SABR 41: Research Presentations for Thursday, July 7
Here is the schedule of SABR 41 research presentations for Thursday, July 7.
Related: The complete schedule for SABR 41 research presentations can be found here.
You can find details on each Thursday presentation, as well as biographies of the presenters, by clicking here.
Thursday, July 7
RP1: Most Runs Batted In: By an Individual Player — During a Single Season — In the American League, by Herm Krabbenhoft and Trent McCotter, Catalina Room
RP2: The Wonder Team in the White City: U.V.M. at the Intercollegiate Base Ball Tournament of 1893, by Tom Simon, Pacific Room
RP3: Organized Baseball Circles the Wagons and Silences the Whistle-Blower, 1912, by Steve Steinberg, Catalina Room
RP4: Fielder Jones, the Offensive Efficiency Paradox of His Hitless Wonders, and How They Stunned the Cubs in the 1906 World Series By Playing Against Type, by Bryan Soderholm-Difatte, Pacific Room
RP5: The Joe Morgan Trade, by Mark Armour, Catalina Room
RP6: Integration in Cleveland – The Indians, the Negro Leagues, and Local Media Involvement, by Stephanie Liscio, Pacific Room
RP7: Toolson’s Secrets: A Close Call for the Baseball Antitrust Exemption, by Ross Davies, Catalina Room
RP8: Larry Doby: The Forgotten Pioneer, by John Burbridge and John Harris, Pacific Room
RP9: Scouting the Americas for Latino Giants: Alex Pompez and a “Latino” Approach to Talent Acquisition, by Adrian Burgos Jr., Catalina Room
RP10: Integrating the Pacific Coast League: A Social History of Integration, by Amy Essington, Pacific Room
RP11: Mexican American Baseball in Los Angeles: A Pictorial History of Baseball from East LA to Dodger Stadium, by Francisco Balderrama and Richard Santillan, Catalina Room
RP12: The Curse of the Lack of Blackness: How Opposition to Integration Hurt the Short and Long-term Success of Baseball Franchises, by Daryl Grigsby, Pacific Room
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Originally published: May 24, 2011. Last Updated: April 17, 2020.