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 August 5, 2022:
Attendees at this summer’s SABR’s 50th annual convention — scheduled for August 17-21, 2022, at the Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor hotel in Baltimore — will enjoy hearing a special SABR Ballparks Committee panel discussion on Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
On Saturday, August 20, from 2:30-3:30 p.m., former Baltimore Orioles president Larry Lucchino, acclaimed ballpark design director Janet Marie Smith, and longtime baseball executive Charles Steinberg will talk about the construction and design of Camden Yards, which set the standard for a new wave of ballparks after its opening in 1992.
Click here to learn more about our Featured Speakers at SABR 50.
To learn more about SABR 50, or to register, visit SABR.org/convention.
There’s still time left to sign up for SABR 50, scheduled for August 17-21, 2022, at the Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor in Baltimore! Click here for complete details on the SABR 50 Regular Registration, Single-Day Registration, and optional sessions. Or click here to register for SABR 50.
Learn more about the 2022 SABR convention in Baltimore below:
- Schedule: Click here to find the full daily schedule for SABR 50.
- Speakers: Click here to learn more about our featured speakers and panelists.
- Presentations: Click here for the lineup of SABR 50 research presentations.
- Posters: Click here to learn more about SABR 50 poster presentations.
- Committee Meetings: Click here to learn more about SABR 50 committee meetings.
- Exhibitors Room: Click here to learn more about our SABR 50 Exhibitors Room.
We have an All-Star lineup of featured speakers and exciting events planned for SABR 50, 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.
- One-on-One with Baltimore Orioles legend Boog Powell, interviewed by Dan Connolly of The Athletic.
- 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 (Assistant General Manager, Baseball Operations), Nicole Sherry (Director, Field Operations), Jennifer Grondahl (Senior Vice President, Community Development & Communications), and Lisa Tolson (Senior Vice President, Human Resources).
- SABR Ballparks panel with former Orioles president Larry Lucchino, acclaimed ballpark design director Janet Marie Smith, and longtime baseball executive Charles Steinberg.
- Flood v. Kuhn: Fifty Years Later panel with Judy Pace Flood, widow of Curt Flood; award-winning historian Mark Armour, A Well-Paid Slave author Brad Snyder, and moderator Shakeia Taylor of the Chicago Tribune.
- Babe Ruth panel with authors Jane Leavy (The Big Fella), Bill Jenkinson (The Year Babe Ruth Hit 104 Home Runs), and Mike Gibbons, Director Emeritus and Historian for the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum.
- Baseball Broadcasting panel with Joe Castiglione, play-by-play voice of the Boston Red Sox Radio Network, and Kevin Brown, Baltimore Orioles primary television play-by-play announcer for MASN.
- Historic Ballparks Bus Tour on Thursday, August 18.
- Baltimore Orioles vs. Boston Red Sox game on Friday, August 19.
Please note: All speakers are subject to change due to availability.
Visit SABR.org/convention to learn more or to register.
The Society for American Baseball Research is seeking remote interns to work during the Fall 2022 semester. An internship with SABR will involve responsibilities across a variety of disciplines, possibly including:
- Working with the Director of Editorial Content or Publications Director to help publish and/or produce content for our website at SABR.org
- Working during an online SABR event
- Working with other SABR staff members on organizational duties, membership renewal drives, customer service
The internship is an educational opportunity that may count toward college credit, covering 15-20 hours per week with a flexible schedule. Please send a resume and cover letter in PDF form to email@example.com by 5:00 p.m. MST Monday, August 29, 2022.
Chances are if one were to poll SABR members about the greatest left-hander in the history of the Dodgers franchise, the most frequent response might be Sandy Koufax or Clayton Kershaw. But they would be incorrect. Without a doubt, the honor of greatest southpaw in organizational history belongs to Vincent Edward Scully, the legendary broadcaster who died at the age of 94 on Tuesday, August 2.
