2007 Seymour Conference Recap – Saturday

Note: This page is still under construction – 5/4/2007

Seymour registrants convened early Saturday morning at the Baseball Heritage Museum to take part in the day’s presentions and speeches.

Note: This page is still under construction – 5/4/2007

Seymour registrants convened early Saturday morning at the Baseball Heritage Museum to take part in the day’s presentions and speeches. The presentation theme this year was “How Did We Come to Understand Baseball History?”

Research presenters included Monica Nucciarone, “The Controversial Contribution of Alexander Cartwright to Baseball History;” Gene Carney, “What Have We Learned Lately About the Black Sox Scandal;” Trey Strecker, “Reading Ruth: Reality and Romance in Heywood Broun’s ‘The Sun Field;” Dr. David Bohmer, “Nine Non-Players Who Have Shaped Major League Baseball; “Cait Murphy, “Crazy ’08: How a Cast of Cranks, Rogues, Boneheads and Magnates Created the Greatest Year in Baseball History;” Dorothy Seymour Mills, “The Way We Learned About Baseball History;” and featuring a keynote speech from noted baseball author/historian John Thorn.

Saturday’s presentations also included the conferring of the Seymour Medal to Peter Morris, for his work on the multi-volume set Game of Inches.

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Originally published: May 2, 2007. Last Updated: May 2, 2007.

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