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If These Walls Could Talk: Toronto Blue Jays: Stories From The Toronto Blue Jays Dugout, Locker…

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Since their inception in 1977, the Toronto Blue Jays have been one of the most dynamic franchises in all of baseball. As an award-winning, longtime Jays columnist, Bob Elliott has witnessed more than his share of that history up close and personal. In If These…
The Northern Game: Baseball the Canadian Way

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Opening at the 2004 Olympic baseball tournament, where the unheralded Canadian team came within an errant throw of the gold medal game, the author recounts Canada's rich baseball history, from 1838 to 2004, when the top rookie in both major leagues hailed form…
West Coast Wild: Stories and Recipes from the Pacific North West

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Bob Elliott grew up on Vancouver Island, BC. His family were fishermen, and when he was fifteen, he skipped school to go commercial fishing for the first time. He learned to cook by default - the regular cook on the boat quit, and so began a lifetime love for…
The Essential Writer's Guide: Spotlight On Bob Elliott And Ray Goulding, Including Their Personal…

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
Get a glimpse at the life of comedians Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding. Read about their personal lives, their careers at…
The Very Best of Bob and Ray: Legends of Comedy
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|September 28, 2010

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Before Bob & Ray, comedians told jokes. After Bob & Ray, they told stories. When they first got together in 1946 on WHDH-AM Boston, no one guessed that their subtle, intelligent, deadpan brand of humor would revolutionize the comedic landscape. With a…
Tucson a Basketball Town
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|February 21, 2014

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In 1972, the University of Arizona built McKale Center, a basketball arena that seated nearly 14,000 people. Filling that arena would present considerable challenges: the Wildcats hadn't been to an NCAA post-season tournament for over two decades, and attendance…