Andrew Harner

A love of baseball was instilled in Andrew Harner from childhood, but since he had next to no athletic skills, he instead dove into the game’s history and poured over box scores as often as he could. And because baseball history wasn’t offered as a college major, he settled for the next best thing—a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism with a minor in history. He graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2010 and spent nearly seven years as a sports editor before leaving the newspaper industry to pursue a career in hospitality management. Andrew has since published baseball research for HowTheyPlay and spent a little over a year producing online NFL content for Sports Illustrated. He has been married to his wife, Elizabeth, since 2011, and they have two daughters.

 

SABR BioProject biographies written by Andrew Harner

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SABR Games Project stories written by Andrew Harner

  • August 23, 1902: With three stars banned, Cleveland falters in front of AL-record crowd in Philadelphia
  • June 5, 1902: Cy Young uses unconventional home run, conventional pitching to win first matchup against Addie Joss
  • April 25, 1902: Rookie Gene Wright is backed by Zaza Harvey’s six hits as Cleveland dominates St. Louis
  • September 14, 1901: Casey at the altar: Cleveland spoils wedding day for Detroit captain ‘Doc’ Casey
  • May 14, 1901: McAleer makes unusual proposal in effort to shore up deteriorated pitching corps after Milwaukee sweeps Cleveland
  • May 9, 1901:  Cleveland’s Earl Moore hurls nine no-hit innings but can’t contain White Stockings in 10th
  • April 24, 1901: White Stockings thump Cleveland as American League turns from minor to major

SABR Journal Articles written by Andrew Harner

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SABR Research Topics written by Andrew Harner 

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SABR Research Articles written by Andrew Harner 

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SABR Ballparks written by Andrew Harner 

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