Welcome to “This Week in SABR!” Click here to view this week’s newsletter on the web. Please note: The SABR office will be closed for Thanksgiving on November 22-23. Here’s what we’ve been up to as of November 21, 2018:
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SABR and Baseball Info Solutions are excited to announce the call for presentations for the eighth annual SABR Analytics Conference, scheduled for Friday, March 8 to Sunday, March 10, 2019, at the Hyatt Phoenix Downtown.
Abstracts of proposed research presentations should be no more than 500 words in length, and must include the abstract’s title, review of previous work on the subject, a summary of the research methodology and anticipated results, and the expected contribution to the field of baseball analytics offered by this work. Please send all abstracts to this e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. The submission deadline for 2019 SABR Analytics Conference presentation abstracts is 11:59 p.m. MST, Friday, December 14, 2018.
To register for the conference, or for more information, visit SABR.org/analytics.
This has been another outstanding year for SABR, with an entertaining, informative SABR 48 convention in Pittsburgh and a special day at the ballpark at PNC Park, innovative research and publishing projects, and outstanding involvement from volunteers. Your year-end charitable gift will help us close out 2018 and enable us to make 2019 even more successful.
Please help us reach this year’s giving goal! As a 501(c)3 organization, tax-deductible donations allow SABR to expand member opportunities and to become an even larger voice in the baseball community. Many members have already become donors, and you can join them right now by making your gift online at SABR.org/donate. By doing so you help SABR fulfill its mission and increase the impact of our baseball analysis and historical study.
All of us at SABR appreciate your support of our great organization and the game we love. If you have questions regarding your gift, feel free to e-mail SABR CEO Scott Bush at email@example.com.
Periodically throughout the year, SABR.org publishes The SABR Bookshelf, a listing of new books that are received at the SABR office. Here are the SABR Bookshelf listings for Fall 2018:
Click on the link above for more detailed information on each of these books:
- Met-rospectives: A Collection of the Greatest Games in New York Mets History, edited by Brian Wright and Bill Nowlin
- The Big Fella: Babe Ruth and the World He Created, by Jane Leavy
- Power Ball: Anatomy of a Modern Baseball Game, by Rob Neyer
- Now Taking the Field: Baseball’s All-Time Dream Teams for All 30 Franchises, by Thomas Stone
- Young John McGraw Of Truxton, by Tony Kissel
- New York Yankees Openers, by Lyle Spatz
- Manager of Giants: The Tactics, Temper, and True Record of John McGraw, by Lou Hernandez
- Baseball and American Culture: A History, by John P. Rossi
- Game Faces: Early Baseball Cards from the Library of Congress, by Peter Devereaux
- Baseball Goes West: The Dodgers, the Giants, and the Shaping of the Major Leagues, by Lincoln A. Mitchell
- Insight Pitch: My Life as a Major League Closer, by Skip Lockwood
- An October to Remember 1968: The Tigers-Cardinals World Series as Told by the Men Who Played in It, by Brendan Donley
- Ballpark 2 Ballpark: Journey Through the Minor Leagues, by John and Vicki Hoppin
- Cuba and the “Last” Baseball Season, by José I. Ramirez
- The Run Don’t Count: The Life and Times of Frank Chance and His 1908 Chicago Cubs, by Herb Gould
- Four Decades of Seattle Mariner Baseball, by Shawn Eckhart
- Hardball Retroactive, by Derek Bain
- Principle of the Curve, Second Inning, by Anika Orrock
- Baseball Hall of Fame Autographs: A Reference Guide, Second Edition, by Ron Keurajian
- Phinally! The Phillies, the Royals and the 1980 Baseball Season That Almost Wasn’t, by J. Daniel
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.
To view previous listings in The SABR Bookshelf, click here.
The full 2019 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot was released this week, and you can find all published SABR biographies of 2019 HOF candidates (including Today’s Game Era finalists) at the SABR BioProject. Visit the link below to read bios on Hall of Fame candidates Edgar Martinez, Roy Halladay, Mike Mussina, Todd Helton, and more:
As part of our BioProject Hall of Fame Ballot initiative, we are still seeking authors for the following players: Mariano Rivera, Andy Pettitte, Lance Berkman, and others. Ideally, we would like to have the bios written, edited, and fact-checked by January 2019 so we can post them on the BioProject website and on social media before the election announcements. Please contact Emily Hawks at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in writing about one of these players.
Find more SABR biographies at SABR.org/BioProject.
