Christopher D. Chavis

Christopher D. Chavis’s love affair with the Boston Red Sox began as an undergraduate at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, where his frequent trips to Fenway Park instilled in him a love of the Olde Towne Team that spawned a deep interest in baseball history. A health policy analyst by day and amateur baseball historian by night, he can usually be found reading a book or watching a documentary about the Sox. In addition to his contributions to SABR, he writes about interesting tidbits in Boston baseball history on his blog, Huntington Avenue Grounds. He briefly returned to New England after attending law school at Michigan State University but currently makes his home in Alexandria, Virginia, with his wife and two cats, Teddy and Yaz.

 

SABR BioProject biographies written by Christopher D. Chavis

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SABR Games Project stories written by Christopher D. Chavis

  • September 1, 1997: Boston, Montreal take their rivalry to the baseball diamond as Vladimir Guerrero walks it off
  • September 30, 1982: Red Sox say ‘Cheers’ to Brewers, bring AL East race down to the wire
  • October 3, 1972: Fenway faithful are left wondering ‘what if’ as Tigers win AL East by a half-game
  • September 7, 1972: Red Sox rally to take the division lead in a chaotic AL East race
  • April 15, 1972: After an uncertain spring, Red Sox drop Opening Day game in Detroit
  • July 14, 1956: Boston’s Mel Parnell makes last stand, tosses no-hitter at Fenway Park

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SABR Research Articles written by Christopher D. Chavis 

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SABR Ballparks written by Christopher D. Chavis 

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