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Bob Ryan


Bob Ryan

Bob Ryan is one of America’s most respected sports reporters, writers, and columnists. He is the author of many books including FORTY-EIGHT MINUTES: A Night in the Life of the NBA, WAIT TILL I MAKE THE SHOW: Baseball in the Minor Leagues, and THE BOSTON CELTICS: The History, Legends, and Images of america's Most Celebrated Team. He appears regularly on various ESPN shows, and lives in Hingham, Massachusetts. 

Bob Ryan

Books by Bob Ryan

by Bob Ryan - Autobiography, Memoir, Sports

Sports enthusiasts have been blessed with the writing and reporting of Bob Ryan ever since he joined the sports department of the Boston Globe in 1968. For the past twenty-five years, he has also been a regular on various ESPN shows, especially The Sports Reporters, spreading his knowledge and enthusiasm for athletics of all kinds. Scribe reveals the people behind the stories, as only Bob Ryan can, from the NBA to eleven Olympics to his surprising favorite sport to cover—golf—and much more.

By the baseball writers of The New York Times and The Boston Globe , Harvey Araton, Tyler Kepner, Dave Anderson, George Vecsey, Bob Ryan, Jackie MacMullan - Nonfiction, Sports

The Yankees vs. the Red Sox. Each baseball season begins and ends with unique intensity, focused on a single question: What's ahead for these two teams? One, the most glamorous, storied, and successful franchise in all of sports; the other, perennially star-crossed but equally rich in baseball history and legend. In THE RIVALS sports writers of The New York Times and The Boston Globe come together in the first-ever collaboration between the two cities' leading newspapers to tell the inside story of the teams' intertwined histories, each from the home team's perspective.