- Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) – http://sabr.org/
SABR, with more than 6,000 members is the world’s largest sports research organization. Arizona’s Flame Delhi Chapter is one of 70 regional chapters.
- Arizona Territories Vintage Baseball League – http://arizonavintagebaseball.com/
The ATVBBL plays games using 1860s rules. Teams are located throughout the state and play a schedule that begins in November and ends with a championship tournament in late April.
- Friends of Warren Ballpark – http://www.friendsofwarrenballpark.com/
Warren Ballpark in Bisbee is the oldest continuing professional ballpark in the U.S. Flame Delhi Chapter members Mike and Judy Anderson are in leadership roles in this group that is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the historic park.
- Examiner.com – http://www.examiner.com/baseball-in-phoenix/rodney-johnson
As the Arizona Baseball Examiner, Flame Delhi Chapter President Rodney Johnson covers a potpourri of Arizona baseball related topics.
- Play Ball: The Cactus League Experience – http://www.playballexperience.com/
Now in its fifth season of preserving and exploring the rich history of the Cactus League, Play Ball has exhibitions in four locations.
- Cactus League – http://www.cactusleague.com/
Half of Major League Baseball’s 30 teams now hold spring training in the greater Phoenix area. Schedules, trip planners and more are available on this site.
- Arizona Diamondbacks – http://arizona.diamondbacks.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=ari
Official site of Arizona’s Major League team.
- Arizona State University – http://www.thesundevils.com/sports/m-basebl/asu-m-basebl-body.html
ASU’s Sun Devils have one of the most prominent programs in all of college baseball with five national championships to their credit.
- University of Arizona – http://www.arizonawildcats.com/
In 2012 the Wildcats won their fourth NCAA championship.
- Arizona League – http://www.milb.com/milb/schedule/index.jsp?leagues=l121
The Arizona League is a rookie classification, affiliated, complex based league consisting of 13 teams. The teams play from June 20-September 1 at their parent clubs spring training sites. All games (with few exceptions) begin at 7 PM and are free and open to the public.
- History of Phoenix Minor League Baseball – http://www.usfamily.net/web/trombleyd/PhxMenu.htm
Flame Delhi Chapter member Dave Trombley has compiled information about minor league baseball in Phoenix using multiple sources. Dave has been a SABR member since 1993.
- Territorial Baseball in Arizona – http://baseballinaridland.blogspot.com/
Flame Delhi Chapter member John Tenney is writing a book about baseball in Arizona during its territorial days (pre 1912). John is sharing some of his research via a blog that gives a fascinating glimpse of hardball in Arizona’s pre-statehood period.
- Relief for You – http://reliefforyou.com/ or http://blog.reliefforyou.com/
Flame Delhi Chapter member Dr. Raymond Petras combines sports medicine with sports psychology. Baseball can be mentally and physically challenging. Injuries are expensive and cost teams championships. Learn how to improve performance and safety speed injury recovery.
- Nisei Baseball Research Project – http://www.niseibaseball.com/
Dedicated to sharing the Japanese American experience as seen through the American pastime.