Join us for the eighth annual SABR Analytics Conference on Friday, March 8 to Sunday, March 10, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency Phoenix, where 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. All baseball fans are welcome to attend. The early-bird registration discount ends on Monday, January 14, 2019, so register today to join us!
The Analytics Conference schedule consists of a combination of Guest Speakers, Panels, and Research Presentations — plus the unique Diamond Dollars Case Competition, in which undergraduate, graduate and law school students from across the country analyze and present a real baseball operations decision.
- Registration: Click here to register for the 2019 SABR Analytics Conference; the early-bird registration discount ends on January 14, 2019. See below for more details.
- Hotel: Click here to book your room at the Hyatt Regency Phoenix at the special SABR rate of $229/night (plus tax)
- Diamond Dollars Case Competition: Learn more or apply now to participate in the 2019 Diamond Dollars Case Competition.
- Yoseloff Scholarship: Click here to apply for a Yoseloff Scholarship to attend the 2019 SABR Analytics Conference.
- Research Awards: We’re seeking nominations for the 2019 SABR Analytics Conference Research Awards.
- Research presentations: Click here to submit a presentation abstract for the 2019 SABR Analytics Conference. Deadline: December 14, 2018.
For more information on the 2019 SABR Analytics Conference, visit SABR.org/analytics.
With generous funding from The Anthony A. Yoseloff Foundation, Inc., SABR will award up to four scholarships to high school and college students who wish to attend the 2019 SABR Analytics Conference. This scholarship will pay for registration, air transportation and lodging up to a total value of $1,250.
All applications must be postmarked or e-mailed to Leslie Heaphy at Lheaphy@kent.edu no later than December 31, 2018.
The objective of this scholarship fund is to encourage student engagement with baseball analytics, and to engender an active interest in baseball research and SABR.
For those of you whose SABR memberships expire by December 31 — you can check your current membership status here — it’s time for you to renew!
From the Baseball Research Journal and the SABR Digital Library to “This Week in SABR” and our extensive list of research resources — and, of course, all the memorable conferences, chapter meetings, and events — we hope you enjoyed the many benefits of SABR membership this past year.
We hope you please continue your support by renewing your SABR membership today.
- Pay online: Click here to renew your SABR membership for 2019!
- Renew by mail: To pay by check or money order, mail this downloadable PDF form and your payment to the office at SABR, Cronkite School at ASU, 555 N. Central Ave. #416, Phoenix, AZ 85004.
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Dues are the same as they have been in recent years: $65 for one year or $175 for three years, with discounts available to anyone under 30 or over the age of 65. Please note: If you have had trouble logging in to the SABR website, please try resetting your password using this reset link. Then try logging in to renew at the link above.
Thank you for your support of SABR as we continue to strive to make SABR membership a great experience and a great value!
What are the best baseball analytics articles you’ve read in 2018?
The 2019 SABR Analytics Conference Research Awards recognize baseball researchers who have completed the best work of original analysis or commentary during the preceding calendar year. Click here to learn more or to submit a nomination.
Voting for the winners will be conducted online in January-February 2019 at SABR.org, BaseballProspectus.com, FanGraphs.com, HardballTimes.com and BeyondtheBoxScore.com, with results weighted equally at 20%. Results will be announced and presented at the eighth annual SABR Analytics Conference, March 8-10, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency Phoenix in Arizona.
The 10th annual SABR Day will be held Saturday, January 26, 2019. We’re starting to compile details now on 2019 SABR Day chapter meetings around the country. We’ll post them as soon as we get them at SABR.org/sabrday.
Regional SABR meetings are open to all baseball fans and are usually free to attend, so bring a friend! Guest speakers often include current and former baseball players, managers, umpires, executives, scouts, writers and authors.
- SABR Day meetings: Click here to access a spreadsheet with details on all upcoming 2019 SABR Day meetings
Check back soon at SABR.org/sabrday for more information on a SABR Day meeting close to you. Chapter leaders, please be sure to send any details on your SABR meeting to Jacob Pomrenke at email@example.com so we can update our SABR Day map.
For a complete recap of 2018 SABR Day activities, visit SABR.org/sabrday/2018.
Save the date! SABR will be returning to San Diego for our 49th national convention on June 26-30, 2019, at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in downtown San Diego, California. Registration information and our special hotel room block will be available at SABR.org/convention in early 2019. The Padres are scheduled to play at home against the St. Louis Cardinals that weekend.
