"Baseball Analyst" archives now available
In 1982, Bill James created the "Baseball Analyst," a bimonthly amateur sabermetrics journal that relied on contributions from readers. It ran 40 issues, dying in early 1989.
Last weekend, with Bill's permission, I scanned all my issues and sent them to Jacob Pomrenke of SABR. Stephen Roney contributed some pages I was missing. Jacob reformatted everything. Rob Neyer, who was responsible for the Analyst's last few issues, wrote an introduction.
Finally, Jacob put it all online at the SABR website. All 40 issues are now publicly available for download.
Great stuff ... thanks to Jacob, Stephen, Rob, and especially Bill!
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