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 February 26, 2021:
Stealing Home: Los Angeles, the Dodgers, and the Lives Caught in Between, written by Eric Nusbaum and published by PublicAffairs, is the winner of the 2021 Dr. Harold and Dorothy Seymour Medal, which honors the best book of baseball history or biography published during the preceding calendar year.
Nusbaum will receive his award during the 28th annual NINE Spring Training Conference on Saturday, March 20, 2021. The NINE Conference will be held virtually over three weekends in March. To register for the NINE conference, visit nineconference.com.
The other finalists for the 2021 Seymour Medal were:
- How Baseball Happened: Outrageous Lies Exposed! The True Story Revealed, by Thomas W. Gilbert (David R. Godine)
- Bouton: The Life of a Baseball Original, by Mitchell Nathanson (University of Nebraska Press)
- The Called Shot: Babe Ruth, the Chicago Cubs, and the Unforgettable Major League Baseball Season of 1932, by Thomas Wolf (University of Nebraska Press)
To see a list of previous Seymour Medal winners, click here.
We are pleased to announce the Analyze This: The Varying Roles and Skillsets of Baseball Analysts panel on Saturday, March 13 at the SABR Virtual Analytics Conference.
The SABR Analytics Conference will be held online from March 11-14, 2021. The conference is open to all baseball fans; register today to join us!
The Analyze This panel is expected to include:
- Ehsan Bokhari, Senior Director of Player Evaluation, Houston Astros
- Maggie O’Hara, Senior Analyst in Baseball Operations, Detroit Tigers
- Josh Ruffin, Advanced Scouting Analyst, Minnesota Twins
- Moderator: Eduardo Perez, ESPN analyst and former major-league infielder for 13 seasons
Please note: All speakers are subject to change depending on availability.
Click here to learn more about our featured speakers and panelists.
Baseball card photographer Doug McWilliams was selected as the winner of the 2021 Jefferson Burdick Award, which honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the baseball card hobby, by SABR’s Baseball Cards Research Committee.
McWilliams was a photographer for The Topps Company from 1971 to 1994, and his images graced thousands of baseball cards throughout an era of monumental changes in the hobby. His association with Topps began after he produced color postcards for Oakland A’s pitcher Vida Blue and then was hired by the card company to take photographs at spring training in Arizona. A native of Berkeley, California, McWilliams was based on the West Coast, photographing players at their Cactus League training camps and during the season in Oakland and San Francisco. In 2010, McWilliams donated a collection of 10,000 color negatives to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.
“Doug’s willingness to pull back the curtain and show us the process of how photographs end up on cards provide a treasure trove of information about what kinds of photos Topps wanted and the technical requirements they had,” said SABR Baseball Cards Committee co-chair Nick Vossbrink. “Cards are essentially cheap, mass-produced photos, which makes them a visual record of photographic technology. Being able to read about what kind of film, cameras, and lenses he used is invaluable in grounding our understanding of cards as part of that visual record.”
Click here to read more about McWilliams’s career and legacy at the SABR Baseball Cards Blog.
All baseball fans are welcome to join us for the SABR Virtual Analytics Conference, which will be held over four days in online sessions from March 11-14, 2021. 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!
Programming will run on Thursday and Friday evening from 6:30-9:00 p.m. Eastern, all day Saturday from 12:00-8:00 p.m. Eastern, and Sunday afternoon from 1:00-5:00 p.m. EDT.
- Registration: Click here to register for the 2021 SABR Virtual Analytics Conference. Regular registration is $99 for SABR members and $125 for non-members.
- Student Registration: Currently enrolled high school or college students are eligible to attend for a special $50 registration fee. Student registration includes a one-year SABR membership ($25 value) and a complimentary Rapsodo certification course ($395 value). Students should email Scott Carter with a photo of their student ID to receive the discounted registration link. Access to Rapsodo online certification course will be delivered after conclusion of the conference.
- Featured Speakers: Click here to learn more about our featured speakers and panelists.
- Research Presentations: Click here for research presentation abstract and speaker bios.
- Diamond Dollars Virtual Case Competition: Register your team or learn more about the 2021 Diamond Dollars Virtual Case Competition.
- Research Awards: Learn more about the finalists for the 2021 SABR Analytics Conference Research Awards.
Stay tuned for more details on guest speakers, panelists, and presenters! Visit SABR.org/analytics to 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: At 7:00 p.m. EST on Friday, February 26, SABR’s Women in Baseball Committee will host a special discussion on Black women in baseball with authors Andrea Williams (Baseball’s Leading Lady on Effa Manley) and Dr. Sabrina A. Brinson (Meet the Philadelphia Dolly Vardens). Click here to register for this free Zoom event.
