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 December 10, 2021:
We are proud to congratulate longtime SABR member Tim Kurkjian, who was elected as the 2022 recipient of the Career Excellence Award by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America.
Kurkjian, a senior writer and reporter for ESPN since 1998, will be honored with the award which honors meritorious contributions to baseball writing during the National Baseball Hall of Fame’s induction weekend on July 22-25, 2022, in Cooperstown, New York.
Kurkjian, who first joined SABR in 1994, is the author of three books, including Is This a Great Game, or What? and I’m Fascinated by Sacrifice Flies. He began covering baseball in 1981 for the Dallas Morning News and Baltimore Sun before moving on to Sports Illustrated and then ESPN.
Kurkjian is the 11th SABR member to win the BBWAA Career Excellence Award, joining Jayson Stark (2019), Bob Elliott (2012), Bill Madden (2010), Tracy Ringolsby (2005), Leonard Koppett (1992), Jerome Holtzman (1989), Jack Lang (1986), Allen Lewis (1981), Bob Broeg (1979) and Fred Lieb (1972).
- Read all published SABR biographies of BBWAA Career Excellence Award winners at the SABR BioProject
- Jack Graney named 2022 Ford C. Frick Award winner by Baseball Hall of Fame
Six candidates earned election to the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday via the Eras Committee process. Gil Hodges, Jim Kaat, Minnie Miñoso and Tony Oliva were elected by the Golden Days Era Committee, which considered a 10-person ballot comprised of candidates whose primary contribution to the game came from 1950-69.
Click on the links above to read SABR biographies for the new Hall of Famers.
The Early Baseball Era voting electorate included SABR members Gary Ashwill, Adrian Burgos Jr., Leslie Heaphy, Justice Hill, Steve Hirdt, and John Thorn. Burgos and Hirdt were also part of the Golden Days Era voting electorate. Both committees held meetings on Sunday in Orlando, Florida.
Fowler, Hodges, Kaat, Miñoso, Oliva and O’Neil will be joined in the Hall of Fame Class of 2022 by any electees who emerge from the Baseball Writers’ Association of America voting, which will be announced on Tuesday, January 25, 2022.
This holiday season, it’s easy to share that passion for the game with friends and family. If you’re looking for a great gift for the baseball fan in your life, how about a SABR Gift Membership?
All baseball fans are welcome to join SABR.
Click here to learn more about how to sign up a family member or friend with a SABR Gift Membership in our latest Membership Benefit Spotlight video.
Visit SABR.org/gift-membership to learn more.
Periodically throughout the year, SABR.org publishes The SABR Bookshelf, a listing of new books that are received at the SABR office.
Click on the link above for more detailed information on each of these books:
- Baltimore Baseball, edited by Bill Nowlin
- One-Hit Wonders, edited by Bill Nowlin
- Baseball Generations: Career Value Index – A New Look at the Hall of Fame and Rating the Greatest Players of All Time, by David J. Gordon
- The Least Among Them: 29 Players, Their Brief Moments in the Big Leagues, and a Unique History of the New York Yankees, by Paul Russell Semendinger
- Jackie Mitchell: The Girl Who Loved Baseball, by John M. Kovach
- 1979: The Expos First, Great Season, by Norm King
- Seven Games in ’62: The Yankees and Giants Square Off in a Classic World Series, by John Iamarino
- Baseball’s Most Bizarre Plays: A Roster of the Odd, the Improbable and the Downright Confounding in Major League History, by Alan Hirsch
- A Brand New Ballgame: Branch Rickey, Bill Veeck, Walter O’Malley and the Transformation of Baseball, 1945–1962, by G. Scott Thomas
- American Legion Baseball: A History, 1924–2020, by William E. Akin
- Dr. Strangeglove: The Life and Times of All-Star Slugger Dick Stuart, by William J. Ryczek
- Barney Dreyfuss: Pittsburgh’s Baseball Titan, by Brian Martin
- Bill DeWitt Sr.: Patriarch of a Baseball Family, by Burton A. Boxerman and Benita W. Boxerman
- A Complete History of the Major League Baseball Playoffs – Volume I, by Evan Thompson
- Banned For Life: The Benny Kauff Story, by Jimmy Keenan
- Gettysburg Eddie Plank: A Pitcher’s Journey to the Hall of Fame, by Dave Heller
Bolded names indicates that the author(s) is a SABR member. Click here for a list of publishers found in the SABR Bookshelf, along with their contact information. In addition, check out new books published by SABR at SABR.org/ebooks.
