Bronx Bomber will not only cover the great hitters and their hitting careers. It will also cover many of the iconic home runs like Bucky Dent s shot in Boston, Mickey Mantle s 565 foot shot in Washington, Ruth s called shot in the 1932 World Series against the Cubs, as well as promising to hit a home run for a sick child in the hospital, Jackson s famed three home runs in three at bats during the 1977 World Series, and many more unforgettable moments.
Husband’s Guide to Breast Cancer: A Complete & Concise Plan for Every Stage provides help at a glance for those who need solutions in a hurry, but is also complete enough to deepen a man’s understanding of breast cancer and inspire his role as caregiver. The book includes first-person accounts from men who have walked the walk, and quick tips in each chapter, this book speaks to the practical side of a man s care, and reveals how he can use his strengths to help the woman he loves.
Indiana Wineries: The Ultimate Guide to Wine in Indiana includes a brief history of Indiana wine, a description of each winery, many photos, over 100 maps, and ideas on pairing wines with food, nearby activities, festivals, all six Indiana wine trails. Get the most out of your weekends and do it with style. The authors, Todd & Becky Outcalt, put together suggested day trips and weekend getaways.
Since 1919 the Cody Night Rodeo has thrilled audiences with a rodeo every night from the beginning of June through the end of August. The city where it is held is known as “The Rodeo Capital of the World.” The rodeo and the town are Mecca’s for tens of thousands of rodeo fans, and the hundreds of competitors, and rodeo legends who passed through each summer.
In Hoosier Hoops and Hijinks, the matters of the game can also turn deadly. This collection of seventeen mystery stories written by the Indiana Speed City Chapter of Sisters in Crime honors Indiana basketball and its rich tradition while weaving in the mischievous and sometimes lethal passions that can erupt when the state is gripped in b-ball fever. Tucked between the fictional stories are pages about real-life legendary Hoosier basketball players and coaches.
Bedlam at the Brickyard has stories involving bootleggers and the beginnings of stock car racing, drivers and fans. There are stories of revenge, cover-ups, memorabilia collecting, the paranormal, racing superstitions, and more. Each story is separated by a historical narrative or statistical chart to enlighten as well as entertain the reader.
Nineteen members of the Speed City Indiana Chapter of Sisters in Crime have written stories involving malice, murder, and mayhem set in Indianapolis during the month of May’s racing madness. Tucked in between each story are real-life facts about the Indianapolis 500 mile race.
Coach Dick Katte’s secret is simple and straightforward; work very hard and demand the same from your team, adapt to the changes in players and parents over time and never waver from the core principles that make you one of the most honored and respected coaches in the nation s high school basketball history.
Known as an intense competitor, Gene Mauch presided over 1,902 Major League victories, and a handful of stunning failures. Mauch had a reputation for taunting opposing teams and was frequently involved in fiery exchanges with umpires. His bombastic personality, brilliant baseball mind, and loyalty to his players earned him the moniker of the Little General.