Henry Chadwick Award: Bill Carle

By Rob Neyer

This article was published in the Fall 2013 Baseball Research Journal.

Bartlesville, Oklahoma, is famous as the longtime home of the Phillips Petroleum Company. When it comes to baseball players, though, Bartlesville’s chief claim to fame is probably Tim Pugh, who went to Bartlesville High School and pitched for the Reds (and two other teams) in the 1990s. When it comes to superstars of baseball research, though, few cities can top Bartlesville. Because that’s where 2013 Chadwick Award winner BILL CARLE was born, on the 29th of December in . . .

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