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Sports Illustrated Almanac 2014by Editors of Sports Illustrated
America's best-selling sports almanac, now in its 23rd year, is as fact-filled and fun as ever. Packed with stats, standings and historical data from Sports Illustrated's award-winning staff, this is the essential reference book for every fan. From pro and college football to Major League Baseball and the NBA to NASCAR, Sports Illustrated Almanac 2014 /i>
America's best-selling sports almanac, now in its 23rd year, is as fact-filled and fun as ever. Packed with stats, standings and historical data from Sports Illustrated's award-winning staff, this is the essential reference book for every fan. From pro and college football to Major League Baseball and the NBA to NASCAR, Sports Illustrated Almanac 2014 features all-time records and year-by-year statistics, including:
- The 2013 baseball playoffs and World Series
- An 88-page pro football section with year-by-year NFL standings and game recaps for Super Bowls I to XLVII
- Complete results from every major tournament in golf and tennis
- Year-by-year and 2013 statistics from NASCAR, IRL and Formula One
- Annual results from many professional and amateur sports, including Little League baseball, lacrosse and volleyball
It's the ultimate argument-ender.
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Full of mistakes and incorrect information. The college football section of this book has so many incorrect bowl game listings. The 2005 Orange Bowl was correctly listed as vacated, yet the following bowl games were also vacated by the NCAA - 2010 Rose Bowl, 2006 Cotton Bowl, 2006 Emerald Bowl, 1999 Alamo Bowl, 1999 Outback Bowl, 2006 Orange Bowl, 2007 Outback Bowl, 2007 Alamo Bowl, 2010 Capital One Bowl, yet not one mention. And that's just off the top of my head. They really need to get an editor who pays attention to things like this.
Too many mistakes and they are repeated yr in and yr out. Example last few yrs(this year,2014) page 48. MLB Career batting ave, B.A. at least 5,000 AB. List goes down to .327.Well Stan Musial had over 10,000 AB and hit .331 /Where is he on the list. Well I guess STAN THE MAN to SI is Stan the Nonentity /didn't see him on this list either in the 2013 SI Sports Almanac