The Best American Sports Writing 2000 by John Feinstein
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A collection of sports writing includes stories about what goes on at a Dallas Cowboys spring training camp, a look at former heavyweight boxer Jerry Quarry as he struggles with puglistica dementia, and an investigation of athletes' violence toward women.

About John Feinstein

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John Feinstein spent eleven years with "The Washington Post." He has also written for "Sport, The Sporting News, " and "Inside Sports, " has been a special contributor to "Sports Illustrated, " and is currently the main feature writer for "The National." His stories have appeared in five editions of "Best Sports Stories, " and he has won twelve U.S. Basketball Writers awards.Mr. Feinstein lives in Bethesda, Maryland, and Shelter Island, New York, with his wife, Mary Clare. Glenn Stout has been the series editor of "The Best American Sports Writing" since its inception & has written three illustrated biographies with Richard A. Johnson: "Ted Williams," "Joe DiMaggio," & "Jackie Robinson." He lives in Uxbridge, Massachusetts.
Published November 6, 1996 by Houghton Mifflin. 356 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Sports & Outdoors, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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This annual collection of the year's best sports writing contains some extraordinary works, engaging and insightful, varied enough to keep the reader's interest over several pieces.

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