Mike Lynch was born in the heart of Red Sox Nation in the year of Yastrzemski and has been a diehard Red Sox fan ever since. A member of SABR since 2004, he lives in West Roxbury, Massachusetts. He is the author of three books, Harry Frazee, Ban Johnson and the Feud That Nearly Destroyed the American League, which was named a finalist for the 2009 Larry Ritter Award in addition to being nominated for the Seymour Medal; It Ain’t So: A Might-Have-Been History of the White Sox in 1919 and Beyond, and Baseball’s Untold History: Vol I—The People. His work has also been featured in SABR books about the 1912 Boston Red Sox and 1914 Boston Braves.
SABR BioProject biographies written by Mike Lynch
SABR Games Project stories written by Mike Lynch
- September 22, 1911: Rookie Conwell's inglorious debut
- June 16, 1916: Salida Tom Hughes no-hits Pirates at Braves Field
- May 2, 1917: Fred Toney and Reds prevail 1-0 in double no-hitter against Cubs' Hippo Vaughn
- September 16, 1922: Whitey Witt knocked out in Yankees-Browns melee
- June 13, 1924: Yankees win forfeited game in Detroit as 'all hell breaks loose'
- June 21, 1967: Lonborg, Red Sox trade beanballs with Yankees
- July 15, 1975: In Milwaukee, NL wins fourth straight All-Star Game
SABR Journal Articles written by Mike Lynch