SABR Southern Michigan is honored to be one of seven chapters selected by SABR to receive one of its inaugural Local Grants. We want to hear what sites you think we should consider.
For our first book club of the year we discussed The Cooperstown Casebook: Who’s in the Baseball Hall of Fame, Who Should Be In, and Who Should Pack Their Plaques.
Our trivia questions for our SABR Day 2022 meeting cover Jim Kaat, Black baseball, and the Detroit Tigers. (Scroll down for the answers.) 1. Which…
We will talk about Jim Kaat and the Hall of Fame on SABR Day.
Videos from our last virtual meeting are now available.
Despite the lockout, it’s been a busy offseason and we have lots to talk about as a chapter! Join us as we convene to process recent news and events in baseball.
For our next book club we will discuss Alex Speier’s account of how the Boston Red Sox built the team that won a world championship in 2018
Chris Ilitch, on behalf of the Detroit Tigers organization, participated in an event acknowledging the start of renovation work on historic Hamtramck Stadium, one of only five Negro League ballparks still in existence.
The Wayne County Commission today approved an $850,000 grant proposal from Executive Warren C. Evans to fund the renovation of Historic Hamtramck Stadium, once the home of the Negro National League’s Detroit Stars.
This Saturday, June 19, the Lansing Lugnuts are inducting the fabled (Adrian) Page Fence Giants team into their Michigan Baseball Hall of Fame.