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 July 20, 2018:
One of SABR’s newest research initiatives, the SABR Games Project, has reached a milestone with the publication of its 1,000th article this week.
The newest batch of SABR Games Project stories includes notable and memorable games from all eras of baseball history. Our recent articles include stories about:
- July 1, 2016: Canada Day Classic: Cleveland captures 14th consecutive win in 19-inning marathon, by Mark Sternman
- October 11, 2000: The New York Mets begin their run to a National League pennant, by Thomas J. Brown Jr.
- June 11, 1990: Rangers’ Nolan Ryan fires his sixth career no-hitter, by Gregory H. Wolf
- August 25, 1985: Mets’ Dwight Gooden becomes youngest 20-game winner, by Thomas J. Brown Jr.
- August 13, 1979: Lou Brock collects his 3,000th hit, by Joseph Wancho
- June 4, 1974: 10-cent beer riot at Cleveland Stadium leads to forfeit, by Frederick “Rick” Bush
- June 8, 1961: Milwaukee Braves belt a record four consecutive home runs in one innings, by Bob Wood
- July 13, 1943: Depleted AL stars win first night All-Star Game in Philadelphia, by Lyle Spatz
- June 10, 1920: ‘Sweet sandwiches, how it hailed’: Yankees win wild, wet game in Detroit, by Chad Osborne
Formed in 2014 and now headed up by Mike Huber, Steven C. Weiner, Len Levin, and Bruce Slutsky, the SABR Games Project is an initiative to research, write, and publish accounts of major-league regular season, postseason, and All-Star Games, along with other games of historical significance such as in the Negro Leagues, minor leagues, or international or exhibition contests. These game accounts complement Retrosheet and Baseball-Reference box scores, as well as SABR BioProject essays on the players involved.
These accounts often draw on quotes from participants, newspaper articles, or other sources to “put the reader in the game.” Accounts cover the range of significance, such as Jackie Robinson’s MLB debut, the Cincinnati Red Stockings’ first defeat in 1870, Al Capone’s visit to Comiskey Park, or Tippy Martinez picking off three baserunners in one inning. We also have stories on significant achievements such as four home run games, no-hitters, pennant clinchers, and 3,000th hits.
Members of the SABR Games Project have produced several themed books with collections of articles on greatest games, including Inventing Baseball: The 100 Greatest Games of the 19th Century, edited by Bill Felber; Au jeu/Play Ball: The 50 Greatest Games in the History of the Montreal Expos, edited by Norm King; and our latest publication, Cincinnati’s Crosley Field: A Gem in the Queen City, edited by Gregory H. Wolf. SABR members can download the e-book editions for free at SABR.org/ebooks or buy paperback editions at a 50% discount from the SABR Store. You can also read many of these articles online by browsing through the Books Project menu at SABR.org/gamesproject.
It’s easy to get involved. Any SABR member is eliglble to write for the Games Project. If you’d like to help contribute, find out how by reading the Games Project FAQs or checking out the Authors’ Guidelines.
From Curt Smith on the Pirates’ illustrious broadcasting history to Callie Batts Maddox’s Doug Pappas Award-winning talk on the overwhelming popularity of women’s collegiate baseball in Ohio, we had an all-star lineup of research presentations at SABR 48 in Pittsburgh.
We learned about the “humidor effect” in baseball from Alan Nathan, Pirates pioneer Carlos Bernier from Thomas E. Van Hyning, the major leagues’ westward expansion from Andy McCue and Rob Garratt, Rawlings Gold Glove Awards in the sabermetric age from Chris Dial, and Pittsburgh-born artist Andy Warhol’s baseball art from Paul Ember.
You can listen to audio highlights from these SABR 48 research presentations and view PowerPoint slides (where available) by clicking on the link below:
For complete coverage of SABR 48, click here.
From the Nineteenth Century to modern Statistical Analysis, SABR’s nearly three dozen research committees reflect the diverse interests of our membership, and the committees’ annual meetings at this summer’s SABR 48 convention in Pittsburgh also had a variety of interesting guest speakers.
