JUNE 18, 2020 — We’re excited to announce the re-launch of SABR.org today. Our new design enhances the user experience and provides greater visual appeal, while a new search engine will better connect SABR’s rich content archive from our first 50 years.
Thousands of stories from SABR’s Research Collection are now available online, showcasing the breadth and depth of our members’ groundbreaking work on all aspects of baseball, from the sport’s early origins to the Negro Leagues to sabermetric analysis of the modern game. Over time, even more articles from the Baseball Research Journal, The National Pastime, Biography Project, Games Project, Oral History Collection, Digital Library, and conference panels and presentations will be searchable and connected at SABR.org, highlighting SABR’s immense value to our members and the broader baseball community. The new website will also serve as home to an upcoming series of SABR 50 at 50 web features that shine a light on baseball’s evolution over the past half-century.
With a growing audience of nearly 2.5 million annual visitors, SABR.org highlights the organization’s passionate community of baseball fans, which includes everyone from academics to professional sportswriters to amateur historians and statisticians to students and casual fans who enjoy reading about baseball history and gathering with other members at local chapter events and national conferences to learn more about the game we all love.
We hope you’ll take a spin around SABR.org and check out the many great articles, resources, and benefits available to SABR members and all baseball fans online. If you haven’t visited in a while, SABR members can log in to the members-only area at profile.sabr.org using your e-mail address (username) and password.
Originally published: June 18, 2020. Last Updated: June 18, 2020.