Join us today for our Hank Greenberg 110th Birthday Virtual Symposium!
Irwin Cohen shares his memories of the number retirement ceremony for Hank Greenberg.
Hank Greenberg, born New Year’s Day in 1911, was a pioneering superstar slugger whose emergence in the 1930s transformed the American sports landscape for Jewish and non-Jewish fans alike. We remember his legacy on and off the field and consider the importance of his story for future generations.
Here are some final details regarding tomorrow’s Negro Leagues Symposium. Join us via Zoom and enjoy a tour of historic Negro League sites in Detroit by car or online.
SABR Detroit is proud to co-sponsor the Detroit Negro Leagues Centennial Symposium on Thursday, September 24! The event will include a panel presentation via Zoom followed by a self-driving tour of historic Negro League sites in Detroit.
On Tuesday the city of Hamtramck adopted a resolution naming the field at Hamtramck Stadium for Turkey Stearnes. Deadspin recently posted a story by Joseph Heller about the history and renovation of the stadium,
Part 1 Open in a new window Part 2 Open in a new window Download Audio For our first-ever Author Chat on Zoom we invited…
Our new events calendar is up and running! Each event includes a link to export the event to your Google Calendar or iCal. We have…
Tom Stone “Now Taking the Field: Baseball’s All-Time Dream Teams for All 30 Franchises” Sunday, August 23, at 7:00 p.m. Eastern, on Zoom We’re delighted…
Mitch Lutzke of SABR Detroit looks at the 1889 season of the Michigan State League, the first significant organized professional baseball league in the state, in the new issue of Michigan History magazine. An excerpt: