Category Archive: Committee research

Historical Minor League Statistics

Note: Historical minor-league statistics at Baseball-Reference.com…

Nineteenth Century Research Committee: Chairman's Award

Each year, the leadership of the SABR Nineteenth Century Research…
On June 3, 1932, Gehrig matched Lowe's feat of four home home runs in a single game.

Four or more home runs in a single game

Below is a list of all known players to have hit four or more…

An Overlooked 19th-Century Legend: Harry Stovey

Editor's note: At this year's SABR convention in Long Beach,…

Looking Back at Yogi Berra's 173 Shutouts Caught

As Yogi Berra celebrates his 86th birthday on Thursday, May 12,…

An Offbeat Record Held By Willie Mays

You could count on the Say Hey Kid to hit a home run in just…

Deacon White: An Overlooked 19th Century Legend

Editor's note: In 2010, SABR's Nineteenth Century Research Committee…

An Analysis of Pre-Modern Pitchers

Jonathan Stilwell looks at the best pitchers of the 19th century. Editor's…
The ticket and administration building (shown at left) still stands and today serves as the headquarters for the Boston University police.

Were the Boston Braves Really Controlled by the Giants and Tammany Hall?

Editor's note: This article first appeared in the Business of…

A Black Sox Mystery: Who Was "Rachael Brown"?

Editor's note: This article first appeared in the Black Sox Scandal…

Do Motivated Players Have Higher Batting Averages?

Editor's note: This article first appeared in the Statistical…

Who Was The Oldest Major Leaguer To Hit Safely?

New research shows a change in the oldest known big-league batter…

Most Starts By Two Batterymates

A pair of Detroit Tigers tops Walt Wilson's list of most starts…

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