A daily adrenaline rush for sports fans. Its the obsessive fans daily rush—the facts, the stats, the come-from-behind victories, the legendary plays, and the personalities that transcend the sport. Mets pitcher Roger Craigs 18-game losing streak ends with a 7–3 win over the Cubs. (Craig would end the season with a 5–22 record.) Mary Decker-Tabb sees a race advertised in her local paper, enters on a lark—and crushes the 10,000-meter WR by more than 41 seconds. In a sudden-death playoff, Greg Norman misses two putts and loses the PGA championship to Paul Azinger. Plus trivia, Who? What? When? Where?, and quotes: “All hockey players are bilingual. They know English and profanity.”—Gordie Howe. Printed on responsibly sourced paper and 100% recyclable.
Publisher: Hachette Book Group
Item ID: 9781523518814