New Releases

  • All In
    The Story of LeBron James and the 2016 NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers

    (Sports Publishing)
    The Cleveland Cavaliers franchise has been in existence for more than forty-five years, and it hasn’t been an easy ride for the team or their fans, with many ups and downs along the way. They had seen the “Miracle in Richfield” in 1976, “The Shot” by Michael Jordan to knock them out of the playoffs in... [READ MORE]
  • Back on Top!
    The Alabama Crimson Tide's 2015-16 Championship Football Season

    (Sports Publishing)
    It was fitting that Alabama and Clemson put on one of college’s football’s greatest ever championship games on a magical January night in Glendale, Arizona, with a dazzling display of athleticism, power and heart. When it was done, the Crimson Tide emerged with a jaw-dropping 45-40 victory and secured... [READ MORE]
  • "Bad News"
    The Turbulent Life of Marvin Barnes, Pro Basketball’s Original Renegade

    (Sports Publishing)
    Marvin “Bad News” Barnes was considered a future Hall of Fame basketball player before he even graduated from college. A standout at Providence College, where he averaged 20.7 points and 17.9 rebounds per game, he was an All-American with the world at his fingertips.Although Barnes enjoyed two highly... [READ MORE]
  • Behind the Net
    106 Incredible Hockey Stories

    (Sports Publishing)
    In Behind the Net, first published in 2013 and now for the first time in paperback and newly updated, Stan Fischler includes a collection of short, zany (but true!) tales that have taken place over more than a half century of hockey-watching. An easy read for fans of all ages with photos to accompany... [READ MORE]
  • Beneath the Surface
    My Story

    (Sports Publishing)
    Prepare to peek into the mind of a champion, known as the most decorated Olympian of all time with 28 medals, including 23 gold, with this newly updated edition of Michael Phelps’s autobiography, Beneath the Surface.In this candid memoir, Phelps talks openly about his battle with attention deficit disorder,... [READ MORE]
  • Big Papi
    David Ortiz, Thanks for the Memories

    (Sports Publishing)
    David Ortiz first won over the Fenway faithful in 2003 with his monstrous home runs, beaming smile, big hugs, and kind heart. The following fall, he proved heroic, belting walk-off hits in Games 4 and 5 of the ALCS in an epic series comeback over Jeter’s Yankees. His legendary feats helped the Red Sox... [READ MORE]
  • Canes vs. Gators
    Inside the Legendary Miami Hurricanes and Florida Gators Football Rivalry

    (Sports Publishing)
    All parties seem to be in agreement that the rivalry between the University of Miami and the University of Florida is as nasty and historical as they come; going back to the thirties, it’s the state of Florida’s oldest major rivalry. Gators beat writer Pat Dooley described the vitriolic rivalry to the... [READ MORE]
  • Cubs by the Numbers
    A Complete Team History of the Chicago Cubs by Uniform Number

    (Sports Publishing)
    What do Dizzy Dean, Catfish Metkovich, John Boccabella, Bill Buckner, Mark Prior, and Jason Heyward all have in common? They all wore number 22 for the Chicago Cubs, even though eight decades have passed between the last time Dizzy Dean buttoned up a Cubs uniform with that number and the first timeoutfielder... [READ MORE]
  • Facing Kobe Bryant
    Players, Coaches, and Broadcasters Recall the Greatest Basketball Player of His Generation

    (Sports Publishing)
    When he entered the NBA in 1996 as a high-school star from Lower Merion, Pennsylvania, Kobe Bryant faced enormous expectations. No one can deny that he rose to the challenge. Nineteen years later, Bryant’s status as a Hall of Fame player is assured. During his stellar career, Bryant won five NBA championships;... [READ MORE]
  • Facing Michael Jordan
    Players Recall the Greatest Basketball Player Who Ever Lived

    (Sports Publishing)
    Whatever you call him, Michael Jeffrey Jordan can be considered one of the greatest basketball players of all time. During his career, Jordan won six NBA championships and was a fourteen-time All-Star, five-time NBA MVP, and six-time NBA Finals MVP. To say Jordan was dominant during his career would... [READ MORE]
  • The Fastest Man Alive
    The True Story of Usain Bolt

    (Sports Publishing)
    Before he shattered the 100-meter and 200-meter sprint records, becoming the fastest man in the world and a household name, Usain Bolt was just a skinny kid from the Jamaican parish of Trelawny. With humble beginnings, Bolt’s life changed in August 2008 when the Olympic men’s 100-meter starter pistol... [READ MORE]
  • Fightin' Words
    Kentucky vs. Louisville

