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Saberseminar 2024: Tickets Available and a Call for Abstract Submissions

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Sabermetrics, Scouting, and the Science of Baseball–or Saberseminar, for short–is a charity conference that brings together baseball fans, sabermetricians, data scientists, and MLB front office personnel. Over a weekend in August (this year, Aug. 24-25) at the Illinois Tech campus in Chicago, some of the game’s best researchers, coaches, students, doctors, and scientists congregate to meet, share the latest findings, maybe attend a baseball game and hang out. Last year, Saberseminar featured talks from baseball physicist Alan Nathan, Baseball Prospectus researcher Jonathan Judge, Brewers VP of Research and Innovation Dan Turkenkopf, and Chicago White Sox Pitching Coach Ethan Katz, among many others. Several authors from Baseball Prospectus will be in attendance and discussing their research as well.

All proceeds from Saberseminar go to charity causes like the Alliance to Cure Cavernous Malformation. Tickets are heavily discounted for students and scholarships are also available for students from underrepresented backgrounds. Buy tickets early at a discount rate or consider submitting an abstract to give a talk at the conference; any baseball-related research or topic is welcome!

For more information, visit https://www.saberseminar.com/ or email saberseminar@gmail.com with questions. We hope to see you there!

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