John Pastier

John Pastier has been an architect, city planner, design critic, and university teacher. He was awarded a USA Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts to research ballpark history and design, and he has written about those topics for SABR publications, other sports periodcals and professional and general-interest periodicals in print and online. He was the lead author of Historic Ballparks (Chartwell Books, 2006) and Ballparks Yesterday and Today (Chartwell Books, 2007), and is an editor of a Tiger Stadium book to be published by McFarland. He was a consultant on Camden Yards, Safeco Field, Petco Park, and two Minor League ballparks and an expert witness for the City of Chicago regarding historic landmark status for Wrigley Field. A SABR member since 1988, he was an officer in the society’s Allan Roth and Northwest chapters, and he received the USA Today/Baseball Weekly Award for the 1996 SABR national convention’s best research presentation.

 

 

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  • Brooklyn Dodgers Attendance in 1947

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