Kurt Blumenau

Kurt Blumenau grew up in the Rochester, New York, area, following the Mets and the Triple-A Rochester Red Wings. After a dozen years as a journalist, he now works in corporate communications in the Boston area. He has a strong interest in the minor leagues, particularly the New York-Penn League, and also enjoys watching college games.

 

SABR BioProject biographies written by Kurt Blumenau

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SABR Games Project stories written by Kurt Blumenau

  • September 10, 2019: Brooklyn Cyclones win title in final NY-Penn League game
  • July 7, 2013: Derek Jeter thrills Pennsylvania fans in minor-league rehab stint
  • June 16, 2008: Matsuzaka thrills Allentown, earns rehab win on rainy night
  • August 29, 1989: Journeyman Jim Dwyer returns to Expos after 13 years
  • September 1, 1988: Maine town’s minor-league fling ends
  • October 5, 1986: Mets cap 108-win regular season as Ron Darling, Sid Fernandez combine for shutout
  • August 28, 1986: Stan Wasiak, King of the Minors, reaches end of the road
  • May 8, 1986: Seattle skipper Marty Martinez loses only game as Mariners manager
  • April 17, 1986: Not yet a LOOGY, Tony Fossas serves up a shutout for Edmonton
  • August 12, 1985: Larry Walker launches Hall of Fame career with a productive night in Utica
  • September 13, 1984: Maine Guides’ Cinderella story ends one game short of International League title
  • September 3, 1984: Olympian John Hoover has a golden day in season finale for Rochester
  • September 10, 1983: Lynn Pirates depart, Roger Clemens arrives in Eastern League championship
  • July 25, 1983: New York-Penn pitchers flirt with double no-hitter
  • August 31, 1982: Holyoke’s minor-league dream ends with a win

SABR Journal Articles written by Kurt Blumenau

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SABR Research Topics written by Kurt Blumenau 

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SABR Research Articles written by Kurt Blumenau 

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SABR Ballparks written by Kurt Blumenau 

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