Armour Named Bob Davids Award Winner

Mark Armour, 47, of Corvallis, Oregon, was presented with the 2008 Bob Davids Award at the Annual SABR Awards Luncheon held this year in Cleveland, Ohio.

Armour is the founder and current chair of SABR’s Baseball Biography Project, also known as BioProject, which strives to have article-length biographies of every major league baseball player as well as others who have had an impact on the game.

Read Armour’s Bob Davids Award Citation by clicking here.



Mark Armour, 47, of Corvallis, Oregon, was presented with the 2008 Bob Davids Award at the Annual SABR Awards Luncheon held this year in Cleveland, Ohio.

Armour is the founder and current chair of SABR’s Baseball Biography Project, also known as BioProject, which strives to have article-length biographies of every major league baseball player as well as others who have had an impact on the game.

Read Armour’s Bob Davids Award Citation by clicking here.

The Bob Davids Award honors SABR members whose contributions to SABR and baseball reflect the ingenuity, integrity, and self-sacrifice of the founder and past president of SABR, L. Robert “Bob” Davids. Voluntary activities in the area of administration and research are among those contributions considered. SABR’s highest honor, the Bob Davids Award was established by the Board of Directors in 1985, and is awarded each year at the annual convention.



Originally published: June 27, 2008. Last Updated: June 27, 2008.

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