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STEVE HIRDT, Executive Vice President of the Elias Sports Bureau, the official statistician of Major League Baseball, and a member of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR).
Burk, Never Just a Game: Players, Owners, and American Baseball to 1920 (Chapel Hill, 1994), Goldstein, Playing for Keeps, 134-149; Allen Guttmann, A Whole New Ball Game: An Interpretation of American Sports (Chapel Hill, 1988), 61-69; William A.
During the 1960s and early 1970s, Puerto Rican Roberto Clemente changed the landscape of American baseball as a member of the Pittsburgh Pirates, which ultimately earned him a plaque in baseball's Hall of Fame.
Thorn, a member of the Society of American Baseball Research (SABR), was the senior
HEAVY HITTERS--Radio Farda has published a package of cards, done in the style of American baseball cards, to show what it calls the 11 "heavy-hitters" of the Green Movement.
Chasing Moonlight: The True Story of Field of Dreams' Doc Graham is the biography of the American baseball legend and doctor Archibald W.
The National Pastime, the annual journal of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR), carries a five-page article with photographs, entitled 'British Baseball: How a Curious Version of the Game Survives in Parts of England and Wales'.
Although he has 14 years of experience in Japanese baseball, Saito is a relative unknown to American baseball fans.
In 1988, the baseball stadium was renamed after him and in 1991, he was voted him into the American Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame.
Shay given left The Valley clutching the man-of-the-match award - and a book on American baseball.
Other Birthdays: American baseball legend Willie Mays, 72; American musician Bob Seger, 58; actress Susan Brown, 57; Prime Minister Tony Blair, 50.
Racing's position in the pecking order was put into perspective when an American baseball player announcing his retirement was considered far more important.

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