1975 Baseball Research Journal
- Walks Not Always Crucial
Thevenow Dimmed Ruth Splurge
In this piece, Arthur O. Schott discusses the rivalry between Babe Ruth and Tommy Thevenow.
- The Youngest "Boy Manager"
The State Survey of Players
In this piece, L. Robert Davids disucusses a survey of the greatest baseball players born in different states before 1975.
The Grand Slam Story
In this piece, John C. Tattersall talks about grand slams and their history before 1975.
The Double Whammy
In this piece, James Watkins and Paul Doherty discuss teams that won both games of a doubleheader via shutout before 1975.
The Short Career of Lou Lewis
In this piece, Norton Chellgren talks about Lou Gehrig's premature entrance into professional baseball in 1921.
The Daily Dahlen of 1894
In this article, Art Ahrens talks about an unusual batting record set by Bill Dahlen in 1894.
The Babe Ruth Beginning
In this piece, Al Kermisch talks about key moments in Babe Ruth's childhood.
Pitchers Hitting Grand Slams
In this piece, Keith Sutton takes a look at the list of major league pitchers before 1975 who have hit grand slams.
Nick Cullop, Minor League Great
In this article, L. Robert Davids takes a look at the life and career of all-time minor league RBI king Nick Cullop.
The 1919 White Sox Depicted
In this article, George W. Hilton discusses the 1919 Chicago White Sox and how they are depicted by sportswriters.
- Spottswood Poles
- Rudy York, the Big Gun of August
- Nichols Youngest to Win 300 "Kid" in More Ways than Won
- Gehrig Streak Reviewed
- Great Team Home Run Feats
- James "Deacon" White
- Effect of Relief Pitching
- Diamond Docs
- A Most Spectacular Debut
- Bonura Steals Home In 15th
- Baseball’s Man for All Seasons
- Baseball Rhyme Time
- 1918 Was Short Home Run Year