Our committee meeting speakers at SABR 48 included physics professor and expert Alan Nathan at the Science and Baseball Committee meeting, where he spoke about the recent MLB report on the surge in home runs around the game. At the Statistical Analysis Committee meeting, Sean Forman of Baseball-Reference.com explained how their site calculates Wins Above Replacement (WAR).
Other committee speakers included: former major-league pitcher and author Dick Bosman (Business of Baseball); Pittsburgh Pirates official scorers Bob Webb and Evan Pattak (Official Scoring); National Baseball Hall of Fame Library senior curator Tom Shieber (Baseball Cards); screenwriter Mary Darling (Black Sox Scandal); authors Anne Keene (Oral History), Dennis and Jeanne Burke DeValeria (Deadball Era), and Herm Krabbenhoft (Baseball Records); Cuban tour operator Clem Axel Paredes (Negro Leagues); and SABR founding member Tom Hufford (Oral History).
Couldn’t make it to Pittsburgh for SABR 48? Check out more stories, photos, and multimedia clips from the SABR 48 convention, held June 20-24, 2018, at the Wyndham Grand Downtown Pittsburgh, at SABR.org/convention.
You can find stories, photos, and multimedia clips from SABR 48 in Pittsburgh, including our panels on the lives and legacies of Pittsburgh Pirates great Roberto Clemente, pioneering sports writer Wendell Smith, and Hall of Fame executive Branch Rickey; the 1979 Pirates Player Panel with John Candelaria and Grant Jackson, the Media Panel with Pirates broadcasters Steve Blass, Lanny Frattare, Greg Brown, and Joe Block; the SABR 48 Ballpark Session at PNC Park, and much more.
Since 2009, The National Pastime has served as SABR’s convention-focused publication. Published annually, this research journal provides in-depth articles focused on the respective geographic region where the national convention is taking place in a given year. All SABR members receive a free e-book copy of The National Pastime as part of their membership benefits, while attendees of the national convention also receive a souvenir print edition in their goody bags.
Click a link below to download the e-book edition of the 2018 convention journal, The National Pastime: Steel City Stories.
- Kindle/MOBI: To download the MOBI/Kindle version of The National Pastime: Steel City Stories, click here (6.6 MB)
- EPUB: To download the EPUB file — for use on iBooks, iPads, Nook or Sony Reader — of The National Pastime: Steel City Stories, click here (3.1 MB)
- PDF: To download a PDF version of The National Pastime: Steel City Stories, click here (2.2 MB)
- Paperback: To purchase a copy of The National Pastime print edition from Amazon.com, click here.
Please note: All articles from The National Pastime: Steel City Stories will be available to read online at SABR.org soon.
If you weren’t able to attend the convention in Pittsburgh, please enjoy this issue of The National Pastime as your virtual trip to the Steel City. Happy reading!
To learn more about contributing to a future SABR publication, click here.
— Cecilia M. Tan, Publications Director
Join us for the SABR Cleveland 19th Century Baseball Interdisciplinary Symposium, which will take place on Saturday, November 10, 2018, from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. at the majestic Main Branch of the Cleveland Public Library in the heart of downtown Cleveland.
- Register now: Click here to download a registration form and detailed schedule (PDF)
- Cost: $50 per person. Open to all SABR members and up to three guests are welcome.
- Payment: Please make check or M.O. (U.S. dollars) payable to: “SABR.” On memo line of check, please, print: “Cleve. 19cBB Symposium.” Send check and completed registration form before November 1, 2018 to Peter Mancuso, 6970 Ely Road, New Hope, PA 18938.
- Questions: E-mail Peter Mancuso at email@example.com for more information.
The day-long Saturday symposium will be devoted to 19th-century baseball as it was played and evolved in Cleveland and its greater region of northeastern Ohio. A keynote luncheon address of interdisciplinary history by David Goldberg, Professor of History at Cleveland State University, will provide a look at late 19th-century Cleveland with a particular understanding of one of that city’s most important and powerful forces, its transportation system. In addition to the on-site luncheon, there will be both an early morning and mid-afternoon coffee and refreshments service.
