Cory Ritterbusch

Cory Ritterbusch is a diverse professional living in Shullsburg, Wisconsin, with his wife and two boys. He is a restoration ecologist, community planner, teacher, and historian. He has had more than 50 articles published on subjects ranging from music to botany. In 2012 he published the book, H.S. Pepoon: Pioneer Conservationist. A lifelong baseball historian, he serves as a local expert on regional baseball history, is known for his knowledge of Pee Wee Reese, and works for the local semi-professional team as an announcer. His extensive book collection is split between natural history, local history, and baseball. He prefers visiting non-MLB historic stadiums but did attend the first night game at Wrigley Field.

 

SABR BioProject biographies written by Cory Ritterbusch

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SABR Games Project stories written by Cory Ritterbusch

  • September 8, 1985: Reds’ Pete Rose unknowingly breaks Ty Cobb’s hit record
  • September 25, 1963: Stan Musial plays his last road game at Wrigley Field
  • May 18, 1947: Jackie Robinson welcomed at Chicago’s Wrigley Field
  • April 27, 1947: A ‘good look’ at Eddie Waitkus on Babe Ruth Day at Wrigley
  • June 1, 1940: Pee Wee Reese gets beaned by Cubs, leading to bleacher changes at Wrigley

SABR Journal Articles written by Cory Ritterbusch

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SABR Research Topics written by Cory Ritterbusch 

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SABR Research Articles written by Cory Ritterbusch 

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SABR Ballparks written by Cory Ritterbusch 

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