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And the fans roared : the sports broadcasts that kept us on the edge of our seats

Author: Joe Garner; Bob Costas; George Foreman
Publisher: Naperville, Ill. : Sourcebooks, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : CD audio : Audio book, etc.   Sound Recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Tells the stories of forty-three memorable moments in sports history, and features two CDs, narrated by sports journalist Bob Costas, that contain the actual broadcasts of the announcers who were calling the events.
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Genre/Form: Televised sports events
Radio sports events
History
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Book, Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Joe Garner; Bob Costas; George Foreman
ISBN: 1570715823 9781570715822 1402200307 9781402200304
OCLC Number: 44509368
Cast: Bob Costas, narration.
Description: xiii, 177 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm + 2 audio discs (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
Contents: Jackie Robinson integrates baseball --
Babe Ruth says goodbye --
Citation wins the triple crown --
Willie Mays makes "the Catch" --
Patterson vs. Johansson --
Jim Marshall runs the wrong way --
Rod Laver wins the Grand Slam --
Bobby Orr wins Stanley Cup --
Tom Dempsey kicks 63-yard field goal --
Jim O'Brien field goal wins Super Bowl --
Oklahoma vs. Nebraska (1971) --
Paul Henderson goal wins Summit Series --
Down goes Frazier: George Foreman beats Joe Frazier --
O.J. Simpson tops 2,000 yards --
Notre Dame ends UCLA's winning streak at 88 --
Boston Celtics beat Phoenix Suns in triple ot --
Reggie Jackson hits three consecutive World Series homers --
Affirmed wins the Triple Crown --
Eric Heiden dominates 1980 Winter Olympics --
Bill Johnson skis to Olympic downhill voctory --
areem Abdul-Jabbar breaks NBA scoring record. Mary Lou Retton vaults to Olympic gold --
Walter Payton breaks career rushing record --
Pete Rose smaks hit no 4,192 --
Ozzie Smith home run wins Game 5 --
Bill Buckner's unforgettable error --
Florence Griffith Joyner becomes world's fastest woman --
Joe Montana leads Super Bowl-winning drive --
The shot: Michael Jordan beats Cleveland --
Greg LeMond wins Tour de France --
Earthquake rocks 1989 World Series --
Magic Johnson returns to capture All-Star Game MVP --
Duke beats Kentucky on Christian Laettner buzzer-beater --
Al Unser Jr. wins 1992 Indianapolis 500 --
Buffalo Bills make football's greatest comeback --
Joe Carter homer wins 1993 World Series --
Kerrigan vs. Harding: soap opera on ice --
Cal Ripken sets consecutive games streak --
Michael Johnson wins 200 and 400 gold in Atlanta --
Mike Tyson bites Evander Holyfield --
Justin Leonard putt seals U.S. Ryder Cup comeback --
Music City Miracle: Tennessee Titans' miraculous kick return --
Tiger Woods wins U.S. Open.
Responsibility: Joe Garner ; Bob Costas, narration ; George Foreman, foreword.

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Tells the stories of forty-three memorable moments in sports history, and features two CDs, narrated by sports journalist Bob Costas, that contain the actual broadcasts of the announcers who were calling the events.

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