Sports Publishing Fall 2020Mike FreemanFootball's Fearless ActivistsHow Colin Kaepernick, Eric Reid, Kenny Stills, and Fellow Athletes Stood Up to the NFL andPresident TrumpFor the first time, here is the full story of the NFL player protests thatrocked a nation and turned our country upside down. This is the players'side, one that has largely been ignored by the media.On September 1, 2016, Colin Kaepernick took a knee before a preseasongame. Little did he, nor anyone else, know the ramifications from thatdecision. Since being exiled from the National Football League, Kaepernickhas stood strong against all those who have attacked him. He and others whotook a knee against racial inequality and police brutality have been ridiculed,mocked, threatened, and some have even lost their jobs. They have fearedfor their safety and that of their loved ones.But what made Kaepernick kneel, and the entire country turn a silent protestinto a national pandemic? One person: President Donald Trump.For the first time, veteran journalist Mike Freeman sits down with thosedirectly involved in the protests—the players—to find out how things reallywent down. Readers will learn why they decided to protest, how racism andthe murdering of innocent men of color directly affected them, how thepolitics of protest affected their professional and personal lives, and ifanything has even changed for the better.MONTH: September 24.99 ( 33.99 CAD) HardcoverWorld CQ 36ISBN: 978-1-68358-350-96 x 9 256 pagesEbook ISBN 978-1-68358-351-6Sports & Recreation/FootballIncluding interviews with Colin Kaepernick, Eric Reid, Kenny Stills, MichaelBennett, Richard Sherman, and numerous others, see first-hand how themedia, President Trump, and the National Football League took a peacefulmessage for change and turned it on its head. They changed the narrative,accusing these men of being “anti-America,” “anti-military,” and“disrespecting the flag.”In Football’s Fearless Activists, Freeman offers an opportunity to understandwhat these protests meant to the players, and how the hatred from themedia, President, NFL owners, and some Americans was not onlyunwarranted, but anti-American.Mike Freeman is an NFL Columnist for Bleacher Report. A veteran journalist,he has covered the NFL for the Dallas Morning News, BostonGlobe,Washington Post, New York Times, and CBS Sports.com. In addition, hehas been a contributor to CNN, The Jim Rome Show, and The Tony KornheiserShow. Freeman is the author of eight books, including Jim Brown: The FierceLife of an American Hero and Snake: The Legendary Life of Ken Stabler. Helives in Montclair, New Jersey.1
Sports Publishing Fall 2020Todd RadomWinning UglyA Visual History of the Most Bizarre Baseball Uniforms Ever WornBaseball, our national pastime. All fans have great memories of theirteams. We also remember those things that we wish we could forget: theerrors, the mental mistakes . . . and the ugly uniforms.In an ode to those eyesores, Todd Radom has collected and chronicled someof the swing-and-misses we’ve seen on the baseball diamond. Rememberwhen the Chicago White Sox thought wearing shorts in 1977 was a goodidea? How about when the Baltimore Orioles wore their all-orange jerseys in1971? Do you remember the 1999 “Turn Ahead the Clock” campaign? Or themost recent all-camo jerseys of the San Diego Padres?Yes, there is much to talk about when it comes to the odd uniform decisionsteams have made over the years. But just like there’s love out there forFrench bulldogs or Christmas sweaters, ugly uniforms hold a warm place inthe heart of all baseball fans, and Winning Ugly is just that: an ode to ourfavorites from today and yesterday that bring smiles and sighs to all baseballfans.Sure, they didn’t affect wins and losses (unless you mention Chris Sale), but afan’s love and ire goes well beyond the current standings. Whether yourteam appears in Winning Ugly or not, fans of the sport will enjoy reliving themoments most teams would like to forget.MONTH: September 19.99 ( 26.99 CAD) PaperbackWorld CQ 20ISBN: 978-1-68358-395-09 x 8 176 pagesSports & Recreation/Baseball/General100 full-color/b&w photographs and illustrationsthroughoutTodd Radom is an independent graphic designer and consultant specializingin branding for professional sports franchises and events. He has created theofficial logos for Super Bowls and multiple All-Star Games, as well as thevisual identities for many pro franchises. Among the leading designers in thesports industry, his nearly three decades of work in the field have resulted insome of the most familiar icons of our popular culture. He has been profiledor quoted in many national publications and has written for The New YorkTimes and Sporting News, as well as authoring Winning Ugly: A Visual Historyof the Most Bizarre Baseball Uniforms Ever Worn.2
