Originally Posted by westofyou
There are countless research tools and you get a few periodicals and books every year. I got a copy of Green Cathedral
s in the mail the other day, plus the group here in Portland is pretty robust, there's a couple of BP guys, Rob Neyer, Mark Armour and some heavies in Sabr itself.
Here's a list of some of their "perks"
Above and to your left in the menu are links to both public and members-only research assets. They are:
The SABR Encyclopedia
The Baseball Index
The SABR Lending Library
The SABR-L Archives
ProQuest Historical Newspapers
Heritage Quest Genealogical Resources
Amateur Athletic Association of LA Digitized Sports Periodicals
SABR Research Committees
SABR Chapter Resources
Triple Plays Database
So whats a SABR meeting like?? A bunch of guys sitting around drinking beer and talking about baseball history?? If thats the case I am in. I can probally talk with more intelligence about the 1970 Reds than I can the 2006 Reds.
"Boys, I'm one of those umpires that misses 'em every once in a while so if it's close, you'd better hit it." Cal Hubbard