BioProject Resources

The primary goal of the Baseball Biography Project is to enliven the people behind the statistical records that are so readily available. While doing so, the project will also encourage quality research and writing, energize SABR's regional chapters, provide SABR with a large, unifying project, and provide tools and procedures to encourage research co-ordination.

On June 26, 2002, SABR's Executive Board approved the formation of the BioProject Committee. The committee houses the Baseball Biography Project, whose purpose is to solicit, write, edit, and maintain high quality journal-length biographies of every player who ever played in the major leagues, as well as any other person connected with baseball in a significant way.

All biographies are written by members of the Society for American Baseball Research. All biographies have been reviewed for style and accuracy. They are still considered works in progress and will be updated as errors are discovered. All biographies on this site are jointly the property of SABR and the author.

The BioProject website can be found here:

http://sabr.org/bioproject

Newsletters, annual reports, guidelines, etc., can be found below: