Eric Enders, who was weaned on Vin Scully as a baby, has been obsessed with baseball history since he was nine years old and has been writing about it for two decades. His areas of expertise include ballparks, the Negro Leagues, Latinos in baseball, the Deadball Era, and his beloved Los Angeles Dodgers.
Eric is a former Research Librarian at the Baseball Hall of Fame Library in Cooperstown, New York. He currently operates Triple E Productions, a baseball research and editing service. His writing on baseball has appeared in The New York Times, Austin American-Statesman, Variety, MLB.com, Sports on Earth, and a variety of other publications and websites. Eric has written several books on baseball, including The Fall Classic: The Definitive History of the World Series and Ballparks: An Illustrated History. He's also contributed chapters and essays to dozens of other books, including The Fenway Project, Baseball Desk Reference, and Deadball Stars of the American and National Leagues.
After many years living in Austin and Cooperstown, he once again resides in his hometown of El Paso, Texas. He was elected to the El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame in 2016.
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