One Last Thing To Do Before I Die

Author: Steven Drew Goldberg
ISBN: 0557198283
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The story is told in the first person through Max's disillusioned eyes, his razor sharp wit, his keen social observation, and his hysterical intolerance for ignorance and immorality.

100 Things Redskins Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author: Rick Snider
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1623689732
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one thing happens—Snyder truly backs away. It's probably not happening
anytime soon, but maybe in his later years the owner will find the ... Last. Thing.
You'll. Do. This chapter was saved for last because it really might be the last thing
you do before you die. “Sam” had been to enough Redskins-Eagles games in
Philadelphia to know his Maryland license plates would gain interest in the
parking lot. This time, he first stopped at a merchandise stand down the street to
buy a $5 Eagles ...

100 Things Giants Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author: Bill Chastain
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1633192407
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The body of Randy Johnson's work in the major leagues had been composed by
the time he joined the Giants in 2009, but the 6'9" left-hander known as “the Big
Unit” saved one last memorable snapshot for the Orange and Black faithful.
Johnson came to the Giants on December 26, 2008, needing just five wins to
reach 300, the magic number for pitchers aiming for baseball immortality and a
place in Cooperstown. Johnson began his career with the Montreal Expos. Back
then, his ...

100 Things Maple Leafs Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author: Michael Leonetti
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1600789358
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The Leafs were holding on to a slim 2–1 lead with 55 seconds to play but the
Canadiens had one last shot with their goalie (Gump Worsley) on the bench and
six attackers all in the Leafs zone at Maple Leaf Gardens. As was his custom
back then, Toronto coach Punch Imlach sent defenseman Allan Stanley out to ...
54. Armstrong—the same exact five skaters as in '67—to defend in 119 100
Things Maple Leafs Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die 54. A Final Face-
Off: Allan Stanley.

100 Things Patriots Fans Should Know And Do Before They Die

Author: Donald Hubbard
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1617495654
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Coates hadposted his thirdhighest yardsperreception average ofhis career, but
he failed to make the ProBowl. Quite suddenly, thegridiron gods had transformed
the great tightend into an oldman. The Patriotsreleased Coates before the2000
season, but fortuitously hehooked upwith theBaltimore Ravens for one last
season,aSuper Bowl–winning campaign. He retired with 499 receptions andhas
been enshrined in the Patriots Hall of Fame.Atthe time ofhis retirement, only
Ozzie ...

100 Things Flyers Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author: Adam Kimelman
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1617492612
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Last. Call. at. the. Spectrum. In a span of just a few years, two of Philadelphia's
iconic sporting landmarks were shuttered. Veterans Stadium couldn't be
imploded fast enough. The toilet bowl of a stadium now serves a far better
purpose as a parking lot for the spectacular Citizens Bank Park. The Spectrum,
however, deserved—and received—a far classier send-off when it enjoyed its
final days of use during the 2008–09 hockey season. The Flyers first considered
playing one final ...

100 Things Jets Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author: Bill Chastain
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1629370002
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A lot of magical moments occurred for the Jets at Shea Stadium, and the team
hoped one final piece of magic would take place in the team's last game at Shea
—and in New York. The Jets had a 7–7 record on December 10, 1983, heading
into a Saturday afternoon contest with the Pittsburgh Steelers that marked the
team's finale in New York after 24 seasons. After the 1983 season, the Jets would
move to the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey, where they would
play all of ...

100 Things Blackhawks Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author: Tab Bamford
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1633190005
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He retired after the 1959–60 season, only to come back four years later for one
last run in Detroit. And Hall? He went on to a ... But I didn't play for Adams, I
played hockey because I loved it...As for Glenn Hall, I think he was thrown into
the deal because he was a Ted Lindsay fan. For the next fifteen years, Hall was
the best in the league.” This trade is one of the most ... The Hawks made a list
published in 173 100 Things Blackhawks Fans Should Know & Do Before They
Die 64. Own a ...

100 Things Mariners Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author: Michael Emmerich
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1633191974
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But for the most part, and especially for a star of his magnitude, Griffey retained a
one-of-the-guys quality. His best friend on the team ... One favorite activity was
riding ATVs in the mountains, where Griffey, according to Buhner, handled the
machine the way he does everything else: effortlessly. “Junior is my brother ...
Junior delivered one last time, hitting 19 home runs while helping the Mariners
win 85 games, an improvement of 24 games from the prior season. On the final
day of the ...

100 Things Orioles Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author: Dan Connolly
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 163319194X
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But as he approached the dais, he changed his speech one last time. He added
four words to the beginning: “Ain't the Beer Cold.” “I was suddenly aware of my
extreme good fortune and reacted the way I would have for a Frank Robinson
grand slam or a Johnny Unitas touchdown pass,” Thompson wrote in his
autobiography. “So I started my speech with a phrase out of the past, one that I
could no longer resist: 'Ain't the Beer Cold.'” “Ain't the Beer Cold”—also the name
of Thompson's ...