Archive | December, 2010

A-Rod and Bagwell

I’ve created a page, accessible from the menu bar, that brings together my division reviews from the 2010 MLB season. As with any article or series, I sat down at the start of it and wrote some notes to collect my thoughts together on the key things that I remembered from the 2010 season for […]

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Countdown to SABR Day 2011: 1940s Cobbette – What became of WWII evacuees returning from US?

This is post six in a ten-post countdown to SABR Day 2011. The series is going through the decades of the 20th Century, backwards from the 1990s. On SABR Day itself, there will be a special feature on the 1890s, which will celebrate the significant link between keeping score and baseball history. This article will be published […]

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New British baseball history book: “What about the Villa?: Forgotten figures from Britain’s pro baseball league of 1890”

During 2010, my posts on BaseballGB have been a little fewer and further between than I would have liked, but there has been a good reason. For the past 14 months, I have been researching and writing a 100,000-word history of Britain’s pro baseball league of 1890. The result was my first book. The publisher received […]

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Zack Greinke to the Brewers

This was an unexpected story to wake up to on Sunday morning. The Milwaukee Brewers have reportedly agreed a trade with the Kansas City Royals in which Zack Greinke, the 2009 American League Cy Young winner, will head to the Brew Crew

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Countdown to SABR Day 2011: 1950s Cobbette – “Brutus Plays Baseball–What Would Shakespeare Think?”

This is post five in a ten-post countdown to SABR Day 2011. The series is going through the decades of the 20th Century, backwards from the 1990s. On SABR Day itself, there will be a special feature on the 1890s, which will celebrate the significant link between keeping score and baseball history. This article will be published […]

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2010 Season Review: NL East

The National League East has been home to the Senior Circuit’s World Series representative over the past two seasons. That wasn’t the case in 2010; however the division still produced much intrigue, action and excitement

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