Mark S. Sternman

Mark S. Sternman has a partial season ticket plan for the Boston Red Sox but roots loyally for the New York Yankees. He still misses the Montreal Expos.

SABR BioProject biographies written by Mark S. Sternman

  • Ben Cardoni
  • Buster Brown
  • Fred Klobedanz
  • Fred Tenney
  • George McConnell
  • Glenn Beckert
  • Joe Girardi
  • Johnny Damon
  • Jose Vidro
  • Luis Aponte
  • Mike Mordecai
  • Mike Stenhouse
  • Rich Hinton
  • Sam Wise
  • Scotty Ingerton

SABR Games Project stories written by Mark S. Sternman

  • August 18, 1946: Artie Wilson turns in a star performance in Negro Leagues East-West Classic
  • August 15, 1946: Newark Eagles quartet sparks East to victory in Negro Leagues all-star game
  • October 8, 1939: Joe DiMaggio’s 10th-inning single secures Yankees’ fourth straight title
  • October 7, 1939: ‘King Kong’ Charlie Keller’s two home runs help Yankees push Reds to brink
  • October 5, 1938: Yankees’ Red Ruffing shackles Cubs in World Series opener
  • October 2, 1932: Yankees crush the Cubs to take World Series title in 4-game sweep
  • August 31, 1932: Kiki Cuyler leads Cubs to 12th straight win
  • October 6, 1926: Babe Ruth becomes first player to hit three homers in World Series game
  • June 13, 1916: Braves, Reds play longest scoreless duel in MLB history
  • October 3, 1915: Chicago Whales clinch final Federal League title
  • October 13, 1914: Braves finish off shocking World Series upset in Game Four
  • October 12, 1914: Braves win Game Three in 12 innings
  • October 10, 1914: Bill James outduels Eddie Plank in Game Two
  • October 9, 1914: Rudolph outpitches Bender in World Series opener

SABR Journal Articles written by Mark S. Sternman

  • The 1951 World Series
  • The Last Best Day: When Chicago Had Three First-Place Teams

SABR Research Topics written by Mark S. Sternman 

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SABR Research Articles written by Mark S. Sternman 

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SABR Ballparks written by Mark S. Sternman 

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