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Fear No Evil
Fear No Evil (4 Formats) ›
By Charles Haley, By Jeff Sullivan, Foreword by Jerry Jones, Foreword by Ronnie Lott
Cloth Price 26.95

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ISBN 9781629372594

Published Oct 2016

An elite pass rusher who was in the prime of his career, Charles Haley was traded from the San Francisco 49ers to an NFC rival, the Dallas Cowboys. Why would they make such a trade? The 49ers did so because Haley had become so difficult for teammates and coaches alike. It turns out that he acted this way because he had bipolar disorder. Haley, a Hall of Famer and the only NFL player who earned five Super Bowl rings, documents what it was like suffering from that condition and how he overcame it. He details what it was like to play for two championship organizations and the fights, transgression, and squabbles that marked his career.
100 Things 49ers Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die
100 Things 49ers Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die (4 Formats) ›
By Dan Brown, Foreword by Roger Craig
Trade Paper Price 14.95

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ISBN 9781600787911

Published Sep 2013

Whether a die-hard booster from the days of Joe Montana or a new supporter of Jim Harbaugh, San Francisco 49ers fans will discover the top 100 things to know, and do, in their lifetime through this unique team history book and guide. Inspired by and written for the devout 49ers fan, this lively and detailed book explores important facts and figures from the team's storied history, including the early years of Y. A. Tittle and the team’s golden era in the 1980s and 1990s—featuring coaches Bill Walsh and George Seifert, Hall of Fame quarterbacks Joe Montana and Steve Young, and star receiver Jerry Rice. From the most important facts about the team to the traditions that define what being a 49ers fanatic is all about, this guide also highlights such essential experiences as the best places to soak in 49ers lore.
Nothing Comes Easy
Nothing Comes Easy (4 Formats) ›
By Y. A. Tittle, By Kristine Setting Clark
Cloth Price 24.95

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ISBN 9781600782107

Published Sep 2009

The endearing story of perseverance and determination in this autobiography by Y. A. Tittle sheds new light on both the memorable performances he achieved as a football player and the trials and tribulations he faced as he came so close to winning that elusive NFL championship. As the AAFC Rookie of the Year, seven-time Pro Bowl selection, four-time All-NFL selection and two-time NFL MVP, the Hall of Fame quarterback certainly holds an incredible individual record of excellence. With his notable humble personality, Tittle lays it all on the line and shares stories and insights about behind-the-scenes moments in the clubhouses and what goes on between teammates as they played together for months at a time each season. From his days as a youth in Marshall, Texas, to a brilliant football career with the LSU Tigers, Baltimore Colts, San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants to his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1971, talented quarterback Y.A. Tittle's love of football is what made him a legend.
The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly: San Francisco 49ers
The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly: San Francisco 49ers (4 Formats) ›
By Steven Travers, Foreword by Bob St. Clair
Trade Paper Price 14.95

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ISBN 9781600782794

Published Sep 2009

Genuine fans take the best team moments with the less than great, and know that the games that are best forgotten make the good moments truly shine. This monumental book of the San Francisco 49ers documents all the best moments and personalities in the history of the team, but also unmasks the regrettably awful and the unflinchingly ugly. In entertaining—and unsparing—fashion, this book sparkles with 49ers highlights and lowlights, from wonderful and wacky memories to the famous and infamous. Such moments include “the Catch” and the magic of Super Bowl XXIX, as well as the joke Gale Sayers made of the 49ers defense one muddy day in 1965 and the 1972 playoff loss to Dallas. Whether providing fond memories, goose bumps, or laughs, this portrait of the team is sure to appeal to the fan who has been through it all.