As part of our continued efforts to provide SABR chapter leaders with adequate resources and support, please welcome Peter Cottrell as our new chapter liaison.
Peter is a longtime SABR member and chapter leader of the Bob Davids Chapter in Washington, DC. In his role as chapter liaison, he will be tasked with leading our quarterly best practice sessions, assisting chapter leaders in following our governance and standards document, helping network fellow chapter leaders with one another, and scheduling chapter meetings on our Events Calendar.
Peter can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early registration is now open for the SABR Virtual Analytics Conference, which will be held over three days in online sessions from March 18-20, 2022. We’ll bring 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. Register today to join us!
The Virtual Analytics Conference schedule consists 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 will have opportunities for skill acquisition and development, including sessions on how to work with baseball-related data sets as well as databasing and SQL.
- Registration: Click here to register for the 2022 SABR Virtual Analytics Conference. Early-bird registration is $75 for SABR members, $100 for non-members, and $50 for currently enrolled high school or college students (includes one-year SABR membership).
- Student Registration: Students should email Scott Carter with a photo of their student ID to receive a special link to register at a discounted rate.
- Yoseloff Scholarship: Students, apply now for a Yoseloff Scholarship to attend the 2022 SABR Virtual Analytics Conference. Deadline: December 31, 2021.
- Research Awards: We’re seeking nominations for the 2022 SABR Analytics Conference Research Awards. Deadline: December 31, 2021.
Stay tuned for more information on speakers, panelists, and presenters soon! Visit SABR.org/analytics to learn more.
With generous funding from The Anthony A. Yoseloff Foundation, Inc., SABR will award up to six scholarships to high school and college students who wish to attend the SABR Virtual Analytics Conference on March 18-20, 2022. This scholarship will pay for all registration fees and expenses associated with the conference.
- Download an application form: Click here to apply for a Yoseloff Scholarship to attend the 2022 SABR Virtual Analytics Conference
All applications must be postmarked or e-mailed to Leslie Heaphy at email@example.com no later than December 31, 2021.
The 2022 Diamond Dollars Case Competition will be held online beginning at 11:30 a.m. ET on Friday, March 18, 2022, as part of the SABR Virtual Analytics Conference. Four- to five-person student teams are asked to evaluate a baseball operations case problem. The student team presents their analysis and recommendations to a panel of judges that includes MLB front office executives.
- Register: Click here to register your team for the 2022 Diamond Dollars Virtual Case Competition. Registration is $1,750 per team, which includes admission to all SABR Virtual Analytics Conference sessions and a one-year SABR membership for each participant.
- Questions: Please contact Vince Gennaro with any questions about participating.
Visit SABR.org/analytics/case to learn more.
We’re now seeking applications for a new full-time position based at the SABR office, located in the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University in downtown Phoenix.
The Membership Services Manager will lead SABR’s membership service efforts, including new member on-boarding, member communications, and membership transactions. As our Membership Services Manager, you will be responsible for membership retention and helping chapters develop their membership. An integral part of ensuring the success of our baseball community, this position will help drive SABR’s future growth and support the organization’s vision.
Please send resume and cover letter to CEO Scott Bush at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
While we continue to celebrate SABR’s 50th anniversary this year, we are keeping a keen eye on our organization’s future and have so many exciting projects on deck. In 2022, we will deliver the SABR Local Grants program. This initiative will provide an opportunity for chapters, research committees, and chartered communities to apply for funding for their projects under SABR’s Four Pillars: Research, Scholarship, Preservation, and Future of the Game. In total, $10,000 in SABR Local Grants will be awarded in 2022!
All SABR chapters, chartered communities, and research committees are now eligible to apply, until January 30, 2022. Individual SABR members and non-SABR groups are not eligible, so if you have an individual idea for a program grant, please follow up with your local chapter leadership or appropriate research committee to discuss an application.
SABR’s 50th year has been a historic one. We have commemorated our history and looked forward to our shared vision of the organization’s future. As 2021 comes to a close, we need your support to BRING IT HOME and ensure that vision turns into a reality.
Gifts from members like you are integral to SABR’s existence and we are hopeful you will consider a donation to sustain and grow our wonderful baseball community.
