Stephen V. Rice

Stephen V. Rice, Ph.D., hails from Detroit, Michigan, and lives in Collierville, Tennessee. During his childhood he pored over statistics in the baseball encyclopedia and wondered about the players. The numbers don’t say much about the players; they don’t tell us who they were or what they were like. Now he writes biographies for the SABR BioProject, to help tell their stories. In his day job, he is a software architect in the Computational Biology department at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis.

 

SABR BioProject biographies written by Stephen V. Rice

  • Aaron Ward
  • Al Bridwell
  • Andy Lotshaw
  • Andy Reese
  • Archie Stewart
  • Art Fromme
  • Art Griggs
  • Art Jacobs
  • Bill Bernhard
  • Bill Burns
  • Bill Joyce
  • Bill Lelivelt
  • Bill Phillips
  • Billy Rhines
  • Bob Gilks

SABR Games Project stories written by Stephen V. Rice

  • September 29, 1957: End of an era as Giants play final home game in New York
  • April 12, 1955: Connie Mack, Harry Truman see Athletics win in Kansas City debut
  • September 1, 1954: Herb Score hurls one-hitter, surpasses 300 strikeouts for Indianapolis Indians
  • July 25-26, 1952: Tigers’ Bud Souchock stuns Yankees with consecutive walk-off home runs
  • June 18, 1947: Boston’s Johnny Pesky drives in winning run in 15th
  • September 18, 1946: Jackie Robinson’s Montreal Royals get the best of Yogi Berra’s Newark Bears in playoffs
  • October 10, 1945: Newhouser leads Tigers to Game 7 victory
  • June 13, 1944: Ray Dandridge, Newark Eagles soar over Memphis Red Sox
  • September 28, 1943: George Kell debuts in Connie Mack’s all-rookie lineup
  • May 18, 1940: Young Roy Campanella clouts two home runs for Baltimore Elite Giants
  • September 6, 1939: Gomez beats Grove in duel of Hall of Fame lefties
  • September 23, 1938: Bucky Walters shines in Reds’ triumph over Pirates
  • May 19, 1937: Carl Hubbell bests Dizzy Dean in ‘Battle of the Century’
  • May 3, 1936: Satchel Paige and the Pittsburgh Crawfords visit Zanesville, Ohio
  • August 8, 1935: Detroit Tigers’ ‘Battalion of Death’ rescues the General

SABR Journal Articles written by Stephen V. Rice

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SABR Research Topics written by Stephen V. Rice 

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SABR Research Articles written by Stephen V. Rice 

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SABR Ballparks written by Stephen V. Rice 

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