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SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT "THE HIDDEN GAME OF BASEBALL"

I have recently been thinking about Pete Palmer's fine book of baseball a**lysis, which I first encountered back in the 1980's when it first was published.

While Bill James had, by that time, already deservedly established himself as the guru of the new statistical approach to the national pastime, the Palmer book provided a very valuable complement to James' writings that helped to broaden the discussion.

Perhaps the thing I most fondly remember was the way Palmer was able to alter our perceptions regarding baseball's standard statistics by citing several compelling debunking examples. Two of them come to mind.

The first compared Bill Terry's "epic" .401 season in 1930 with Yaz's anemic .301 league leading battling average in 1968. By placing these very divergent numbers in proper context - in 1930, the NL hit a collective .303 while, in 1968 the AL only hit .230; Terry collected relatively few BB's while Yaz's walk total was far higher; and, Terry's power numbers were dwarfed by Yaz's extra bases hitting skills - Palmer convincingly demonstrated that their seasons were not that different production wise after all.

The second demonstrated that baseball's lively ball era had actually begun in 1919 - not 1920 - based on the home and away breakdown - 22 on the road, only 7 at Fenway - of Babe Ruth's 29 homers, plus the fact that, due to WWI, the 1919 season was shortened by a significant number of games. From this he derived that had Ruth played in a home run hitter's park, like the Polo Grounds, in a full 154 game season, he would have hit something far closer to the 54 dingers he amassed the following year.

Such examples not only made me a better baseball a**lyst, it made me a far sharper a**lyst in general.

Of course, "The Hidden Game" did have its limitations and weaknesses. The Linear Weights system, while valuable at the time, has been superseded by a number of more advanced constructs and, in truth, Palmer's assessment of defensive stats was problematic. (In fairness, neither the technological advances that made such stats as "zone rating" possible nor other more nuanced treatment of these stats were available at the time.)

While Palmer was certainly correct in debunking the significance of Fielding Average, his reliance on Range Factor, based on the existing available numbers, would lead him, in some instances, astray. I guess he thought the variations of how the 27 out pie was divided were less significant than would in fact be the case. This resulted in some determinations that did not seem to add up. I remember my father, who remembered Billy Cox to be a premier defensive Third Baseman being stunned - probably for good reason - when I showed him that, according to Palmer, he was "actually" sub par.

Perhaps the greatest beneficiary of Palmer's Range Factor stats was Richie Ashburn, whose astoundingly high number of Put Outs - way more than even the great Willie Mays - significantly boosted his already compelling HOF credentials. However, the significance of these numbers was somewhat diminished once one recognized the fact that Ashburn, in his prime years, would spend about 300 innings per year playing behind Robin Roberts, a notoriously - and brilliantly effective - fly ball inducing pitcher. (And the Phillies pitching staff probably also included a number of players who were eminently able to induce the fly ball - but without Roberts skill.)

Despite such limitations, "The Hidden Game of Baseball" remains an extremely valuable work that significantly contributed to the advancement of modern Sabermetrics. It should not be forgotten.
Hello Below is from messages and post i have left about Emmitt Ashford's Documents So please accuse some of my Grammar i have a difficult time typing because of a stroke and i usely just copy & Paste my previous comments

Hello I still have access to these i think it would make a good article for your Magazine sorry about the spelling here some of a post i had done I had these papers from a junk store it was of

And there are some large Negatives of the pictures that you posted in with this lot

Emmitt Ashford the 1st Black umpire of the MLB world series and a lot of autographs from other famous players and a letter from Hubert Humphrey congratulating him on his achievement from the Negero leagues had Ford Frecks signed business card along with the team photos & negative of the players also he was redulculed a lot and they was a retirement letter draft of what he wanted to say but didn't it was extremely graphic

also was letters from Hawkins and all of the major news media given him Credit for his resolved i think he Emmitt live closed by in California and when he passed his kids donated all of his stuff i read a lot about him He was a Greta Hereo I sold them to a Antique dealer in Ca i may be able to get them back i thought it would of made a great book there were close to maybe 5-6 hundred pcs and negatives of the vice president they ranged from the mid 1960s to early 1970's I may try to get them back and see if i can find a person to write a book some of the letters were from famous people like Sugar Ray Robinson do you think it would be a good book
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I suggest that SABR members read this book to discover the "other side" of Bill Nowlin. He made a significant contribution to the music business.
Last night Phillies Andrew McCutchen homered on first pitch of game against Braves but that was their only run. Wondering how many times that has occurred in MLB history where team jumps to 1-0 lead and never scores again, obviously losing?
Hey SABR - when I was around 12 (late 60s), I was visiting PA with my parents and bought this tin-type photo for a quarter at a flea market.

I know it's a shot in the dark, but would you or your members have any idea on the identity of the team or players? Thanks so much for any assistance!
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I was looking thru the book (shown in the photo) and was trying to find what stadium or ballpark shown on the cover. Could not find anything giving the name or information about it.
Great Article on the life and baseball career of Ernie Nevers, my husbands father sadly we never knew him🙁 https://sabr.org/bioproj/person/ernie-nevers/...
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A Tweet from today:
Stirrup-clad Dick Allen played only 3 memorable yrs w White Sox. In '72 he was AL MVP, leading lg w 37 HRs, 113 RBIs & .603 slugging. In '74 led AL in HRs & slugging again despite missing last 3 weeks. His SABR bio https://sabr.org/bioproj/person/dick-allen/

SABR is a nonprofit membership association with 6,000+ members worldwide whose mission is to help people do baseball research, provide a place to share baseball research, and to preserve baseball research information.

6,000+ members worldwide; 70+ regional and international chapters; 29 research committees. Many SABR members meet formally and informally in regional chapters throughout the year and hundreds come together for our annual events, like the SABR Convention, and SABR Analytics Conference. Anyone interested in baseball can join SABR.

Operating as usual

08/12/2021

Happy 50th Birthday SABR! To commemorate the day, a small gathering took place on the steps of the National Baseball Library this afternoon.

Clockwise from top right: Mark Armour (President, SABR), Michael Hauser (President, Cliff Kachline Chapter of SABR, Cooperstown), Cassidy Lent (Manager of Reference Services, National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum), Tom Shieber (Senior Curator, National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum), Jeanne Armour (Vice President, Production Manager at Regions Financial Corporation, North Port-Sarasota), Bill Francis (Senior Research & Writing Specialist, National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum).

Photos from SABR Chicago's post 07/21/2021

Photos from SABR Chicago's post

06/30/2021

Our chapter will reconvene with the Lefty O’Doul–San Francisco Bay Area SABR Chapter on Tuesday, July 27, at 7 PM PST. We have allocated extra time for this special meeting, which will feature three great speakers discussing women in baseball. We are excited to welcome Sherry Davis, Giants Public address announcer from 1993 to 1999; Perry Barber, professional umpire; and Anika Orrock, author and illustrator. Please email [email protected] for Zoom details.

06/26/2021

Congratulations to Vince Gennaro, who has been selected as the winner of the 2021 Bob Davids Award, SABR's highest honor!

Gennaro served on SABR’s Board of Directors from 2009 to 2019, including four terms as Board President, where he co-founded (with former CEO Marc Appleman) the SABR Analytics Conference — which has become a must-attend event for baseball industry professionals — and helped establish SABR’s involvement in the Rawlings Gold Glove Award voting process.

Gennaro is also the architect of the Diamond Dollars Case Competition series, which has brought together students and baseball officials for a unique learning experience and networking opportunity for aspiring sports executives. More than 120 Case Competition participants have secured internships or permanent positions within Major League Baseball since 2012.

https://sabr.org/latest/vince-gennaro-selected-as-2021-bob-davids-award-winner/

Congratulations to Vince Gennaro, who has been selected as the winner of the 2021 Bob Davids Award, SABR's highest honor!

Gennaro served on SABR’s Board of Directors from 2009 to 2019, including four terms as Board President, where he co-founded (with former CEO Marc Appleman) the SABR Analytics Conference — which has become a must-attend event for baseball industry professionals — and helped establish SABR’s involvement in the Rawlings Gold Glove Award voting process.

Gennaro is also the architect of the Diamond Dollars Case Competition series, which has brought together students and baseball officials for a unique learning experience and networking opportunity for aspiring sports executives. More than 120 Case Competition participants have secured internships or permanent positions within Major League Baseball since 2012.

https://sabr.org/latest/vince-gennaro-selected-as-2021-bob-davids-award-winner/

06/13/2021

A battle of Negro League aces takes place on this day in1921 and Tim Odzer tells all about it as part of the SABR Games Project.
https://sabr.org/gamesproj/game/june-12-1921-monarchs-bullet-rogan-bests-cincinnatis-jose-leblanc-in-battle-of-negro-league-aces/

05/31/2021

Lou Gehrig plays his 2000th consecutive game on this day in 1938. Dan Joseph tells how Gehrig fared in his record setting game as part of the SABR Games Project.
https://sabr.org/gamesproj/game/may-31-1938-lou-gehrig-plays-his-2000th-consecutive-game

05/19/2021

Summer of SABR: Golden Celebration Series – Society for American Baseball Research

As part of SABR’s 50th anniversary in 2021, all baseball fans are invited to join us online for the Summer of SABR: Golden Celebration Series, presented by Major League Baseball and Baseball-Reference.com. The opening session begins on June 25-27, 2021.

Join us this summer for a series of presentations, chats, and panel discussions featuring authors, scholars, and figures from around the game, including: Katie Krall, Cincinnati Reds; Bianca Smith, Boston Red Sox; Janet Marie Smith, Los Angeles Dodgers; J.J. Cooper, Baseball America; Rick White, Atlantic League; Sean Forman, Sports Reference; Gary Ashwill, Seamheads.com; and Larry Lester, SABR Negro Leagues Committee; and more.

Visit https://sabr.org/summer to sign up today!

Summer of SABR: Golden Celebration Series – Society for American Baseball Research As part of SABR’s 50th anniversary in 2021, all baseball fans are invited to join us online for the Summer of SABR: Golden Celebration Series, presented by Major League Baseball and Baseball-Reference.com.

05/03/2021

Our May-June 2021 newsletter is now ready! We have a full issue with member stories about attending games again, visits to area museums, a story about a semipro team that beat the Chicago White Sox, and so much more. We even have the latest History Hunters, Scoreboard Puzzler, Chicago Random Tandem, and Cardboard Detective. Enjoy! bit.ly/SABRChicago20210506

04/15/2021

"Jackie: Perspectives on 42," our newest SABR Digital Library book, celebrates the life and legacy of Dodgers pioneer Jackie Robinson, with dozens of essays on his impact on and off the baseball field.

SABR members can download a free e-book copy or save 50% off the paperback edition by ordering through the SABR Digital Library:

https://sabr.org/latest/sabr-digital-library-jackie-robinson-perspectives-on-42

"Jackie: Perspectives on 42," our newest SABR Digital Library book, celebrates the life and legacy of Dodgers pioneer Jackie Robinson, with dozens of essays on his impact on and off the baseball field.

SABR members can download a free e-book copy or save 50% off the paperback edition by ordering through the SABR Digital Library:

https://sabr.org/latest/sabr-digital-library-jackie-robinson-perspectives-on-42

04/13/2021

The Dusty Baker and Lefty O’Doul SABR Chapters invite you to join us on Tuesday, April 20th at 7 p.m. PST, for a special virtual chapter meeting. We are teaming with the Pacific Coast League Historical Society and author Dan Taylor. Dan will talk about his new book, “Lights, Camera, Fastball: How the Hollywood Stars Changed Baseball.” Please contact Zak Ford at [email protected] for Zoom details.

04/10/2021

40 years ago today, on Opening Day 1981, Los Angeles Dodgers rookie Fernando Valenzuela became an international sensation with a 5-hit shutout vs. the Houston Astros, beginning a season-long run that saw the Mexican-born left handed win Rookie of the Year and Cy Young honors, and a World Series trophy.

Read more about Fernandomania! in the SABR archives:

https://sabr.org/journal/article/fernandomania/

40 years ago today, on Opening Day 1981, Los Angeles Dodgers rookie Fernando Valenzuela became an international sensation with a 5-hit shutout vs. the Houston Astros, beginning a season-long run that saw the Mexican-born left handed win Rookie of the Year and Cy Young honors, and a World Series trophy.

Read more about Fernandomania! in the SABR archives:

https://sabr.org/journal/article/fernandomania/

04/07/2021

The Boston Red Stockings play their first game on this date in 1871. Bob LeMoine tells the story of the beginning of one of baseball's legendary teams. You can read about it and others in the SABR Games Project.
https://sabr.org/gamesproj/game/april-6-1871-boston-red-stockings-take-field-first-time

Photos from SABR Baltimore/Babe Ruth Chapter's post 04/05/2021

Photos from SABR Baltimore/Babe Ruth Chapter's post

04/01/2021

Happy Opening Day! As we open a new baseball season, check out an original collection of articles from the SABR Games Project on historic openers — from a Federal League debut in Baltimore in 1914 to the Blue Jays’ “home” opener in Washington, DC last year. We also highlight a gem from our archives: Leon Day’s Opening Day no-hitter for the Newark Eagles 75 years ago in 1946.

