David Krell

David Krell is the author of Our Bums: The Brooklyn Dodgers in History, Memory and Popular Culture. David has also written for Memories and Dreams (the magazine of the National Baseball Hall of Fame), the Baseball Research Journal, and the New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Journal.

SABR BioProject biographies written by David Krell

  • Bert Convy
  • Bill Dahlen
  • Bob Hope
  • Bucky Dent
  • Bunny Fabrique
  • Danny Kaye
  • Dick Drott
  • Dike Varney
  • Hal Lanier
  • Harry Sinclair
  • Joe Pepitone
  • Johnny Podres
  • Jumbo Brown
  • Kurt Russell
  • Lou Costello

SABR Games Project stories written by David Krell

  • September 12, 1984: Mets’ Dwight Gooden becomes new rookie strikeout rajah
  • August 6, 1979: Yankees bury Thurman Munson, win emotional game against Orioles
  • May 29, 1971: Tom Seaver strikes out 10 Padres to win opener for Mets
  • July 6, 1970: Tommie Agee hits for the cycle; Mets pound Cardinals for 10 runs, 17 hits
  • May 7, 1970: Wes Parker hits for cycle; triple in 10th wins it for Dodgers
  • April 24, 1970: Dodgers beat Mets 1-0 in 15 innings
  • September 4, 1969: Willie Davis’s hitting streak ends at 31 games
  • September 20, 1968: Mickey Mantle’s 536th and final home run marks end of an era
  • April 12, 1966: Red Sox lose season opener to Orioles in 13th inning on bases-loaded balk
  • May 5, 1962: Bo Belinsky blanks Baltimore, strikes out nine in no-hitter
  • September 28, 1960: Ted Williams bids adieu to Boston fans with 521st home run
  • May 7, 1959: Roy Campanella Night
  • April 23, 1954: Hank Aaron hits first career home run as Braves and Cardinals battle for 14 innings
  • September 18, 1941: The Aurora Borealis game at Forbes Field
  • April 23, 1940: Pee Wee Reese goes 1-for-3 in Dodgers debut

SABR Journal Articles written by David Krell

  • From Bat to Baton: Josh Gibson, the Pittsburgh Opera, and The Summer King
  • Roosevelt Stadium: The Forgotten Ballpark
  • The Best Baseball Story Ever?: Cecil “Stud” Cantrell, the Tampico Stogies, and Long Gone
  • The New York Mets in Popular Culture
  • Chicago Goes Hollywood: The Cubs, Wrigley Field, and Popular Culture
  • Fact vs. Fiction: An Analysis of Baseball in Films

SABR Research Topics written by David Krell 

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SABR Research Articles written by David Krell 

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