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Split Finder Allows you to Excludes Incomplete Results when PBP is Missing

Posted by sean on May 5, 2014

This is a subtle one, but as you may know play-by-play and ergo certain split data like platoon info and count data is not complete back to 1914. We have 100% of play-by-play back to 1973 and the 98%+ back to 1954. Details Here.

So we are now allowing you to exclude the split seasons from the Play Index Split Finder where incomplete totals may occur, so a pre 1973 platoon split, or a pre 1988 by count split.

See the location of this checkbox below.

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Play Index Split Finder.

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3 Responses to “Split Finder Allows you to Excludes Incomplete Results when PBP is Missing”

  1. Charles Saeger Says:

    Thanks! Any chance we can get raw ground/air outs and balls and how many of each were pulled?

  2. Bryan Cole Says:

    This is the wrong place for this question, but what the heck: the Mets pitchers are something like 0-for-50 to start the season. I'd like to find "the longest hitless streak for a group of pitchers to start a season," but I can't figure out how to do it in the Play Index. Can you help?

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