- Video Replays: This week, we heard from J.J. Cooper and Scott Bush on the Changing Minor League Baseball Landscape; Meredith Wills on “What has Happened to Our Baseball?”; Gary Belleville on Cleveland’s Long Lost First No Hitter”; Mike Lynch and Gary Ashwill on the Seamheads Negro Leagues Historical Database”; Mark Armour on SABR’s Negro Leagues Task Force; Rochester Red Wings photographers BJ Germano and Joe Territo; and Dan Taylor on the Hollywood Stars. 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:
- February 26: Women in Baseball Committee meeting with Andrea Williams and Sabrina A. Brinson (7:00 p.m. EST)
- February 27: Halsey Hall (MN) Chapter meeting with Phil Miller and Dan Hayes (9:00 a.m. CST)
- February 27: Bud Metheny (VA) Chapter meeting with Travis Sawchik (10:00 a.m. EST)
- February 27: Pee Wee Reese (KY) Chapter meeting with Vic Gregovitz (10:00 a.m. EST)
- February 27: Allan Roth (CA) Chapter meeting with Jacob Pomrenke, Dan Taylor, Jarol Manheim, and Stephen Bratkovich (10:00 a.m. PST)
- February 28: Pacific Northwest Chapter meeting with Mark Armour, Rob Neyer, John Choiniere, and Bart Waldman (1:00 p.m. PST)
- February 28: Baltimore Babe Ruth Chapter meeting (7:00 p.m. EST)
- March 2: IBWAA: Retired Numbers with Brian Harl (8:00 p.m. EST)
- March 2: Sacramento/Bay Area joint chapter meeting (7:00 p.m. PST)
- March 3: Bob Broeg St. Louis Chapter Baseball Fellowship Meeting (5:30 p.m. CST)
- March 3: Baltimore Babe Ruth Chapter meeting with Stephen Bratkovich (7:00 p.m. EST)
- March 3: Buck O’Neil/North Florida Chapter meeting with Sam Zygner (7:00 p.m. EST)
- March 4: Goose Goslin (NJ) Chapter meeting with Mitchell Nathanson (7:00 p.m. EST)
- March 4: Halsey Hall (MN) Chapter meeting with Jason Schwartz (6:00 p.m. CST)
- March 6: Talkin’ Baseball: Greg Pryor (9:00 a.m. EST)
- March 6: Carolina Chapter meeting (12:00 p.m. EST)
- March 6: Ballparks Committee meeting with Brian Frank (3:00 p.m. EST)
- March 6: Latino Baseball Committee meeting with Chanel Zapata (12:30 p.m. PST)
- March 6: Baseball Reminiscence meeting (1:00 p.m. PST)
In addition, the following meeting will be held in person; visit SABR.org/events for complete details:
- March 6: Rickwood Field Chapter meeting (Birmingham, AL)
Find more upcoming SABR meetings on our Events Calendar page.
The SABR Nominating Committee is now seeking nominations for candidates for the 2021 elections. To be eligible for the Board of Directors, candidates must have been members of the Society for at least the preceding four years. The deadline for nominations is February 26, 2021.
The offices to be filled:
- President (2-year term; currently Mark Armour)
- Secretary (3-year term; currently Todd Lebowitz)
- Director (3-year term; currently Tyrone Brooks)
Nominees must prepare a Candidate Statement Form following guidelines that will be available from any Nominating Committee member and must be received by the Nominating Committee chair no later than March 26, 2021. Self-nominations are welcome. If you would like to nominate yourself or another candidate or suggest a question for the candidates, contact Nominating Committee chair Anthony Salazar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Add a new baseball book to your collection from the SABR Digital Library:
From Rube to Robinson: SABR’s Best Articles on Black Baseball
Edited by John Graf
Associate editors: Duke Goldman and Larry Lester
ISBN (paperback): 978-1-9701-5941-7, $24.95
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-9701-5940-0, $9.99
8.5″ x 11″, 218 pages
From Rube to Robinson brings together the best Negro League baseball scholarship that SABR has ever produced, pulled from its journals, Biography Project, and award-winning essays. The book includes a star-studded list of scholars and historians, from the late Jerry Malloy and Jules Tygiel, to award winners Larry Lester, Geri Strecker, and Jeremy Beer, and a host of other talented writers. The essays cover topics ranging over nearly a century, from 1866 and the earliest known Black baseball championship, to 1962 and the end of the Negro American League.
