BioProject Editors

The Baseball Biography Project would not succeed without the relatively anonymous role of our team of editors.


To contact an editor

Mark Armour

BioProject chair
Contact Mark to join the project or to start a subproject within another committee or local chapter.

Jan Finkel

Vice Chair, Chief Editor
Contact Jan if you are interested in joining our team of editors, or with questions about the editorial process.

Bill Nowlin

Vice Chair, Team Projects
Contact Bill about ideas for ongoing or future team projects.

Lyle Spatz

Vice Chair, Assignments Coordinator
Contact Lyle to sign up for one or more BioProject subjects.

Scott Ferkovich

Vice Chair, Ballparks Project
Contact Scott if you are particularly interested in researching or writing about ballparks.

Trey Strecker

Vice Chair, Nineteenth Century
Contact Trey if you are particularly interested in researching 19th century subjects.

Warren Corbett

Administrator, Contacts
Contact Warren if you have information about a player that would help a biographer.


To make a correction

If you find a factual error or inaccuracy in any BioProject biography, please e-mail Jacob Pomrenke and include documentation/sourcing for the correction you wish to make.


Our team of editors

Jan Finkel
Warren Corbett


Mark Armour
Stan Bard
Charlie Bevis
Maurice Bouchard
Bob Brady
Jim Charlton
Paul Colbert
Lenore Collins
Mike Cooney
Warren Corbett
Rory Costello
Josh Davlin
Dan Desrochers
Jan Finkel
Irv Goldfarb
John Herson
Chuck Hilty
Fred Ivor-Campbell
Douglas Jacobs
David Jones
Tara Krieger
Craig Lammers
Len Levin
David Lippman
Dean Lollis
Tom McCrossen
Wayne McElreavy
Rod Nelson
Bill Nowlin
Mark Pattison
Joe Pryweller
Tom Rowe
Gary Sarnoff
Trey Strecker
Tom Simon
Cecilia Tan
Megan Tichinel
Saul Wisnia
Allan Wood
Jack Zerby
Andrew Zinner


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