Sports Publishing Fall 2020Rick TelanderHeaven Is a Playground5th Edition"The best basketball book I've ever read." —Barack ObamaHeaven Is a Playground, now in its fifth edition to include more informationon Fly Williams, was the first book on the uniquely American phenomenon ofurban basketball. Rick Telander, a photojournalist and former high schoolbasketball player, spent part of the summer of 1973 and all of the summer of1974 in Brooklyn living the playground life with his subjects at Foster Park inFlatbush. He slept on the floor of a park regular’s apartment, observing,questioning, traveling, playing with, and eventually coaching a ragtag groupof local teenagers whose hopes of better lives were often fanatically attachedto the transcendent game itself.Telander introduces us to Fly Williams, a playground legend with incredibleleaping ability and self-destructive tendencies that threatened to keep himearthbound.Another standout was Albert King, a fifteen-year-old phenom whose shy,quiet demeanor masked an otherworldly talent that eventually took him tothe NBA. This edition also includes Telander’s perspectives on the arrival ofan NBA team in Brooklyn. Heaven Is a Playground is one of a kind—a funny,sad, ultimately inspiring book about Americans and the roots of the sportthat they love.MONTH: September 19.99 ( 26.99 CAD) HardcoverWorld CQ 30ISBN: 978-1-68358-360-86 x 9 272 pagesRick Telander is a sports columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times and a formersenior writer for Sports Illustrated and ESPN: the Magazine. Telander has wonthe Illinois Sportswriter of the Year Award nine times, and in 2018 he wasawarded the Sigma Delta Chi Award for Journalism from the Society ofProfessional Journalists. He is the author of eight books, including In the Yearof the Bull.Sports & Recreation/Basketball3
Sports Publishing Fall 2020Tyler SmithCalled for TravelingMy Nomadic Life Playing Pro Basketball around the WorldThe entertaining story of a professional basketball player's journey fromJapan to Uruguay and even to the NBA!Called for Traveling is a pro basketball journey that spans four continents,seven countries and twelve teams over eleven hilarious and adventurousyears. After playing his college ball at Penn State, Tyler Smith had a path inmind of where he wanted his pro basketball career to lead. Bringing his owntoilet paper to away games, courts made of concrete, and fully-geared riotpolice at every stadium were not part of his original dream.Where were all the big contracts people talked about? Would he even have ajob next season—or next week? And would he be playing for free this monthbecause the team didn’t feel like paying him?In this highly unstable and unorthodox overseas lifestyle as a professionalbasketball player, Smith draws readers in quickly with his humor and abilityto share his clever stories that seem outrageous, but are 100 percent true.His attitude and faith are tested relentlessly through bounced paychecks,injuries, and the seemingly endless frustrating reality of people around himspeaking a language he could not understand.MONTH: September 17.99 ( 24.99 CAD) PaperbackWORLD CQ 30ISBN: 978-1-68358-378-36 x 9 384 pagesSports & Recreation/History20 color photosFrom Italy to Japan to Uruguay, and even the NBA, the challenges andadventures only accelerate as Tyler’s wife and kids are added to the overseasequation. His unique story is highly engaging whether or not you’re abasketball junkie. Called for Traveling is an honest and entertaining insidelook at one man’s journey playing pro basketball around the world.Tyler Smith was a three-year starter on the men's basketball team at PennState and was an Academic All-American. He played a key role during PennState's run to the 2001 NCAA Sweet 16 when they knocked off North Carolinaen route to PSU's best season in almost fifty years. Following his graduationfrom Penn State, Smith played professional basketball for eleven years in theUS and overseas. He lives in State College, Pennsylvania with his wife Caraand daughters Hannah, Lexi, and Tori.4
Sports Publishing Fall 2020Bob Gretz, Peter GrathoffTales from the Kansas City Chiefs SidelineA Collection of the Greatest Chiefs Stories Ever ToldRelive the best stories of Chiefs football—newly updated through the 2019–2020 season!Beginning with their founding as the Dallas Texans of the American FootballLeague in 1960, the Kansas City Chiefs have been one of professionalfootball’s most storied franchises. In Tales from the Kansas City ChiefsSideline, veteran sportswriter Bob Gretz brings the team’s rich history to life.Gretz begins with the Chiefs’ visionary, 27-year-old owner Lamar Hunt, whofounded not only a team but an entire league. After the Texans won the AFLchampionship in 1962, Hunt moved the team out of his hometown to KansasCity. Two Super Bowl appearances as the representative of the AFLculminated in a Chiefs’ championship in 1970, despite being a double-digitunderdog to the Minnesota Vikings. It would be the final game featuring anAFL team, as the Chiefs and nine other teams merged with the NFL. Gretzcovers the battles leading up to the merger along with the high and lowpoints in team history—the lean years (1972–88); the “Carl and Marty” era,when the team made the play-offs in six consecutive seasons; the “Joe andMarcus” show