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Sean Forman

Sean Forman was a mathematics professor at St. Joseph's University and is a baseball researcher. On April 1, 2000, he launched Baseball-Reference.com, which soon became one of the most popular statistical sites on the internet with a simplified format in an age of dial-up connections when fancier sites took forever to load, plus stats not covered in those forums. The site has greatly expanded since then and in 2005 the BR Bullpen was created to add biographical and historical information to the numbers. This site would not exist if not for the work of Sean. In 2006 he won the award for best oral research presentation at the annual SABR convention and in 2011 he was honored with the Henry Chadwick Award.

Sean grew up in Iowa and earned a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences form the University of Iowa. He became a tenured professor of mathematics and computer science at St. Joseph's university, but resigned in 2006 in order to devote his full attention to B-R.com.

[edit] Further Reading

  • Dan Levitt: "Sean Forman", in The Baseball Research Journal, SABR, Volume 40, Number 1 (Spring 2011), p. 123.

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