Other speakers are expected to include John Thorn, MLB’s Official Historian; John Skrtic, Director of Public Services, CPL; Jeremy Feador, Cleveland Indians, Historian & Curator; and four SABR researchers and authors with specific focus on elements of 19th-century Cleveland area baseball: David Fleitz, Joseph Wancho, Ken Krsolovic, and Bryan Fritz. Click here to download a complete schedule (PDF).
We hope to see you there!
Add this new book from the SABR Digital Library to your collection, on one of baseball’s classic crown jewels:
Cincinnati’s Crosley Field: A Gem in the Queen City
Edited by Gregory H. Wolf
Associate Editors: Len Levin, Bill Nowlin, and Carl Riechers
ISBN (paperback): 978-1-943816-75-0, $19.95
ISBN (e-book): 978-1-943816-74-3, $9.99
311 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
SABR members, get this e-book for FREE!
- E-book: Click here to download the e-book version of Cincinnati’s Crosley Field for FREE from the SABR Store. Available in PDF, Kindle/MOBI and EPUB formats.
- Paperback: Get a 50% discount on the Cincinnati’s Crosley Field paperback edition from the SABR Store ($15.99 includes shipping/tax; delivery via Createspace can take up to 4-6 weeks. For quicker delivery, please order at Amazon.com.)
SABR members will get discounted rates for all Digital Library publications, including e-book editions for free. Visit SABR.org/ebooks for a list of all titles.
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.
A special new publication produced by SABR’s Deadball Era Research Committee vividly brings back the exploits of Ty Cobb, Christy Mathewson, Home Run Baker, and Babe Ruth to life with more than 250 rare photos:
The World Series in the Deadball Era: A History in the Words and Pictures of the Writers and Photographers
Edited by Steve Steinberg
Foreword by Dr. Charles Alexander
Published by St. Johann Press
ISBN (hardcover): 978-1-9379-4345-5, $45.00
306 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
This book is available for purchase from Amazon.com, your local bookstore, or directly from the publisher at St. Johann Press.
Buy the book:
- Amazon.com: Purchase the hardcover edition on Amazon.com
- St. Johann Press: Purchase the book from the publisher at StJohannPress.com
SABR’s Women in Baseball Committee will award one $500 scholarship to a high school senior in its inaugural Women in Baseball Essay Contest in 2018.
Students must write an essay of 1,500 words or less addressing the following question: “Choose one person or event in women’s baseball history that you believe has made a significant impact on the game and explain the importance.”
All applications must be e-mailed or postmarked by August 13, 2018, and sent to Dr. Leslie Heaphy at Lheaphy@kent.edu.
Seven new biographies were posted this week as part of the SABR Baseball Biography Project, which brings us to a total of 4,592 published biographies. Here are the new bios published this week:
- Casey Blake, by Don Doxsie
- Jim Fuller, by Joseph Zanino
- Charlie Hughes, by Rich Bogovich
- Dick Mills, by Bill Nowlin
- Tony Muser, by Bill Nowlin
- Lou Schettler, by Chris Rainey
- Roger Wolff, by Cort Vitty
All new biographies can be found here: SABR.org/bioproj/recent
- Search for any SABR biography: You can now visit sabr.org/bioproj_search to search for any player — or manager, executive, scout, spouse, broadcaster, or umpire — who appears in the SABR BioProject. You can also browse all of these BioProject categories and a lot more, including 300-game winners, Hall of Famers, 1960s All-Stars, or Negro Leaguers, at our Browse page: sabr.org/bioproj/browse.
- Read bios from SABR’s No-Hitters book: In SABR’s No-Hitters, edited by Bill Nowlin and published in 2017, we focused on pitchers who threw no-hitters and the no-hitters they threw. Naturally, we couldn’t present biographies of everyone who ever threw a no-hitter nor could we present Games Project accounts of all of them. From around 300 no-hitters thrown in the majors (out of over 213,000 games), we have selected 59 no-hitters to include, along with the biographies of the men who threw them. All of the biographies — from Hall of Famers such as Bob Feller, Sandy Koufax, and Randy Johnson to more obscure pitchers such as Larry Corcoran, Charlie Robertson, and Dallas Braden — that appeared in No-Hitters can now be read online at the SABR BioProject. More game summaries from the No-Hitters book will be posted at the SABR Games Project soon. You can also download the No-Hitters e-book for free or purchase the paperback edition at 50% off by clicking here.
