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That's Why I'm Here: The Chris and Stefanie Spielman Story

Chris Spielman was a high school and Ohio State football legend and a four-time Pro Bowl linebacker, but he didn't tackle his toughest opponent until his playing career was almost over. In 1998 his wife Stefanie was diagnosed with breast cancer, and so began an 11-year journey that brought joy and suffering to the Spielmans, as well as hope and inspiration to thousands of others. In That's Why I'm Here, Spielman traces his storied career, recalls his courtship of Stefanie Belcher, cherishes the growth of their four children and invokes the deep spiritual faith that gave their family wisdom and comfort in times of struggle…

Submitted:May 1, 2012
Author:Chris Spielman
Brand:Zondervan
Total comments:0
Category:Biographies
3 diggs • 0 comments • May 1, 2012

That's Why I'm Here: The Chris and Stefanie Spielman Story (9780310336143): Chris Spielman, Bruce Hooley: Books

Chris Spielman was a high school and Ohio State football legend and a four-time Pro Bowl linebacker, but he didn't tackle his toughest opponent until his playing career was almost over. In 1998 his wife Stefanie was diagnosed with breast cancer, and so began

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Sneaky Softball Pitching: Sneaky Pitching Tactics to Destroy a Hitter's Timing

The best fastpitch softball pitching strategy book around! Sneaky Softball Pitching contains the most sought after pieces of pitching advice in the game today. Learn how to pitch faster within seconds. Get the secret of how to stun a batter into not swinging at all. Find out what every great pitcher needs to know about the mental game, and get detailed information about the foundation for building not only top speed, but most accuracy as well! From the author: I am a self-taught pitcher. I learned to pitch by watching hundreds of adult male pitchers starting when I was 5-years-old. I saw the ones that won most of their games and the ones that weren't as good…

Submitted:Jan 29, 2012
Author:Hal Skinner
Brand:SoftballPerformance.com Productions
Total comments:0
Category:Softball
2 diggs • 0 comments • Jan 29, 2012

Sneaky Softball Pitching: Sneaky Pitching Tactics to Destroy a Hitter's Timing (9780615354989): Hal Skinner: Books

Do you want to discover sneaky softball pitching tactics that your opponents don't know? Check this book on Amazon: (http://goo.gl/8BCQ8)

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The Yankee Years (Random House Large Print)

Twelve straight playoff appearances. Six American League pennants. Four World Series titles. This is the definitive story of a dynasty: the Yankee years

When Joe Torre took over as manager of the New York Yankees in 1996, the most storied franchise in sports had not won a World Series title in eighteen years. The famously tough and mercurial owner, George Steinbrenner, had fired seventeen managers during that span. Torreā€™s appointment was greeted with Bronx cheers from the notoriously brutal New York media, who cited his record as the player and manager who had been in the most Major League games without appearing in a World Series

Submitted:May 9, 2009
Author:Joe Torre
Brand:Random House Large Print
Total comments:1
Category:Biographies
3 diggs • 1 comment • May 9, 2009

The Yankee Years

The Yankee Years (Random House Large Print (Cloth/Paper)) [LARGE PRINT] (Paperback)

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Inside Dope: How Drugs Are the Biggest Threat to Sports, Why You Should Care, and What Can Be Done About Them

An IOC insider speaks out on creating a drug-free sports culture

With doping charges leveled at athletes in baseball, cycling, and in the Olympics, cheating has, to many onlookers, become the norm in pro sports. With implications far beyond the sports arena, Inside Dope examines the genesis of doping in sports as well as in the world of doctors and trainers; drug testing and the battle to stay ahead of users; drug companies and big business; and the role of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) as watchdog…

Submitted:May 15, 2007
Author:Richard W. Pound
Brand:Wiley
Total comments:3
Category:Miscellaneous
3 diggs • 3 comments • May 15, 2007

Unfortunate but hilarious name.

I was walking down the hallway and glanced at our library's new book releases when I spotted this author's name and started laughing out loud. Thought you might also get an immature giggle out of it too. (Bonus snort: it's a hardcover)

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