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In Memoriam

Long-time BJOL poster Bob Gregory passed away recently.  Bob was a frequent contributor to the Reader Posts section of Bill James Online, known for his deep understanding of 19th century baseball, his wit and his warmth.  Bob organized a regular feature of our Reader Posts, an alternative to the Hall of Fame called the Gallery of Renown, in which BJOL readers voted on their favorite players each "year."
 


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Our Latest Articles

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BBWAA Hall of Fame Prediction Contest - The Results
(1/18/2017)
The results of our BJOL prediction contest are in. And the winner is....
 
A Rockie Road to the Hall of Fame
(1/16/2017)
Is there an uncomfortable relationship between Colorado and Cooperstown?
 
More Etymology and Less Baseball
(1/14/2017)
In which I follow through on my threat to examine closely twelve words from “My Mother, Drunk or Sober”
 
With or Without Yo(gi)
(1/13/2017)
Some further thoughts about catchers and winning.
 
The Decline of an Elite Defender
(1/12/2017)
John takes a look at why a former dual threat finds himself still languishing in free agency.
 
Bob Turley, Stan Lopata, Ed Charles
(1/10/2017)
More about etymology than baseball
 
Brief Apology
(1/8/2017)
Not been doing too good at my job. . .
 


 
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