A match made in heaven?

April 5, 2012 · 0 comments

John Thorn, MLB’s official historian, posted this piece about the launch of a new program, the Baseball Memory Lab.

As Thorn explains:

Baseball Memory Lab is a collaboration of MLB’s Origins Committee, which I chair, and MLB.com. Focusing on the intersection of personal history and baseball, this new forum  initially will spotlight two aspects of the game’s history—the origins and evolution of baseball and fan-submitted memories and recollections.

(Thorn’s post links to several other pieces which goes into great detail about the Memory Lab.)

So I got to thinking about the advisability of coupling this with Andy Strasberg’s Baseball Fantography project. Not too shabby, I would think.

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