Cecilia Tan

Cecilia Tan is SABR’s Publications Editor and a freelance writer and editor living in Cambridge, MA.Cecilia Tan is a freelance writer and editor living in Cambridge, MA. She co-edited both The Fenway Project and ’75: The Red Sox Team That Saved Baseball with Bill Nowlin and has been active in the Boston chapter of SABR since 2001. She is the author of The 50 Greatest Yankees Games (Wiley, 2005) and co-author with Bill Nowlin of The 50 Greatest Red Sox Games (Wiley, 2006). She also writes baseball fiction and is a contributor to Fenway Fiction, edited by Adam Pachter. She writes about baseball online at the web magazine “Why I Like Baseball.”

SABR BioProject biographies written by Cecilia Tan

  • Elston Howard
  • Gary Bell

SABR Games Project stories written by Cecilia Tan

  • April 29, 1986: Roger Clemens becomes first pitcher to strike out 20 in nine innings
  • October 6, 1946: Rudy York’s homer lifts Red Sox to win in World Series opener
  • October 9, 1916: Red Sox win Game 2 on a loaned diamond; Babe Ruth goes the distance in 14

SABR Journal Articles written by Cecilia Tan

  • Editor’s Note: Spring 2020 Baseball Research Journal

SABR Research Topics written by Cecilia Tan 

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SABR Research Articles written by Cecilia Tan 

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