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Relentless: The Hard-Hitting History of Buffalo Bills Football, 1960-1994

By: Maiorana, Sal

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Quality Sports Publications: 1994

Seller ID: 2204693

ISBN: 1885758006

Condition: Near Fine


First edition. 1994 Large Hardcover. We have more books available by this author!. 480 pp. 12 1/4 x 9 1/4. The first of two volumes covering the history of the Buffalo Bills, spanning the years 1960-1994. Written by a sports journalist whose career was spent covering the team. Foreword by head trainer Ed Abramoski. View more info

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A Lifetime of Yankee Octobers

By: Maiorana, Sal

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press: 2002

Inscription: Signed by author

Seller ID: 2187082

ISBN: 1585360392

Condition: Near Fine


Signed by author. First Edition. An exceptional copy. Near Fine. 2002 Hard Cover. We have more books available by this author!. It is a look at the New York Yankees through the eighty-five-year-old eyes of life-long Bronx resident, Joseph Kimmerle. A fictional character, Kimmerle has served as batboy, scribe or confidante for every Yankee team since 1923. He has been like a son to Babe Ruth, a trusted friend of Joe DiMaggios, and a father figure for current manager, Joe Torre. A Lifetime of Yankee Octobers is Kimmerles chronicle of the Yankees twenty-six World Series victories, the seasons tha... View more info

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Oak Hill Country Club, 1901-2001: A Centennial Anniversary

By: Maiorana, Sal; Reeves, Gail; Reeves, Bill; Wright, Claude H.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Oak Hill Country Club: 2001

Seller ID: 2206931

Condition: Fine


No jacket. A fine copy. 2001 Large Hardcover. 228 pp. Oak Hill Country Club, located in Pittsford, New York, a suburb southeast of Rochester, has a rich history of golf. It started out in 1901 as only 9 holes on 85 acres (0.34 km2) on the banks of the Genesee River in Rochester. The clubhouse was no more than a converted farm house. However, at the time golf was a relatively new sport in America, and as popularity of the sport grew, so did the country club. By 1921 Oak Hill had doubled in size and had a new clubhouse, so when the University of Rochester proposed a land swap in 1921 it was a to... View more info