The principal announcer, the team’s “voice,’’ is the embodiment of the link between the team and its loyal fans. No one is a better illustration of that nexus than the Dodgers’ Vin Scully, whose professional work for the organization spanned two coasts and sixty-seven consecutive years. Scully’s remarkable career with the Dodgers began in 1950, eight years before the team pulled up stakes in Brooklyn and headed west. No one called the play-by-play for one team longer.
Scully’s constant presence in the tapestry of Dodgers baseball history extends into the various eras and themes that run through its history. Scully was there to call each season from the 1950s Boys of Summer, the Koufax-Drysdale era of the 1960s, the team’s record-setting infield of the 1970s, Fernando-mania and Kirk Gibson’s iconic home run in the 1980s, and on into the 21st century until his retirement after the 2016 season.
Scully’s signature was an easy-going, golden-throated delivery, displaying a great command of the English language, deployed in a manner that has been called nothing short of an art form.
— Greg King
SABR 50 attendees can take advantage of special offers to attend Minor League Baseball games during this summer’s convention in Baltimore.
On Sunday, August 21, the Bowie Baysox — Class AA affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles — host the Somerset Patriots at Prince George’s Stadium, which is about 30 miles from our host hotel in downtown Baltimore. A special $40 SABR package includes both a game ticket and bus transportation to and from Prince George’s Stadium. Buses will arrive at Prince George’s Stadium at approximately 11:00 a.m. for a pre-game discussion with Baysox broadcasters, exclusively for SABR 50 attendees. This is an optional event for SABR 50 attendees, and ticket purchases will be made directly through the team. To purchase tickets or learn more, visit groupmatics.events/event/SABR.
In addition, the Aberdeen Ironbirds, Class A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, are also offering a 50% discount for tickets to any home game in July or August 2022. Click here to purchase single-game tickets at MiLB.com and use the promo code SABR50 to receive the discount.
To learn more about SABR 50, or to register, visit SABR.org/convention.
Members of the host Baltimore Babe Ruth Chapter have compiled a list of transportation tips to help visitors and convention attendees enjoy their stay in Baltimore. If you have any questions during your stay, please don’t hesitate to ask a friendly SABR 50 volunteer for assistance.
For more information on Baltimore’s award-winning restaurants, upcoming events, and other attractions, go to baltimore.org.
Judges of oral and poster presentations are sought for SABR 50 in Baltimore. Winners of the Doug Pappas Award for oral presentations and the Best Poster Award will be determined based on the on-site judges’ evaluations.
You’ll submit scores for whichever presentations you choose to attend/view, using forms that will be provided. (If you’re presenting a poster, you can still judge oral presentations and vice versa.) After evaluations for all presentations have been completed, a judges’ meeting will review the outcomes and make the final decisions.
To volunteer to be a presentation judge at SABR 50, or if you have any questions, please contact Neal Traven.
After registering, you may upload a photo or digital copy of your vaccination record to expedite your conference check-in. These records will be stored securely and privately by SABR staff. If a record is not shared via email prior to the event, a copy of your vaccination record MUST be presented in person in order to gain access to the event.
If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Smyth.
Registration is now open for the fourth annual SABR/IWBC Women in Baseball Conference, which will be held virtually on September 16-18, 2022. All baseball fans are welcome to attend!
This year’s conference — co-sponsored by SABR and the International Women’s Baseball Center, and hosted by Rockford University — will be a virtual event centered around the theme “Title IX and Women’s Baseball: Where We’ve Been and Where We are Headed.” Presentations and panels will take place on Zoom.
- Register now: Click here to register for this event at SABR.org. Early registration is $50, and includes Zoom access to all presentations and panels, awards ceremony, and virtual social hour. After September 7, regular registration is $60.
- Schedule: Stay tuned for the full schedule of panels and presentations. Zoom sessions will be held from 6:30-8:00 p.m. on Friday, September 16; 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m., 1:30-4:30 p.m., and 6:30-8:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 17, and 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on Sunday, September 18. (All times listed are in the Eastern Time Zone.)