https://sabr.org/latest/sabr-celebrates-opening-day-2021-with-new-collection-of-games-project-stories/

Happy Opening Day! As we open a new baseball season, check out an original collection of articles from the SABR Games Project on historic openers — from a Federal League debut in Baltimore in 1914 to the Blue Jays’ “home” opener in Washington, DC last year. We also highlight a gem from our archives: Leon Day’s Opening Day no-hitter for the Newark Eagles 75 years ago in 1946.

https://sabr.org/latest/sabr-celebrates-opening-day-2021-with-new-collection-of-games-project-stories/

03/30/2021

The 2021 edition of the SABR Opening Day games effort just went online. Enjoy stories about opening day games from 1914 through last year. The games provide some excellent reading to prepare the upcoming season, which begins in a few days!
https://sabr.org/latest/sabr-celebrates-opening-day-2021-with-new-collection-of-games-project-stories/

03/23/2021

Can't wait for Opening Day? Get your baseball fix by tuning in to Tuesday night's SABR Boston Zoom conversation with Red Sox Hall of Famer Rico Petrocelli!

Register for your free sign-in at: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUsce6vrT4oGtFxMgxCzfD0twlOpPwlR1Ef

03/13/2021

SABR Analytics: Analyze This panel discussion

Thanks to MLB’s Diversity and Inclusion Department, all baseball fans are invited to join us on Facebook Live to watch a free livestream of this SABR Analytics panel at 12:00 p.m. EST on Saturday, March 13:

Analyze This: The Varying Roles and Skillsets of Baseball Analysts

- Ehsan Bokhari, Senior Director of Player Evaluation, Houston Astros
- Maggie O’Hara, Senior Analyst in Baseball Operations, Detroit Tigers
- Josh Ruffin, Advanced Scouting Analyst, Minnesota Twins
- Moderator: Eduardo Perez, ESPN analyst and former major-league infielder for 13 seasons

03/11/2021

The 10th annual SABR Analytics Conference, presented by MLB, Rawlings Sporting Goods, and Sports Info Solutions, begins today! This all-virtual event will be held online over four days from March 11-14. We have some terrific panels and presentations on the schedule this weekend from some of the top minds in the baseball analytics community.

Learn more about our panelists and presenters, find the full schedule, and download the digital program at https://sabr.org/analytics

The 10th annual SABR Analytics Conference, presented by MLB, Rawlings Sporting Goods, and Sports Info Solutions, begins today! This all-virtual event will be held online over four days from March 11-14. We have some terrific panels and presentations on the schedule this weekend from some of the top minds in the baseball analytics community.

Learn more about our panelists and presenters, find the full schedule, and download the digital program at https://sabr.org/analytics

03/03/2021

All baseball fans are invited to join us on Saturday, March 13 for a free Facebook Live stream of the "Analyze This: The Varying Roles and Skillsets of Baseball Analysts" panel at the SABR Virtual Analytics Conference!

We'll be livestreaming this panel from SABR's page from 12:00-1:00 p.m. EST on Saturday, March 13. Thanks to MLB's Diversity and Inclusion Department for their support.

The Analyze This panel is expected to include: Ehsan Bokhari of the Houston Astros, Maggie O’Hara of the Detroit Tigers, Josh Ruffin of the Minnesota Twins, and moderator Eduardo Perez of ESPN.

To register for the full SABR Virtual Analytics Conference, or to learn more, visit https://sabr.org/analytics

All baseball fans are invited to join us on Saturday, March 13 for a free Facebook Live stream of the "Analyze This: The Varying Roles and Skillsets of Baseball Analysts" panel at the SABR Virtual Analytics Conference!

We'll be livestreaming this panel from SABR's page from 12:00-1:00 p.m. EST on Saturday, March 13. Thanks to MLB's Diversity and Inclusion Department for their support.

The Analyze This panel is expected to include: Ehsan Bokhari of the Houston Astros, Maggie O’Hara of the Detroit Tigers, Josh Ruffin of the Minnesota Twins, and moderator Eduardo Perez of ESPN.

To register for the full SABR Virtual Analytics Conference, or to learn more, visit https://sabr.org/analytics

02/22/2021

Congratulations to Eric Nusbaum, winner of the 2021 SABR Seymour Medal!

“Stealing Home: Los Angeles, the Dodgers, and the Lives Caught in Between,” written by Nusbaum and published by PublicAffairs, is the winner of the 2021 Dr. Harold and Dorothy Seymour Medal, which honors the best book of baseball history or biography published during the preceding calendar year.

