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A collection of SABR communities. Click on the Subgroups category to learn more about or join any of our chapter, committee, or special-interest discussion groups.
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SABR Chapters

  • Ted Williams Chapter (San Diego, CA)
    This is a discussion group for the SABR San Diego Ted Williams Chapter.
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SABR Committees

  • 1919 Black Sox Scandal
    The 1919 Black Sox Scandal group is a restricted and unmoderated discussion group whose purpose is to foster interactive communication between SABR members regarding the events of the 1919 World Series and its aftermath.
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    69 Members, 11 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Last Post:
  • BaseballNecrology
    The BaseballNecrology Groups.io forum is an interactive discussion group for the exchange of information pertaining to the RECENT PASSING of figures from the baseball world, players, managers, coaches, umpires, scouts, executives, broadcasters, writers and other notables from the major and minor leagues and collegiate baseball. Feel free to post links to newspaper obituaries and other pertinent information with regard to death announcements, memorial services and final resting places here.
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    103 Members, 826 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Last Post:
  • SABR Deadball Era Committee
    The Deadball Era Committee of the Society for American Baseball Research. Focused on baseball history taking place between the years 1901-1919. The era of Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson and Dode Paskert.
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    82 Members, 7 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Last Post:
  • SABR BioData
    This forum is for the SABR-Biodata Work Group.  ( This ad hoc group is NOT associated with the SABR Biographical Research Committee whose scope is limited to Major League Players, Managers, Coaches and Umpires.) The purpose of this forum is primarily to communicate changes in biographical data for MINOR LEAGUERS AND OTHERS from that which currently appears on Baseball-Reference (other than DOD/POD and miscellaneous updates for those who have recently passed, the specific domain of the BaseballNecrology online forum).  Please cite your sources and include file attachments for verification.  Biodata fields only (Name , DOB/POB, DOD/POD, B/T, Position, Ht/Wt, High School or College Attended, Military Service, Branch of Service and Final Resting Place. if known.)  Performance (hitting, pitching, fielding) and/or stint (year, team, league) data is beyond the scope of this group.
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    18 Members, 21 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Last Post:
  • SABR Baseball Records Committee
    We are one of the Society for American Baseball Research's (SABR's) longer-standing committees, started in 1975 to establish an accurate set of records for organized baseball. The committee has focused its research on reconciling differences and pursuing a greater degree of accuracy in baseball's "historical record." We also continue to be an advocate for maintaining the integrity of baseball records. This is the place for discussing everything to do with the SABR Records Committee.
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    18 Members, 0 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members
  • SABRminorleagues
    The SABRminorleagues eGroup is a restricted and unmoderated discussion group for members of The Society for American Baseball Research - Minor Leagues Research Committee. The expressed purpose of this site is to foster interactive communication between members regarding areas of interest about historic and statistical aspects of minor league baseball, as well the commercial enterprise that it is. POSTING GUIDELINES When replying to a previous post, cut out the text in that post that is not relevant. Keep only the text that is necessary for your reply. Also, please be sure and sign your posts. Failure to adhere to these guidelines could result in a subscriber's posting privileges to be restricted.
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    182 Members, 66 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Last Post:
  • SABRscouts
    The SABRscouts eGroup is a restricted and unmoderated discussion group for members of The Society for American Baseball Research - Scouts Research Committee. The expressed purpose of this site is to foster interactive communication between members regarding areas of interest about professional baseball scouts and player development personnel. Our designated research projects are to compile a comprehensive historical log of full-time major league scouts including profiles and oral histories, and formulating the "Who-Signed-Who" Scout/Player database with complete biographical, statistical and organizational information. Subscribers are also encouraged to post the URLs, titles and/or brief summaries of "Baseball Scouts in the News" articles that they believe would be of interest to other committee members. We support the work of the Scout of the Year Foundation and their project to accord professional baseball scouts the long overdue recognition they deserve in the Baseball Hall of Fame. For more information; https://sabr.org/research/scouts-research-committee/
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    43 Members, 19 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Last Post:
  • Games Project
    This email discussion group is for members interested in updates about the SABR Games Project. Learn more at https://sabr.org/gamesproject.
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    45 Members, 28 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Last Post:

SABR Special Interest Groups

  • BRSP
    BRSP focuses on discussion of SABR policies and governance.
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  • SABR's 19CBB Committee
    This *19th century base ball* egroup serves the 19th Century (research) Committee of the Society for American Baseball Research ( http://sabr.org ). It is open to all SABR members and open to non-members as guests for three months. The co-owners are Cliff Blau - cliff(AT sign)cliffblau.com, and Erik Miklich - ddejm (AT sign) msn.com. They moderate the group only in emergencies. The 19th Century Committee focuses on base ball from the 1840s, when the New York game was specified by the Knickerbocker Club, to 1900. Naturally, some themes concern earlier centuries; others concern events at least until the Peace of 1903. SABR's Origins Committee also shares this egroup. The Origins Committee's focus is on early bat and ball games and the development of The National Pastime up to about 1870.
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    99 Members, 91 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post: