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    Miller Time
    The Story of John Miller, a Small-Town Basketball Coach Who Inspired Dynasties
    By David A. Burhenn, Foreword by John Calipari
    (Sports Publishing)
    Arizona. Kentucky. Indiana. It’s astounding to think that three elite college basketball programs can trace their success back to one small-town high school coach, Blackhawk High’s legendary John Miller. Coach John Miller was just following his heart’s passion and channeling his unbreakable spirit when... [READ MORE]
    The Cloudbuster Nine
    The Untold Story of Ted Williams and the Baseball Team Who Helped Win World War II
    By Anne Keene
    (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]
    Being Ted Williams
    Growing Up with a Baseball Idol
    By Dick Enberg, With Tom Clavin
    (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 and New York Times bestselling author Tom Clavin offer a series of personal anecdotes that loosely follow Ted's life from his childhood in San... [READ MORE]
    Cuba Loves Baseball
    A Photographic Journey
    By Ira Block, Foreword by Bob Costas, Foreword by Sigfredo Barros
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    According to the New York Times, Cuba is at an historic turning point. As Cuba catches up with political and economic changes, baseball will inevitably catch up and change as well. In Baseball in Cuba, photographer Ira Block, who has spent the past three years photographing the culture of Cuba through... [READ MORE]
    Slobberknocker
    My Life in Wrestling
    By Jim Ross, By Paul O'Brien, Contributions by Scott E. Williams, Foreword by Vincent K. McMahon, Afterword by “Stone Cold” Steve Austin
    (Sports Publishing)
    The Wrestling Biography You’ve Been Waiting For! There are few people who have been in the wrestling business longer than Jim Ross. And those who have made it as long as he has (half a century to be exact) probably made enemies or burned bridges. But that’s just not JR. Slobberknocker is the story of... [READ MORE]
    Eli Manning
    The Making of a Quarterback
    By Ralph Vacchiano, Foreword by Ernie Accorsi
    (Sports Publishing)
    Super Bowl XLII was one of the most amazing moments in New York Giants history. From the final drive, to “the catch,” to beating the then undefeated New England Patriots and giving them an 18-1 record; it was an incredible day for all Giants players and fans…especially Eli Manning.That was only the beginning.With... [READ MORE]
    Tales from the Miami Hurricanes Sideline
    A Collection of the Greatest Hurricanes Stories Ever Told
    By Jim Martz
    (Sports Publishing)
    University of Miami football is more than national championships, thirty-game winning streaks, and being a pipeline to the NFL. It’s the Gator Flop, defeating Tulane on a fifth down, and playing three games in eight days. It’s converting third and 44 against Notre Dame, Michael Irvin talking smack with... [READ MORE]
    Tales from the Baltimore Ravens Sideline
    A Collection of the Greatest Ravens Stories Ever Told
    By Tom Matte, With Jeff Steidel
    (Sports Publishing)
    Tales from the Baltimore Ravens Sideline examines the history of the Baltimore football franchise since their move from Cleveland to Baltimore in 1996. The book chronicles how the team built itself into the champions of Super Bowl XXXV with what many believe to have been the National Football League's... [READ MORE]
    Miracle Moments in Michigan Wolverines Football History
    The Turning Points, the Memorable Games, the Incredible Records
    By Derek Kornacki, By Steve Kornacki
    (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
    By Brett Topel
    (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]
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