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Losers: Dispatches from the Other Side of the Scoreboard

A fascinating look at another side of sports, emphasizing those who lost games, matches, and tournaments, along with the pressures they faced and the ramifications of their losses. A wonderful choice for sports enthusiasts.

Cy Young: The Baseball Life and Career

Fans of baseball history and those interested in learning more about one of the most celebrated pitchers in baseball history will thoroughly enjoy.

The Divine Miss Marble: A Life of Tennis, Fame, and Mystery

An intriguing book about a fascinating woman, and an inspirational story of her overcoming various odds to become a tennis legend. Highly recommended.

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Fear Is a Choice: Tackling Life’s Challenges with Dignity, Faith, and Determination

This memoir will find a home among not just sports fans, but those who enjoy motivational memoirs.
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The Inside Game: Bad Calls, Strange Moves, and What Baseball Behavior Teaches Us About Ourselves

Highly recommended for serious followers of baseball and readers interested in how statistical analysis and trends can be applied in any sport.

Bouton: The Life of a Baseball Original

Baseball fans will laugh alongside and, ultimately, feel touched by this look at an iconoclastic, often quixotic man who, despite the charges that his landmark book had hurt the game, loved baseball to the very end.
 

Intangibles: Unlocking the Science and Soul of Team Chemistry

Recommended for readers interested in sports psychology, as well fan of the San Francisco Giants and the women’s basketball.
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Doc: The Life of Roy Halladay

Well written and thoroughly researched, this book celebrates Halladay’s career while telling the story of a Hall of Famer who’s legacy continues to be felt on the sport.

24: Life Stories and Lessons from the Say Hey Kid

The iconic uniform number 24 is the inspiration for the life story of Mays, told in his own words. Baseball fans of all ages and anyone seeking inspiration will enjoy memories and motivation shared in a warm, joyous manner by the irrepressible Say Hey Kid.
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Little Wonder: The Fabulous Story of Lottie Dod, the World’s First Female Sports Superstar

Abramsky has done a masterly job researching Dod’s story and calling attention to the achievements of this pioneer who should be recognized by all interested in sports.
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Toe Blake: Winning Is Everything

Logothetis presents Blake’s story ably and thoroughly, though a lack of bibliography may be problematic for some. The appeal will be to hockey fans as well as filling a gap of coverage of one of the NHL’s top coaches and players.
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Running the Dream: One Summer Living, Training, and Racing with a Team of World-Class Runners Half My Age

Readers interested in running, the dynamics of pursuing high goals, and the life of a professional runner will find this book worthwhile.
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The Second Life of Tiger Woods

Readers who enjoyed Roaring Back as well as Tiger Woods (2019) by Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian will appreciate the insight here.
PREMIUM

Young Guns: Obsession, Overwatch, and the Future of Gaming

Complete with details of conversations with those involved from Overwatch, this fast-paced, highly recommended book will appeal to readers interested in learning more about eSports and their growing popularity.
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Rockaway: Surfing Headlong into a New Life

Readers looking for an offbeat, uplifting account, and those with an interest in surfing or outdoor challenges, should find this engaging. An ideal selection for book groups and recommended for all public library collections.
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The Brown Bullet: Rajo Jack’s Drive To Integrate Auto Racing

Poehler has done a fine job of researching the life of Rajo Jack, relating his determination and poise in the face of discrimination.
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Sleeping Bags to S’mores: Camping Basics

Whether readers are setting out on their first day hike or considering an extended road trip, they will find useful guidance on what to take, where to go, and how to make the most of their outdoor adventure.

Issei Baseball: The Story of the First Japanese American Ballplayers

A detailed look at an important subject which provides a snapshot of the Issei experience, how integral baseball was in American culture, and how the sport served as a crucible for new immigrants.
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Golf’s Holy War: The Battle for the Soul of a Game in an Age of Science

Cyrgalis does a credible job of covering the current state of golf in what is a passable overview of the sport for casual readers.

