On June 21, 1992, Davidson and his best friend, Mike Price, summited Mount Rainier and on their descent tragedy struck. Tied together, the two men fell 80 feet into a crevasse, with Price dying instantly. Now Davidson shares his incredible story of survival and renewal.
A collection of Roy MacGregor’s very best hockey writing, revised and updated.
An intimate profile of the legendary mixed martial arts (MMA) referee, this first full-length autobiography of pop culture icon “Big” John McCarthy details every aspect of his life — from his strong-handed Los Angeles upbringing to his involvement in the naming of the sport, his role in its regulation, and MMA’s rise in stature.
Forty-seven years of joyous celebrations after victories and crushing disappointments after defeats are encompassed in Marv Levy: Where Else Would You Rather Be?, but it is about more than just touchdowns and interceptions-it’s about how a person like Marv Levy, dedicated to his life’s work, can begin his career as the obscure assistant coach of a high school junior varsity team and decades later lead a team to the Super Bowl.
Sundays Will Never Be the Same is the kind of book NASCAR fans hunger for, with thrills, insider stories, and a touching tribute to one of motor racing’s biggest heroes. Waltrip honors both a sport that has quickly become an American tradition, as well as the memory of a legend and the ways he singlehandedly changed racing forever.
Since radio’s debut in the 1920s and television’s in the ’30s, the baseball announcer has become entertainer, observer, and extended member of the family. In A Talk in the Park: Nine Decades of Baseball Tales from the Broadcast Booth, many of the pastime’s most popular and famous announcers-the Voices-tell their favorite stories in their own distinctive words. It is riveting oral history.