Welcome to “This Week in SABR!” Click here to view this week’s newsletter on the web. Here’s what we’ve been up to as of April 1, 2022:
The SABR Virtual Analytics Conference, presented by Major League Baseball and Rawlings, was held over four days in online sessions from March 17-20, 2022. We brought together the top minds in the baseball analytics community to discuss, debate, and share insightful ways to analyze and examine the great game of baseball.
The Virtual Analytics Conference schedule consisted of research presentations and guest speakers from throughout the baseball analytics community, career development sessions led by experienced sports professionals, and industry networking opportunities — all available online for any aspiring front office executive or baseball fan to attend from the comfort of home. Students had opportunities for skill acquisition and development, including sessions on how to work with baseball-related data sets as well as databasing and SQL. Student registration included a one-year SABR membership ($25 value) and a complimentary Rapsodo certification course ($395 value).
- Watch highlights from The Year in Baseball Analytics with Brian Kenny and Sarah Langs
- Watch highlights from The Technical Side of Being an Analyst panel, with Karim Kassam, Maggie O’Hara, Nick Wan, and Dan Aucoin
- Watch highlights from the Current Baseball Technology and Future Trends panel with Seth Daniels, Jacob Howenstein, Keenan Long, and Eno Sarris
- Watch highlights from the What is Biomechanics and How is it Used in Baseball? panel with Georgia Giblin, Bryson Nakamura, Ethan Stewart, and Megan Stewart
- Watch replays from the research presentations delivered at the 2022 SABR Virtual Analytics Conference
- Learn more about the featured speakers at the 2022 SABR Virtual Analytics Conference
- Tufts, St. John Fisher, Elon, Maggie Walker, and Branson School win Diamond Dollars Case Competition
- Emma Baccellieri, Brittany Ghiroli, and Eno Sarris were honored as the winners of the 2022 SABR Analytics Conference Research Awards
- Learn more about our new online, on-demand SABR Analytics Certification program
For more coverage from the 2022 SABR Virtual Analytics Conference, visit SABR.org/analytics.
Submit your questions for Ballpark Figures with Shakeia Taylor and Marc Normandin on Tuesday, April 5
Join us each month for SABR’s Ballpark Figures, a new interview series hosted by award-winning writer Shakeia Taylor. The virtual Zoom event is free and open to all active SABR members.
At 8:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, April 5 — please note a change from the original date, due to Opening Day — we’ll hear from Marc Normandin, who currently writes on baseball’s labor issues and more at MarcNormandin.com. His writing has also appeared at Defector, Baseball Prospectus, SB Nation, and other publications. He also writes a regular newsletter on retro video games.
- Click here to register for Ballpark Figures with Shakeia Taylor and Marc Normandin on Tuesday, April 5
- Q&A: If you would like to submit a question in advance for the next Ballpark Figures show, please click here to fill out our submission form.
Visit SABR.org/ballpark-figures to learn more or to watch replays of past episodes.
Add a new baseball book to your collection from the SABR Digital Library:
Metropolitan Stadium: Memorable Games at Minnesota’s Diamond on the Prairie
Edited by Stew Thornley
Associate editors Len Levin, Bill Nowlin, and Carl Riechers
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-970159-67-7, $9.99
ISBN (paperback): 978-1-970159-68-4, $34.95
8.5″ x 11″, 287 pages
Metropolitan Stadium was right on time. It wasn’t built too early, using a cantilever construction that eliminated the need for posts between decks. It wasn’t built too late, staying ahead of the much-maligned “cookie cutter” multi-purpose stadiums of the 1960s.
The Met followed the trend of other post-war stadiums, sprouting in open areas that were well-served by highways and surrounded by plenty of parking. It became apparent to Minneapolis business and civic leaders that a new stadium would be needed to join the other cities luring major-league baseball to their areas. By the time the Met opened in 1956, the first wave of shifting teams had passed, and Minnesota was snubbed by the New York Giants. The parent team of the minor-league Minneapolis Millers — the stadium’s first tenant — the Giants bypassed Minnesota by switching coasts completely. Eventually, expansion came to the majors and with it the relocation of the Washington Senators, rechristened the Twins.
