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The Die-Hard Sports Fan’s Guide to Boston: A Spectator's Handbook *

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  • Paperback, 5½ x 8½ in
  • 269 pages, B/W photographs and 16pp full-color insert
  • 978-1-934598-04-7

Forget the Swan Boats—the real heart and soul of Boston is found among the fans at Fenway Park, the mobs lining the route of the Boston Marathon, the tailgaters at Boston College, and the crowds celebrating yet another championship for the Pats, Sox, and Celtics. Paying tribute to Boston’s legendary sports history, The Die-Hard Sports Fan’s Guide to Boston is the first and only comprehensive guide to the incredible range of spectator sporting events in and around the Hub.

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Christopher Klein is a die-hard Boston sports fan who has attended sporting events around the globe, from Aussie Rules Football in Melbourne to sumo wrestling in Tokyo. His sports articles have been featured in the Boston Globe, ESPN.com, and New England Travel.

Christopher Klein is a die-hard Boston sports fan who has attended sporting events around the globe, from Aussie Rules Football in Melbourne to sumo wrestling in Tokyo. His sports articles have been featured in the Boston Globe, ESPN.com, and New England Travel.

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