SABR Donor Program

This has been a banner year for SABR, and you can help us bring 2015 to an even more successful close by making a charitable contribution to our year-end donation drive.

SABR depends upon the volunteer work of members to mount our exciting events like the SABR Convention, the Analytics Conference, and the Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference; to produce groundbreaking research through the SABR Digital Library e-book program, the Baseball Research Journal, and The National Pastime; and to expand the online resources of the research committees, regional chapters, the BioProject, the Games Project, and much more. SABR continues to offer unparalleled opportunities for involvement and benefits for members around the world.

As a 501(c)3 organization, tax-deductible donations allow SABR to expand member opportunities and to become an even larger voice in the baseball community. Many members have already become donors, and you can join them right now by making your gift online at Please help us reach our donation drive goal!

All of us at SABR appreciate your support of our great organization and the game we love.

Many companies offer matching gift programs to encourage employees to contribute to charitable organizations. Please check if your company will match your gift or volunteer hours to the Society for American Baseball Research.

Please join me in supporting SABR: Click here to make a donation online. You can also send your donation by check to:

Cronkite School at ASU
555 N. Central Ave. #416
Phoenix, AZ 85004

By doing so you help SABR fulfill its mission and increase the impact of our baseball analysis and historical study. If you have questions regarding your gift, e-mail me at

Best Regards,

Phillip Bolda
Chair, SABR Fundraising and Development Committee


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