Paul Hofmann

Paul Hofmann is the Associate Vice President for International Programs at Sacramento State University. He is a native of Detroit, Michigan and lifelong Detroit sports fan. His research interests include 19th century and pre-World War II Japanese baseball. He is also an avid baseball card collector. Paul currently resides in Folsom, California.

 

SABR BioProject biographies written by Paul Hofmann

  • Carlos Delgado
  • Charlie Bennett
  • Charlie Ferguson
  • Dan Meyer
  • Dave Duncan
  • Earl Hamilton
  • Ed Fitz Gerald
  • Eiji Sawamura
  • Garrett Atkins
  • Gus Dorner
  • Harry Stovey
  • Jim French
  • Joe Charboneau
  • Jud Birchall
  • Julian Tavarez

SABR Games Project stories written by Paul Hofmann

  • April 4, 2005: Rockies’ resilient rookies lead comeback on Opening Day
  • October 5, 2000: John Franco saves the day, Mets even Division Series vs. Giants
  • August 22, 2000: In Rockies’ exciting rally, the winning pitcher was the catcher
  • April 4, 1994: Cubs’ Tuffy Rhodes goes deep three times on Opening Day
  • October 4, 1988: Mets rally for three in ninth, steal Game 1 of NLCS
  • April 27, 1984: Indians outlast sizzling Tigers in 19 innings
  • April 15, 1983: Milt Wilcox nearly perfect for Tigers
  • August 8, 1967: Tigers return to the Corner after 1967 race riot
  • September 21, 1963: Denny McLain homers in major-league debut
  • June 6, 1952: Murry Dickson and the Bucs shave ‘The Barber’
  • August 30, 1912: Browns’ Earl Hamilton throws the first no-strikeout no-hitter

SABR Journal Articles written by Paul Hofmann

No items found

SABR Research Topics written by Paul Hofmann 

No items found

SABR Research Articles written by Paul Hofmann 

No items found

© SABR. All Rights Reserved