In Batting Four Thousand: Baseball in the Western Reserve are twenty articles about people, events, and ideas from the four corners of that "strange and wonderful thing we call Cleveland baseball," as editor Brad Sullivan calls it. The all-star roster of contributors includes leading SABR researchers and Cleveland sportswriters who share their deep knowledge of Cleveland's professional teams, including the Buckeyes and Tate Wars, as well as of the storied Indians-even of Cleveland's brief entry in the American Association. For the significance of the journal's enigmatic title, see Russell Schneider's moving piece about Gomer Hodge.
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Author Biography - Brad Sullivan
Brad Sullivan, president of the Jack Graney Chapter of the Society for American Baseball Research, works for the Baseball Heritage Museum in downtown Cleveland.