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And the Crowd Goes Wild: Relive the Most Celebrated Sporting Events Ever Broadcast (Book and 2 Audio CDs) Hardcover – December 15, 2000
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The two CDs accompanying this collection feature 47 original sports calls, including Franco Harris making the "Immaculate Reception," Secretariat winning the Triple Crown, Lou Gehrig saying goodbye, Buster Douglas upsetting Mike Tyson, and Mark McGwire beating Roger Maris's single-season home run record. The book sets up each event with capsule explanations, accompanied by stock photographs. Narrated by Bob Costas, And the Crowd Goes Wild will entertain any sports fan. --Sunny Delaney
From Publishers Weekly
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Bought for the sports fans in my family to relive exciting broadcasts.Published 15 months ago by Auntnan
Obviously, some of the "Classic" events of the sporting world are stunning when heard. Before live television, this was all there was. Read morePublished on May 14, 2004 by B. R. Benson
No matter what sport you are interested in, this book will be something you will find interesting. This is a big glossy picture book that tells a brief history story of sports by... Read morePublished on August 2, 2003 by xmarine
I enjoyed this set more than the previous title for the mere fact that Bob Costas yaps for far less time than Bill Kurtis on most of the tracks. Read morePublished on February 22, 2000 by S. Breazeal
I loved the book. I have two comments though. Eric Heiden's Olympic accomplishments in skating should have been included instead of the Bobby Riggs/Billie Jean King PR stunt. Read morePublished on January 15, 2000 by firstname.lastname@example.org