Herm Krabbenhoft, a SABR member since 1981, is a retired research chemist. His baseball research has focused on ultimate grand slam home runs, leadoff batters, triple plays, the uniform numbers of Detroit Tigers, and consecutive games streaks for scoring runs and batting in runs—which requires having accurate game-by-game runs and RBI statistics—which requires correcting the runs and RBI errors in baseball’s official records.
- Related link: Read a profile of Herm Krabbenhoft in SABR’s The Inside Game newsletter (November 2018)
SABR BioProject biographies written by Herm Krabbenhoft
SABR Games Project stories written by Herm Krabbenhoft
SABR Journal Articles written by Herm Krabbenhoft
- Day-In/Day-Out Double-Duty Diamondeers: 1946–60
- Howie Fox: Baltimore’s Unique Oriole
- Appendix 1: Howie Fox: Baltimore’s Unique Oriole
- How Many Hits Did Ty Cobb Make in His Major League Career? What Is His Lifetime Batting Average?
- Honus Wagner: Baseball’s Prototypical Five-Tooler?
- ‘When You Come to a Fork in the Road, Take It’: Who Took the Cycle or Quasi-Cycle?
- The Complete Collegiate Baseball Record of George H.W. Bush
- Quasi-Cycles — Better than Cycles?
- Discrepancy in an All-Time MLB Record: Billy Hamilton’s 1894 Runs Scored
- Ted Lyons: 300 Wins—Closer with a Closer?
- Seeking Resolution of the Discrepancy for the 1912 NL Triple Crown
- Solving the mystery of Heinie Zimmerman’s 1912 National League Triple Crown
- Additional Corrections in the Official Records (1920–44) of Runs Scored for Detroit Tigers Players
- The Accurate RBI Record of Babe Ruth
- Lou Gehrig’s RBI Record: 1923–39
SABR Research Topics written by Herm Krabbenhoft
SABR Research Articles written by Herm Krabbenhoft
SABR Ballparks written by Herm Krabbenhoft