The Manchester Grand Hyatt is conveniently located within walking distance from Petco Park; our host hotel, a frequent host of baseball’s Winter Meetings, features a spectacular waterfront resort-like setting with shopping, dining, and entertainment venues in abundance at the nearby Gaslamp Quarter. The San Diego Central Library’s Sullivan Family Baseball Research Center, just a few blocks away, is home to the spectacular SABR Collection curated by our host chapter, the San Diego Ted Williams Chapter.
For more information on the SABR convention, visit SABR.org/convention.
SABR member Herm Krabbenhoft’s record-revising research on the accuracy of baseball statistics is recognized throughout the research community for its thoroughness, reliability, and scrupulous attention to detail. Modern authorities, including the Elias Sports Bureau, the official keeper of MLB records, have often revised their statistics to incorporate the latest Krabbenhoft findings.
Recently, Herm responded to questions about his life and work posed by Bill Lamb, editor of the SABR Deadball Era Committee’s newsletter, The Inside Game. This article was originally published in the November 2018 edition of The Inside Game.
The guides attempt to provide a comprehensive record of key components of each school’s intercollegiate baseball program, including head coaches, win-loss records, postseason records, and alumni who have played in the major leagues, minor leagues, or Negro Leagues. A separate file exists for each school. Counting inactive programs, approximately 2,000 schools have fielded an intercollegiate baseball team since the first game between Williams and Amherst in 1859.
Teams currently available: Alabama A&M, Arizona Christian, Arkansas Baptist, Cosumnes River College, Grambling State, Westminster (MO), Yale
More teams will be added to the collection in the coming weeks. For more information, or to get involved with this project, please contact committee chair Karl Green.
It is with great pleasure that I announce the semiannual update to the Retrosheet.org website for Fall 2018. There are some new files and many others have been updated, including:
- 2018 event files are now available including all regular season and post-season games, along with the All-Star Game.
- Deduced games have been completed for 1937 and 1938. That means we now have available at least a deduced version of every play of every game for the past 82 seasons.
- Individual player pages and career totals have been updated as well, including biographical details, the latter thanks to Bill Carle of the SABR Biographical Research Committee.
- Tom Ruane has continued leading the way on the very demanding work of constructing Deadball Era box scores. We now display box score files back to 1906.
- Our list of Batting Out of Turn incidents (BOOT) has been expanded thanks to some new work by Rob Wood in unearthing details.
Thanks to all for your continued interest in Retrosheet. It is a delight to be able to make this material available!
— David W. Smith
Two new biographies were posted this week as part of the SABR Baseball Biography Project, which brings us to a total of 4,672 published biographies. Here are the new bios published this week:
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 all biographies from 20-Game Losers online: In 20-Game Losers (SABR, 2017), edited by Bill Nowlin and Emmet R. Nowlin, we told the stories of the pitchers who reached the ignomious milestone of 20 losses in a season — from Hall of Famers like Steve Carlton, Phil Niekro, and Old Hoss Radbourn to lesser-known hurlers like Mike Maroth, Brian Kingman, and Kaiser Wilhelm. All of the biographies that appeared in 20-Game Losers are now available to be read online at the SABR BioProject. To download the e-book edition of 20-Game Losers for free or get a 50% discount off the paperback edition, click here.
Six new game stories were posted this week as part of the SABR Games Project. Here are the new game stories:
- May 4, 1991: Chris James sets Indians single-game record with nine RBIs, by Joseph Wancho
- October 5, 2007: Midges invade Jacobs Field, attack Yankees’ Joba Chamberlain in ALDS, by Joseph Wancho
- October 29, 2014: Bumgarner’s heroics lift Giants to World Series win in Game 7, by Tony Valley
- October 5, 2016: Bumgarner, Gillaspie lead Giants to NL wild-card victory, by Tony Valley
- June 24, 2018: Dodgers set home run record at Citi Field in 11-inning win over Mets, by Laura H. Peebles
- August 10, 2018: Rome Braves win in 10th after a two-pitch complete inning, by Thomas J. Brown Jr.
