Episode 085 — Bruce McClure: Playing a Minor League Mascot, Baseball Memories as Medicine & Why What You Think About SABR is Probably Wrong

Bruce McClure lives in New Hampshire and grew up attending Red Sox games at Fenway with his dad. He is a membership ambassador for the Society for American Baseball Research, the chair of the Northern New England Chapter, and manages the social media for an incredible group called the SABR Baseball Memories Committee. We discuss why the perception most people have of SABR is incorrect, how there is something for everyone, and how helping Alzheimers patients reminisce about baseball memories can improve quality of life.

We also discuss what it’s like to work in the minor leagues, the perks of being a SABR member, and what about Citi Field made a double header an incredible experience for Bruce and his wife Molly.

Find Bruce Online:
Facebook: @brucemcclurenh
Twitter: @BruceMcClureNH
Instagram: @brucemcclurenh
Website: dispatchesfromnewhampshire.com

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