommy John’s Elbow and Tiger Woods's Back
    Injuries and Tragedies That Transformed Careers, Sports, and Society

    (Sports Publishing)
    What do players across such different sports such as Buster Posey, Tom Brady, and Tiger Woods have in common? Their injuries have shaped the world of sports and how sports medicine is approached. When you hear stories of Kobe traveling abroad to receive blood platelet injections, or Olympians using low-oxygen... [READ MORE]
  • UCLA Football Encyclopedia
    (Sports Publishing)
    The history of UCLA football is a continuous story of highs and lows, ups and downs. Every year from 1919 through today, UCLA has fielded a team, and though the expectations have changed through the years, the goals have not. The single greatest goal in sports is to win your next game. When a team strings... [READ MORE]
  • Warren Spahn
    A Biography of the Legendary Lefty

    (Sports Publishing)
    With 363 victories, Warren Spahn is the winningest left-handed pitcher in baseball history. During his 21-year career, Spahn won 20+ games thirteen times, was a 17-time All Star, a Cy Young–award winner, and was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1973. In addition, Spahn was also a war... [READ MORE]
  • When the 49ers Were Kings
    How Bill Walsh and Ed DeBartolo Jr. Built a Football Dynasty in San Francisco

    (Sports Publishing)
    In 1979, San Francisco was in turmoil attempting to recover from the assassination of two of its leaders: Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk. The troubled city was in need of an emotional boost to restore their pride. But as the year drew to a sad close, the city’s professional football... [READ MORE]
  • Winning Ugly
    A Visual History of the Most Bizarre Baseball Uniforms Ever Worn

    (Sports Publishing)
    Baseball, our national pastime. All fans have great memories of their teams. We also remember those things that we wish we could forget: the errors, the mental mistakes . . . and the ugly uniforms. In an ode to those eyesores, Todd Radom has collected and chronicled some of the swing-and-misses we’ve... [READ MORE]

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