The Age of Football: Soccer and the 21st Century

Goldblatt’s talent for storytelling and clear organization of a vast amount of information makes this an important cornerstone addition for sports collections in both public and academic libraries, and readers with an interest in international socioeconomics.
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The Victory Machine: The Making and Unmaking of the Warriors Dynasty

Sports dynasties tend to inspire the extremes of love and hate, and more than ever in this era of constant connection. For basketball fans interested in the lesser-known business side of the sport.

Edge of the Map: The Mountain Life of Christine Boskoff

An absorbing, unputdownable book about an intrepid climber and pioneer in high-altitude mountaineering. By including accounts from those who accompanied Boskoff on various climbing expeditions, this work serves as a wonderful tribute to her life and enduring legacy.
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The World Beneath Their Feet: Mountaineering, Madness, and the Deadly Race To Summit the Himalayas

An excellent overview of mountaineering and exploration in the Himalayas and Karakoram, set against the backdrop of 20th-century history, that will appeal to mountaineers and armchair adventurers.
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Yogi: A Life Behind the Mask

A thorough, engaging read for Berra fans and Yankee admirers.

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Tanking to the Top: The Philadelphia 76ers and the Most Audacious Process in the History of Professional Sports

Readers interested in the business of basketball, and how it affects teams and players above all, will find this a must-read.
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High Drama: The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of American Competition Climbing

Leaving no stone unturned, this exhaustive history will find an audience with climbing enthusiasts.

Buzz Saw: The Improbable Story of How the Washington Nationals Won the World Series.

As an insider’s view of a remarkable run, this should be ­enjoyed by all baseball fans.

The Wax Pack: On the Open Road in Search of Baseball’s Afterlife

Will appeal not only to baseball fans but also to enthusiasts of sports history nostalgic for a bygone era.
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State of Play: The Old School Guide to New School Baseball

A well-written account by one of baseball’s most influential players. Fans of America’s pastime and die-hard sabermetrics devotees will savor this informed perspective.
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The Back Roads to March: The Unsung, Unheralded, and Unknown Heroes of a College Basketball Season

Feinstein’s geographic scope may be limited to schools in the mid-Atlantic and New England regions, but this insider look into college basketball should nevertheless draw in fans seeking more about teams and coaches outside the power conferences.
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Lou Gehrig: The Lost Memoir

This memoir highlights baseball and its players from a golden age, and would have been more emotionally and historically appealing had Gaff offered more about the subject's provenance.

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Miles from Nowhere: A Round-The-World Bicycle Adventure

A must-have for all libraries without a copy of the original, especially those with active biking communities seeking entertaining adventure stories. Savage also provides practical touring advice relevant to any bike traveler.
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Swing Kings: The Inside Story of Baseball’s Home Run Revolution

A timely reminder that most limits are self-imposed, and most records are made to be broken. Baseball fans who enjoyed Michael Lewis’s Moneyball will embrace Diamond’s account of new methods of hitting and strategies that are both true to the sport’s history and promising for its future.

Run to the Finish: The Everyday Runner’s Guide to Avoiding Injury, Ignoring the Clock, and Loving the Run

While there are plenty of books about running, few are as approachable and helpful as this one. Highly recommended for anyone looking to improve their running ability, and those who consider themselves a “middle of the pack” runner.
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The Making of a Miracle: The Untold Story of the Captain of the 1980 Gold Medal–Winning U.S. Olympic Hockey Team

Eruzione adds an honest insider’s view of the Miracle, which will appeal to hockey fans and admirers of sports autobiographies.

Olympic Pride, American Prejudice: The Untold Story of 18 African Americans Who Defied Jim Crow and Adolf Hitler To Compete in the 1936 Berlin Olympics

Even though the organization of the book could have been improved, overall it will appeal to readers interested in the history of the Olympics and World War II and might best serve as a companion piece to the documentary.
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Start by Believing: Larry Nassar’s Crimes, the Institutions That Enabled Him, and the Brave Women Who Stopped a Monster

The authors’ exhaustive research and relentless pursuit of the truth create an unsettling and stark record of the abuse scandal that sent shockwaves across America and which continues to resonate deeply.
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No Way But To Fight: George Foreman and the Business of Boxing

Foreman fans and those who remember his Rumble in the Jungle will enjoy this adept look at the champion’s life inside the ring.

