Category Archive: Chadwick Award.2010-BRJ39-1

Henry Chadwick Award: Henry Chadwick

Chadwick, known as the "Father of Baseball," wrote about and…

Henry Chadwick Award: Jules Tygiel

Tygiel is best known for his 1983 classic on the evolution of…

Henry Chadwick Award: Harold Seymour and Dorothy Seymour Mills

Harold Seymour and Dorothy Seymour Mills co-authored an unprecedented…
Lawrence Ritter, standing, looks on as Lee Lowenfish, left, interviews Red Barber at Polk Award ceremonies, Long Island University, circa 1985. A shy man, Ritter summoned the courage to call retired players and discovered that most of them were eager to tell their stories.

Henry Chadwick Award: Lawrence S. Ritter

Ritter's "The Glory of Their Times," published in 1966, set the…

Henry Chadwick Award: Pete Palmer

Palmer first gained national prominence when he found an error…

Henry Chadwick Award: David S. Neft

Neft's creation of Macmillan’s Baseball Encyclopedia in 1969…

Henry Chadwick Award: Peter Morris

Morris's five monumental works have firmly established him as…

Henry Chadwick Award: Bill James

From his self-published "Abstracts" to his work with the Boston…

Henry Chadwick Award: Bob Davids

Davids, a career federal-government employee, founded the Society…

Henry Chadwick Award: Lee Allen

Allen, who worked at the Hall of Fame for a decade between 1959…
Baseball Research Journal, Summer 2010 (Vol. 39, No. 1)

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