If you have any questions, please contact Leslie Heaphy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit SABR.org/women-in-baseball-conference to learn more.
SABR’s San Diego Ted Williams Chapter and the 19th Century Grave Marker Project honored 19th-century baseball star Warren “Hick” Carpenter, one of the game’s top third basemen of his era with the Cincinnati Reds and a rarity as a left-handed fielder, with a graveside dedication ceremony on Thursday, August 4 at Mount Hope Cemetery in San Diego, California.
- Learn more: Click here to learn more about Hick Carpenter and view photos of the dedication ceremony in this special report by Tom Willman (PDF)
Since the 19th Century Grave Marker project was established in 2015, new grave markers have been installed for seven baseball pioneers. Carpenter’s marker was the Project’s eighth, and the first where it has collaborated with a local SABR chapter for a grave marker.
SABR’s Nineteenth Century Committee, Lajoie-Start Chapter, and the Rhode Island College’s Department of History present the Southern New England 19cBB Interdisciplinary Symposium, which will take place from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 12, 2022, at Rhode Island College in Providence, Rhode Island.
The symposium will be highlighted by a welcome address from author Ed Achorn (Fifty-Nine in ’84), a keynote address from Morgan Grefe, Executive Director of the Rhode Island Historical Society, an interdisciplinary talk by Elizabeth Williams of the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, plus research presentations by Robert Cvornyek, Howard Chudacoff, Lauren Tuiskula, and Rick Harris.
- How to Register: Click here to register online at SABR.org. Please note: Due to space limitations, we can only allow up to 80 registrants for this event.
- Schedule: Click here to download the full schedule (PDF)
- Cost: SABR members and up to two (2) guests can register for the symposium at $45 per person, which includes Continental breakfast, buffet lunch and AM & PM refreshments.
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 Rice-Russell Nashville Chapter will hold a virtual Zoom meeting from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. CDT on Saturday, August 6, 2022. All baseball fans are welcome to attend. Our guest speakers are Pete Weber, longtime Nashville Predators and minor-league baseball broadcaster; author Willie Steele (Going the Distance on W.P. Kinsella); and Mark Jent of Simply A Fan sports tours. For a link to the Zoom meeting, please contact Skip Nipper.
- Video Replays: This week, we heard from authors Mark Armour and Dan Levitt (Intentional Balk: Baseball’s Thin Line Between Innovation and Cheating) and Dan Taylor (Walking Alone: The Untold Journey of Football Pioneer Kenny Washington). 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:
- August 6: Talkin’ Baseball: Dan Levitt (9:00 a.m. EDT)
- August 6: Rice-Russell Nashville (TN) Chapter meeting with Pete Weber, Willie Steele, and Mark Jent (10:00 a.m. CDT)
- August 11: Baseball Think Factory meeting (8:30 p.m. EDT)
- August 15: Bob Broeg St. Louis (MO) Chapter meeting (6:30 p.m. CDT)
- August 17: Goose Goslin (NJ) Chapter meeting (8:00 p.m. EDT)
- August 18: Larry Doby (SC) Chapter meeting with Mike Chibarro (7:00 p.m. EDT)
In addition, the following events will be held in person:
- August 6: Halsey Hall Chapter book club meeting (Roseville, MN)
- August 6: Larry Dierker Chapter ballgame/meeting (Sugar Land, TX)
- August 13: Hank Gowdy Columbus Chapter book club meeting (Hilliard, OH)
- August 13: Kekionga Chapter of Fort Wayne meeting (Fort Wayne, IN)
- August 13: Central Florida Chapter ballgame/meeting (Daytona Beach, FL)
- August 14: Field of Dreams Chapter ballgame/meeting (Des Moines, IA)
- August 16: Bob Davids Chapter Maryland Hot Stove Dinner (Silver Spring, MD)
- August 17-21: SABR 50 (Baltimore, MD)
Find more upcoming SABR meetings on our Events Calendar page.
