Society For American Baseball Research
- Updated 06/27
- Long-time chapter member David Lippman has prepared an outstanding and comprehensive 22-page list of New York's baseball sites. Whether you're in town for the SABR47 Convention or a life-time New York baseball fan you'll want to check out this fantastic piece of work. [K. Carter]
- Everyone is all abuzz in anticipation of SABR 47!
With the annual national convention less than a month away, SABR and the New York Chapter members are relying on friends from around the country to get the word out that ALL baseball fans of any age are welcome!
An impressive group of renowned speakers will share their wealth of knowledge in committees, at the ballpark, and during panel discussions. A comprehensive list of featured speakers can be viewed on the SABR47 Featured Speakers page.
So many fine research presentations can be found on the SABR 47 Research Presentations page and the Poster Presentations page until you can be there yourself to see and hear the cream of this year's research crop.
Remember that single-day registration is now available. To go directly to SABR 47 registration, visit the SABR 47 Registration Page
Do visit those great vendors, too -- Vendors Room page.
We hope to see you all soon in person or via social media.
Your presence makes SABR the success it is!
The "E Team" thanks you,
Evelyn Begley and Ernestine Miller
- Click here to view .pdf of SABR 47 promo ad - Updated 05/31
- Bergino Baseball Clubhouse often hosts fun baseball events and has released the following upcoming book event dates:
- New York Yankees historian and former publicity director Marty Appel returns this spring with his new book CASEY STENGEL: Baseball's Greatest Character, an intimate portrait and definitive account of the single figure who best embodied America's national pastime.
- Dan Schlossberg, a SABR member since 1981, will be signing his biggest, best, and quirkiest baseball book in the Vendors Room at SABR 47. The New Baseball Bible: Notes, Nuggets, Lists & Legends from the National Pastime is a 424-page oversized offbeat illustrated history featuring a Jay Johnstone forward and Alan Schwarz preface. He will also be signing at Foley's on 33rd St. on 06/14.
- Bob Davids Chapter member Brian Wright is working on a 'Mets greatest games book project' and is seeking contributions from our chapter members. Anyone interested can contact Brian by emailing him.
For chapter-related inquiries, please contact Evelyn Begley - Chapter President.
For web-site and social-media inquiries, please contact Kevin Carter.