Full Dissidence: Notes from an Uneven Playing Field

Highly recommended: Bryant is a masterful writer and a voice of this generation. His passion and analysis on important topics is unparalleled.
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The Athlete as National Symbol: Critical Essays on Sports in the International Arena

The scholarly nature of these essays limits the appeal to an academic readership, but general sports fans looking to research beyond recent incidents will find this a rich resource. Ideal for college and postgraduate students interested in the history and overall scope of nationalism as reflected through athletes and the various sports they play.

Oscar Charleston: The Life and Legend of Baseball’s Greatest Forgotten Player

Fans of baseball history will thoroughly enjoy this well-written account of one of the sport’s greatest players.

Overtime: Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines at the Crossroads of College Football

While Michigan’s 2018 season may have ended in disappointment for fans, this work does not disappoint. For fans of the Wolverines, this is a must-read along with Bacon’s other titles about the team.
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Running with Sherman: The Donkey with the Heart of a Hero

A humorous and heartwarming book about not only running with donkeys but about community, our connections with one another, and our abilities to persevere and overcome physical and mental challenges. [See Prepub Alert, 4/1/19.]

Beautiful on the Outside: A Memoir

Recommended for all readers, especially those familiar with Rippon and who would like to learn more about his life and career. Highly recommended.
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Board Games in 100 Moves

With full-color illustrations of artifacts, art, components, and game boards, this is a great entry point into the history of board games that should appeal to everyone from chess enthusiasts to modern hobby gamers.
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No Excuses: The Making of a Head Coach

This book will appeal to fans of college football as well as the University of Oklahoma but may not have wide appeal to general sports fans.

What Is a Girl Worth? My Story of Breaking the Silence and Exposing the Truth About Larry Nassar and USA Gymnastics

Essential for sports fans and all readers concerned with the ongoing, widespread challenges of abuse and accountability. Denhollander’s story of empowerment deserves wide readership.
PREMIUM

The City Game: Triumph, Scandal, and a Legendary Basketball Team

Recommended for anyone interested in the history of post–World War II basketball; relevant to issues within amateur athletics today.
PREMIUM

A Team of Their Own: How an International Sisterhood Made Olympic History

This poignant story showcases the bonds of friendship over Olympic glory and will appeal to fans of women’s sports and anyone who has experienced the special kinship that comes from being part of a team.

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Billion Dollar Fantasy: The High-Stakes Game Between FanDuel and DraftKings That Upended Sports in America

The brisk narrative moves nimbly through the online entertainment industry and will find fans among those intrigued by fantasy sports. See David Kushner’s The Players Ball for another take on the world of wired entertainment.
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Net Work: Training the NBA’s Best and Finding the Keys to Greatness

McClanaghan has given basketball fans a unique behind-the-scenes look at the game and perhaps some inspiration to budding players with his “you get out of it what you put in” philosophy.
PREMIUM

The Last Stand of Payne Stewart: The Year Golf Changed Forever

Only worthwhile for those who haven’t read the earlier volume by Abraham and Stewart.

PREMIUM

The Everything Tabletop Games Book: From Settlers of Catan to Pandemic, Find Out Which Games To Choose, How To Play, and the Best Ways To Win!

From short, simple games such as Happy Salmon to longer, strategic ones, including Twilight Struggle, the selections here span a wide range on the current market. This appeal to gamers of all experience levels and is highly recommended for all libraries with tabletop programming.

You Throw Like a Girl: The Blind Spot of Masculinity

From success as a football player to his mission as a feminist and educator, McPherson has spent decades sharing his story and advocating for a new definition of manhood. This timely and coherent study of gender roles is highly recommended for all public library collections.
 
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Chasing the Bear: How Bear Bryant and Nick Saban Made Alabama the Greatest College Football Program of All Time

A captivating comparison of two legendary figures in college football that will draw interest from all football fans.
 

The People's Team: An Illustrated History of the Green Bay Packers

The Packers have a national following and a history unlike any other. This beautiful book chronicles that legacy exceedingly well.
 
PREMIUM

Hell with the Lid Off: Inside the Fierce Rivalry Between the 1970s Oakland Raiders and Pittsburgh Steelers

Worthy reading for all fans of football history.
 