SABR members, get this e-book for FREE!
- E-book: Click here to download the e-book version of From Rube to Robinson for FREE from the SABR Store. Available in PDF, Kindle/MOBI and EPUB formats.
- Paperback: Get a 50% discount on the From Rube to Robinson paperback edition from the SABR Store ($17.95 includes shipping/tax; delivery via Kindle Direct Publishing can take up to 4-6 weeks.)
Having trouble downloading our e-books? To view PDF files on your computer, click here to download the free Adobe Reader software. Having trouble downloading e-books to your Kindle, Nook, Sony Reader or iPad? Click here for additional help.
Visit SABR.org/ebooks to find more SABR Digital Library titles.
SABR’s Negro Leagues Committee will award $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors in its 13th annual Thomas R. Garrett Scholarship essay contest in 2021. Students must write a 1,200-word essay answering a question related to one of the Negro League figures who are the namesakes of the scholarships.
Click here to learn more about each scholarship or to download an application. All applications must be sent or postmarked no later than April 15, 2021, and emailed to Dr. Leslie Heaphy at Lheaphy@kent.edu.
Eligible applicants must be 1) a current high school senior, 2) anticipating completion of high school diploma at the time of application, 3) planning to pursue a degree at an accredited U.S. post-secondary institution, and 4) carrying a minimum 2.5 GPA at the end of their junior year of high school.
With travel restrictions and public health measures still in place due to the global COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the SABR 50 convention in Baltimore, Maryland, and the Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference in Birmingham, Alabama, have been rescheduled for the summer of 2022.
The SABR 50 convention is now scheduled for August 10-14, 2022, at the Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor in Baltimore. The next in-person Malloy Conference will be held on June 2-4, 2022, at the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel in Birmingham.
Any members who requested a roll-over from their 2020 registrations will have their fees automatically refunded to their credit card on file. Please contact the SABR office with any questions.
As part of SABR’s 50th anniversary this year, all baseball fans are invited to join us online for the Summer of SABR: Golden Celebration Series, a series of presentations, chats, and panel discussions featuring authors, scholars, and figures from around the game.
“We look forward to gathering in person again when it is safe for as many of us to do so as possible,” SABR CEO Scott Bush said. “Until then, we are excited for this year’s Summer of SABR and the continuing celebration of our Golden Anniversary.”
The Summer of SABR online sessions will be held on the weekends of June 25-27, July 23-25, and August 13-14. More details about registration, along with featured speakers and panelists, will be announced soon at SABR.org/summer.
Would you like to volunteer as a SABR Membership Ambassador? We’re looking for anyone who has a passion for SABR, who loves meeting new people, and who enjoys establishing authentic connections to help welcome new members into our baseball community.
Our Membership Ambassadors will be asked to send a personalized email to new members each week, help promote SABR via word of mouth and/or social media, represent the member ambassador team in at least one New Member Experience online session during the calendar year, and attend a quarterly virtual Zoom meeting with our Community Engagement Manager and other Ambassadors to discuss and review their efforts.
If you are interested in becoming a SABR Membership Ambassador, please email Chanel Zapata at email@example.com.
Episode #99 on Monday, February 22 featured Dr. Lawrence Rocks, a renowned analytical and theoretical chemist who recently worked with Paul DeJong of the St. Louis Cardinals to study the effect of heat on a baseball and to promote Project #WeatherStationMoon to combat climate change. Their work was featured on a Topps Now baseball card in January 2021. Dr. Rocks is the author of The Energy Crisis in 1972 and he was influential in the creation of the US Department of Energy. He received his master’s degree in chemistry from Purdue University and his doctorate from Technische Hochschule Vienna in Austria.
Visit SABR.org/sabrcast to listen to the full episode.
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Eight new biographies were posted this week as part of the SABR Baseball Biography Project. Here are the new bios published this week:
- Jim Lefebvre, by Bob Trostler
- Tom Long, by Darren Gibson
- Mal Mallette, by Malcolm Allen
- Bob Nieman, by Malcolm Allen
- John T. Powers, by Bill Lamb
- Bob Watson, by Karen DeLuca Stephens
- George Zackert, by Darren Gibson
- Frank Zupo, by Malcolm Allen
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.
- Read all bios from 1982 Milwaukee Brewers book: In Harvey’s Wallbangers: The 1982 Milwaukee Brewers, edited by Gregory H. Wolf and published by the SABR Digital Library in 2020, we commemorated a team that captured the hearts and imagination of baseball fans not just in Wisconsin, but around the country. All of the biographies that appeared in the 1982 Brewers book are now available to read online at the SABR BioProject. Click here to download the free e-book edition of Harvey’s Wallbangers or take 50% off the paperback at SABR.org/ebooks.
