Sports & Recreation

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    Inventing Montana
    Dispatches from the Madison Valley
    By Ted Leeson
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Every summer for two decades, Ted Leeson and a maverick group of close companions have returned to an old ranch house on the benchland overlooking the Madison River. Trout and fly fishing may be at the heart of their ritual return, but their experience goes far beyond the fishing. Leeson contemplates... [READ MORE]
    Fenway Park at 100
    Baseball's Hometown
    By Bill Nowlin, By Jim Prime, Foreword by Bobby Doerr
    (Sports Publishing)
    On April 20, 1912, The Boston Red Sox played their first official game at Fenway Park. 27,000 fans were on hand to witness the Red Sox defeat the rival New York Highlanders—later known as the Yankees—7–6 in 11 innings. It was an event that may have made front page news in Boston had it not been for the... [READ MORE]
    Game of My Life Georgia Bulldogs
    Memorable Stories of Bulldogs Football
    By Patrick Garbin, By A.P. Garbin
    (Sports Publishing)
    In Game of My Life Georgia Bulldogs, several prominent Georgia players of the past share their fondest single-game experience and memories, in their own words. Some of these games involve championships, and others seem ordinary save for significant personal meaning. In each case, it is the player who... [READ MORE]
    Amazing Tales from the Chicago Bears Sideline
    A Collection of the Greatest Bears Stories Ever Told
    By Steve McMichael, By John Mullin, By Phil Arvia, Foreword by Mike Ditka, Foreword by Dan Hampton
    (Sports Publishing)
    The Chicago Bears are more than a football team—they are a legend. Founded in 1919, the Bears have won more regular season games than any other NFL franchise. With twenty-six players in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and thirteen retired jerseys, it’s no wonder the Bears can be defined by three phrases:... [READ MORE]
    Tales from the Philadelphia Eagles Sideline
    A Collection of the Greatest Eagles Stories Ever Told
    By Gordon Forbes
    (Sports Publishing)
    Even in their worst of seasons, the Philadelphia Eagles maintained their tradition of toughness, thanks to great players—legends like Chuck Bednarik and Steve Van Buren to modern-day heroes. In Tales from the Philadelphia Eagles Sideline, veteran football writer Gordon Forbes profiles the individuals... [READ MORE]
    Tales from the Green Bay Packers Sideline
    A Collection of the Greatest Packers Stories Ever Told
    By Chuck Carlson
    (Sports Publishing)
    The victory and legend of the Super Bowl XLV winning Green Bay Packers continues in Chuck Carlson’s Tales from the Green Bay Packers Sideline. In this behind-the-scenes look at the NFL’s second oldest franchise, Carlson captures the determination, aggression, and vision that have constantly spurred the... [READ MORE]
    Tales from the Duke Blue Devils Locker Room
    A Collection of the Greatest Duke Basketball Stories Ever Told
    By Jim Sumner
    (Sports Publishing)
    In Tales from the Duke Blue Devils Locker Room, readers will laugh, dream, and sweat alongside the players of one of the most successful and storied college basketball teams to ever take to the hardwood. In this treasure trove of Duke history, Jim Sumner brings to life the legendary games and unique... [READ MORE]
    The Perfect Yankee
    The Incredible Story of the Greatest Miracle in Baseball History
    By Don Larsen, By Mark Shaw, Foreword by Yogi Berra
    (Sports Publishing)
    It was one perfect moment, one singular feat unparalleled in the half a century of baseball that followed. It was Game 5 of the 1956 World Series. In an age when nobody spat in anyone’s face, strikes were called only on the field, and New York was baseball’s battlefield, Don Larsen pitched the only no-hitter... [READ MORE]
    A Race for Madmen
    The History of the Tour de France
    By Chris Sidwells, Afterword by Martin Dugard
    (Sports Publishing)
    Initially founded to demonstrate a new British invention—the bicycle—and as a venue to show off the French countryside, the Tour de France continues to exhibit the most extraordinary feats of human endurance from its competitors. Now cyclist and journalist Chris Sidwells brings the Tour to life by pulling... [READ MORE]
    Tales from the Chicago Blackhawks Locker Room
    A Collection of the Greatest Blackhawks Stories Ever Told
    By Harvey Wittenberg, Foreword by Bruce Wolf
    (Sports Publishing)
    As one of the NHL’s original six teams, the Chicago Blackhawks have given their fans millions of heart-stopping memories, thousands of unforgettable stories, and five Stanley Cup Championships. Now fans of this indomitable team get to relive it all in this newly updated edition of Tales from the Chicago... [READ MORE]
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