Henry Chadwick Award: Mark Armour

By Rob Neyer

This article was published in the Spring 2014 Baseball Research Journal.

Before Mark Armour knew anything about baseball, he fell in love with those little rectangular bits of cardboard with a cheesy photo on the front and those wonderful rows of numbers on the back. He was just five or six years old, and had to ask his dad who Willie Mays was. In 1960, Mark was born in California an Air Force brat, but moved with his family to New England when he was still a . . .

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