Douglas Jordan is a business professor at Sonoma State University in Northern California. He is a relatively new but enthusiastic SABR member who looks forward to continuing to contribute to the literature on the best game in the world. A lifelong Mets fan who spent a decade in Texas, he finally learned to empathize with the suffering of Boston Red Sox fans in 1986 while agonizing over the 2011 World Series Games Six and Seven travails of the Texas Rangers.
SABR BioProject biographies written by Douglas Jordan
SABR Games Project stories written by Douglas Jordan
SABR Journal Articles written by Douglas Jordan
- Dennis Eckersley: The Last Thousand-Hundred Man
- Beyond the Miracle: The Mets of the Early 1970s
- Team Batting Average: A Comprehensive Analysis
- World Series Game Situation Winning Probabilities: An Update
- Home Runs and Strikeouts: Another Look
- Baseball Championship Windows: How Long Are They?
- The .700 Club: Blessedly Good Baseball
- “That Record Will Never Be Broken!”: How Many Unbreakable Records Are There?
- World Series Game Situation Winning Probabilities: How Often Do Teams Come Back From Behind?
SABR Research Topics written by Douglas Jordan
SABR Research Articles written by Douglas Jordan
SABR Ballparks written by Douglas Jordan