Page Turners

By Kody Timmers

Covering iconic events and athletes or sports business storylines of the past decade, these new releases can fill out your reading list this winter.  

No Way But to Fight: George Foreman and the Business of Boxing

By Andrew R. M. Smith

Publish date: Jan. 10; University of Texas Press

Smith lays out the evolution of the Olympic gold medalist and two-time world heavyweight champion’s career, tracing his path from poverty in Houston to worldwide fame.



Start By Believing: Larry Nassar's Crimes, the Institutions that Enabled Him, and the Brave Women Who Stopped a Monster

By Jon Barry and Dan Murphy

Publish date: Jan. 14; Hachette Books

Barry and Murphy detail the stories of the women who fought to gain justice and reclaim their sport.




Making of a Miracle: The Untold Story of the Captain of the 1980 Gold Medal-Winning U.S. Olympic Hockey Team

By Mike Eruzione with Neal Boudette

Publish date: Jan. 28; Harper

As the “Miracle on Ice” turns 40, U.S. captain Mike Eruzione, who scored the game-winning goal, recounts the Americans’ legendary upset of the Soviet Union from his perspective.




Serena Williams: Tennis Champion, Sports Legend, and Cultural Heroine 

By Merlisa Lawrence Corbett

Publish date: Feb. 15; Roman and Littlefield Publishers

This account on Williams’ life examines her influence on not only tennis, but on political and cultural issues like feminism, racism in sports and the marketing of female athletes.



An Athletic Director's Story and the Future of College Sports in America

By Robert E. Mulcahy III

Publish date: Feb. 14; Rutgers University Press

In this memoir, Mulcahy dives into his 10 years leading Rutgers University athletics, offering insights along the way on both the history of college athletics and the path ahead.




Buzz Saw: The Improbable Story of How the Washington Nationals Won the World Series

By Jesse Dougherty

Publish date: March 24; Simon & Schuster

The Washington Post’s Nationals beat writer chronicles the team’s stunning and unlikely march to postseason glory, as seen from inside the dugout and front office.






Seven Days in Augusta: Behind the Scenes at the Masters

By Mark Cannizzaro

Publish date: March 10; Triumph Books

Cannizzaro pulls back the curtain on the crown jewel of golf’s major tournaments, giving fans a look at everything ranging from the par-3 contest to green jacket rituals.



Tanking to the Top: The Philadelphia 76ers and the Most Audacious Process in the History of Professional Sports

By Yaron Weitzman

Publish date: March 17; Grand Central Publishing

A look at the worst-to-first plan that led the 76ers out of mediocrity and into the NBA’s upper echelon.




The Back Roads to March: The Unsung, Unheralded, and Unknown Heroes of a College Basketball Season

By John Feinstein

Publish date: March 3; Random House

A deep dive into the lesser-known underdogs, Cinderellas and small-time programs that dream of the NCAA tourney.



Yogi: A Life Behind the Mask

By Jon Pessah

Publish date: March 24; Little, Brown and Company

Pessah takes a thorough look at the beloved and quotable Yankees legend, shedding more light on the first-generation immigrant who won 13 World Series championships while also becoming a war hero and cultural giant.


SBJ Unpacks: NFL Preview

With opening week quickly approaching, Ben Fischer, Reggie Walker, and Xavier Hunter were joined by Jabari Young of Forbes to preview the upcoming NFL season. Topics discussed included the Deshaun Watson suspension, Denver Broncos ownership, Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, and the league’s advancements in media.

SBJ Morning Buzzcast: August 19, 2022

The Big Ten's big day; Kevin Warren's win; streaming numbers in July surprise; the Haslams look to move ahead and MLB hits Williamsport

SBJ I Factor: Jed York

SBJ I Factor: Jed York, presented by Allied Sports SBJ I Factor presented by Allied Sports features an interview with San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York. York is in his 17th year with the organization and his 12th as CEO. He is a two-time SBJ Forty Under 40 honoree as a member of the classes of 2012 and 2013. York talks with SBJ’s Abe Madkour about what he learned from growing up in the sports business, working in multiple departments at the team, the challenges of building Levi’s Stadium, and how his leadership style has evolved through the years. SBJ I Factor is a monthly podcast offering interviews with sports executives who have been recipients of one of the magazine’s awards, such as Forty Under 40, Game Changers and others.

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