Four new game stories were posted this week as part of the SABR Games Project. Here are the new game stories:
- October 11, 2000: Mets’ pitching powers them to win in NLCS opener vs. Cardinals, by Thomas J. Brown Jr.
- October 12, 2000: Ninth-inning rally leads Mets to win in NLCS Game 2, by Thomas J. Brown Jr.
- October 14, 2000: Andy Benes, Cardinals shut down Mets in Game 3, by Thomas J. Brown Jr.
- October 15, 2000: Mets close in on NL pennant with win in Game 4, by Thomas J. Brown Jr.
If you have any questions about the Games Project, please contact Mike Huber. To request an assignment, please contact Steven C. Weiner. After the article has been completed in accordance with our Authors’ Guidelines, please submit it to Len Levin, who will initiate the editing process and get your story started toward publication.
- 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.
- Read all articles from SABR book on greatest games at Milwaukee’s County Stadium: In SABR’s From the Braves to the Brewers: Great Games and Exciting History at Milwaukee’s County Stadium, edited by Gregory H. Wolf and published in 2016, we told the stories of memorable moments from the heart of the Badger State. All of the stories that appeared in this book are now available to be read online at the SABR Games Project by clicking here.
Behind the Numbers: Baseball SABR Style on SiriusXM, a radio show hosted by SABR President Vince Gennaro, is back for the 2018 season at its regular time: 7:00-8:00 p.m. ET on Sundays, on MLB Network Radio.
This week’s guests are Dan Syzmborski of FanGraphs and Jason Hanselman of the Process Report.
You can listen to archives of recent episodes on-demand on the SiriusXM Internet Radio App. Click here to learn more.
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.
SABR member Kit Krieger of Cubaball Tours is pleased to announce that the 19th annual baseball tour of Cuba will be conducted from September 23-30, 2018.
Highlights of the tour include five games of the 58th National Series in five different ballparks; meetings with current and veteran players, including Luis Zayas, the last surviving member of the fabled Havana Sugar Kings living in Cuba, and Sigfredo Barros, the baseball beat writer for Granma, the national newspaper of Cuba; a visit to the monuments erected in Colon Cemetery, including the gravesites of Adolfo Luque and Hall of Famer Jose Mendez Caridad; seminars on contemporary Cuba, including US-Cuban relations, and more.
The tour, which is limited to 25 people, is licensed by the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Asset Control and complies with US requirements for travel to Cuba. Click here for complete details.
Contact Kit Krieger (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register.
- Related link: Donald Plavnick: My experience on the Cubaball Tour
Minutes from the Board of Directors meetings from the SABR 48 convention in Pittsburgh have now been posted on the SABR website.
You can view all past minutes of SABR Board meetings by going to the page below:
Or you can go to the Members’ Info page and click on “Org. files”, then “Board Minutes” to view the minutes.
We’ve heard your feedback: Some of you have said you look forward to “This Week in SABR” every Friday, but sometimes there are just too many compelling articles and announcements to read every week. We’re not complaining — hey, keep up the great work! — but we know the feeling. So in an effort to make the length of this newsletter more manageable to read, we’ll summarize some of the repeating/recurring announcements in a special “In Case You Missed It (ICYMI)” section of “This Week in SABR”.