You can support SABR’s Bring it Home Campaign by making a gift of at least $100 by December 31, 2021. We will use your best gift of $100, $300, $500, or $1,000 to boost initiatives in several key areas of SABR’s mission:
- Research: continued support for groundbreaking baseball-related research, books, articles, and new member resources
- Scholarship: furthering the reach and impact of SABR’s world-class committees, chapters, and conferences
- Preservation: committing to preserve, honor, and commemorate baseball history
- Future of the Game: improving SABR’s ability to engage with a younger and more diverse constituency, including high school and college students, through baseball research
Visit SABR.org/donate/2021 to learn more.
Good news! The Fall 2021 edition of the Baseball Research Journal has been mailed out to all SABR members. This issue includes a special illustrated cover of Ball Four author and knuckleball pitcher Jim Bouton by SABR member Gary Cieradkowski.
Those of you who receive the print edition should find your BRJ arriving in the next two to four weeks. For digital subscribers, the e-book edition was delivered on Tuesday, November 9.
- All articles from the Fall 2021 Baseball Research Journal are now available to read online at SABR.org.
- Click here to download the PDF e-book edition of the Fall 2021 Baseball Research Journal.
- Click here to order a copy of the print edition of the Fall 2021 Baseball Research Journal from Amazon.com.
We hope you enjoy reading the Fall 2021 Baseball Research Journal!
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 Pee Wee Reese Chapter in Louisville, Kentucky, will hold a virtual Zoom meeting at 5:00 p.m. EST on Monday, December 13. All SABR members are invited to attend. We will be joined on Zoom by one of baseball’s newest Hall of Famers, Jim Kaat, former major-league pitcher and MLB Network broadcaster. To RSVP, please contact Tad Myre.
- Video Replays: This week, we heard a panel on baseball’s collective bargaining agreement with Michael Haupert, Dan Levitt, and Jeff Katz, along with Brian Drent of the Mile High Card Co. and authors John Vampatella (The Forgotten Game) and Luke Epplin (Our Team). 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:
- December 10: Quebec Chapter meeting with Marcel Dugas (7:00 p.m. EST)
- December 11: Southern Michigan Chapter meeting (10:00 a.m. EST)
- December 11: Sweet Lou Johnson Lexington (KY) Chapter meeting (1:00 p.m. EST)
- December 11: Emil Rothe Chicago Chapter meeting with Cody Decker (2:00 p.m. CST)
- December 13: Pee Wee Reese (KY) Chapter meeting with Jim Kaat (5:00 p.m. EST)
- December 13: Bob Broeg St. Louis (MO) Chapter meeting (6:30 p.m. CST)
- December 13: Halsey Hall (MN) Chapter research committee meeting (7:00 p.m. CST)
- December 14: Larry Dierker (TX) Chapter meeting with Jack Bales (7:00 p.m. CST)
- December 14: SABR 19th Century Speaker Series with Rob Bauer (8:00 p.m. EST)
- December 15: Baltimore Babe Ruth Chapter meeting (12:00 p.m. EST)
- December 15: SABR New Member Experience (8:00 p.m. EST)
In addition, the following events will be held in person:
- December 11: Hank Gowdy Chapter meeting (Columbus, OH)
- December 16: Magnolia Chapter “Third Thursday” meeting (Sandy Springs, GA)
- December 18: Babe ‘n’ Bob Chapter Breakfast (Edgewater, MD)
- December 18: Connecticut Smoky Joe Wood Chapter holiday party (Rocky Hill, CT)
- December 18: Rogers Hornsby Chapter monthly luncheon (Austin, TX)
Find more upcoming SABR meetings on our Events Calendar page.
The Winter Meetings have been Organized Baseball’s annual offseason ritual since the early days of the game. SABR has published a three-volume book series on the history of the winter meetings, covering the years 1857 through 2016, including a special section on the Negro Leagues winter meetings.
All of the articles from the Winter Meetings history books can now be read online at SABR.org. Click on a link below to read more:
- Baseball’s Business: The Winter Meetings: 1901-1957 (Volume 1), edited by Steve Weingarden and Bill Nowlin
- Baseball’s Business: The Winter Meetings: 1958-2016 (Volume 2), edited by Steve Weingarden and Bill Nowlin
- Baseball’s 19th Century “Winter” Meetings, 1857-1900 (Volume 3), edited by Jeremy K. Hodges and Bill Nowlin
To download your free e-book edition or order the paperback edition at a 50% discount, visit SABR.org/winter-meetings-books.