PREMIUM

NFL Century: The One-Hundred-Year Rise of America's Greatest Sports League

This engagingly written chronicle of the most powerful and influential sports league in American history should be of wide interest.
 
PREMIUM

NFL 100: A Century of Pro Football

This appealing book contains a nice selection of text excerpts, but it doesn’t quite measure up to the NFL’s 75th anniversary celebration tribute.
 
PREMIUM

Shula: The Coach of the NFL's Greatest Generation

This is the most thorough biography yet of this seminal NFL figure, but it does not equal Ribowsky’s best work.
 
War Football: World War I and the Birth of the NFL
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War Football: World War I and the Birth of the NFL

Serb, Chris
For anyone interested in the early days of football and its interaction with the U.S. military, this book will prove to be a valuable reference.
 
Red Grange: The Life and Legacy of the NFL’s First Superstar
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Red Grange: The Life and Legacy of the NFL’s First Superstar

Willis, Chris
A highly recommended picture of a football legend and one of the league’s first superstars.
 
The Girls: An All-American Town, a Predatory Doctor, and the Untold Story of the Gymnasts Who Brought Him Down

The Girls: An All-American Town, a Predatory Doctor, and the Untold Story of the Gymnasts Who Brought Him Down

Pesta, Abigail
While the book is difficult to read at times owing to the details of sexual violence, it may be the most important sports title of the year. Pesta’s in-depth reporting reveals the entire scope of Nassar’s history, and the many who enabled his behavior. Highly recommended.

Never Settle: Sports, Family, and the American Soul
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Never Settle: Sports, Family, and the American Soul

Smith, Marty
A personal, at times deeply moving, and breezy read. Highly recommended for all sports fans wishing to learn more about Smith and the variety of coverage he’s produced over the years.

Homegrown: How the Red Sox Built a Champion from the Ground Up
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Homegrown: How the Red Sox Built a Champion from the Ground Up

Speier, Alex
Speier’s thorough account provides a fascinating look at the building of an elite baseball club. Fans of the Red Sox wishing to learn more about the work that went into assembling this team will not want to miss this.

Blood, Sweat, and Tears: Jake Gaither, Florida A&M, and the History of Black College Football
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Blood, Sweat, and Tears: Jake Gaither, Florida A&M, and the History of Black College Football

White, Derrick E
A valuable resource for future scholars and for anyone interested in black college football.

Earl Campbell: Yards After Contact
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Earl Campbell: Yards After Contact

Price, Asher
Will appeal to readers wishing to learn more about Campbell and this era of both college and professional sports as well as Texas history.

Pioneer Coaches of the NFL: Shaping the Game in the Days of Leather Helmets and 60-Minute Men
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Pioneer Coaches of the NFL: Shaping the Game in the Days of Leather Helmets and 60-Minute Men

Maxymuk, John
An important study of coaches who helped to change professional football into the thriving game that would eventually surpass all other American sports in popularity. Recommended for sports fans, historians, scholars, and all library collections.

My Life on the Line: How the NFL Damn Near Killed Me, and Ended Up Saving My Life
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My Life on the Line: How the NFL Damn Near Killed Me, and Ended Up Saving My Life

O’Callaghan, Ryan & Cyd Zeigler
This no-holds-barred account reveals O’Callaghan’s long journey to recovery and self-acceptance, and provides hope for anyone, not only professional athletes, living life in the shadows. Recommended for all sports fans and readers interested in social, cultural, and LGBTQ history.

America’s Game
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America’s Game

Rice, Jerry & Randy O. Williams
This is more an unfocused grab bag than a book with a coherent narrative.

One-Way Ticket: Nine Lives on Two Wheels

One-Way Ticket: Nine Lives on Two Wheels

Vaughters, Jonathan
Vaughters rode during a bike racing era that can be described as astonishingly wild and potently drug-fueled. His honest take is refreshing and required reading. For all libraries.

The MVP Machine: How Baseball’s New Nonconformists Are Using Data To Build Better Players
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The MVP Machine: How Baseball’s New Nonconformists Are Using Data To Build Better Players

Lindbergh, Ben & Travis Sawchik
This data-driven account is intended for hard-core baseball fans; anyone interested in player development will find this extremely captivating.

