SABR’s mission is to foster the study, discussion, and understanding of all aspects of baseball. In order to fulfill this mission, we rely not only on member dues but also gifts from our generous supporters.
Through membership in a SABR Giving Circle, supporters expand our capacity to engage in the three pillars of SABR’s work: research, preservation, and scholarship. They help us realize our vision of becoming the essential community for the world of baseball.
Click on an image below to make a one-time contribution to SABR:
Research Circle — $1,000: Baseball research and recognition of the research is the pillar upon which SABR was founded nearly 50 years ago. Our research committees represent a diverse spectrum of interests, including the BioProject Committee, Baseball and the Arts Research Committee, Statistical Analysis Research Committee, and many more.
Preservation Circle — $2,500: A core function of SABR is to preserve baseball history and baseball research materials for future generations. SABR’s work in preserving baseball history is reflected in our grave marker projects, led by committees that locate 19th Century and Negro League player gravesites and adorn them with headstones, as well as the Minor League Player Database, Major League Baseball Home Run Log, and much more.
Scholar Circle — $5,000: Iconic Detroit Tigers broadcaster Ernie Harwell said: “SABR is the Phi Beta Kappa of baseball, providing scholarship which the sport has long needed. ... An excellent way for all of us to add to our enjoyment of the greatest game." SABR promotes the understanding of the game of baseball through the Baseball Research Journal, events such as the SABR Analytics Conference and the Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference, and through groups such as the Negro Leagues Research Committee, Women in Baseball Research Committee, and the Educational Resources Committee.
Future of the Game Circle — $10,000: Future of the Game Circle members play a special role in ensuring the future of SABR by providing support for membership growth and student fellowships. Your participation in the Future of the Game Circle will help SABR develop networking opportunities for students aspiring to work in baseball. By joining the Future of the Game Circle, a fellowship for a high school or college student to attend the SABR Analytics Conference or Annual Convention will be awarded in your name.
If you would prefer to donate to SABR via check, please send your check and a brief note describing the purpose of your donation to:
Cronkite School at ASU
555 N. Central Ave. #416
Phoenix, AZ 85004
For more information, please contact SABR’s Director of Development, Ben Rose, at email@example.com or (602) 496-1465.