I am extremely grateful to all of the sources for Baseball History Podcast. I have used all of the following sources from the beginning of BHP and have come to depend on each of them. I have only asked permission for one source and hope that the rest of the sources will forgive me.
I do not take any compensation for Baseball History Podcast. I do not receive any compensation for the sale of any books that are promoted in the Baseball History Podcast games or in the game scripts on http://baseballhistorypodcast.com/.
I appreciate the hard work of all the people behind the following sources; they have made it possible for me to do this Baseball History Podcast project.
This Date in Baseball History: www.nationalpastime.com/
Baseball Library: www.baseballlibrary.com/
Baseball Almanac: www.baseball-almanac.com/
The Baseball Biography Project: http://bioproj.sabr.org/
I also use various other sites depending on the player. It may be a site that belongs to the player or the player’s family. I usually try to give credit to the site in that game.
I sometimes use articles from various news sources that I find online. I usually try to give attribution to the newspaper in that game.
For the Baseball Dictionary segment I exclusively use the book The New Dickson Baseball Dictionary by Paul Dickson, (Harcourt Brace & Company, 1999 Edition) available at Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.
For Negro League ballplayers I use often use the book The Biographical Encyclopedia of the Negro Baseball Leagues by James A Riley, (Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2002 Edition) available at Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.
Jason Tucker is the “talent behind the scenes” for the Baseball History Podcast web site. For the first three years BHP went without an official web site. With out Jason’s help, BHP would still be without a web site. It has been a real joy for me every time I open the site.
Jason is a tech consultant and can be found at the following location:
Jason is also a fellow podcaster and is the host of the following podcasts: