Did baseball avoid integration in the 1930s and 1940s with an unwritten agreement? Was Super Bowl III a fixed game? Did Sonny Liston throw both of his fights vs. Muhammad Ali? Was the NBA’s first-ever draft lottery fixed? Why did Michael Jordan really retire from basketball the first time? Are some NASCAR race outcomes too good to be true? Did the New England Patriots cheat their way to a dynasty? What really happened at the 1921 Kentucky Derby? Why weren’t any Japanese players signed to major league contracts from 1965-1995? And much more!
--Jim Nantz, CBS Sports
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The absolute authority in armchair athletes’ disputes, Elliott Kalb uses his well-formed opinions and uncanny sports knowledge to shake up the gentlemanly game of golf. Shooting the breeze with experts and players in a heated discussion of pressure-packed putts and nail-chomping championships, he gives you his ultimate ranking of the top 50 golfers of all time. Kalb crosses generational lines, explores technological improvements in equipment, and examines differing levels of competition to answer the most provocative question in golf: Who’s the best?