Doug Feldmann

Doug Feldmann is a professor in the College of Education at Northern Kentucky University and a former scout for the Cincinnati Reds, Seattle Mariners, and San Diego Padres. He has written extensively on baseball history and the sport’s sociological impact on urban and small-town America. A multiple-time nominee for the Casey Award and the Seymour Medal, Doug lives in the Cincinnati area. Visit his website at dougfeldmannbooks.com or follow him on Twitter @D_FeldmannBooks.

 

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SABR Games Project stories written by Doug Feldmann

  • October 8, 1983: Orioles clinch AL pennant in final postseason game at Comiskey Park
  • September 16, 1975: Rennie Stennett leads Pirates rout with a record seven hits
  • April 9, 1969: Billy Williams’ four doubles lead Cubs to drubbing of Phillies
  • August 28, 1968: During Chicago convention turmoil, Jerry Nyman shuts out Yankees in first career start
  • April 13, 1954: Tom Alston makes Cardinals history as first Black player to take the field
  • October 5, 1935: Defense dooms Cubs in Game 4
  • October 4, 1935: Cubs stymied by ejections, errors, and the Schoolboy in Game 3
  • October 5, 1934: Paul Dean impresses brother Dizzy in Cardinals’ Game 3 win
  • September 16, 1933: Cardinals outlast Dodgers after 27 runs, 36 hits, and 17 walks
  • July 16, 1933: Roy Parmelee, Red Lucas battle all the way in extra-inning tilt
  • July 23, 1921: As hot as summer in St. Louis, Browns take eighth straight game

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