https://sabr.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/TNP-2015-journalimage-600x552_0_0.jpg 573 619 admin /wp-content/uploads/2020/02/sabr_logo.png admin2015-06-01 18:13:432020-06-16 17:33:43The National Pastime: Baseball in Chicago (2015)
- The Game That Was Not—Philadelphia Phillies at Chicago Cubs, August 8, 1988
- Lasting Impressions of Harry Caray
- “Don’t Tell Them any Different”: Don Kessinger Night Caps a Long Career
- The Last Best Day: When Chicago Had Three First-Place Teams
Mark S. Sternman
- Dean of Chicanery: Jerry Reinsdorf’s Plan to Enlist Hank Greenberg to Umpire the Northwestern Law School Student-Faculty Game and How it Backfired
- Bears, Cubs, and a Moose, Oh My
- A Fall Classic Comedy: Game Six, 1945
- Silas K. Johnson: An Illinois Farm Boy Who Made Baseball History
Matthew M. Clifford
- Why did Wrigley, Lasker, and the Chicago Cubs Join a Presidential Campaign?
- The Western Baseball Tours of 1879
- There Was Almost No World Series in 1905, Too: How Charlie Comiskey Could Have Ended the Fall Classic Before it Started
- The Legacy of the Players’ League: 1890 Chicago Pirates
- William Hulbert: Father of Professional Sports Leagues
- Chicago History Museum’s Baseball Photo Treasure Trove: Chicago Daily News Glass Plate Negative Collection
- Expanded e-edition articles can be found online at SABR.org
- Memories That Will Never Go-Go
- Black Sox on Film
- Bill Murray’s Prediction
- From the North Side to the Deep South
- Buying the White Sox: A Comic Opera Starring Bill Veeck, Hank Greenberg, and Chuck Comiskey
- Chicago Goes Hollywood: The Cubs, Wrigley Field, and Popular Culture
- Of Black Sox, Ball Yards, and Monty Stratton: Chicago Baseball Movies
- Curse of the Billy Goat: An Adaptive Coping Strategy for Cubs Fans
Jeremy Ashton Houska, Ph.D.
- Stories of the White Sox: Farrell, Lardner, and Algren
- When They Were Just Boys: Chicago and Youth Baseball Take Center Stage
- The Peculiar Professional Baseball Career of Eddie Gaedel
- Palmer House Stars
- Split Season 1981, Chicago Style
- If Gil Hodges Managed the Cubs and Leo Durocher the Mets in 1969, Whose “Miracle” Would it Have Been?
- The Chicago White Sox, 1968–70: Three Years in Hell
- The ’67 White Sox: “Hitless” Destiny’s Grandchild?
- How Good Was the White Sox’ Pitching in the 1960s?
- Mr. Cub: Ernie Banks
- The Top 10 Chicago White Sox Games of the 1950s
Stephen D. Boren
- Andy Pafko: Darling of the 1945 Cubs
- Mel Almada: The First Hispanic to Homer at Several Historic American League Stadia
- Ted Lyons: 300 Wins—Closer with a Closer?
- Bibb Falk: The Only Jockey in the Majors
Matthew M. Clifford
- Mike Gonzalez: The First Hispanic Cub
- The Windy City–Collar City Connection: The Curious Relationship of Chicago’s and Troy’s Professional Baseball Teams (1870–82)
- Sputtering Towards Respectability: Chicago’s Journey to the Big Leagues
- Download the 2015 TNP e-book
- Editor’s note: Baseball in Chicago