In addition, these stories were also posted from Sportsman’s Park in St. Louis (SABR, 2017), edited by Gregory H. Wolf:
- May 2, 1954: Stan Musial sets major-league record with five home runs in doubleheader, by Russ Lake
- April 16, 1955: Cardinals outslugged by Cubs but finally win in 14th, by Russ Lake
- July 9, 1957: Stengel’s ‘replacements’ do well to give AL a win in All-Star Game, by Alan Cohen
- June 23, 1961: Stan Musial knocks in seven runs for Cardinals, by Tom Hawthorn
- September 14, 1961: Ken Boyer’s 11 total bases and 11th-inning homer drive Cards to defeat Cubs, by Mike Huber
To read more stories from the Sportsman’s Park book online at the SABR Games Project, click here.
- 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 stories from No-Hitters online: In No-Hitters (SABR, 2017), edited by Bill Nowlin, we told the stories of the pitchers who threw no-hitters and the no-hitters they threw. All of the game stories that appeared in No-Hitters are now available to be read online at the SABR Games Project. To download the e-book edition of No-Hitters for free or get a 50% discount off the paperback edition, click here.
Looking ahead to SABR’s 50th annual convention in 2020, we want to create a book which will contain Games Project writeups of each of the games SABR members have attended as part of the SABR convention experience.
You need not have been at the game to write about it for SABR’s 50th anniversary book. Our list includes all the major-league games and 18 minor-league games that were part of the SABR convention schedule that year.
If you are interested in contributing, please contact Bill Nowlin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a list of all upcoming SABR book projects, click here.
Behind the Numbers: Baseball SABR Style on SiriusXM, a radio show hosted by SABR President Vince Gennaro, is back for the Hot Stove League offseason at a new time, 4:00-5:00 p.m. ET on Sundays, on MLB Network Radio.
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.
- Seymour Medal, due 12/31/2018: The Dr. Harold and Dorothy Seymour Medal honors the best book of baseball history or biography published during the preceding calendar year. The award is presented during the Seymour Medal Banquet at the NINE Spring Training Conference every March. If you have a book to nominate with a 2018 publication date, contact Leslie Heaphy at Lheaphy@kent.edu by December 31, 2018.
- Larry Ritter Award, due 12/31/2018: Each year, SABR’s Deadball Era Committee presents the Larry Ritter Book Award to recognize the best new book primarily set in the Deadball Era that was published during the previous calendar year. The award is presented during the committee’s meeting at the annual SABR convention. If you have a book to nominate with a 2018 publication date, contact Doug Skipper at email@example.com by December 31, 2018.
- Ron Gabriel Award, due 12/31/2018: The Ron Gabriel Award annually honors the author(s) of the best research, published or unpublished, on the subject of the Brooklyn Dodgers completed during the preceding calendar year. To submit a nomination for the 2019 awards, please send a copy of your work to Gary Sarnoff at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 31, 2018.
- SABR Baseball Research Award, due 1/31/2019: The SABR Baseball Research Award (formerly the Sporting News-SABR Baseball Research Award) honors those whose outstanding research projects completed during the preceding calendar year have significantly expanded our knowledge or understanding of baseball. To submit a nomination for the 2019 awards, please contact Bill Felber at email@example.com.
- McFarland-SABR Baseball Research Award, due 2/15/2019: The McFarland-SABR Baseball Research Award honors the authors of the best articles on baseball history or biography completed or published during the preceding calendar year. To submit a nomination for the 2019 awards, please contact Len Levin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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 presents 2018 Rawlings Platinum Glove Awards to Matt Chapman, Nolan Arenado
- Scott Bush hired as SABR’s new Chief Executive Officer
- Check out highlights and photos from the 2018 SABR Arizona Fall League Experience
- Check out a photo gallery from the 2018 SABR Cleveland 19th Century Baseball Interdisciplinary Symposium
- SABR Digital Library: Met-rospectives: A Collection of the Greatest Games in New York Mets History
- SABR 19th Century Grave Marker Project dedicates new headstone for Bob Caruthers in Chicago
- Mark Liptak’s White Sox interviews added to SABR Oral History Collection
- 2019 SABR Black Sox Scandal symposium to be held in Chicago
- Check out photos and highlights from the 2018 Southern Negro League Baseball Conference in Birmingham
- SABR 48: Check out complete coverage from our 2018 convention in Pittsburgh
- Listen to a new episode from the SABR Media Committee’s Baseball Buffet podcast
- Read articles from The National Pastime: Steel City Stories online
- Read all articles from the Spring 2018 Baseball Research Journal online
- New SABR Oral History Collection website is now available
- Check out highlights and photos from the 2018 SABR Analytics Conference
- Check out new articles from the SABR Team Ownership Histories Project
- 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: https://sabr.org/content/this-week-in-sabr-archives.
