Tom Nardacci

Tom Nardacci born in Rensselaer, New York, where he and his friends, unbeknownst to them, played sandlot baseball on the same Hudson Riverfront Park field where Roger Connor of the Troy Trojans hit major league baseball’s first grand slam in 1881. Tom, a lifelong Yankees fan, is a collector of T206 baseball cards and primarily researches and writes about the Deadball Era. Tom is a serial entrepreneur. For 15 years, he owned one of New York’s top public affairs firms, which he founded and later sold. He earned his undergraduate degree in history from Syracuse University and his master’s degree in strategic communications from Columbia University.


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SABR Games Project stories written by Tom Nardacci

  • October 17, 1911: Home Run Baker, A’s get the best of Giants’ Christy Mathewson in Game 3
  • May 7, 1911: Cleveland’s Shoeless Joe Jackson beats Browns in 12th inning with grand slam
  • May 2, 1909: Pirates’ Honus Wagner steals his way around the bases 

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