Episode #140 on Monday, December 6 featured Eduardo Pérez, a baseball analyst for ESPN, MLB Network Radio host, and former major-league player. He has coached in the Houston Astros and Miami Marlins organizations, and served as manager of the Colombian national team and as manager and general manager of the Puerto Rican national team. From 1993-2006, he played parts of 13 seasons in the major leagues, primarily as a first baseman, for the Angels, Cardinals, Reds, Devil Rays, Indians and Mariners. He joined ESPN as an analyst beginning with the 2006 postseason. He is the son of Hall of Famer Tony Pérez.
Visit SABR.org/sabrcast to listen to the full episode.
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- José Bautista, by Malcolm Allen
- George Binks, by Andrew Sharp
- Gus Gil, by Alfonso Tusa
- Mike Hart, by Evan Katz
- Frank Scanlan, by Bill Lamb
- Babe Towne, by Terry Bohn
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.
Six new game stories were posted this week as part of the SABR Games Project. Here are the new game stories:
- June 28, 1907: Branch Rickey sets record by allowing 13 stolen bases to Senators in one game, by Laura H. Peebles
- July 25, 1947: Willard Brown becomes first Black ballplayer in a major-league game at Fenway Park, by Bill Nowlin
- April 22, 1959: Carl Yastrzemski contributes to win in first pro game for Raleigh, by Kurt Blumenau
- September 7, 1972: Red Sox rally to take the division lead in a chaotic AL East race, by Christopher D. Chavis
- September 3, 1995: First-place Indians overcome Tigers’ rally with Vizquel’s bat, glove, by Tim Otto
- June 28, 2015: Mets’ Steven Matz sets record with 4 RBIs in debut victory over Reds, by Larry DeFillipo
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.
In 2020, the SABR Digital Library published Baseball’s Biggest Blowout Games, edited by Bill Nowlin, with more than 125 accounts of the most lopsided games in major-league baseball history, including postseason games and the top four for all 30 MLB franchises.
All of the stories from the Blowouts book can now be found online as part of the SABR Games Project. Here are some highlights:
- May 18, 1912: Tigers stage baseball’s first player strike in support of Ty Cobb, by Paul Hofmann
- May 24, 1936: Tony Lazzeri’s two grand slams and 11 RBIs, by Mike Huber
- June 10, 1944: At age 15, Reds’ Joe Nuxhall becomes youngest player to appear in MLB game, by Greg Erion
- June 8, 1950: Red Sox beat up on Browns with 29-4 shellacking, by Bill Nowlin
- July 5, 1987: Don’t ‘Believe It’: When Sports Illustrated missed on the Cleveland Indians, by Graham Womack
- May 24, 2000: Shawn Estes throws shutout, hits grand slam as Giants rock Expos, 18-0, by Diane MacLennan
- September 2, 2002: Losing with ‘Grace’: David Ross, Dodgers blast Diamondbacks, 19-1, by Steve Behnke
- August 22, 2007: Rangers set major league mark with 30-3 victory, by Thomas E. Schott
- September 4, 2017: Diamondbacks’ J.D. Martinez hits 4 home runs at Dodger Stadium, by Gabriella Garr
- September 8, 2019: Birthday Bash! Gerrit Cole fans 15 as Astros crush King Felix, Mariners, by Peter Seidel
Click here to download your free e-book edition or save 50% off the paperback edition of Baseball’s Biggest Blowout Games from the SABR Digital Library.
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.
- Seymour Medal (history/biography books; deadline: 12/31/2021)
- SABR Analytics Conference Research Awards (baseball analytics research; deadline: 12/31/2021)
- Larry Ritter Book Award (Deadball Era books; deadline: 12/31/2021)
- Ron Gabriel Award (Brooklyn Dodgers research; deadline: 12/31/2021)
- Russell Gabay Award (New Jersey baseball; deadline: 12/31/2021)
- SABR Baseball Research Award (outstanding research articles/projects: deadline: 1/31/2022)
- McFarland-SABR Baseball Research Award (best history/biography articles; deadline: 2/15/2022)
Please note: Only ONE entry per nomination will be considered (do not submit multiple nominations for the same award). For more information on SABR Awards, click here.
