Trutor: An interview with BioProject co-director Gregory Wolf

From SABR member Clayton Trutor at Down the Drive on April 5, 2017:

For this week’s “Conversations with Clayton,” I have interviewed Gregory H. Wolf, the co-director of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR)’s Biography Project.

Established in 2002, SABR’s Biography Committee manages the Baseball Biography Project, which aims to write full-length biographies of every player in the history of Major League Baseball. Thus far, the project is about one-quarter of the way to its goal, having completed 4,033 biographies, which are available in the Biography Project’s online database, as well as in more than three-dozen biographical compilation books. Most of the compilations focus on a particular historically significant team, such as the 1957 Milwaukee Braves or the 1979 Pittsburgh Pirates. Wolf is the co-editor of six books for the SABR Biography Project and the author of more than 150 Biography Project entries.

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Originally published: April 5, 2017. Last Updated: April 5, 2017.