Here are some major headlines from recent weeks that we don’t want you to miss:
- SABR still accepting applications for Chief Executive Officer position
- SABR 48: Larry McCray selected as Bob Davids Award recipient
- SABR 48: Maddox, Firstman win 2018 convention presentation awards
- SABR 48: Dummy Hoy selected as Overlooked 19th Century Baseball Legend for 2018
- SABR 48: ‘Four Strangers’ upset powerhouse team of ex-champs in Trivia Contest; Massey wins third title
- Perry Barber receives 2018 Dorothy Seymour Mills Lifetime Achievement Award
- SABR member Bill Humber inducted into Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame
- Read all articles from the Spring 2018 Baseball Research Journal online
- New SABR Oral History Collection website is now available
- Granberg named 2018 Collegiate Baseball Player of Year by SABR Dallas-Fort Worth chapter
- Maine student wins 2018 Lee Allen History of Baseball Award
- Seeking nominations for 2019 Russell Gabay Award for New Jersey baseball research
- 2018 SABR Annual Report has been posted online
- SABR Digital Library: Major League Baseball A Mile High: The First Quarter Century of the Colorado Rockies
- Check out new articles at the SABR Games and Simulations Committee website
- Heaphy, Lebowitz re-elected to Board; Armour elected as SABR Director
- Check out highlights and photos from the 2018 SABR Analytics Conference
- Check out new articles from the SABR Team Ownership Histories Project
- Listen to a new episode from the SABR Media Committee’s Baseball Buffet podcast
- Save the date! 2018 SABR Cleveland 19th Century Baseball Interdisciplinary Symposium
- Get a gift for baseball fan in your life with the new SABR Store @ CafePress
- Educators, sign up your class for a discounted SABR Student Group Affiliate Membership
- Help support SABR’s 19th Century Baseball Grave Marker Project
- All e-books in SABR Digital Library available for free to members
All previous editions of This Week in SABR can be found here: /content/this-week-in-sabr-archives.
You can find contact information for any SABR member in the online membership directory (SABR.org/directory).
|Phil Bohne||Alexandria, VA||Michael Franklin||St. Petersburg, FL|
|Robert Carey||Chesapeake, VA||Michael Goldstein||Ft. Lauderdale, FL|
|Geoffrey Cochran||Bloomington, IN||Tyler Grosse||Bayport, NY|
|Peter Cosovich||Newark, CA||Scott Jarrett||Austin, TX|
|Tristan DeCoster||Seattle, WA||Giuseppe Mottillo||Blewitt Springs, AUS|
|Richard Duncan||Dayton, OH||Lou Spirito||Signal Hill, CA|
|Rick Emerson||Eden Prairie, MN||Doug Wedge||Edmond, OK|
|Jerry Fortuna||Evington, VA||Fred Wendler||Plymouth Mtg, PA|
Here are the new research committee updates this week:
- Games Project: For more updates from the SABR Games Project, check out the committee’s revived page on Facebook. “Like” our page and contribute to the discussion at Facebook.com/SABRGames.
Find all SABR research committee newsletters at SABR.org/research.
Here are the new regional chapter updates this week:
- Connecticut Smoky Joe Wood Chapter: July 2018 newsletter (Hartford, CT)
- Goose Goslin Chapter: July 15 meeting recap (Cherry Hill, NJ)
Visit SABR.org/chapters for more information on SABR regional chapters.
Here is a list of upcoming events on the SABR calendar:
- July 20: Rob Fitts/Yuriko Romer: “Inside U.S.-Japan Baseball: Stories From the Dugout” (Washington, DC)
- July 21: Rogers Hornsby Chapter baseball watch party (Austin, TX)
- July 21: Halsey Hall Chapter Northwoods League outing (Willmar, MN)
- July 21: Babe Ruth Chapter: SABR Day at the Baysox (Bowie, MD)
- July 21: Elysian Fields Chapter meeting (Little Falls, NJ)
- July 21: Emil Rothe Chicago Chapter ballgame/meeting (Geneva, IL)
- July 21: Orlando Cepeda Chapter: A Conversation with Jose Cruz (Guaynabo, PRI)
- July 22: Baseball Reliquary: Shrine of the Eternals induction ceremony (Pasadena, CA)
- July 23: Halsey Hall Chapter research committee meeting (Edina, MN)
- July 23: “Baseball’s Long and Winding Road to the Rockies” (Denver, CO)
- July 23: Bob Broeg St. Louis Chapter monthly meeting (St. Louis, MO)
- July 24: Jerry Amernic: “Babe Ruth: A Superstar’s Legacy” book signing (Baltimore, MD)
- July 25: Magnolia Chapter “Fourth Wednesday” meeting (Tucker, GA)
- July 26: Juan Marichal Chapter monthly meeting (Santo Domingo, DOM)
- July 28: Connecticut Smoky Joe Wood Chapter Strat-O-Matic Gameday event (Hartford, CT)
- July 28: Schott-Pelican Chapter summer meeting (New Orleans, LA)
- July 28: Rice-Russell Nashville Chapter meeting (Nashville, TN)
- July 28: Kekionga Chapter meeting (Fort Wayne, IN)
- July 29: Cliff Kachline Chapter Induction Day meeting (Cooperstown, NY)
- July 29: Gregory H. Wolf: Sportsman’s Park in St. Louis book signing (St. Louis, MO)
- August 1: Bob Broeg St. Louis Chapter “First Wednesday” meeting (St. Louis, MO)
- August 1: Jerry Amernic: “Babe Ruth: A Superstar’s Legacy” book signing (Cleveland, OH)
All SABR meetings and events are open to the public. Feel free to bring a baseball-loving friend … and make many new ones! Check out the SABR Events Calendar at SABR.org/events.
