ESPN Sports Almanac 2004: The Definitive Sports Reference Book

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Hyperion, Dec 1, 2003 - Reference - 960 pages
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The #1 bestselling sports almanac is the ultimate resource for sports professionals and fans everywhere.

ESPN, the worldwide leader in sports, once again brings enthusiasts the most authoritative sports reference book ever published. Whether they're looking for new world records, updating their trivia knowledge, or curious about the most intriguing sports stories of the past year, sports fans will welcome the latest edition of this bestselling almanac, and ESPN fans will find familiar segments from many of ESPN's outlets, including studio shows, radio, on-line, ESPN The Magazine, as well as:

-- In-depth statistics from ESPN's award-winning "Inside the Numbers"
-- Top Ten moments from each sport
-- Exclusive essays and analysis from your favorite ESPN personalities, including Chris Berman, Dan Patrick, Stuart Scott, Linda Cohn, and more
-- Hundreds of photographs
-- Thousands of graphics and tables
-- Fast access to all the facts: world records, champions, year-by-year, sport-by-sport
-- A full recap of the 2003 World Series

The ultimate resource for sports professionals and fans everywhere, the 2004 ESPN Sports Almanac is clearly the champion in its field.

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Michael Morrison is a writer, developer, toy inventor and author of a variety of computer technology books and interactive Web-based courses. In addition to his primary profession as a writer and freelance nerd for hire, Michael is the creative lead at Stalefish Labs, an entertainment company he co-founded with his wife, Masheed. The first commercial debut for Stalefish Labs is a traditional social/trivia game called Tall Tales: The Game of Legends and Creative One-Upmanship (http: //www.talltalesgame.com). When not glued to his computer, playing hockey, skateboarding or watching movies with his wife, Michael enjoys hanging out by his koi pond. You can visit Michael on the Web at http: //www.michaelmorrison.com.

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