of 1993; the dismal 2008 season; and the team’s 2013 renewalunder Andy Reid and John Dorsey.Tales from the Kansas City Chiefs Sideline is a must-have for any Chiefs fan!MONTH: September 19.99 ( 26.99 CAD) HardcoverWorld CQ 36ISBN: 978-1-68358-381-35.5 x 8.25 256 pagesSports & Recreation/Football25 B&W illustrationsBob Gretz has been writing about the NFL since 1977. In 1981, he begancovering the Chiefs for the Kansas City Times and Kansas City Star, and he’sbeen hanging around Arrowhead Stadium ever since. He spent eighteenyears as part of the Chiefs Radio Network game-day broadcasts, and he wasthe lead columnist on the team’s website, KCChiefs.com, for ten years. Forthe last several years, he’s operated his own website, BobGretz.com, devotedto the Chiefs and the NFL. His writing has been honored by the AssociatedPress Sports Editors and the Pro Football Writers of America. He lives inOverland Park, Kansas.Pete Grathoff has written about the NFL since 1995, and has been coveringsports for the Kansas City Star for the past 22 years. That includes coverageof the Kansas City Chiefs over the previous six years. He has been a part ofprojects honored by the Associated Press Sports Editors. A native of St.Charles, Illinois, he resides in Shawnee, Kansas.5
Sports Publishing Fall 2020Paul Schwartz, Wellington Mara, John MaraTales from the New York Giants SidelineA Collection of the Greatest Giants Stories Ever ToldFew sports franchises can match the long, storied history, rich tradition, andlegion of passionate, loyal fans of the New York Giants.In this newly-updated edition of Tales from the New York Giants Sideline,memories, anecdotes, names, faces, games, cheers, and tears come rushingback, along with new twists to old fables and old remembrances revitalizedwith fresh insight.Learn about so many Giants players, including Frank Gifford, Y. A. Tittle,Lawrence Taylor, Eli Manning, Saquon Barkley, and coach Bill Parcells. Thereis Phil Simms, nearly perfect in the biggest game of his life, Phil McConkey’sheart, David Tyree’s magic helmet, and Odell Beckham’s magic hands. Relivethe Super Bowl victories in the 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s. Experiencethe fearsome opponents, the feared defenses, the quarterbacks who could,and the ones who could not, with reminiscences bursting back to life in thewords of the men who played the game.Tales from the New York Giants Sideline tells the inside story of one of theNFL’s most popular teams. This book is unquestionably a must-read for allfans of the Big Blue.MONTH: September 19.99 ( 26.99 CAD) HardcoverWORLD CQ 36ISBN: 978-1-68358-388-25.5 x 8.25 264 pagesEbook ISBN 978-1-68358-168-0Sports & Recreation/Football30 black and white photographs throughoutPaul Schwartz is a sportswriter for the New York Post, where he has coveredthe New York Giants since 1994. He is an honors graduate of the University atAlbany. In addition to Tales from the New York Giants Sideline, he is also theauthor of You’re Wrong and You’re Ugly with Sid Rosenberg. He lives in GreatNeck, New York.Wellington Mara (1916–2005) was an icon of the NFL. In 1925 his father, TimMara, founded the Giants. In 1959, Mara became co-owner andvice-president. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1997.John Mara is the president and chief executive officer of the New YorkGiants.6
Sports Publishing Fall 2020Chuck CarlsonTales from the Green Bay Packers SidelineA Collection of the Greatest Packers Stories Ever ToldExperience the thrill of Packers football—newly updated through the2019–2020 season!Since their dominance of professional football in the 1960s, the Green BayPackers have reemerged as one of the elite teams in the NFL, with SuperBowl championships in 1996 and 2010. The victory and legend of Green BayPackers continues in Chuck Carlson’s Tales from the Green Bay PackersSideline, now updated through the 2019 season. In this behind-the-sceneslook at the NFL’s second oldest franchise, Carlson captures thedetermination, aggression, and vision that have constantly spurred thePackers to greatness.Through interviews and extensive research, Carlson brings to life stories fromPackers legends such as Curly Lambeau, Vince Lombardi, Bart Starr, RayNitschke, Brett Favre, and the stars of today’s Packers like Aaron Rodgers,Davante Adams, and Aaron Jones.Tales from the Green Bay Packers Sideline opens a window into the greatestPackers moments both on and off the field. Why was Vince Lombardi againstthe idea of rededicating the Packers stadium and naming it Lambeau Field?How was Monday Night Football changed forever during a Packers game onOctober 17, 1983? How did Aaron Rodgers respond to the pressure of SuperBowl XLV?MONTH: September 19.99 ( 26.99 CAD) HardcoverWorld CQ 36ISBN: 978-1-68358-386-85.5 x 8.25 216 pagesSports & Recreation/FootballReaders will relive the greatest moments and quirkiest anecdotes fromthroughout Packers history. This newly updated collection is a must-have forany Green Bay fan.Chuck Carlson has been a writer for more than 30 years, including 12 yearscovering the Green Bay Packers. He has also written 13 books, including 10on the Packers. He is currently the Director of Communications & MediaRelations at Albion College. Carlson resides in Marshall, Michigan.7
