Tom Mason

Tom Mason is an attorney and an accomplished freelance writer with dozens of articles to his credit. His work has been published in the New Bedford Standard-Times, the Brockton Enterprise, and the Quincy Patriot-Ledger. He was the primary author of the Maple Street Guide to New England Ballparks and contributed to the Pawtucket Red Sox yearbook. A graduate of the Wharton School of Finance and Boston University Law School, Tom has lived in Lakeville and Lexington, Massachusetts. As a boy, Tom would go to Nickerson Field to watch Boston University play football. He’s also seen United States Football League and professional soccer games at the ballpark formerly known as “Braves Field.”

 

 

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SABR Games Project stories written by Tom Mason

  • July 8, 1979: Ben Oglivie’s 3-homer outburst sparks Brewers sweep
  • May 30, 1947: Braves’ Memorial Day sweep spoils Jackie Robinson’s Boston debut
  • December 4, 1920: Big-time college football comes to Braves Field

SABR Journal Articles written by Tom Mason

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SABR Research Topics written by Tom Mason 

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SABR Research Articles written by Tom Mason 

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