Mark Armour is a writer, film lover, music enthusiast, baseball nut and dog companion living in Corvallis, Oregon. After 40+ years as a student or professional in computer science, Mark retired in April 2021 and now has more time to spend on his passion for baseball research and writing.
Mark has written extensively about baseball, and is particularly expert on labor relations, baseball integration, baseball cards, and biography. Joining SABR in 1983, Mark has made extensive contributions to the organization over the past four decades.
Advisor to the Baseball Hall of Fame on what became their Shoebox Treasures permanent exhibit, which opened in 2019.
New Book: Intentional Balk
In 2022 Dan Levitt and I produced our third collaboration, Intentional Balk, published by Clyde Hill Publishing. To learn more, click on the book image to the left.
See especially our Op-Ed in the Seattle Timeson May 28.
**NEW**: On February 2, 2023, we learned that we had won SABR's Seymour Medal for the best book of baseball history or biography published in 2022.