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23 Ways to Get to First Base: The ESPN Uncyclopedia Hardcover – May 29, 2007
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Top Customer Reviews
Now I know what country MYA stands for in the Olympics and that Jason Varitek played in the Little League World Series and a Major League World Series. There is so much information that you never knew you needed to know!
This compilation of well researched sports particulars is a must have for anyone who is a sports fan. A great gift for kids who like sports and like a quick and easy read. I am sending this book with my 15 year old nephew to camp this summer. I am sure he will be sharing the information in this book with all his bunkmates.
This is also going to make a great Father's Day gift.
It gives you tons of information about everything you (or those you love) want to know about sports!
It is a great way to play trivia (aka trick) those people who think they know everything about sports and show them they really don't!
Once again Belsky proves he is one of the greatest modern day sports writers!
It'll keep them one step ahead of the counselors and their friends throughout the summer!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For more than two months, I've gone around this book, Reference.com, YouTube, iTunes Store, Google Maps, a variety of English dictionaries, etc., and had LOTS of fun. Read morePublished on August 19, 2007 by sa
Very entertaining. Good coffee table book and great way to impress your friends with obscure sports trivia. If you were expecting War and Peace, then you misread the description.Published on July 25, 2007 by Ryan R. Standefer
Has every noteworthy sports fact and the fun facts are great too, something other sports trivia books didn't have. Read morePublished on July 19, 2007 by Shara Eisenberger
I am almost done with the uncyclopedia. I have made it through T and so far I am unimpressed
there is way too much about the "original" rules of sports, the first... Read more