Tom Hufford

Tom HuffordTom Hufford was a college student at Virginia Tech when he became a founding member of SABR at its first meeting on August 10, 1971, in Cooperstown, New York. He was the organization’s secretary in 1976 and was elected to the Board of Directors again in 2004, serving until 2012. Tom has a degree in architecture and urban planning, and spent 30 years in that field. He served as president of the Braves 400 Club (booster club) in 1991-92 and was a consultant to the Atlanta Braves during the design of Turner Field. His primary research interests are biographical research, the minor leagues, Latin American baseball, umpires, coaches, the Appalachian League and the Atlanta Braves.

SABR BioProject biographies written by Tom Hufford

  • Phil Niekro
  • Ramón Romero
  • Steve Avery

SABR Games Project stories written by Tom Hufford

  • September 23, 1931: Charity begins at home plate: Red Sox, Braves team up for benefit game

SABR Journal Articles written by Tom Hufford

  • What Happens to College All-America Selections?
  • Frank W. Olin, Industrialist
  • Pitching for the Red Sox: Ted Williams
  • Minoso One of the Oldest
  • Old Orioles Reunited
  • Rudy York, the Big Gun of August
  • Leo “Muscle” Shoals

SABR Research Topics written by Tom Hufford 

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SABR Research Articles written by Tom Hufford 

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