Doug Skipper

Doug Skipper was born in Texas, grew up in Colorado, lived in Wyoming and North Dakota, and now resides in Apple Valley, Minnesota. He has worshiped the Red Sox from afar since his maternal grandfather escorted him and his two brothers to see their first major league game, on Thursday, August 3, 1967 at Fenway Park (a 5-3 win). A SABR member since 1982, Doug and his wife Kathy have two daughters, MacKenzie and Shannon. He is a marketing research, customer satisfaction and public opinion consultant, who reads and writes about baseball, and engages in father-daughter dancing.

SABR BioProject biographies written by Doug Skipper

  • Bill Donovan
  • Connie Mack
  • Danny Murphy
  • Dave Winfield
  • Del Wilber
  • Glenn Elliott
  • Jeff Huson
  • Lou Finney
  • Mel Nelson
  • Norm Siebern
  • Paul Molitor
  • Wally Mayer
  • Wally Moses
  • Willie Keeler

SABR Games Project stories written by Doug Skipper

  • May 20, 1986: Wade Boggs collects five hits for the Red Sox

SABR Journal Articles written by Doug Skipper

  • Connie Mack: The Tall Tactician
  • Small College Baseball in Minnesota
  • University of Minnesota Baseball

SABR Research Topics written by Doug Skipper 

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SABR Research Articles written by Doug Skipper 

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SABR Ballparks written by Doug Skipper 

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