Stephen R. Keeney

Stephen R. Keeney is a lifelong Reds fan. He graduated from Miami University in 2010 and from Northern Kentucky University’s Chase College of Law in 2013. He lives in Dayton, Ohio, as a union staff representative with his wife and two children. He has contributed to several SABR publications, and his article “The Roster Depre- ciation Allowance: How Major League Baseball Teams Turn Profits into Losses” was selected for SABR 50 at 50: The Society for American Baseball Research’s Fifty Most Essential Contributions to the Game.

 

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  • Democracy at the Ballpark: Looking Towards a Fan-Owned Future
  • Blurring the Color Line: How Cuban Baseball Players Led to the Racial Integration of Major League Baseball
  • The Roster Depreciation Allowance: How Major League Baseball Teams Turn Profits Into Losses

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