The Baseball Index Adds Thousands of Entries

CLEVELAND, Ohio – After a year-long hiatus, thousands of entries were recently added to the Society for American Baseball Research’s (SABR) Baseball Index database.

When The Baseball Index web site was launched last spring, TBI had over 175,000 records loaded on the database for everyone to search. Now that number is over 180,000.

Since fine tuning improvements have made it easier to search than ever, TBI is now focusing on adding more citations.

CLEVELAND, Ohio – After a year-long hiatus, thousands of entries were recently added to the Society for American Baseball Research’s (SABR) Baseball Index database.

When The Baseball Index web site was launched last spring, TBI had over 175,000 records loaded on the database for everyone to search. Now that number is over 180,000.

Since fine tuning improvements have made it easier to search than ever, TBI is now focusing on adding more citations. According to project co-director Ted Hathaway, the number will continue to increase in the coming year, reflecting the thousands of new source references created by TBI volunteers.

The Baseball Index is a 12-year project of the Bibliography Committee of SABR. It



Originally published: March 18, 2003. Last Updated: March 18, 2003.

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