Sports Publishing Fall 2020Rico Petrocelli, Chaz Scoggins, Bill NowlinTales from the 1967 Red Sox DugoutA Collection of the Greatest Stories Ever Told from the Impossible Dream SeasonBy the end of 1966, the Boston Red Sox were a team in serious trouble. TheRed Sox had not won a pennant in twenty years and had not posted awinning record in eight.Pampered by their benevolent owner, Tom Yawkey, the Red Sox haddeveloped a reputation as a team that cared more about having a good timethan winning baseball games. The "Gold Sox" (or "Jersey Street Jesters") weresometimes playing before fewer than 1,000 fans at Fenway Park. Yawkey,disillusioned, began seriously considering selling the team or moving thefranchise to another city.Then, in 1967, a brash rookie manager named Dick Williams took charge of ahungry, but very young and inexperienced team that did not know how towin. A strict disciplinarian, Williams had no tolerance for nonsense, and hetaught the Red Sox how to play the game right. Yet, when he predicted thatthe Red Sox would win more games than they'd lose in 1967, no one tookhim seriously. The Red Sox forged a 10-game, midseason winning streak.Over the season's final six weeks, the Red Sox never led or trailed by morethan 1 1/2 games. Three teams were still in the pennant race during theirfinal game. When that day was over, the Red Sox had become the first andonly team in major-league history to rise from 9th place to league champion.MONTH: September 19.99 ( 26.99 CAD) HardcoverSelected Countries CQ 36ISBN: 978-1-68358-393-65.5 x 8.25 240 pagesEbook ISBN 978-1-68358-394-3Sports & Recreation/Baseball/HistoryThe Red Sox remain indebted to the 1967 champions, and they will beindebted forever. Rico Petrocelli, one of Boston's most beloved athletes and atwenty-four-year-old shortstop on that "Impossible Dream" team, recapturesthe thrills of that improbable season through his unique anecdotes. Ricochronicles both the nightmare that threatened to swallow an organizationand the resurrection that would reinvigorate a team and a city that share thesame heart.Now updated to include the Red Sox's successes since the 1967 season, Talesfrom the 1967 Red Sox Dugout is a must-have for all BoSox fans.Rico Petrocelli spent his entire fourteen-year career with the Red Sox beforeretiring in 1977. The two time all-star played in two World Series, and set anAmerican League record for shortstops by hitting 40 home runs in 1969. Hewas inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame in 1997.Chaz Scoggins is an award-winning writer who covered the Red Sox for theLowell Sun beginning in 1973, up until his retirement in April 2013. Scogginshas also served as the official scorer for the Red Sox and president of theBaseball Writers Association of America.Bill Nowlin was born and raised in Boston. He is the author of twenty-fiveRed Sox–related books, including Red Sox by the Numbers and Fenway Parkat 100.8
Sports Publishing Fall 2020Sam AmicoThree BallThe History of Basketball's Three-Point Shot and How it Has Taken Over the NBAAn in-depth review on the origins of the three pointer and how it's changedtoday's NBA.Begun as a goof, the three-point shot was often considered a sideshow actfrom the proper way basketball was to be played. It was considered to be forthose teams who were not as skilled to stay in a game, using it as a last-ditcheffort to recover from a large deficit.After the shot gained prominence in the ABA during the 1970s, it still tookthe NBA three years (after the two leagues merged) before becoming amainstay. Even then, the shot had many critics.However, that’s all in the past. Today, the three pointer is the key to almostevery team’s offense and to every ballplayer’s arsenal. While some, in thepast, may have been benched for shooting too much from behind the arc,they’re now encouraged to shoot at will and that’s not just the shooters. Infact, if most big men plan on staying in the league, it’s “recommended” theygain some range on their shot.But why the change? What sparked such a revolution? Does it have to dowith more foreign-born players with range coming into the NBA? The draftingof sharpshooter Stephen Curry? The use of advanced analytics by teams?Perhaps it’s all of the above.MONTH: October 24.99 ( 33.99 CAD) HardcoverWorld CQ 36ISBN: 978-1-68358-358-56 x 9 256 pagesEbook ISBN 978-1-68358-359-2Sports & Recreation/BasketballIn Three Ball, author Sam Amico does a deep dive into the origins of the treyand follo
Sports & Recreation/Football 25 B&W illustrations MONTH: September. Relive the best stories of Chiefs football — newly updated through the 2019– 2020 season! Beginning with their founding as the Dallas Texans of the American Football League in 1960, the Kansas City Chiefs have been one of professional football’s most storied franchises. In
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