Sports & Recreation

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    Sixty Seasons
    Notes from a Fly-Fishing Life
    By Steve Raymond
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Witty and heartfelt, Sixty Seasons looks back over more than half a century of fly fishing and writing about fly fishing. Steve Raymond returns with an informative and delightful collection of memories, stretching over his sixty seasons spent fishing. Raymond takes the opportunity to write passionately... [READ MORE]
    Petersen's Hunting Guide to Africa
    A Comprehensive Guide to Hunting Popular African Game
    By Petersen's Hunting, Introduction by Mike Schoby
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Petersen's Hunting Guide to Africa is packed with a wealth of valuable how-to information compiled by the foremost authorities in the sport. A vast range of topics are covered in these articles, including: Hunting the big five Scouting techniques Plains game hunting Improving shot placement Managing... [READ MORE]
    The Hometown Team
    Four Decades of Boston Red Sox Photography
    Photographs by Steve Babineau, By Mike Shalin, Foreword by Dennis Eckersley, Foreword by Dwight Evans
    (Sports Publishing)
    For Red Sox fans eager to relive the glory days of their favorite players, The Hometown Team enables them to do just that, through the lens of longtime photographer Steve Babineau. From star and support players, to members of the grounds crew, Red Sox staff, alumni, and some opposing players, this book... [READ MORE]
    The New York Yankees Home Run Almanac
    The Bronx Bombers’ Most Historic, Unusual, and Titanic Dingers
    By Douglas B. Lyons
    (Sports Publishing)
    The New York Yankees don't call themselves the "Bronx Bombers" for nothing. And though Babe Ruth did not invent the home run, he did indeed popularize it and make it seem less vulgar. New York Yankees Home Run Almanac presents a month-by-month tally of historic, important, unusual, or titanic home runs,... [READ MORE]
    Tales from the Oklahoma Sooners Sideline
    A Collection of the Greatest Sooners Stories Ever Told
    By Jay C. Upchurch, Foreword by Barry Switzer
    (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]
    Tales from the Chicago White Sox Dugout
    A Collection of the Greatest White Sox Stories Ever Told
    By Ron Kittle, By Bob Logan, Foreword by Roland Hemond
    (Sports Publishing)
    The 1983 American League West champion Chicago White Sox will forever be remembered by their trademark slogan "Winning Ugly." One of the stars of that colorful bunch that rocked old Comiskey Park was an unlikely hero, a twenty-five-year-old rookie from Northwest Indiana. Ron Kittle led the 1983 White... [READ MORE]
    Tales from the Syracuse Orange's Locker Room
    A Collection of the Greatest Orange Basketball Stories Ever Told
    By Bud Poliquin, Foreword by Leo Rautins
    (Sports Publishing)
    Orange is a state of mind for fans of Syracuse University basketball. Think Orange and images of greatness appear, from Vic Hanson in the Roaring ’20s through Carmelo Anthony in the 21st century. Think Orange and the sounds of glory are heard, from old Archbold Gym to the gleaming Carrier Dome. Think... [READ MORE]
    Baseball Italian Style
    Great Stories Told by Italian American Major Leaguers from Crosetti to Piazza
    By Lawrence Baldassaro
    (Sports Publishing)
    Baseball Italian Style brings together the memories of major leaguers of Italian heritage whose collective careers span almost a century, from the 1930s up to today. In these first-person accounts, baseball fans will meet at an intimate level the players they cheered as heroes or jeered as adversaries,... [READ MORE]
    The Dodgers
    60 Years in Los Angeles
    By Michael Schiavone
    (Sports Publishing)
    In 1957, the Dodgers left their home of Brooklyn, New York, where they had been since their inception in 1884, for the sunny hills of Los Angeles, California. Since arriving in LA, the team has won five World Series and ten NL Pennants, and become one of the top-grossing organizations in Major League... [READ MORE]
    Once Upon a Team
    The Epic Rise and Historic Fall of Baseball's Wilmington Quicksteps
    By Jon Springer
    (Sports Publishing)
    In 1884, professional baseball was still in its infancy. The National League was less than a decade old, the National Association (which had been around since 1871) was now defunct, the American Association (which began two years earlier) were nipping at the NL’s heels, and a new league—the Union Association—was... [READ MORE]
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