From SABR member Danny Gallagher at the Canadian Baseball Network on August 17, 2018, on SABR member Norm King:
If there was one word to describe Norm King’s passion for writing stories for the Society for American Baseball Research, it would be prolific.
If there was one word to describe King’s love for the Expos, it would be profound.
King, 61, who spent a long career as a Canadian civil servant in the federal government system, died way too soon on July 31 in Ottawa after waging a battle with a very rare form of bile duct cancer which was diagnosed Oct. 31, 2017.
King volunteered to write no less than 43 profiles of major-league players, coaches, managers and executives for the SABR Bio Project series. Many of these bios were more than 2,500 words in length so he spent a lot of time in giving his subject matters tender loving care with heavy doses of eloquence, phrase turning, puns and humour sprinkled in.
Read the full article here: https://www.canadianbaseballnetwork.com/canadian-baseball-network-articles/rip-norm-king
Originally published: August 17, 2018. Last Updated: August 17, 2018.