The Top 10 Sports Books

Sports are an exciting thing. Besides their advantages for health and fitness they also provide you an extraordinary entertainment and freshness. Sport accounts are interesting and thrilling. Sport lover can train them for different sports and also learn the tactics of the great sportsman whom they can never come across in real life.

Sport books are also beneficial in the sense they don’t have any bad impacts or don’t confuse your thinking or create headache as books on many other topics do. Your positive energies are triggered by these books and you feel like going out and mimicking the actions. By reading sport books your heroism which lies buried in your body and heart comes out and flourishes you to become a master a champion sport man. Sports books are being read everywhere in the world. People use these books for different purposes. They act as a trainer, as advisors and as a source of inspiration.

If you want to read about sports and don’t know where to begin or don’t have the idea of the best available books on sports, don’t be sad. You have opened the right page on internet. Here I am going to help you with the selection and a brief introduction of each book. The top ten books are listed below with brief intro of each.

1) The Sweet Science
By A.J. Liebling (1956)
Written in 1956, this book reveals many secrets of boxing. Liebling here describes the sensational accounts of boxing that excite the senses of the reader. If you have interest in boxing and want to know the pros and cons of this game this is a must read for you. The book sheds light on heroic plays of great boxers also.

2) The Boys of summer
By Roger Kahn (1971)
Written by Roger Kahn in 1971, this book is about baseball. The book is written about Brooklyn Dodgers. It’s basically written in a style of a tale or a novel. Different ups and downs and conflicts are the basic theme of the book. This book truly reveals the fact that sports are more than mere games.

3) Ball Four
By Jim Bouton (1970)
Written by Jim Bouton in 1969, this book is about the love which exists between you and your sport. This is nothing but Bouton account of baseball events and their goods and bads. This book is written about the inner story of baseball leagues which were there during 1969. Ball Four is a book; you are going to love while you go through the pages

4) Friday Night Lights
By H.G. Besieger (1990)
Written by H.G. Besieger in 1990 this book is for football lovers. How this game joins West Texas in 1980s is what this book accounts for. This is a wonderful book and events have been discussed in context of Friday-night lights and how they can be a source of darkness.

5) You Know Me Al
By Ring Lardner (1914)
Written by Ring Lardner in 1914, this book is originally a compilation of letters of Jack Keefe. Jack Keefe was a pitcher.
This book was initially published in The Saturday Evening Post in parts and letter was compiled into a book.

6) A Season on the Brink
By John Feinstein (1986)
Written about Bob Knight in 1986, this book has been a bestselling account.

7) Semi-Tough
By Dan Jenkins (1972)
Written about football this book includes lot of fun and humour.

8) Paper Lion
By George Lampson (1965)
This book contains lot of adventure and accounts of bravery.

9) The Game
By Ken Dryden (1983)
Written about hockey, this is an interesting book.

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