Five new interviews were posted this week at the SABR Oral History Collection website. Here are the new interviews:
- Cory Aldridge, who recorded his only major-league hit in 2010, nine years after his MLB debut
Recorded August 29, 2019, by Tony Oliver
- Ramón Hernández, All-Star catcher for the Oakland A’s and five other teams from 1999-2013
Recorded June 1, 2022, by Tony Oliver (in Spanish)
- Eddie Perez, Atlanta Braves catcher from 1995-2005 and current catching coach
Recorded January 29, 2019, by Tony Oliver (in Spanish)
- Dana Williams, who appeared in eight games with the Boston Red Sox in 1989
Recorded September 5, 2019, by Tony Oliver
- Tracy Woodson, backup infielder for the 1988 Dodgers World Series team
Recorded July 29, 2022, by John McMurray
Visit SABR.org/oralhistory to listen to more interviews from the SABR Oral History Collection.
If you are interested in contributing, the Oral History Committee offers guidelines for conducting effective oral history interviews or contact Jacob Pomrenke to learn more about donating your own audio recordings.
Eleven new game stories were posted this week as part of the SABR Games Project:
- September 17, 1898: Chicago’s Bill Phyle shuts out Washington in historic debut as first Native American pitcher, by Larry DeFillipo
- September 3, 1939: Red Sox-Yankees game forfeited, rescheduled, then never played — ends in a 5-5 tie, by Bill Nowlin
- September 13, 1942: Cubs’ Lennie Merullo boots four on day his son is born, by Richard Cuicchi
- April 8, 1969: Mike Hegan homers, sacrifices body for win in Seattle Pilots’ inaugural game, by Gary Belleville
- April 14, 1970: Prayers for Apollo 13 crew at Cubs’ home opener, by David Krell
- July 7, 1974: Rookie Greg Diehl throws New York-Penn League’s second perfect game, by Kurt Blumenau
- September 6, 1985: Scoreless into the 13th, Mets get best of Dodgers on Strawberry’s double, by Jason Schwartz
- September 10, 1997: Buffalo Bisons win final American Association championship, by Gordon Gattie
- April 27, 2000: José Valentin wins a Big Wheel with natural cycle, by Mike Huber
- March 13, 2017: Venezuela rallies in 9th to advance to World Baseball Classic second round, by Stew Thornley
- September 16, 2020: Yankees’ Gerrit Cole notches 100th career win while pitching to his high school catcher, by Laura H. Peebles
In addition, the following stories from Baltimore Baseball, edited by Bill Nowlin and published by SABR in 2021, were also posted online:
- May 18, 1957: Orioles’ Dick Williams homers to tie game at curfew, by Tom Mank
- June 4, 1967: 5 hours and 18 minutes later, Orioles beat Senators in 19 innings, by Gary Sarnoff
- September 13, 1971: Frank Robinson smashes his 500th career home run, by Joseph Wancho
- September 24, 1974: Al Kaline collects 3,000th career hit as Tigers fall to Orioles, by Jody Madron
- September 25, 1974: Orioles rally in 9th to beat Mickey Lolich and Tigers, by Luis A. Blandon Jr.
- May 10-11, 1985: Orioles’ Fred Lynn hits walk-off home runs in back-to-back games, by Rich Ottone (first-time author)
- May 17, 1996: Chris Hoiles hits an ultimate grand slam to walk it off for Orioles, by Matt Clever
- June 30, 2009: One Sugarcoated Game: Orioles rally from 9 runs down to beat Boston, by Thomas E. Schott
- September 28, 2011: Orioles play spoiler, strike midnight on Red Sox season, by Timothy Kearns
- October 3, 2014: Delmon Young’s pinch hit gives Orioles a playoff boost vs. Detroit, by Robert Kimball
- May 8, 2019: Red Sox defeat Orioles behind Sale’s pitching, Benintendi’s home run, and Bradley’s catch, by John J. Burbridge Jr.