Here are some recent articles published by and about SABR members:
- Bill Pennington: Now in living color: Ted Williams’ last game (New York Times)
- Joe Posnanski: How do you sum up the greatest hitter who ever lived? (The Athletic)
- Anne Keene: 75 years ago, when Ted met Babe at Fenway military stars game (Boston Sports Extra)
- Dante Chinni/Sally Bronston: All-Star Game returns to a changed Washington (NBC News)
- Lindsey Adler: ‘Pitching Ninja’ gives fans, and MLB pitchers, more insight into the game (The Athletic)
- Jayson Stark: As baseball celebrates its best at All-Star Game, labor issues loom (The Athletic)
- Grant Brisbee: Washington baseball finally has hope, with or without Bryce Harper (SB Nation)
- John Thorn: Remembering the original Washington Nationals, who date to 1859 (Our Game)
- Chris Boghossian: Chicago ties run deep in original ‘Home Run Derby’ (Chicago Tribune)
- Meg Rowley: On Shin-Soo Choo’s on-base streak and the charity of a hit (FanGraphs)
- Jay Jaffe: Betts, Ramirez, Trout, and the blistering pace (FanGraphs)
- Alex Remington: How’d he get in and I didn’t? Undeserving All-Star snubs (The Hardball Times)
- Jeff Sullivan: How well do good relievers hold up? (FanGraphs)
- Don Malcolm: Year 20 is a dangling sweet spot for Baseball Reliquary (The Hardball Times)
- Russell Carleton: Writing about relationships in baseball (Baseball Prospectus)
- Rob Mains: A walk-off hazard? (Baseball Prospectus)
- John McMurray: Crackerjack lineup of baseball memorabilia drives home game’s essence (Smithsonian Magazine)
- Matthew Trueblood: The Boricua Bonanza in baseball (Baseball Prospectus)
- Brian Watt/Nina Thorsen: How an Oakland Oaks baseball player broke barriers (KQED)
- Gary Cieradkowski: Stan Musial, the sailor man (Studio Gary C)
- Britni de la Cretaz: Meet the women using MLB’s platform for activism (Shondaland)
- Chapel Fowler: Fred Caligiuri, oldest living MLB player at 99, has a great story to tell (Charlotte Observer)
- Ernie Bertothy: Naugatuck scrimmage against women’s team goes beyond baseball (Citizen’s News)
- Mike Bates/Bill Parker: This Week in Baseball History podcast: Home runs get derbied (This Week in Baseball History podcast)
- Warren Rogan: Sports’ Forgotten Heroes: Kiki Cuyler (Sports’ Forgotten Heroes)
- Jeff Katz: Dealing From the Bottom (SABR Baseball Cards Blog)
- Don Zminda: Back Story: 1956 Topps Baseball (SABR Baseball Cards Blog)
Read these articles and more at SABR.org/latest.
This Week in SABR is compiled by Jacob Pomrenke. If you would like us to include an upcoming event, article or any other information in “This Week in SABR,” e-mail email@example.com.
Have trouble reading this e-mail? Click here to view this week’s newsletter on the web.
Are you receiving our e-mails? “This Week in SABR” goes out by e-mail to all members on Friday afternoons. If they’re not showing up, try adding “firstname.lastname@example.org” to your contact list to ensure they show up in your inbox (and not the spam folder.)
Originally published: July 20, 2018. Last Updated: April 3, 2020.