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Welcome to the website of the Rocky Mountain chapter of SABR, the Society for American Baseball Research. If you have an interest in the game of Baseball and studying and enjoying the game and its history, you’ve come to the right place.

We are one of the most active and successful chapters in the country. We enjoy the camaraderie that our SABR chapter provides us through regular chapter meetings, monthly luncheons year-round and our highlight of the year, our annual banquet. We often present well-known speakers to share their stories and insights. It is our mission to keep this website updated and entertaining for SABR members and visitors alike. Thanks for visiting and please enjoy!

Paul Parker, President

SABR, Rocky Mountain Chapter

Due to Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's proclamation of March 16th, our Monthly Luncheon at Blake Street Tavern is CANCELED for March.


If anyone happens to do lunch this week, with other RMSABR members & friends, please take pics, and we'll share our dispersed version of RMSABR #160!


Watch for follow-up postings and e-mails from Secretary Alex Marx, as our situation evolves for future events.



Monthly Luncheons

160th consecutive monthly luncheon CANCELED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS GUIDELINES

Wed, March 18th, Noon

Blake Street Tavern

2301 Blake Street

Denver, CO 80205

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Former Montreal Expos, Colorado Rockies and St. Louis Cardinals great Larry Walker belongs in the Hall of Fame. He is on his 10th and final Baseball Writers' of Association ballot. He received 54.6 percent of the vote last year (75 percent is required for election), which was an increase of about 20 percent.

  • Paul Parker, President

  • Kurt Wells, Vice President

  • Alex Marks, Secretary

  • Bill Achbach, Treasurer

  • Dan Evans

  • Manny Randhawa

  • Greg Petty

  • Patrick Lyons

  • Greg May

Major League Baseball A Mile High: The First Quarter Century of the Colorado Rockies provides a look at the first 25 years (1993 through 2017) of the major-league baseball team in Denver, the Colorado Rockies. Included are essays on the birth of the Rockies and biographies of 24 of the most important players, managers, and club executives as selected by SABR's Rocky Mountain Chapter. We added “ballpark bios” of the two fields the Rockies have called home: Mile High Stadium and Coors Field. In addition, 18 memorable and historic games are recapped here. 

Including a foreword by MLB.com beat writer and Rocky Mountain SABR board member Thomas Harding, who has covered the Rockies since 2000, and illustrated with more than 30 photos from the archives of the Colorado Rockies and the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Major League Baseball A Mile High is the perfect addition to any Rocky Mountain baseball fan's personal library. 

This book is a production of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR). More than three dozen SABR members contributed as authors, editors, fact-checkers, and pitched in with ideas to shape the book. Contributors include: Malcolm Allen, Eriel F. Barcenas, John Bauer, Thomas J. Brown Jr., Robert Brustad, Alan Cohen, Mike Cooney, Lauren Cronin, Richard Cuicchi, Kyle Eaton, Brian Engelhardt, Joy Hackenmueller, Thomas Harding, Paul Hofmann, Mike Huber, Ryan Keeler, Roger Kinney, Bob LeMoine, Len Levin, Alex Marks, Ed Meserko, Gwen Meserko, Chad Moody, Bill Nowlin, Paul T. Parker, John W. Paul Jr., Manny Randhawa, Carmen Reale, Ken Reed, Carl Riechers, Michael T. Roberts, Curt Smith, Alfonso L. Tusa C., Joseph Wancho, Kurt Wells, Brian Werner, Chris Williamson, Gregory H. Wolf, and Jack Zerby.

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