    (Sports Publishing)
    The long-standing rivalry between the Kentucky Wildcats and the Louisville Cardinals is one of the most heated in college basketball. Facing off against each other on the court for over a century, the intrastate rivalry became red-hot over thirty years ago when the two faced each other in 1983 NCAA tournament,... [READ MORE]
  • The Game Changers
    Abner Haynes, Leon King, and the Fall of Major College Football’s Color Barrier in Texas

    (Sports Publishing)
    The accepted narrative in football-crazy Texas is that racial integral came to the state’s “national sport” in the mid-1960s, generally associated with Jerry LeVias’ celebrated arrival at SMU in Dallas. But the landmark achievement actually took place quietly almost a decade earlier only about an hour... [READ MORE]
  • Game of My Life: Cleveland Browns
    Memorable Stories of Browns Football

    (Sports Publishing)
    For the city of Cleveland and the fans of the Browns, it’s not just a football team: it’s a way of life. From rabid fan clubs all around the country to fans around Northeast Ohio wearing the colors of the brown and orange, time stops when the Browns take the field each week. The team joined the NFL in... [READ MORE]
  • Game of My Life Indianapolis Colts
    Memorable Stories of Colts Football

    (Sports Publishing)
    In 1984, after more than thirty years as the Baltimore Colts, the franchise moved to their present home in Indianapolis, where they began their tenure as one of the most successful NFL teams.In Game of My Life Indianapolis Colts, devoted fans can join their beloved team in the action on the field and... [READ MORE]
  • Game of My Life San Diego Chargers
    Memorable Stories of Chargers Football

    (Sports Publishing)
    Since their founding in 1959, the San Diego Chargers have tackled their way into the hearts of devoted SoCal football fans. In Game of My Life San Diego Chargers, fans can immerse themselves in all the greatest moments in Chargers history. Die-hard Chargers fan and award-winning sports writer Jay Paris... [READ MORE]
  • The Heisman Trophy
    The Story of an American Icon and Its Winners

    (Sports Publishing)
    The Heisman Trophy covers the full history of the Heisman Trophy, from its first winner, Jay Berwanger, to Notre Dame’s dominating run, and everything in between, up through the 2015 selection of Derrick Henry. It details the rise of the Heisman Hype, Archie Griffin's continued place as its only two-time... [READ MORE]
  • I Was There!
    Joe Buck, Bob Costas, Jim Nantz, and Others Relive the Most Exciting Sporting Events of Their Lives

    (Sports Publishing)
    Take a trip through sports history through the eyes of those covering the biggest events of all-time. In I Was There! sixty-five of the biggest names in sports broadcasting and journalism share their personal experiences at the Top 5 sports moments they each saw in person.From cultural phenomena like... [READ MORE]
  • Legends of Pro Wrestling
    150 Years of Headlocks, Body Slams, and Piledrivers

    (Sports Publishing)
    Legends of Pro Wrestling offers the first comprehensive look at the entire world of wrestling. With detailed biographies and never-before-seen statistics of some of the greatest athletes in the sport, you will be able to read about hundreds of wrestlers, dating back to the mid-1800s. As the first of... [READ MORE]
  • Miracle Moments in Montreal Canadiens History
    The Turning Points, The Memorable Games, The Incredible Records

    (Sports Publishing)
    The Habs, Les Glorieux, La Sainte Flanelle—the Montreal Canadiens have almost as many nicknames as they do Stanley Cup Championships: twenty-four. In Miracle Moments in Montreal Canadiens History, the first book of a new sports series, Montreal native Jim Hynes details twenty-four memorable moments in... [READ MORE]
  • The Original Six
    How the Canadiens, Bruins, Rangers, Blackhawks, Maple Leafs, and Red Wings Laid the Groundwork for Today’s National Hockey League

    (Sports Publishing)
    Since the inception of the National Hockey League on November 26, 1917, the sport of hockey has been one of the most popular games across the globe.After the National Hockey Association (NHA), which had been founded in 1909, ceased operations, the NHL took over and became a mainstay for the sport. While... [READ MORE]
  • Peyton Manning
    A Quarterback for the Ages

    (Sports Publishing)
    It’s impossible to overstate Peyton Manning’s football legacy. He holds every major record for an NFL quarterback, including most career touchdown passes, most touchdown passes in a single season, most passing yards in a single season, and most games with a perfect passer rating. On February 7, 2016,... [READ MORE]
  • Rangers vs. Islanders
    Denis Potvin, Mark Messier, and Everything Else You Wanted to Know about New York’s Greatest Hockey Rivalry