Eighteen new game stories were posted this week as part of the SABR Games Project. Here are the new game stories:
- April 23, 1969: Jerry Koosman gets his first win in Mets’ miracle season, by David Krell
- June 26, 1972: Minor-league no-hitter gets lost in the fog, by Kurt Blumenau
- July 13, 1977: New York City blackout adjourns Mets-Cubs game for two months, by David Alvarez
- April 9, 1982: Brewers shake off winter blues with Opening Day onslaught, by Isaac Buttke
- May 12, 1982: Paul Molitor slams three homers for only time in career, by Gregory H. Wolf
- June 20, 1982: Ben Oglivie wallops three homers as Brewers roll over Tigers, by Gregory H. Wolf
- September 8, 1982: Don Sutton tosses shutout for first AL win to keep Brewers in the hunt, by Gregory H. Wolf
- April 26, 1995: Braves prevail on Opening Day with small crowd, high expectations, by Chris Jones
- May 9, 1995: Chipper Jones belts first career home run, a game-winner against the Mets, by Paul Hofmann
- June 6, 1995: Ryan Klesko, Chipper Jones lead Braves’ biggest offensive show of the season, by Richard Cuicchi
- July 4, 1995: Braves retake NL East division lead for good, by Jack Zerby
- July 9, 1995: Braves win ninth consecutive game on Fred McGriff’s home run, by Thomas J. Brown Jr.
- August 20, 1995: Greg Maddux needs only 88 pitches for two-hit shutout over Cardinals, by Mike Huber
- October 3, 1995: Chipper Jones homers twice in postseason debut for Braves, by Laura H. Peebles
- October 14, 1995: Steve Avery, Mike Devereaux shine as Braves complete NLCS sweep over Reds, by Richard Cuicchi
- October 28, 1995: Glavine, Justice win back the fans and bring a World Series to Atlanta, by Jacob Pomrenke
- September 5, 2015: Wade Miley’s pitching, David Ortiz’s hitting highlight Red Sox win over Phillies, by Bill Pruden
- August 29, 2018: Christian Yelich completes first career cycle with six hits, by Mike Huber
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 Negro Leagues Task Force issues recommendations on major-league status
- SABR announces 2021 Henry Chadwick Award recipients
- Register now for the virtual SABR Ivor-Campbell 19th Century Conference in April
- SABR 50 at 50: The Evolution of Baseball Analytics
- Watch a video replay of our SABR Day program with Bob Costas and Tim Mead
- SABR member Kazuo Sayama elected to Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame
- Call for papers: 2021 SABR/IWBC Women in Baseball Conference
- Call for papers: 2021 Brooklyn 19th Century Baseball Interdisciplinary Symposium
- Students, apply now for the 2021 SABR Women in Baseball Scholarship
- Read articles from the Fall 2020 Baseball Research Journal online
- New research resource: Preston D. Orem’s Baseball From the Newspaper Accounts (1882-1891)
- SABR welcomes new Baseball Necrology chartered community
- In Memoriam: Henry Aaron
- Call for papers: Turnstyle: The SABR Journal of Baseball Arts
- ‘Lost’ no-hitter by Cleveland’s Pete Dowling in 1901 now recognized as first in American League history
- Take a tour of the newly redesigned SABR.org website
- 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: https://sabr.org/content/this-week-in-sabr-archives.
You can find contact information for any SABR member in the online Membership Directory.
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|Tom Brune||Takoma Park, MD||Terry Metter||Cleveland, OH|
|Matt Chan||Pasadena, CA||Jay Minielly||London, ON|
|Bruce Coleman||Madison, MS||Barry Newman||East Meadow, NY|
|Chris Cothern||Fayetteville, AR||Don Nichols||Irvine, CA|
|Sean Denby||St. Augustine, FL||Richard Pearson||Moultrie, GA|
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|William Flanders||Cudhay, WI||Vincent Ramirez||Chicago, IL|
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|David Harrill||Morris, IL||John Rumler||Portland, OR|
|Steven Haugh||Seattle, WA||Paul Trudeau||Pawtucket, RI|
|Ryan Isaac||Carlsbad, CA||Neal Wilson||Williamstown, WV|
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Here are the new research committee updates this week:
- Baseball Cards: Doug McWilliams wins 2021 SABR Jefferson Burdick Award
Find all SABR research committee newsletters at SABR.org/research/committees.
