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    Mets by the Numbers
    A Complete Team History of the Amazin' Mets by Uniform Number
    By Jon Springer, With Matthew Silverman, Foreword by Howie Rose
    (Sports Publishing)
    Unlike typical team histories that proceed chronologically, Mets by the Numbers is the first and only book that examines the team and its players by ascending uniform number, or from 1 (Mookie Wilson) to 99 (Turk Wendell). This newly revised edition is a catalog of the more than 1,000 Mets who have played... [READ MORE]
    When Shea Was Home
    The Story of the 1975 Mets, Yankees, Giants, and Jets
    By Brett Topel
    (Sports Publishing)
    Four teams, 175 games, 3,738,546 fans—one stadium. If 1975 wasn’t the most successful year in New York sports—and it wasn’t—then it was certainly one of the oddest. For that one crazy season, all four New York teams—the Mets, Jets, Yankees, and Giants—called Shea Stadium home. When Shea was Home includes... [READ MORE]
    Wrigley Field Year by Year
    A Century at the Friendly Confines
    By Sam Pathy, Foreword by John Thorn
    (Sports Publishing)
    More than just a lavishly illustrated and highly readable book, Wrigley Field Year by Year, originally published in 2014, is the result of a quarter century of meticulous research. Written by a baseball historian and recognized authority on the “Friendly Confines,” this is the first book to detail each... [READ MORE]
    Cubs by the Numbers
    A Complete Team History of the Chicago Cubs by Uniform Number
    By Al Yellon, By Kasey Ignarski, By Matthew Silverman, Foreword by Pat Hughes
    (Sports Publishing)
    What do Dizzy Dean, Catfish Metkovich, John Boccabella, Bill Buckner, Mark Prior, and Jason Heyward all have in common? They all wore number 22 for the Chicago Cubs, even though eight decades have passed between the last time Dizzy Dean buttoned up a Cubs uniform with that number and the first timeoutfielder... [READ MORE]
    Tales from the Detroit Tigers Dugout
    A Collection of the Greatest Tigers Stories Ever Told
    By Jack Ebling, Contributions by Richard Kincaide
    (Sports Publishing)
    The Detroit Tigers Old English "D" is one of the most recognized symbols in sports. A team rich with legends and history, the Tigers have endured in the hearts of fans and continue to up the ante of competition against rivals like the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox. The Tigers have been a constant... [READ MORE]
    Tales from the Dallas Cowboys Sideline
    A Collection of the Greatest Cowboys Stories Ever Told
    By Cliff Harris, By Charlie Waters, Foreword by Roger Staubach
    (Sports Publishing)
    Tales from the Dallas Cowboys Sideline, first published in 2003 and now newly updated, is a fascinating, fun look at the inner workings of one of the most beloved sports teams of all time. A team that is either gloriously loved or hideously hated, there is no denying the passion evoked by the Dallas... [READ MORE]
    Game of My Life Denver Broncos
    Memorable Stories of Broncos Football
    By Jim Saccomano
    (Sports Publishing)
    How do you measure the soul of a city? In Denver, for the better part of five decades it’s been by the Broncos. From an ugly and inauspicious beginning to the first nationally televised Monday-night game in 1973, through postseason games that included back-to-back World Championships and five other Super... [READ MORE]
    Incredible Baseball Stats
    The Coolest, Strangest Stats and Facts in Baseball History
    By Kevin Reavy, By Ryan Spaeder, Foreword by Wade Boggs
    (Sports Publishing)
    As America's pastime since the mid-1800s, baseball offers the sights, sounds, and even smells that are deeply entrenched in our culture. But for some, the experience can be less sensory. Some, such as Ryan Spaeder and Kevin Reavy, live for baseball statistics. Stats give the game historical context and... [READ MORE]
    The Super Bowl
    The First Fifty Years of America's Greatest Game
    By David Fischer, Foreword by Franco Harris
    (Sports Publishing)
    In 1966, as the champions of the AFL and NFL prepared to play each other for the first time, Kansas City Chiefs–owner Lamar Hunt wrote the following to Commissioner Pete Rozelle: “I have kiddingly called [the championship game] the Super Bowl, which obviously can be improved upon.”How wrong Hunt was.... [READ MORE]
    Tales from the Atlanta Braves Dugout
    A Collection of the Greatest Braves Stories Ever Told
    By Cory McCartney
    (Sports Publishing)
    The newest addition to the Tales from the Team series, Tales from the Atlanta Braves Dugout includes stories on the greatest players and coaches to don the Braves uniform. Author Cory McCartney includes stories about Hank Aaron, Dale Murphy, Phil Niekro, Chipper Jones, Andruw Jones, Greg Maddux, Tom... [READ MORE]
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