    (Sports Publishing)
    The intrastate rivalry between the Islanders and the Rangers is like no other in the NHL. Playing in the same league and with home rinks mere miles from one another, these two teams face off against each other multiple times a season. With devoted fans on either side backing their personal hometown favorites,... [READ MORE]
  • A Season for the Ages
    How the 2016 Chicago Cubs Brought a World Series Championship to the North Side

    (Sports Publishing)
    No doubt, you’ve heard about the Cubs’ decades-long run of futility. They hadn’t won a pennant in seventy-one years or a World Series in a record 108 years. To the frustration of Cubs fans everywhere, the team often missed chances with soul-crushing defeats.But after a complete teardown that resulted... [READ MORE]
  • So You Think You’re a Dallas Cowboys Fan?
    Stars, Stats, Records, and Memories for True Diehards

    (Sports Publishing)
    So You Think You’re a Dallas Cowboys Fan? tests and expands your knowledge of America’s Team. Rather than merely posing questions and providing answers, you’ll get details behind each—stories that bring to life players and coaches, games and seasons.This book, the first in a new sports trivia series,... [READ MORE]
  • So You Think You're a Kentucky Wildcats Basketball Fan?
    Stars, Stats, Records, and Memories for True Diehards

    (Sports Publishing)
    More than a just a trivia book, So You Think You’re A Kentucky Basketball Fan challenges your knowledge of Wildcats basketball with stories behind each question and answer that brings the history of this legendary team to life.This book, part of a new sports trivia series, is divided into four parts,... [READ MORE]
  • Tales from the Duke Blue Devils Locker Room
    A Collection of the Greatest Duke Basketball Stories Ever Told

    (Sports Publishing)
    The Duke Blue Devils have a long and glorious history of success, and that history comes alive within these pages, as detailed by Duke historian James Sumner. The Blue Devils’ storied past includes forty NCAA tournament appearances, sixteen trips to the final four and five national titles. Duke University... [READ MORE]
  • Tales from the New Jersey Devils Locker Room
    A Collection of the Greatest Devils Stories Ever Told

    (Sports Publishing)
    From the moment Dr. John McMullen brought professional hockey to New Jersey to the moment Scott Stevens lifted the Stanley Cup over his head for the third time, the Garden State has been in love with its New Jersey Devils. In Tales from the New Jersey Devils Locker Room, former New Jersey goalie Chico... [READ MORE]
  • Tales from the New York Jets Sideline
    A Collection of the Greatest Jets Stories Ever Told

    (Sports Publishing)
    For more than fifty-five seasons, the New York Jets have not basked in an abundance of pride and glory. Sure, they were led to the "promised land" by Joe Namath with the stunning Super Bowl III upset victory that capped the magical 1968 season. Since then, however, the Jets have careened through life... [READ MORE]
  • Tales from the West Virginia Mountaineers Sideline
    A Collection of the Greatest Mountaineers Stories Ever Told

    (Sports Publishing)
    No one knows Mountaineers football better than Don Nehlen, head coach of the Mountaineers from 1980 until 2001. Now fans of this dynamic collegiate powerhouse will relive the greatest moments in West Virginia football through the eyes of its most successful coach.When Coach Nehlen arrived in Morgantown... [READ MORE]
  • The Uncrowned Champs
    How the 1963 San Diego Chargers Would Have Won the Super Bowl

    (Sports Publishing)
    Before the inception of the Super Bowl—football’s face-off of the best teams to find out who is truly superior—the two leagues (AFL and NFL) would each have their own championship game. This bad blood stuck around until the merger of the leagues in 1966.Since beginning play in 1960, the American Football... [READ MORE]
  • The Kentucky Wildcats are the winningest program in the history of college basketball, and this newly revised edition of the University of Kentucky Basketball Encyclopedia is the most comprehensive book ever assembled on the history of this extraordinary team. Written in a unique, easy-to-read style... [READ MORE]
  • The View from the O-Line
    Football According to NFL Offensive Linemen and an Uncommon Coach

    (Sports Publishing)
    The View from the O-Line is an NFL narrative that has yet to be told, about men who game-in and game-out take grueling physical punishment without the expectation of fame and media attention. These are the men who make up the offensive line.Howard Mudd spent more than forty years in the NFL, first as... [READ MORE]
  • Year of the Dunk
    My Search for the History, Science, and Human Potential in Basketball’s Most Dramatic Play

    (Sports Publishing)
    The showmanship of basketball’s slam dunk mesmerized Asher Price as a child, but even with his height (six foot plus) and impressive wingspan, he never pushed himself to try it—until now. Approaching middle age, Asher decides to spend a year remaking his body and testing his mind as he wonders what untapped... [READ MORE]

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