Henry Chadwick Award: Daniel R. Levitt

By Mark Armour

This article was published in the Spring 2017 Baseball Research Journal.

A profile of 2017 Henry Chadwick Award winner Dan Levitt. Most of baseball’s great researchers have been specialists — they are historians, or statistical analysts, or biographers, or business enthusiasts, or record keepers, or something. Dan Levitt is harder to pigeonhole. His contributions to baseball research over the past two decades have been both broad and deep. Dan has lived nearly all of his life in Minneapolis. He was playing baseball by the second grade and kept at it through high school. . . .

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