Here are the new regional chapter and chartered community updates this week:
- Baltimore Babe Ruth Chapter: Winter 2021 newsletter (Baltimore, MD)
- Boston Chapter: Read a new “Dispatches From the Mudville Bureau,” by Joanne Hulbert (Boston, MA)
- Connie Mack Chapter: Check out the new Philadelphia chapter website at phillysabr.com (Philadelphia, PA)
- Halsey Hall Chapter: March 2021 newsletter (Minneapolis, MN)
- Ted Williams Chapter: San Diego SABR chapter welcomes Joseph P. Murphy Jr. Baseball Autograph Collection to library research center
Visit SABR.org/chapters for more information on SABR regional chapters.
Here are some recent articles published by and about SABR members:
- Sean Forman: Sports Reference Purchases the Databases of Pete Palmer, Ken Pullis, and Gary Gillette (Sports-Reference.com)
- Emma Baccellieri: Baseball Is Returning With a New Sense of ‘Normal’ (Sports Illustrated)
- Chris Lamb: The white media missed the significance of Jackie Robinson (The Undefeated)
- David Sabino: Every Pro Team’s Jackie Robinson (The Undefeated)
- Neil Paine/Anna Wiederkehr/Jay Boice: The Negro League Stars That MLB Kept Out — And Is Finally Recognizing (FiveThirtyEight)
- Jayson Stark: How Fernando Tatis Jr. can become the ‘face of baseball’ playing in San Diego (The Athletic)
- Patrick Dubuque: MLB Has a Kevin Mather Problem (Baseball Prospectus)
- Rob Arthur: The 2020 Baseball Was Weirder Than We Thought (Baseball Prospectus)
- Gary Ashwill: The story of baseball’s forgotten Willie Mays, a pro player in SF — but never for the Giants (San Francisco Chronicle)
- Vahe Gregorian: Museum’s ‘Negro Leagues 101’ curriculum reflects resilient past as it looks to future (Kansas City Star)
- Phil Rosenthal: Mary Shane: Pioneer broadcast Chicago White Sox games in 1977 (Chicago Tribune)
- Anne R. Keene: pro baseball players, who witnessed flag-raising at Iwo Jima, were shaped by their service (Marine Corps Times)
- Larry Tye: It’ll take Tom Brady another 15 years to catch up to Satchel Paige (The Undefeated)
- Matt Monagan: When peak Hank Aaron faced the ageless Satchel Paige (MLB.com)
- Jay Jaffe: What to Make of Carlos Correa (FanGraphs)
- Sydney Bergman: In Praise of the One-Pitch Pitcher (Baseball Prospectus)
- C. Trent Rosecrans/Eno Sarris: Reinventing Joey Votto: How benching led him to trade command of zone for power (The Athletic)
- Cody Stavenhagen: Golden boy? Pariah? This is what makes A.J. Hinch tick (The Athletic)
- Frederic J. Frommer: ‘Baseball Bugs’ at 75: How a Looney Tunes classic left its mark on America’s pastime (Washington Post)
- Tom Shieber: The Federal League in Film – Part I: Jim Bluejacket in “The Stolen Voice” (Baseball Researcher)
- Rob Mains: The Year Blake Treinen was 19-2 (Baseball Prospectus)
- Howard Megdal: Dominic Smith Is Worth The Gamble (Baseball Prospectus)
- David Laurila: Manager’s View: Is the Ability To Hit With Two Strikes an Undervalued Asset in Today’s Game? (FanGraphs)
- Grant Brisbee: Meanies, Beer Bellies, Big City Boys: The MLB team names that almost were (The Athletic)
- Tom Ruane: A Retro-review of the 1901 MLB season (Retrosheet)
- Coop Daley: Breaking Barriers, Crossing Oceans: The History of Black Ballplayers in Japan (JapanBall.com)
- Marc Thompson: A look back at life for Negro League baseball players (ABC-15/KNXV)
- Abigail Rubel: Mohawk Giants brought Hall of Fame-level talent to Schenectady (Albany Times-Union)
- Jake Rill: Mule Suttles a quiet Negro Leagues legend (MLB.com)
- Davy Andrews/Daniel R. Epstein/Renee Andrews/Roger Cormier: Too Far From Town: Kane County Cougars (Baseball Prospectus)
- Christopher Bair: Interview with Ted Knorr on Negro Leagues great Rap Dixon (Bair Necessity Live)
- Nick Vossbrink: Art Market (SABR Baseball Cards Blog)
- Randy S. Robbins: Hollywood Stars Were in the Cards: Part 2 (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: February 26, 2021. Last Updated: February 26, 2021.