Rob Neyer

Rob Neyer (1966 – ) is a baseball writer known especially for his facility with modern analysis and sabermetrics. Growing up near Kansas City, Rob was a devoted fan of the Kansas City Royals who caught his break when hired as a research assistant by Bill James. After four years with James and two at STATS LLC, Neyer’s full-time writing career began in 1996 when ESPN hired him and he became the first widely read, sabermetrically savvy writer on the Internet. Rob has written or co-written seven books, including the award-winning The Neyer/James Guide to Pitchers and, most recently, Power Ball: Anatomy of a Modern Baseball Game. He was the recipient of SABR’s Henry Chadwick Award in 2019.


SABR BioProject biographies written by Rob Neyer

  • Adolfo Phillips
  • Artie Wilson
  • Billy Pierce
  • Del Baker
  • Dennis Springer
  • Ike Brown
  • Johnny Lindell
  • Marv Rackley
  • Ted Alexander
  • Tommy Bridges

SABR Games Project stories written by Rob Neyer

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SABR Journal Articles written by Rob Neyer

  • Henry Chadwick Award: Larry Lester
  • Henry Chadwick Award: Dick Cramer
  • Henry Chadwick Award: Bill Carle
  • Henry Chadwick Award: F.C. Lane
  • Henry Chadwick Award: Charles C. Alexander

SABR Research Topics written by Rob Neyer 

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SABR Research Articles written by Rob Neyer 

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