Ultimately, Met Stadium served the Millers for five years and the Minnesota Twins for 21. In this book, 45 different authors chronicle the significant, memorable, and unusual games that took place in a ballpark that grew out of a cornfield in a southern suburb of Minneapolis. Outdoor baseball in Minnesota often meant postponements and delays because of rain, snow, and even a tornado. (A list of postponements of games for the Millers and Twins is one of the features in this book.) But delays were caused by other reasons, including a bomb threat and a drunk fan climbing the foul pole, and those games are also covered in these pages, as well as memorable performances on the field from players such as Jim Kaat, Harmon Killebrew, Rod Carew, and Bert Blyleven, as well as Cesar Tovar, Camilo Pascual, Tony Oliva, Bob Allison and many more.
Contributors include: Rich Arpi, Nathan Bierma, Thomas J. Brown Jr., Frederick “Rick” Bush, Ralph Caola, Alan Cohen, Richard Cuicchi, Greg Erion, T.S. Flynn, Brian Frank, Gordon J. Gattie, Steve Ginader, Gene Gomes, Bruce Harris, Tom Hawthorn, Paul Hofmann, Mike Huber, Sarah Johnson, Norm King, Dave Lande, Len Levin, Dan Levitt, Mike Lynch, Jim McKernon, Tom Merrick, Dave Mona, Chad Moody, Bill Nowlin, Joe O’Connell, Tim Otto, J.G. Preston, Carl Riechers, Joel Rippel, Bill Schneider, Peter Seidel, Andrew Sharp, Doug Skipper, Steve Smith, Mark S. Sternman, Bob Tholkes, Stew Thornley, Bob Webster, Steve West, Gregory H. Wolf, Bob Wood, Brian Wright, and Dana Yost.
SABR members, get this e-book for FREE!
- E-book: Click here to download the e-book version of Metropolitan Stadium for FREE from the SABR Store. Available in PDF, Kindle/MOBI and EPUB formats.
- Paperback: Get a 50% discount on the Metropolitan Stadium paperback edition from the SABR Store ($17.95 includes shipping/tax; delivery via Kindle Direct Publishing can take up to 4-6 weeks.)
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Visit SABR.org/ebooks to find more free e-books or save 50% off the paperback editions from the SABR Digital Library.
SABR’s 50th Annual Convention will take place on August 17-21, 2022, in Baltimore, and we are beyond thrilled to celebrate with you in person. Registration for SABR 50 and hotel accommodations at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor is now available at SABR.org/convention.
This is an event well worth the wait, and we already have an All-Star lineup of featured speakers and exciting events planned, including:
- Keynote address by Tim Kurkjian, winner of the BBWAA’s 2022 Career Excellence Award
- Opening Remarks by Sig Mejdal, Vice President and Assistant General Manager, Analytics, Baltimore Orioles
- Oriole Park at Camden Yards panel with Bill Stetka (Orioles Team Historian), Greg Bader (Orioles Senior Vice President, Administration & Experience), and Joe Spear (founder of Populous)
- Women in Leadership panel with Orioles executives Eve Rosenbaum (Director, Baseball Development), Nicole Sherry (Director, Field Operations), Jennifer Grondahl (Senior Vice President, Community Development & Communications), and Lisa Tolson (Senior Vice President, Human Resources)
- Baltimore Orioles vs. Boston Red Sox game on Friday, August 19
Of course, there is a lot more on the way — innovative panel discussions, ground-breaking research presentations, and more opportunities to make and renew cherished baseball friendships. We hope to see you this summer in Baltimore!
Visit SABR.org/convention to learn more.
SABR’s Nineteenth Century Committee will host the Southern New England 19cBB Interdisciplinary Symposium on Saturday, November 12, 2022, at Rhode Island College in Providence, Rhode Island. All baseball fans are invited to attend. Registration details will be available at SABR.org soon.
