Although Saul Wisnia was born in Boston 15 years after the Braves last called it home, he is a passionate fan and historian of both the city's major league clubs. He is a founding member of the Boston Braves Historical Association and emcees (with Joe Morgan) each BBHA fall reunion. As senior publications editor at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, he chronicles the important role the Red Sox play in the Institute's Jimmy Fund charitable arm, which the Braves helped start in 1948. A former sports correspondent for the Washington Post, Wisnia has authored and contributed to numerous books on baseball and other subjects, and his look at Boston's years as a two-team town -- From Yawkey to Milwaukee (written with Richard Johnson) -- will be published by Rounder Books in 2009.
Although he now lives in Newton with his wife Michelle, son Jason, and daughter Rachel, he previously resided on streets leading
directly to Braves Field and Fenway Park.
SABR BioProject biographies written by Saul Wisnia