You can find contact information for any SABR member in the online membership directory (SABR.org/directory).
|Gary Boetticher||Brenham, TX||Steven Klitzner||N. Miami Beach, FL|
|Daniel Calzada||Albuquerque, NM||Randy Krzmarzick||Sleepy Eye, MN|
|Michael Conches||Lyme, CT||John McLeod||Marysville, MI|
|Louis DeScioli||Porter, TX||Bryan Peabody||Louisville, KY|
|Christopher Eleazer||Clemson, SC||Steve Purgatorio||Lemont, IL|
|Michael Goodman||Fishkill, NY||Madelon Rosenfeld||New York, NY|
|Michael Jones||Richmond Hts, MO||Mark Tobin||London, ENG|
|James Jones||Camarillo, CA||Tova Wang||Washington, DC|
Here are the new research committee updates this week:
- Collegiate Baseball: Check out the new collection of SABR Collegiate Baseball Team Guides
- Minor Leagues: Click here for a list of Minor Leagues Committee members’ research interests and expertise. If you are interested in contributing to an existing project or have any questions about a specific subject, please feel free to get in touch.
- Official Scoring: November 2018 newsletter
Find all SABR research committee newsletters at SABR.org/research.
Here are the new regional chapter updates this week:
- Connie Mack Chapter: November 17 meeting recap (Philadelphia, PA)
- Halsey Hall Chapter: December 2018 newsletter (Minneapolis, MN)
- Quebec Chapter: November 10 meeting recap (Montreal, QC)
- Rogers Hornsby Chapter: November 12 meeting recap (Austin, TX)
Visit SABR.org/chapters for more information on SABR regional chapters.
Here is a list of upcoming events on the SABR calendar:
- November 21: Baltimore Babe Ruth Chapter monthly lunch meeting (Baltimore, MD)
- November 24: Lajoie-Start Southern New England Chapter fall meeting (Greenville, RI)
- November 28: Magnolia Chapter “Fourth Wednesday” meeting (Tucker, GA)
- November 28: Rocky Mountain Chapter monthly luncheon (Denver, CO)
- November 29: Seymour-Mills Chapter fall meeting (Naples, FL)
- December 1: Bob Davids Chapter: “Baseball Americana” exhibit special tour (Washington, DC)
- December 1: Ted Williams Chapter meeting (San Diego, CA)
- December 1: Halsey Hall Chapter book club meeting (Roseville, MN)
- December 3: Larry Dierker Chapter monthly meeting (Houston, TX)
- December 5: Baltimore Babe Ruth Chapter “Peeps at the Peeb” monthly meeting (Baltimore, MD)
- December 5: Lincoln Mitchell: “Baseball Goes West” book signing (San Francisco, CA)
- December 5: Johnny Tallant’s Hot Stove League meeting (Cumming, GA)
- December 15: Jane Leavy: “The Big Fella: Babe Ruth and the World He Created” (Baltimore, MD)
- December 15: Connie Mack Chapter Hot Stove meeting (Philadelphia, PA)
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:
- Brian Kenny interviews Steve Steinberg on “MLB Now” about SABR’s The World Series in the Deadball Era book (MLB Network)
- Benjamin Hoffman: Adrian Beltre was the all-time great you failed to notice (New York Times)
- Jay Jaffe: Big questions about the 2019 Hall of Fame ballot (FanGraphs)
- John Thorn: The sky is falling, and baseball is dying (Our Game)
- Daniel Calzada: Deepball: Modeling expectation and uncertainty in baseball with recurrent neural networks (Retrosheet)
- Jeff Sullivan: Nathan Eovaldi is a unicorn (FanGraphs)
- Ben Lindbergh: Can $300 million buy Bryce Harper a glove? (The Ringer)
- Eno Sarris: Germany, Lithuania, Jamaica; you never know where baseball will find you (The Athletic)
- John Paschal: Thus spoke baseball: another look at the language of the game (The Hardball Times)
- David Laurila: Q&A with Giants reliever Ray Black (FanGraphs)
- Rob Mains: The state of the quality start (Baseball Prospectus)
- Baseball and BBQ podcast: Interview with Babe Ruth biographer Jerry Amernic (Baseball and BBQ)
- Jeff Katz: Thanksgiving-time Gluttony (SABR Baseball Cards Blog)
Read these articles and more at SABR.org/latest.
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Originally published: November 21, 2018. Last Updated: April 3, 2020.