In "Wrestling With the Devil", Lex Luger reveals never-before-told stories from his career, his struggle with personal demons and how, through unexpected faith, grace and redemption, he overcame all odds to fight the only battle that really matters.
The perfect combination of faith and baseball, "Impact Player" offers a rare glimpse into one of the most celebrated dynasties in the history of the game, and it paints a fascinating portrait of a life well-lived and the lasting rewards that come from knowing and loving God.
"It’s about representing God.” In “Pujols: More Than the Game,” authors Tim Ellsworth and Scott Lamb satisfy fans who like their baseball slathered in stats and stories.
This book, written almost entirely from Rocker's own personal hand, is a coming-of-age story about a young kid who was ''bitten'' with the dream to become a major leaguer. Detailing his rise and ultimate fall, Rocker offers a never-before-heard rendition of his life and career, as well as personal accounts of the infamous Sports Illustrated article for which he is most known.
Alan Ross combined the accounts of Yankee players, coaches, opponents, fans and media to tell the story of the New York Yankees. His book is a tribute to the great pinstripers, championship teams, major moments, rivalries, fans, traditions and more.
A real-life story chock-full of timeless athletic feats and overnight fortunes, of speakeasies and public spectacles.
Detailing incontrovertible fact after incontrovertible fact, "The War on Football: Saving America’s Game" rescues reality from the hype – and in doing so may just ensure that football remains America’s game