The Seymour Medal

Front of the Seymour Medal given in 2003 to Dr. Charles C. Alexander for his book, Breaking the Slump: Baseball in the Depression Era (Columbia University Press).

About the Medal

The Seymour Medal is a handsome brass medallion almost four inches in diameter, professional designed and featuring the images of Dr. Harold and Dorothy Seymour (aka Dorothy Jane Mills) juxtaposed against a baseball diamond. The award is given to the book judged the best work of baseball history or biography published in the preceding year.

Front of the Seymour Medal given in 2003 to Dr. Charles C. Alexander for his book, Breaking the Slump: Baseball in the Depression Era (Columbia University Press).

About the Medal

The Seymour Medal is a handsome brass medallion almost four inches in diameter, professional designed and featuring the images of Dr. Harold and Dorothy Seymour (aka Dorothy Jane Mills) juxtaposed against a baseball diamond. The award is given to the book judged the best work of baseball history or biography published in the preceding year.



Originally published: May 23, 2003. Last Updated: May 23, 2003.

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