All the Wrong Moves: A Memoir About Chess, Love, and Ruining Everything
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All the Wrong Moves: A Memoir About Chess, Love, and Ruining Everything

Chapin, Sasha
Chapin has an engaging way of describing chess games and the complexities in which players formulate their moves across the board. Chess enthusiasts will find this comical memoir with a sarcastic tone entertaining to the end when he shares the secret of chess.

Casting into the Light: Tales of a Fishing Life
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Casting into the Light: Tales of a Fishing Life

Messineo, Janet
Although Messineo’s voice is rough around the edges, it adds to the authenticity of her narrative. Readers interested in fishing and ocean ecology as well as women’s memoirs will be drawn to this story.

For the Good of the Game: The Inside Story of the Surprising and Dramatic Transformation of Major League Baseball

For the Good of the Game: The Inside Story of the Surprising and Dramatic Transformation of Major League Baseball

Selig, Bud
Selig’s extraordinary time as commissioner is a story worth telling. All baseball fans, especially those interested in how the sport overcame the steroid era, owe it to themselves to take a look.

Just Show Up: And Other Enduring Values from Baseball’s Iron Man

Just Show Up: And Other Enduring Values from Baseball’s Iron Man

Ripken, Cal, Jr. & James Dale
A thoughtful and uplifting selection for readers of all ages. This is an ideal choice for students and new graduates as well as anyone seeking inspiration, written by a beloved baseball legend.

Running to the Edge: A Band of Misfits and the Guru Who Unlocked the Secrets of Speed

Running to the Edge: A Band of Misfits and the Guru Who Unlocked the Secrets of Speed

Futterman, Matthew
A fascinating look at the history of U.S. distance running with plenty of grit, innovative approaches, near disasters, and fun.

The Rise of the Ultra Runners: A Journey to the Edge of Human Endurance
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The Rise of the Ultra Runners: A Journey to the Edge of Human Endurance

Finn, Adharanand
Finn’s account of ultrarunning is a gripping read for the casual runner to the experienced athlete. New and established fans will be enthralled

Inside the Empire: The True Power Behind the New York Yankees
PREMIUM

Inside the Empire: The True Power Behind the New York Yankees

Klapisch, Bob & Paul Solotaroff
This work reads as a fun and candid conversation with friends who have inside access to your favorite team. It will be enjoyed by devoted Yankees fans and general baseball enthusiasts alike.

Football Families
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Football Families

John Maxymuk,  Aug 20, 2018
I Believe That We Will Win: The Path to a US Men's World Cup Victory
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I Believe That We Will Win: The Path to a US Men's World Cup Victory

West, Phil
Recommended for all soccer fans and readers interested in a deep dive into the U.S. men's soccer team, specifically the developmental program. Casual sports fans or readers may have a difficult time owing to West's lack of narrative style, making for an occasionally dense read.
The Away Game: The Epic Search for Soccer's Next Superstars
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The Away Game: The Epic Search for Soccer's Next Superstars

Abbot, Sebastian
Recommended for soccer fans, especially those who wonder why their favorite team doesn't have a Messi of its own.
What's Wrong with Us? A Coach's Blunt Take on the State of American Soccer After a Lifetime on the Touchline
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What's Wrong with Us? A Coach's Blunt Take on the State of American Soccer After a Lifetime on the Touchline

Steve Kettmann
Recommended for sports fans and soccer enthusiasts at all levels.
Men in Blazers Present Encyclopedia Blazertannica: A Suboptimal Guide to Soccer, America's
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Men in Blazers Present Encyclopedia Blazertannica: A Suboptimal Guide to Soccer, America's "Sport of the Future" Since 1972

Michael Davies
Whether read cover to cover or casually browsed, this mix of soccer history, personal accounts, and irresistible humor will engage and inform both new and seasoned fans, especially in time for the 2018 World Cup.
Red Card: How the U.S. Blew the Whistle on the World's Biggest Sports Scandal
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Red Card: How the U.S. Blew the Whistle on the World's Biggest Sports Scandal

