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  • Spanning the Worldby Len Berman

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 11.24

    Go Spanning the World with Len Berman in this wildly entertaining, insightful, and often hilarious book that takes sports fans behind the scenes and inside locker rooms. One of the most popular television sports personalities?known for his "Spanning the World" segments on NBC's Today show?Len Berman delivers his unique view of the world of sports,... more...

  • Hockey Haikuby John Poch; Chad Davidson

    St. Martin's Press 2007; US$ 8.99

    The greatest collection of hockey-related poetry this or any house has ever published, and a watershed moment in American letters. Hockey haiku is the most rarefied of the haiku genres, and it represents the perfect union of graceful brutality, ordered chaos, and the blood that courses through our veins...and onto the ice. Hockey Haiku: The... more...

  • Total Accessby Rich Eisen

    St. Martin's Press 2007; US$ 23.99

    Rich Eisen always wanted to write a book, not only because he has a lot of fun, interesting stories he's been dying to share with everyone, but also because he's interviewed hundreds of athletes--many of whom like to refer to themselves in the third person. In his eleven years as a national television sportscaster, Rich Eisen has been envious of those... more...

  • The Bowler's Holding, the Batsman's Willeyby Geoff Tibballs

    Ebury Publishing 2010; US$ 12.68

    'He dribbles a lot and the opposition doesn't like it - you can see it all over their faces' - Ron Atkinson 'Rugby is a good occasion for keeping thirty bullies far from the city centre' - Oscar Wilde Whether over the moon or sick as a parrot, sportsmen and women can invariably be relied upon to come out with a humorous quote...even if it's... more...

  • The Dangerous Book for Boatersby Marlin Bree

    Marlor Press 2009; US$ 3.99

    Marlin Bree is a veteran boater who built his own sloop, Persistence , and sailed it maybe into too many waterfronts and lived it up with too many waterfront characters. And he may have stayed a little bit too long, for the resultant book is definitely not for everyone. Still, the author has in his lifetime, been a metropolitan daily newspaperman,... more...

  • Duke Sucksby Reed Tucker; Andy Bagwell

    St. Martin's Press 2012; US$ 15.99

    In the ranks of NCAA college basketball, Duke University is like something scraped off the bottom of a shoe. It's like a nasty virus you catch from a door handle at a public toilet. No team in sports is as uniquely hated as those smug, entitled, floor-slapping, fist-pumping, insufferable Blue Devils. The loathing has almost reached the level of a... more...

  • The Wit of Cricketby Barry Johnston

    Hodder & Stoughton 2010; Not Available

    A bumper collection of the funniest anecdotes, jokes and stories from cricket's best-loved personalities. Cricket is a funny old game -- even when rain stops play! Now you can read not only the most popular stories by five of the game's all-time great characters -- Richie Benaud, Dickie Bird, Henry Blofeld, Brian Johnston and Fred Trueman - but also... more...

  • Arm-ball to Zooterby Lawrence Booth

    Penguin Books Ltd 2007; US$ 11.27

    What's the difference between short leg and deep midwicket ? When would you be thinking about bowling a yorker ? What's so great about the sound of leather on willow ? Cricket?s vocabulary is a mixture of jargon and cliché, poetry and prose, misty-eyed romanticism and old-gits? cynicism. Arm-ball to Zooter is a witty guide to the peculiarities... more...

  • Golf, It's Just a Gameby Bruce Lansky

    Meadowbrook 2011; US$ 5.99

    This book contains some of the funniest comments ever made about golf, as well as some wonderfully clever golf cartoons. There's a smile on every page. This book contains some of the funniest comments ever made about golf by Lee Trevino, Arnold Palmer, Harvey Penick, Bob Hope, Buddy Hackett, Lewis Grizzard, Gerald Ford, and others. You'll also find... more...

  • The Yogi Bookby Yogi Berra

    Workman Publishing Company 1998; US$ 9.95

    Celebrate one of the greatest and most beloved baseball players who ever lived?and certainly the most quoted. The Yogi Book is the New York Times bestseller filled with Yogi Berra?s immortal sayings, plus photographs, a career timeline, and appreciations by some of his greatest fans, including Billy Crystal and Tim McCarver. Yogi Berra's gift... more...