Baseball historian Gary Livacari is a long-time member of the Society for Baseball Research (SABR) who enjoys writing about baseball. His forte is identifying ballplayers in old photos. For many years he did player identifications for the Baseball Fever web site. He was also an editor for the Boston Public Library Leslie Jones Baseball Project, helping to identify ballplayers in almost 3000 photos from the 1930s and 1940s. He has written biographies for the SABR Bioproject, plus numerous published articles and book reviews.
Gary Livacari is the co-editor of the Old-Time Baseball Photos Facebook page which has grown to over 75,000 followers; and he is also the developer, administrator, and editor of the Baseball History Comes Alive web page, which also enjoys a large following. He has written two other books: Memorable World Series Moments, and Paul Pryor In His Own Words -The Life and Times of a 20-Year Major League Umpire.
Gary and his wife Nancy reside in Park Ridge, Illinois. He can be contacted at: Livac2@aol.com.