This day-long symposium is a collaboration between SABR’s Nineteenth Century Committee, the Southern New England Lajoie-Start Chapter, and RIC’s Department of History. Our guest speakers are expected to include:
- Ed Achorn, author of Fifty-Nine in ’84: Old Hoss Radbourn, Barehanded Baseball, and the Greatest Season a Pitcher Ever Had
- Robert Cvornyek, Professor Emeritus of History, Rhode Island College
- Howard Chudacoff, American History Professor, Brown University
- Morgan Grefe, Executive Director, Rhode Island Historical Society
- Elizabeth Williams, Curator of Decorative Arts, RISD Museum
- Lauren Tuiskula, “Frank Bancroft and the Baseball Legacy of The Blackstone Valley”
- Rick Harris, “19th Century Rhode Island Ballparks”
A Continental breakfast, luncheon, and refreshments will be included in the registration price. Stay tuned for more details!
Early registration is now open for SABR’s annual Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference, which will be held on June 2-4, 2022, at the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel in Birmingham, Alabama. All baseball fans are welcome to attend.
The full schedule for the 2022 Malloy Conference has now been posted online; click here to view the daily panels, presentations, and historic site tours.
Hosted by SABR’s Negro Leagues Committee, the Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference promotes activities to enhance scholarly, educational, and literary objectives. Since 1998, the event has been the only symposium dedicated exclusively to the examination and promotion of Black baseball history. The conference is open to baseball and history fans of all ages.
- Register: Click here to register online for the 2022 Malloy Conference. Full registration is $175 before April 29, $195 afterward. Students: $125 before April 29, $140 afterward. Single-day registration is also available for $75 for Friday or Saturday. Extra tickets can be purchased for the Rickwood Field bus tours, Thursday’s “meet and greet” reception, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute Tour, or the awards banquet on Saturday night. All of these sessions are included in the full registration package.
- Hotel: Click here to book your room online at the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel at the special group rate of $155/night (plus tax). Our host hotel is located at 2101 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd., North Birmingham, AL 35203. Call (205) 324-5000 for questions about your hotel reservation.
- Schedule: Click here to view the full schedule for the 2022 Malloy Conference.
- COVID-19 policy: All attendees must supply proof of a negative test. Those who can provide proof of vaccination are exempt from this requirement. Attendees will be required to follow any additional local public health declarations, including mask mandates. Click here to learn more.
- Contact: For questions, email Larry Lester or Leslie Heaphy.
Visit SABR.org/malloy to learn more.
SABR and the International Women’s Baseball Center have announced a call for papers for the fourth annual SABR/IWBC Women in Baseball Conference, scheduled for September 16-18, 2022, at Rockford University in Rockford, Illinois.
This year’s conference theme is “Title IX and Women’s Baseball: Where We’ve Been, Where We Are and Where We’re Headed.” Topics can focus on anniversaries such as: Title IX (50th), Marie Pepe (50th), umpires (Bernice Gera 50th), A League of Their Own (30th), the Colorado Silver Bullets (25th anniversary of final season); or any other ideas related to women’s baseball are welcome for individual oral and poster presentations.
Please submit abstracts of approximately 200 words, along with contact information and a short biography, by June 27, 2022, to Leslie Heaphy at Lheaphy@kent.edu.
It’s time to get SABR Certified! The first course in the new SABR Analytics Certification program — Conversational Analytics and Critical Thinking in Baseball — is available online now.
The SABR Analytics Certification program is an online, on-demand curriculum offering professional development and learning opportunities for those interested in elevating their skills and knowledge relating to baseball analytics. The curriculum was developed by current baseball professionals, including employees of Major League Baseball and its clubs.
SABR members get a significant discount on this Analytics Certification course registration, saving $55 off the regular price.
Visit SABR.org/analytics/certification to sign up today or learn more.
