Welcome to M-SABR!
Founded in 2016, Michigan Baseball and Sabermetrics Club is the university’s first-ever organization dedicated to sabermetrics—the advanced study of baseball. The site features research articles, weekly staff power rankings, opinion pieces, and more.
Our M-SABR Staff:
President – Billy Stampfl
Billy Stampfl is a sophomore majoring in Economics and minoring in Statistics. As President, he works with fellow executive officers to help the club grow and improve, while he also edits articles for the M-SABR website. Billy is from Chicago, Illinois, and his favorite team is the Cubs.
How to contact Billy:
Vice President – Hunter Satterthwaite
Hunter Satterthwaite is a freshman considering a major in Data Science. He is the club’s Vice President and assists with the day-to-day operations of the club. He is from Jackson, Michigan and his favorite team is the Detroit Tigers.
How to contact Hunter:
Director of Media Relations – Zane Harding
Zane Harding is a freshman looking to major in Economics. He is the club’s Director of Media Relations and runs its Twitter and Facebook pages. Zane also manages M-SABR’s website and acts as the group’s publisher. He is from Waterford, Michigan, and his favorite team is the Detroit Tigers.
How to contact Zane:
Editor in Chief – Max Smith
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Chief Financial Officer – Griffin Murphy
Griffin Murphy is a third-year Economics major and business minor with a strong interest in social policy. As the club’s Chief Financial Officer, he is responsible for working with the University of Michigan and third-party organizations on fiscal matters, while also managing the club budget and securing funding. Griffin is from Fairfield, Connecticut, and he is a die-hard Boston Red Sox fan.
How to Contact Griffin:
Financial Officer – Matthew Kikkert
Matthew Kikkert is a freshman at the University of Michigan pursuing a Business degree. He is an assistant Financial Officer for the club, working with Griffin Murphy on funding and spending matters, while he also writes articles analyzing front office decision-making in Major League Baseball. Originally from Grand Rapids, MI, Matthew’s favorite team is the Detroit Tigers.
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