Bensinger, Ken
Not solely for soccer fans but also those curious about organized crime—not least for the references to Eliot Ness and his team of Untouchables—and international intrigue.
The Language of the Game: How To Understand Soccer
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The Language of the Game: How To Understand Soccer

Dubois, Laurent
Fans and neophytes alike will appreciate this eclectic offering and its passionate view of soccer's global influence.
Masters of Modern Soccer: How the World's Best Play the Twenty-First-Century Game

Masters of Modern Soccer: How the World's Best Play the Twenty-First-Century Game

Wahl, Grant
One of the best books on the sport, alongside Raphael Honigstein's Das Reboot and Simon Kuper and Stefan Szymanski's Soccernomics, this gem of a work will appeal to longtime soccer fans and budding enthusiasts.
The Shift: The Next Evolution in Baseball Thinking
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The Shift: The Next Evolution in Baseball Thinking

Carleton, Russell A.
Carleton's refreshingly insightful, witty, and deceptively breezy exploration details the false sense of security that statistical methodology can offer. By highlighting the "human" aspects of the sport, Carleton succeeds in writing a "love poem (with decimal points)" that belongs on the shelf of every baseball fan.
Gehrig and the Babe: The Friendship and the Feud
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Gehrig and the Babe: The Friendship and the Feud

Castro, Tony
A number of facts and elements of the story are repeated more than necessary, so the flow of the narrative sometimes feels disorganized. Still, this remains an intriguing read for baseball history buffs. Babe Ruth's early career off-field debauchery is not described explicitly but may make this title inappropriate for adolescent readers.
Insight Pitch: My Life as a Major League Closer
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Insight Pitch: My Life as a Major League Closer

Lockwood, Skip
Casual baseball fans young and old will greatly enjoy this book.
Ninety Percent Mental: An All-Star Player Turned Mental Skills Coach Reveals the Hidden Game of Baseball
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Ninety Percent Mental: An All-Star Player Turned Mental Skills Coach Reveals the Hidden Game of Baseball

Scott Miller
While not quite practical enough for self-help, readers interested in how professional athletes mentally prepare for big (and little) games will enjoy the stories shared.
Alou: My Baseball Journey
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Alou: My Baseball Journey

Alou, Felipe & Peter Kerasotis
The authors give a full picture of Alou's arduous and, at times, lonely experience in MLB. Highly recommended for public libraries where baseball is followed, particularly for those who serve Latin American communities.
Gator: My Life in Pinstripes
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Gator: My Life in Pinstripes

Andrew Beaton
A worthy contribution to the many works by and about former New York Yankees. Baseball and sports lovers will enjoy this page-turning memoir.
I'm Keith Hernandez
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I'm Keith Hernandez

Hernandez, Keith
Hernandez's unique analysis of the immense pressure to succeed in an unforgiving game will be well received.
Tinker to Evers to Chance: The Chicago Cubs and the Dawn of Modern America
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Tinker to Evers to Chance: The Chicago Cubs and the Dawn of Modern America

Rapp, David
Highly recommended for baseball fans and those interested in early 20th-century American history.
A Season in the Sun: The Rise of Mickey Mantle
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A Season in the Sun: The Rise of Mickey Mantle

Johnny Smith
Highly recommended for fans of sports, Americana, and those seeking an informative historical read.
Biz Mackey, a Giant Behind the Plate: The Story of the Negro League Star and Hall of Fame Catcher

Biz Mackey, a Giant Behind the Plate: The Story of the Negro League Star and Hall of Fame Catcher

Westcott, Rich
An excellent addition to works on the history of baseball.
El Grande
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El Grande

El Grande was released in 1995 and is considered to be the granddaddy of area control games (who has the most playing pieces in one area), winning the prestigious Spiel des Jahres in 1996...
Great Western Trail
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Great Western Trail

Great Western Trail is at its heart a racing game in which players try to buy the best cows to sell at the highest value at the highest market...
Raiders of the North Sea
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Raiders of the North Sea

Raiders of the North Sea began as a Kickstarter project from Australia that went on to be nominated for the Kennerspiel des Jahres in 2017...
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