The Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) encourages the study of baseball, past and present, as a significant athletic and social institution; encourages further research and literary efforts to establish the accurate historical record of baseball; and helps disseminate educational, historical and research information about baseball.
Since its founding in August of 1971, SABR has published more than 70 books or journals, has created over 20 research committees, and held countless numbers of meetings where members
have presented their research.
With generous funding from The Anthony A. Yoseloff Foundation, SABR is pleased to award grants to conduct baseball research and have that research published by SABR. A minimum of $4,000 will be allocated for awards annually, but distribution is dependent upon the quality of the proposal pool. The maximum grant award will be $1,000, and individuals are limited to one grant per year.
Click Here for 2009 Grant Submission Guidelines
Originally published: January 2, 2007. Last Updated: January 2, 2007.