Here are some major headlines from recent weeks that we don’t want you to miss:
- Carlos Correa, Nolan Arenado win 2021 Rawlings Platinum Glove Awards, presented by SABR
- SABR dedicates John Dodge grave marker at Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville
- Watch highlights from the SABR Brooklyn 19th Century Baseball Interdisciplinary Symposium
- Save the date: SABR Day is February 5, 2022
- SABR Digital Library: Baltimore Baseball
- Watch highlights from the 2021 SABR/IWBC Women in Baseball Conference
- SABR Member Benefit Spotlight: Renewing Your Membership
- SABR 50 convention in Baltimore rescheduled for August 17-21, 2022
- Check out the complete SABR 50 at 50 series as we look back at baseball over the past 50 years
- 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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|Maureen Cronin||Osterville, MA||Maureen Goger||Hickory, NC|
|Deron Dixon||Overland Park, KS||Raymond Herek||Williamston, MI|
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|Seamus Fitzpatrick||Dobbs Ferry, NY||Jack Marshall||Alexandria, VA|
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There are no new research committee updates this week.
Find all SABR research committee newsletters at SABR.org/research/committees.
Here are the new regional chapter and chartered community updates this week:
- Lajoie-Start Southern New England Chapter: November 27 meeting recap (Greenville, RI)
- Rickwood Field Chapter: December 2021 newsletter (Birmingham, AL)
Visit SABR.org/chapters for more information on SABR regional chapters.
Here are some recent articles published by and about SABR members:
- Ken Rosenthal: Tim Kurkjian, who views the sport uniquely, deeply deserves the baseball writers’ Career Excellence Award (The Athletic)
- Lynn Worthy: Buck O’Neil finally elected to Baseball Hall of Fame, 15 years after disappointment (Kansas City Star)
- Benjamin Hoffman: Bud Fowler Was a Black Star 60 Years Before Jackie. Now He’s a Hall of Famer. (New York Times)
- Justice B. Hill: Minnie Miñoso was worthy of Cooperstown. So what took so long? (The Undefeated)
- Jay Jaffe: Half a Dozen Era Committee Honorees for the Hall of Fame… But Not Without Heartbreak (FanGraphs)
- Gary Cieradkowski: Minnie Miñoso: Cuba to Cooperstown via the Negro Leagues (Studio Gary C)
- Do-Hyoung Park: ‘Greatest ambassador’ Tony Oliva gets Hall call (MLB.com)
- Jayson Stark: Dick Allen’s numbers haven’t changed, but how we view them should (The Athletic)
- Hannah Keyser: Consider the fans! Why MLB could and should make rule changes a major part of CBA talks (Yahoo! Sports)
- Eno Sarris: The numbers behind the proposals: Can we determine how much money is at issue in baseball’s labor battle? (The Athletic)
- Maury Brown: Major League Baseball’s Integrity At Stake Due To Inconsistencies With The Ball (Forbes.com)
- Stephen J. Nesbitt/Mike Vorkunov/Evan Drellich: On MLB-owned media, the players now barely exist. What’s behind that decision? (The Athletic)
- Stephanie Apstein: It’s Time for the Players to Write Themselves Back Into the Lockout Story (Sports Illustrated)
- Mark Fainaru-Wada/T.J. Quinn: Not as great: Assessing Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens without the PED factor (ESPN.com)
- Rob Mains: The National League’s Natural DH Experiment: The Lessons (Baseball Prospectus)
- Grant Brisbee: Giants free-agent profile: It’s time to discuss Clayton Kershaw (The Athletic)
- David Laurila: Angels Prospect Jeremiah Jackson Can Juice a Baseball (FanGraphs)
- Ryan Whirty: New Orleans sports legend ‘Creole Pete’ to receive historic marker (Louisiana Weekly)
- Mark Simon: 2021 NPB & KBO Fielding Bible Award Winners (ACTA Sports)
- John Davis: Baker Museum namesakes share baseball memorabilia and fine art from their private collections in Naples (WGCU.org)
- Manny Randhawa: Stunning Frank Robinson trade was an all-time heist (MLB.com)
- Sam Gazdziak: Obituary: LaMarr Hoyt (1955-2021) (RIPBaseball.com)
- Roger Cormier: The Mound Visits of 2021 (Baseball Prospectus)
- Russell A. Carleton: The Disposable Player (Baseball Prospectus)
- M. Shawn Hennessy: Lefty Mills, Aircraft Wrencher Turned Big League Hurler (Chevrons and Diamonds)
- Jason Schwartz: The beautiful cardboard of Hall of Famer Gil Hodges (SABR Baseball Cards Committee)
- Nick Vossbrink: A T218 Toehold (SABR Baseball Cards Committee)
- F. Scott Wilkinson: Topps in 1972 (SABR Baseball Cards Committee)
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: December 10, 2021. Last Updated: December 10, 2021.