Many sports fans believe the game of hockey began in Canada but authors Hardy and Holman let us know it is a world game with lots of history.
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This book review examines that horrible stretch in the New York Islanders organization starting with a hideous looking logo.
This is a wonderful book about the Golden Era of Tennis during the 1970s through 1990s when Borg, Edberg, and Wilander ruled professional tennis.
This book by Bob Gibson and Phil Pepe details many of the adversities that the Hall of Fame pitcher had to endure as a black athlete.
The book “Baseball: The Writer’s Game” written by Mike Shannon is a collection of interviews from 17 authors of baseball books.
This book by Jack Gilden, “Collision of Wills: Johnny Unitas, Don Shula and the Rise of the Modern NFL” deals with how they didn’t get along.
This book goes back to 1895 and chronicles a seven-year period when women in America began racing bicycles in competition.
This book chronicles the life of American football from the 50’s and 60’s when it was considered brutal to how the politics change it to a success.
This is a book about pitcher Bob Feller and his rise from American Legion baseball to the American League where he was a fireballing pitcher.
This book deals with the first twenty years of the New York Yankees franchise from the “honest graft” days to the success of today.