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Hot Stove Trivia

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Whether you are sitting at the ballpark on a lazy summer afternoon or counting down the days until the start of spring training, Hot Stove Trivia will always keep you in the game with more than two hundred fascinating trivia questions abo

Hot Stove Trivia

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Whether you are sitting at the ballpark on a lazy summer afternoon or counting down the days until the start of spring training, Hot Stove Trivia will always keep you in the game with more than two hundred fascinating trivia questions about America's pastime. Discover amazing facts about baseball's best and brightest, from the game's greatest sluggers to the Cy Young-award-winning pitchers and everything in between. Prove to your friends and family that you are a trivia MVP by identifying the infamous Brooklyn Dodgers hurler who surrendered Bobby Thompson's "Shot Heard Around the World" or by naming the first player to have his number retired by his team. Do you know what current major-league franchise was once known as the Invaders, or who holds the American League single-season home-run record? Discover the answers to these questions-and many more-in Hot Stove Trivia. It is baseball trivia at its very best!

Forty Years of Sport and Social Change, 1968-2008

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1968 was a year of protest in civil society (Prague, Paris, Chicago) and a year of protest in sport. After a world-wide campaign, the anti-apartheid movement succeeded in barring South Africa from the Olympic Games, while US athletes from the Olym

Number 181

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Shawn Kidd is a researcher with few hobbies and fewer friends. His life has reached a crossroad, though. Never one to take risks or assume responsibilities, Shawn is torn. But, in one night, everything changes. An enemy has obtained a seemingly-insig

The Ward

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From the 1870s to the 1950s, waves of immigrants to Toronto Irish, Jewish, Chinese and Italian, among others landed in The Ward' in the centre of downtown. Deemed a slum, the area was crammed with derelict housing and ethnic' businesses; it was razed in the 1950s to make way for a grand civic plaza and modern city hall. Archival photos and contributions from a wide variety of voices finally tell the story of this complex neighbourhood and the lessons it offers about immigration and poverty in big cities. Contributors include historians, politicians, architects and descendents of Ward res-idents on subjects such as playgrounds, tuberculosis, bootlegging and Chinese laundries. With essays by Howard Akler, Denise Balkissoon, Steve Bulger, Jim Burant, Arlene Chan, Alina Chatterjee, Cathy Crowe, Richard Dennis, Ruth Frager, Richard Harris, Gaetan Heroux, Edward Keenan, Bruce Kidd, Mark Kingwell, Jack Lipinsky, John Lorinc, Shawn Micallef, Howard Moscoe, Laurie Monsebraaten, Terry Murray, Ratna Omidvar, Stephen Otto, Vincenzo Pietropaolo, Michael Posner, Michael Redhill, Victor Russell, Ellen Scheinberg, Sandra Shaul, Myer Siemiatycki, Mariana Valverde, Thelma Wheatley, Kristyn Wong-Tam and Paul Yee, among others.
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