FanGraphs Chicago Meetup July 14

It’s that time of year again. Time to gather around adult beverages ($4 pints!) and appetizers (free thanks to FanGraphs and BeerGraphs!) and talk baseball with some of your favorite writers. Thursday, July 14th, at 7pm at the Rocking Horse in Chicago, FanGraphs has invited the writers below (and a few more off list) to come and be merry with you. This is a 21-and-over event — the BeerGraphers would have rioted if the beer selection wasn’t top notch — but if we keep packing these things, we’ll do more of these in different venues and styles.

See you soon.

The Rocking Horse, Chicago
Thursday, July 14th, 7-10pm

Eno Sarris, FanGraphs and BeerGraphs
Craig Edwards, FanGraphs
Matt Dennewitz, BeerGraphs
JR Shirt, BeerGraphs

Rob Arthur, FiveThirtyEight
Tim Baffoe, CBS Chicago
Andy Behrens, Yahoo
Ryan Davis, Baseball Prospectus
James Fegan, BP Southside
Cat Garcia, Baseball Prospectus
Jeff Gross, Hardball Times and SaBEERmetrics
Chris Kamka, CSN Chicago
Harry Pavlidis, Baseball Prospectus and BrooksBaseball
Dayn Perry, CBSSports
Anthony Rescan, Sydney Blue Sox of the Australian Baseball League
Mauricio Rubio, The Athletic Chicago
Dan Santaromita and Matt Cassidy, FutureSox
Sean Sears, Sports Mockery
Sahadev Sharma, The Athletic Chicago
Ethan Spalding, BP South Side
Brett Taylor, BleacherNation
Husnaa Vhora, Cubs Insider
Clarissa Young, BP Wrigleyville

With a phone full of pictures of pitchers' fingers, strange beers, and his two toddler sons, Eno Sarris can be found at the ballpark or a brewery most days. Read him here, writing about the A's or Giants at The Athletic, or about beer at October. Follow him on Twitter @enosarris if you can handle the sandwiches and inanity.

Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
6 years ago

Crazy question,but it Sharma a dentist? Seems like that name is familiar.

6 years ago
Reply to  Jim

You know Sharma is quite a common name among Brahmins in India, and Brahmins are more likely to turn up as doctors and dentists in the US. Odds are if you live near any major city, there’s a at least one Dr. Sharma in your area. Likely several, and several more who aren’t doctors.