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.
Episode #173 on Monday, August 1 featured Curt Bloom, the longest tenured radio broadcaster in Birmingham Barons history. He has been calling baseball, basketball, and football games for more than three decades and joined the Barons’ radio booth in 1992. He called every game of Michael Jordan’s minor-league baseball career in 1994 and is known for his “Gonzo!” home run calls.
Visit SABR.org/sabrcast to listen to the full episode.
Subscribe to SABRcast on your favorite podcast networks, including Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, or Stitcher, and listen to each episode as soon as it’s released on Mondays. To learn more, visit SABR.org/sabrcast.
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 for the regular season. Listen to new episodes at 8:00-9:00 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 is a list of SABR supporters for the month of July 2022:
|Thomas Baird||Karl Knickrehm|
|Louis Bartoshesky||Thomas Larwin|
|Jake Bell||Henry Levy|
|Dick Bily||Tom Lippman|
|Andrew Brown||Peter Mancuso|
|D. Bruce Brown||Bill Nowlin|
|Ken Carrano||Gregg Pericich|
|Scott Carter||John Rall|
|Angel Castillo||John Reynolds|
|Karl Cicitto||Michael Rosenwasser|
|Rodger Coauette||Charles Roussel|
|Helen Edwards||Bob Russon|
|Steven Elsberry||Jason Scheller|
|Daniel Evans||Douglas Schoppert|
|David Firstman||Jeff Self|
|Adam Foldes||Deb Seymour|
|James Gangawere||James Sheehy|
|Steven Glassman||Rob Sheinkopf|
|Duke Goldman||Mike Sparks|
|Robert Hagerman||Thomas Stone|
|John Hanley||Wesley Story|
|Leslie Heaphy||Joseph Thompson|
|Tim Herlich||Neal Traven|
|Rockwell Hoffman||Steve West|
|David Hughes||Beach Wires|
|Donald Jensen||Jeffrey Wood|
|James Kittilsby||Don Zminda|
Here are some major headlines from recent weeks that we don’t want you to miss:
- SABR Research Collection celebrates Baseball Hall of Fame’s Class of 2022
- Watch a preview of the Landmarks Committee’s new SABR Baseball Map
- Sign up now for SABR Analytics Certification online course
- Kansas student receives scholarship in 2022 SABR Women in Baseball essay contest
- SABR Digital Library: Our Game, Too: Influential Figures and Milestones in Canadian Baseball
- Download 2022 SABR Annual Report
- SABR Latino Baseball Committee welcomes new Cuban Baseball Research Group
- Watch: Ballpark Figures with Shakeia Taylor and filmmaker Randy Wilkins
- SABR Defensive Index rankings released through first half of 2022 MLB season
- Check out highlights, photos from 2022 SABR Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference
- Interviews with sabermetric pioneers added to SABR Oral History Collection
- Check out SABR’s new Jackie Robinson 75th anniversary web project
- Seven baseball projects to receive SABR Local Grants 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.
