If your membership has expired recently, there’s still time left to renew and be a part of the SABR community again. If you’ve already renewed, we thank you for your support and look forward to another exciting year ahead.
Join SABR or renew now to receive the Fall 2021 edition of the Baseball Research Journal, plus discounts on registration to the 2022 SABR Analytics Conference and SABR 50 in Baltimore, and a lot more! Please note: We MUST receive your dues by October 15, 2021, in order for you to receive the upcoming BRJ.
- Here’s how to renew: You can renew your membership online at the SABR Store; by phone at 602-496-1465; or by mailing this downloadable PDF form and your payment to the SABR office at Cronkite School at ASU, 555 N. Central Ave. #416, Phoenix, AZ 85004.
SABR memberships are available on annual, multi-year, or monthly subscription basis. Annual and monthly subscription memberships now auto-renew for your convenience. Young Professional memberships are for ages 30 and under. Senior memberships are for ages 65 and older. Student memberships are available to currently enrolled middle/high school or full-time college/university students. Visit SABR.org/join to learn more.
Dues are the same as they have been in recent years. For one low price, you get two editions of the Baseball Research Journal, the e-book edition of The National Pastime; all free e-books published by the SABR Digital Library; “This Week in SABR” every Friday; access to research resources such as Paper of Record and Newspapers.com; discounts to all SABR conferences such as the Annual Convention (Baltimore in 2022), the SABR Analytics Conference, the Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference, and the Frederick Ivor-Campbell 19th Century Conference; and much, much more. Click here for a list of SABR membership benefits.
We believe SABR has something for everyone, from the active researcher to someone passionate about baseball. We hope you’ll invite your friends, colleagues and family members to join at SABR.org/join.
Originally published: September 30, 2021. Last Updated: October 1, 2021.