SABR chapters and committees are encouraged to set up virtual meetings to stay engaged with our members throughout the world at SABR.org, as part of our Stay Home With SABR initiative to assist in limiting the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
- Can’t-Miss Event: SABR’s Jack Graney Chapter in Cleveland, Ohio, will hold a virtual Zoom meeting at 7:30 p.m. EDT on Monday, April 4. All baseball fans are welcome to attend. Please join us to hear from Cleveland Guardians reporters Zack Meisel of The Athletic and Mandy Bell of MLB.com, along with Wall Street Journal national baseball writer Jared Diamond. Click here to register in advance for this Zoom meeting.
- Video Replays: This week, we heard from filmmaker Gaspar Gonzalez (A Long Way from Home), and authors Craig Calcaterra (Rethinking Fandom) and Jeremy Beer (Oscar Charleston). Click here to view more video replays of virtual SABR events.
Here are some more upcoming virtual events you can attend online; check the Events Calendar for complete details:
- April 2: Talkin’ Baseball with Sam McDowell and Martin Gitlin (9:00 a.m. EDT)
- April 2: Hanlan’s Point (ON) Chapter meeting with Brian “Chip” Martin (1:00 p.m. EDT)
- April 4: NYPL: Strike Out! The Baseball Work Stoppages of 1972 and 2022 with Tim Britton and Evan Drellich (7:00 p.m. EDT)
- April 4: Jack Graney (OH) Chapter meeting with Zack Meisel, Mandy Bell, and Jared Diamond (7:30 p.m. EDT)
- April 5: Ballpark Figures with Shakeia Taylor and Marc Normandin (8:00 p.m. EDT)
- April 6: Baltimore Babe Ruth Chapter meeting with Tony Dahbura (7:00 p.m. EDT)
In addition, the following events will be held in person:
- April 2: Halsey Hall Chapter book club meeting (Minneapolis, MN)
- April 6: Buck O’Neil/North Florida Chapter meeting (Tallahassee, FL)
- April 6: Bob Broeg St. Louis Chapter fellowship meeting (St. Louis, MO)
Find more upcoming SABR meetings on our Events Calendar page.
Episode #155 on Monday, March 28 featured Dale Scott, the first openly gay major-league umpire and the author (with Rob Neyer) of The Umpire is Out: Calling the Game and Living My True Self. Dale’s career as a professional baseball umpire spanned nearly four decades, including 33 years working in Major League Baseball from 1985 to 2017. He worked exactly 1,000 major-league games behind the plate, and his career included three World Series assignments, three All-Star Games, six League Championship Series, and 12 Division Series. An Oregon native, Dale lives in Portland with his husband, Michael, and their yellow Lab, Wylie.
Visit SABR.org/sabrcast to listen to the full episode.
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- Marlin Carter, by Malcolm Allen
- Chubby Dean, by Warren Corbett
- Charlie Eden, by Bill Lamb
- Frank Figgemeier, by Larry DeFillipo
- Mickey Haefner, by Andrew Sharp
- St. George Grounds (Staten Island, NY), by Larry DeFillipo
All new biographies can be found here: SABR.org/bioproject
- Find any SABR biography: You can visit sabr.org/bioproject to search for any player — or manager, executive, scout, spouse, broadcaster, or umpire — who appears in the SABR BioProject. In addition, we have pages for Ballparks, Broadcasters, Executives, Games, Managers, Scouts, Spouses, Umpires, Writers, people who were Famous Outside Baseball, and a lot more.
Twenty-one new game stories were posted this week as part of the SABR Games Project, including a selection from SABR’s A Palace in the Nation’s Capital: Griffith Stadium, Home of the Washington Senators. Here are the new game stories:
- May 17, 1878: Bud Fowler becomes the first Black player in Organized Baseball, by James Overmyer
- April 25, 1902: Rookie Gene Wright is backed by Zaza Harvey’s six hits as Cleveland dominates St. Louis, by Andrew Harner
- May 1, 1903: Cleveland’s lengthy battle to acquire Hugh Hill ends with one at-bat in a game that slipped away, by Andrew Harner
- August 6, 1917: Eddie Plank retires after losing to Walter Johnson, 1-0 in 11 innings, by Thomas E. Merrick
- May 16, 1933: Senators collect 27 hits to win extra-inning thriller over Cleveland, by Doug Skipper
- September 21, 1933: A pennant for Ladies’ Day: Washington Senators clinch first place in American League, by Paul E. Doutrich
- May 24, 1936: Sam Leslie’s career-high five hits result in cycle as Giants pound Phillies, by Mike Huber
- September 2, 1940: Rookie sensation Sid Hudson outduels Lefty Grove in marathon thriller, by John Soroka
- May 28, 1941: George Selkirk’s grand slam wins for Yankees in first night game at Griffith Stadium, by C. Paul Rogers III
- August 16-18, 1942: Negro League East stars sweep Comiskey Classic and Cleveland benefit games, by Frederick “Rick” Bush
- September 8, 1942: ‘A violent batting war’: Senators rally to beat Red Sox behind Jake Early, John Sullivan, by James Forr
- October 6, 1951: Eddie Stanky leads Giants past Yankees in Game 3, by Mark S. Sternman
- April 17, 1954: Nino Escalera, Chuck Harmon integrate Cincinnati Reds in loss to Milwaukee Braves, by Tony Oliver
- July 21, 1959: Pumpsie Green makes his debut with Boston Red Sox, by Bill Nowlin
- April 17, 1977: Tom Seaver throws his fifth one-hitter to lead Mets past Cubs, by Thomas J. Brown Jr.
- September 15, 1979: A rare feat that almost wasn’t: Bob Watson’s natural cycle leads Boston over Baltimore, by Mike Huber
- April 7, 1987: Mets hold off Pirates to begin championship defense, by John Fredland
- May 2, 1995: Hideo Nomo becomes second Japanese major-leaguer as Giants beat Dodgers in 15 innings, by Jared Frank (first-time author)
- April 6, 2004: Red Sox win their first game of a championship season, by Bill Nowlin
- March 11, 2017: Puerto Rico stays unbeaten with 9-4 win over host Mexico in World Baseball Classic, by Stew Thornley
- June 10, 2021: Red Sox win a wild one at Fenway Park, by Laura H. Peebles
New Games Project stories can be found at SABR.org/gamesproject.
- Get involved: Have memories of a game you attended? Or a game you watched that caught your interest? Write about it! Writing for the Games Project is an easy way to get involved as a SABR member. Find out how by reading the Games Project FAQs section or checking out the Authors’ Guidelines. We have editors and fact checkers who are willing to help you write your first article.
- Social media: Follow the SABR Games Project on Twitter or Facebook to keep up with new stories and updates.
Behind the Numbers: Baseball SABR Style on SiriusXM, a radio show hosted by former SABR Board President Vince Gennaro, is back at a new time. Listen to new episodes at 4:00-5:00 p.m. ET on Saturdays on MLB Network Radio.
You can also listen to archives of recent episodes on-demand on the SiriusXM Internet Radio app.
Behind the Numbers: Baseball SABR Style on SiriusXM focuses on examining and interpreting the statistical analysis that plays a critical role in baseball today. It airs weekly throughout the year on MLB Network Radio, available to subscribers nationwide on XM channel 89, Sirius channel 209, and on the SiriusXM Internet Radio App.
Here are some major headlines from recent weeks that we don’t want you to miss:
- SABR announces 2022 Henry Chadwick Award recipients: James E. Brunson III, Jane Leavy, Daniel Okrent
- SABR Digital Library: Dominicans in the Major Leagues
- The SABR Bookshelf: Spring 2022
- Emma Baccellieri, Brittany Ghiroli, Eno Sarris honored with 2022 SABR Analytics Conference Research Awards
- 2022 Diamond Dollars Case Competition winners announced
- Bruce Allardice wins 2022 McFarland-SABR Baseball Research Award
- Seven baseball projects to receive SABR Local Grants in 2022
- Download your free copy of The Negro Leagues are Major Leagues book from SABR, Sports Reference
- Check out nominees for 2022 SABR Overlooked 19th Century Legend election
- Students, apply now for a SABR Negro Leagues Committee scholarship in 2022
- Get a gift for baseball fan in your life with the SABR Store @ CafePress
- All e-books in SABR Digital Library available for free to members
All previous editions of This Week in SABR can be found here: SABR.org/this-week-in-sabr-archives.
You can find contact information for any SABR member in the online Membership Directory.
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Here are the new research committee updates this week:
- Negro Leagues: Check out the full schedule for the 2022 Jerry Malloy Conference in Birmingham, Alabama
- Nineteenth Century: Spring 2022 newsletter
Find all SABR research committee newsletters at SABR.org/research/committees.
Here are the new regional chapter and chartered community updates this week:
- Larry Dierker Chapter: March 21 meeting recap (Houston, TX)
Here are some recent articles published by and about SABR members:
- Tommy Kopetskie: Elon students score win in SABR Analytics Conference competition (Elon.edu)
- Eno Sarris: MLB will have humidors in every park this season — what will it mean for offense? (The Athletic)
- Jayson Stark: Why baseball is moving second base, and what this experiment could mean for the game (The Athletic)
- Michael Clair: Introducing Home Run Derby X (MLB.com)
- Tyler Kepner: For Albert Pujols, One Last Run Where It All Began (New York Times)
- Stephanie Apstein: Spring Training Strikeout King Cody Bellinger Is As Optimistic As Ever (Sports Illustrated)
- Alex Speier: How Trevor Story went from the shadows of the Rocky Mountains to the spotlight of Boston (Boston Globe)
- Derrick Goold: Charting the top defenses of all time in Major League Baseball (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
- Mark Simon: Top Candidates to Lead MLB in Defensive Runs Saved (Sports Info Solutions)
- Grant Brisbee: The Giants will benefit from MLB’s temporary rule changes (The Athletic)
- Russell A. Carleton: Who Will Catch That Deep Drive Into Left Field? (Baseball Prospectus)
- Gordon Edes: Will Carlos Correa be more than a short-timer to Twins? (Bally Sports)
- Hannah Keyser: Big budget, big talent: Can the Mets take ownership of New York from the Yankees? (Yahoo! Sports)
- Daniel R. Epstein: The Yankees Can’t Afford to Be Cheap (Baseball Prospectus)
- Ashley Beach: Throw to Grow: Ohio University faculty, coaching staff discuss the importance of the scientific study of biomechanics for pitching (Athens Post)
- Brittany Ghiroli: As we rightfully laud the next generation of women in baseball, let’s remember those who paved the way (The Athletic)
- David Laurila: Joe Girardi and AJ Hinch Address Backspinning Catchers (FanGraphs)
- Harrison Smith: Joan Joyce, softball great who struck out Ted Williams, dies at 81 (Washington Post)
- Bill Ladson: Lots of promise at inaugural Women’s College Club Baseball championship (MLB.com)
- Ask an author: James Walker and Judith Hiltner on broadcaster Red Barber (Pandemic Baseball Book Club)
- Steve Buckley: From Foley’s to a Publix deli counter: Why Shaun Clancy shuttered New York’s iconic baseball bar, and what comes next (The Athletic)
- Cody Stavenhagen: Is Lakeland’s mysterious statue of Tigers great Ty Cobb actually Ty Cobb at all? (The Athletic)
- Matt Monagan: The surreal, mountainous beauty of BYU’s ballpark (MLB.com)
- Zach Buchanan: ‘A silent assassin’: The making of Jack Leiter, heir to an MLB legacy and the best pitching prospect in Rangers history (The Athletic)
- Jeff Cohen: Baseball and BBQ interview with AAGPBL legends Maybelle Blair and Shirley Burkovich (Baseball and BBQ)
- M. Shawn Hennessy: Dizzy Dean Settles Score with Lt. Ted Lyons in Iowa (Chevrons and Diamonds)
- F. Scott Wilkinson: Topps in 1972, Part 8 (SABR Baseball Cards Blog)
- Nick Vossbrink: In which I get insulted by Topps Heritage (SABR Baseball Cards Blog)
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Originally published: April 1, 2022. Last Updated: June 22, 2022.