|Deron Andre||Suamico, WI||Glenn Renick||Eagan, MN|
|Mary Asel||Falls Church, VA||Dennis Riswold||Chandler, AZ|
|Andrew Bonkosky||Pinckney, MI||Benny Rodriguez||Charlotte, NC|
|Richard Ernst||Delmar, NY||Brenden Rolens||Oak Park, IL|
|J. Gary Fox||Princeton Junction, NJ||Jim Schmidt||Richmond, VA|
|Les Kernan||Macedon, NY||Thomas Spadafora||Pelham, NY|
|Ryan McLaren||New Orleans, LA||Ishaan Tipirneni||Lexington, MA|
|Raul Padilla||Youngstown, OH||Steph Tomazin||Bartlett, IL|
|Ken Paulson||Old Hickory, TN||Brett Weeks||Savanna, OK|
Here are the new research committee updates this week:
- Deadball Era: August 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:
- Ken Keltner Badger State Chapter: August 2022 newsletter (Milwaukee, WI)
- Larry Dierker Chapter: Summer 2022 newsletter (Houston, TX)
- San Diego Ted Williams Chapter: Click here to read the Hick Carpenter grave marker ceremony report (San Diego, CA)
Here are some recent articles published by and about SABR members:
- Eric Stephen: Vin Scully, the best announcer who ever lived, dies at age 94 (True Blue LA)
- Michael Baumann: Vin Scully Was Part of the Baseball Fan’s Family (The Ringer)
- Steven Goldman: Vin Scully: Signposts and Markers (Baseball Prospectus)
- Eric Nusbaum: The Most Pure Baseball Fan in the World (Slate.com)
- Dan Moore: How the Baltimore Orioles’ Camden Yards Changed Stadium Construction (The Ringer)
- Stephanie Apstein: Juan Soto Leaves Behind a Crushed Nationals Clubhouse Full of New Padres Fans (Sports Illustrated)
- Eno Sarris: Jordan Montgomery, José Siri and the five most intriguing of the MLB trade deadline (The Athletic)
- Tyler Kepner: An Imperfect Decade (New York Times)
- Jay Jaffe: Aaron Judge Is Chasing Some Historic Home Run Totals (FanGraphs)
- Derrick Goold: As mighty Yankees arrive, Cardinals revitalized by adding ‘right guys’ for a playoff run (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
- Jayson Stark: The night the Red Sox gave up 4 TDs at Fenway and broke the record book (The Athletic)
- David Laurila: Steven Kwan, Cleveland’s Mr. Contact, Talks Hitting (FanGraphs)
- Russell A. Carleton: What My Thirteen-Year-Old Taught Me About Bunting (Baseball Prospectus)
- Justin Klugh: An Incredibly Normal Week with the Incredibly Normal Phillies (Baseball Prospectus)
- Daniel R. Epstein: Coaches as Teachers, Players as Learners (Baseball Prospectus)
- Michael Clair: Maybelle Blair on coming out at 95 and a new ‘League of Their Own’ (MLB.com)
- Grant Brisbee: The Giants made deadline trades, but not the ones you wanted (The Athletic)
- Bill Francis: Bud Fowler’s story has deep roots in Central New York (BaseballHall.org)
- Tom Dart: Hack Wilson: the hard-living Chicago Cubs star whose epic 1930 endures (The Guardian)
- Gary Cieradkowski: Pythias Russ: The Negro Leagues’ Forgotten Thoroughbred (Studio Gary C)
- Peter Dreier: Terry Cannon’s Spirit Lives On With The Baseball Reliquary (Pasadena Now)
- Scott Miller: The Baseball Hall of Fame’s Mischievous Cousin (New York Times)
- Jared Beilby: The numbers behind baseball’s triple play (Athens Daily Post-Athenian)
- Mark Armour: Intentional Balk: Baseball’s Thin Line Between Innovation and Cheating (KATU.com)
- Sam Gazdziak: Obituary: Win Remmerswaal (1954-2022) (RIP Baseball)
- Bill Staples Jr.: Menko Meditations: The Art & Order of the JCM 21 Japanese Baseball Card Set (Blogspot.com)
- Derek Bain: Retro Computer Baseball Game Review – Pursue the Pennant: Diamond Mind Baseball (Baseball Analytics)
- Jason Schwartz: Player collection spotlight – Dave Hoskins (SABR Baseball Cards Blog)
- Michael Kane: “¡Yo la tengo!” – Fact Check (SABR Baseball Cards Blog)
Please note: Some articles may require a separate subscription to view online. SABR does not endorse, and is not responsible or liable for, any content that appears on a third-party website.
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Originally published: August 5, 2022. Last Updated: August 5, 2022.