Nusbaum will receive his award during the 28th annual NINE Spring Training Conference on Saturday, March 20. The NINE Conference will be held virtually over three weekends in March.

https://sabr.org/latest/eric-nusbaums-stealing-home-wins-2021-sabr-seymour-medal/

Congratulations to Eric Nusbaum, winner of the 2021 SABR Seymour Medal!

“Stealing Home: Los Angeles, the Dodgers, and the Lives Caught in Between,” written by Nusbaum and published by PublicAffairs, is the winner of the 2021 Dr. Harold and Dorothy Seymour Medal, which honors the best book of baseball history or biography published during the preceding calendar year.

Nusbaum will receive his award during the 28th annual NINE Spring Training Conference on Saturday, March 20. The NINE Conference will be held virtually over three weekends in March.

https://sabr.org/latest/eric-nusbaums-stealing-home-wins-2021-sabr-seymour-medal/

02/15/2021

SABR is pleased to announce the 2021 recipients of the Henry Chadwick Award, established to honor the game’s great researchers — historians, statisticians, annalists, and archivists — for their invaluable contributions to making baseball the game that links America’s present with its past.

The 2021 recipients of the Henry Chadwick Award are Negro Leagues historian Gary Ashwill, baseball physicist Alan Nathan, and author Robert W. Peterson.

Learn more about each of these Chadwick Award recipients at https://sabr.org/latest/sabr-announces-2021-henry-chadwick-award-recipients/

SABR is pleased to announce the 2021 recipients of the Henry Chadwick Award, established to honor the game’s great researchers — historians, statisticians, annalists, and archivists — for their invaluable contributions to making baseball the game that links America’s present with its past.

The 2021 recipients of the Henry Chadwick Award are Negro Leagues historian Gary Ashwill, baseball physicist Alan Nathan, and author Robert W. Peterson.

Learn more about each of these Chadwick Award recipients at https://sabr.org/latest/sabr-announces-2021-henry-chadwick-award-recipients/

02/10/2021

What better way to forget about the snow than talking baseball -- and who better to talk baseball with than the man who has seen more Red Sox games in the last half-century than anybody else?

Join SABR Boston Wednesday night at 7:00 EST, as we discuss Dustin Pedroia, pandemic play-by-play, spring training, Tom Seaver, and more with longtime Red Sox radio voice Joe Castiglione.
To register for your Zoom link, go to:
https://bit.ly/2YE4cug

02/05/2021

Getting hungry for baseball? Join SABR Boston on Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 7:00 pm EST, as we discuss Dustin Pedroia, the upcoming season, pandemic play-by-play, and more with longtime Red Sox radio voice Joe Castiglione.

To register for your Zoom link, and send in a question for Joe, go to:
https://bit.ly/2YE4cug

01/30/2021

Baseball fans, there’s still time to sign up and join us for a special SABR Day event from 2:00-4:00 pm ET today (January 30) with broadcasting legend Bob Costas of MLB Network and Tim Mead, president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum!

All baseball fans are welcome to join us for this one-of-a-kind virtual conversation on Saturday. Sign up now at https://sabr.org/sabrday

sabr.org 01/29/2021

Announcing finalists for 2021 SABR Analytics Conference Research Awards – Society for American Baseball Research

We’re pleased to announce the finalists for the 2021 SABR Analytics Conference Research Awards, which will recognize baseball researchers who have completed the best work of original analysis or commentary during the preceding calendar year.

Nominations were solicited by representatives from SABR, Baseball Prospectus, FanGraphs, and the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America. Voting for the winners begins online Monday, February 1.

Congratulations to all the finalists! You can read each of their nominated articles here:

https://sabr.org/latest/announcing-finalists-for-2021-sabr-analytics-conference-research-awards/

sabr.org Announcing finalists for 2021 SABR Analytics Conference Research Awards January 29, 2021/in Headlines /by sabr We’re pleased to announce the finalists for the 2021 SABR Analytics Conference Research Awards, which will recognize baseball researchers who have completed the best work of original anal...

01/27/2021

National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

In the 2021 BBWAA Hall of Fame voting, no candidate received votes on at least 75 percent of all ballots cast. https://baseballhall.org/news/2021-bbwaa-vote-yields-no-electees

01/23/2021

In Memoriam: Hank Aaron, who died on Friday at the age of 86, was a brilliant all-around superstar for 23 seasons with the Atlanta Braves, enduring racist threats off the field as he was surpassing MLB’s most iconic home run record on the field.

https://sabr.org/latest/in-memoriam-hank-aaron/

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