Sports & Recreation

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    The Legendary Neversink
    A Treasury of the Best Writing about One of America's Great Trout Rivers
    Edited by Justin Askins
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    The Neversink River in New York’s Catskill Mountains, with its plunges and gorges, is one of the world’s great trout streams. So it’s no surprise that this diverse and fecund waterway has compelled the finest fly-fishing writers to take up their pens. This treasury of their best work takes a revelatory... [READ MORE]
    Game of My Life Ohio State Buckeyes
    Memorable Stories of Buckeye Football
    By Steve Greenberg, By Laura Lanese
    (Sports Publishing)
    A. J. Hawk can isolate the game of his life, the 2006 Fiesta Bowl against Notre Dame, not because of individual statistics, but because of what the game represented. “I think the fact that it was the end of an amazing four years—four big Bowl wins; three Michigan wins; lots of victories in those four... [READ MORE]
    Tales from the Toronto Blue Jays Dugout
    A Collection of the Greatest Blue Jays Stories Ever Told
    By Jim Prime
    (Sports Publishing)
    From the club’s inception in the late ’70s to winning the division for the first time in the ’80s, Joe Carter’s epic home run, the two World Series titles in the early ’90s, the reign of Roy Halladay, and everything in between, the Blue Jays have continued to build a storied history as one of baseball’s... [READ MORE]
    Captain Crash and the Dallas Cowboys
    From Sideline to Goal Line with Cliff Harris
    By Cliff Harris, Foreword by Gene Stallings
    (Sports Publishing)
    How does it feel to see your name among the Cowboys greats in Texas Stadium’s Ring of Honor? What was it like to be recruited by professional scouts? What happened to the guy who hooked Randy White in the back with a wayward fishhook? How did legendary coach Tom Landry motivate his players? How did a... [READ MORE]
    Drama in the Bahamas
    Muhammad Ali's Last Fight
    By Dave Hannigan
    (Sports Publishing)
    On December 11, 1981, Muhammad Ali slumped on a chair in the cramped, windowless locker room of a municipal baseball field outside Nassau. A phalanx of sportswriters had pushed and shoved their way into this tiny, breeze-blocked space. In this most unlikely of settings, they had come to record the last... [READ MORE]
    Miracle at Merion
    The Inspiring Story of Ben Hogan's Amazing Comeback and Victory at the 1950 U.S. Open
    By David Barrett
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Legendary sportswriter Red Smith characterized Ben Hogan’s comeback from a near-fatal automobile crash in February 1949 as “the most remarkable feat in the history of sports.” Now, more than sixty years later, that statement still rings true. The crowning moment of Hogan’s comeback was his astonishing... [READ MORE]
    Ninja Secrets of Invisibility
    By Ashida Kim
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Like the ninja warrior, you too can walk unobserved, penetrating forbidden areas unseen, departing at will without leaving a trace. Now this classic work’s secrets of invisibility, known to the ninja of old, can be part of your self-defense repertoire.The training a student must undergo in order to become... [READ MORE]
    Born a Hunter
    Thirty Hunting Adventures Around the World
    By Dwight Van Brunt
    (Sporting Classics)
    From brown bear and Dall's sheep in Alaska, to elephant and Cape buffalo in Africa, Dwight Van Brunt has hunted much of the world’s great game. In Born a Hunter, his first book, he takes the reader along on more than thirty exciting trips afield. Honest, humorous and edgy, Van Brunt writes in a fashion... [READ MORE]
    It's Not All Black and White
    From Junior High to the Sugar Bowl, an Inside Look at Football Through the Eyes of An Official
    By Mike Liner, Foreword by Rogers Reding, With Doug Hensley
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    From junior high football games to the Sugar Bowl with a national championship up for grabs, Mike Liner has seen it all in football. President and CEO of a bank by day, Liner has been a Texas football official on Fridays and Saturdays for the past 35 years. It’s Not All Black and White offers a view... [READ MORE]
    Tales from the Indianapolis Colts Sideline
    A Collection of the Greatest Colts Stories Ever Told
    By Mike Chappell, By Phil Richards
    (Sports Publishing)
    With roots that go back to 1913, the Indianapolis Colts are one of the most storied franchises in the NFL. But the real legacy of achievement began in 1984 when the Colts arrived in Indianapolis after a midnight escape from Baltimore. Almost thirty years later, the Colts have forged a new identity as... [READ MORE]
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