The Kansas Baseball History Project (KBH) is a collaboration venue for researchers working on Kansas baseball history. Its purpose is threefold: to share research information; to provide a platform for crowd-sourced projects; and, to encourage communication among researchers and others with an active interest in Kansas baseball history.
KBH provides a repository for posting and updating Kansas baseball history datasets, and for posting reports by research contributors.
The site also includes a discussion forum, as well as links to online resources that may be of interest.
To explore the site, start with the Datasets & Reports page for a general introduction to the data process.
Most reports posted on the site are accessible to anyone with an interest. Also, anyone may contribute information without signing up. However, if you would like to participate in the discussion forum and have access to the spreadsheet files, you'll need to join the KBH network.
Photo is of the 1907 Lakin town team (courtesy of the Kearny County, Kansas Historical Society and Museum).
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