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Yearly Debuts with Expanded Biographical Information

Posted by admin on April 18, 2013

2013 Major League Baseball New Debuts - Baseball-Reference.com.

We've always had a list of the players who debuted in a particular year, but I just added a biographical table to go along with the batting, pitching and manager tables that gives very detailed biographical information for every player to debut in a season. This data includes: how signed, age on debut, link to debut game, height, weight, bats, throws, place of birth and given name.

To get to this page, go to the league front page and mouse over the "Other" menu option and click on "New Debuts".

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Added Non-P and Pitcher Batting to Team Batting Stats Summary

Posted by admin on April 17, 2013

1972 Boston Red Sox Batting, Pitching, & Fielding Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com.

It's a small thing, but if you go down to the team batting stats now, you'll see a line for the team total, the non-pitcher batting stats and the batting stats for the pitchers. The stats here are grouped by the player's primary position for the year. So if a pitcher played a bit in the field, we'll still include all of his stats in the Pitcher Total line.

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40-Man Roster, Current Payroll, and Uniform Number Pages – Baseball-Reference.com

Posted by admin on April 15, 2013

Royals 40-man Roster / Royals Payroll

I've added current (as of 5am each morning) 40-man rosters to the team-year pages, and I've also added new pages for Payroll and Uniform numbers. These tables aren't new, but I've split them off by themselves to make things a bit more clear since they can vary by what year you are looking at.

See the image below for the location of the links.

2013 Kansas City Royals Roster (40-man) - Baseball-Reference.com

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2013 Teams Pages with Injury Reports & Newsfeed

Posted by admin on April 15, 2013

Just like on the player pages, we have a newsfeed and injury report for each MLB team on their 2013 team pages.

It appears just above their batting stats. See the screenshot below for details.

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Support Baseball-Reference.com, Sponsor a Page

Posted by Neil on April 12, 2013

Sponsoring a page is fun, fast, and easy way to support what we're doing here at Baseball-Reference. With a sponsorship, you can:

  • Show your support for your favorite player or team.
  • Drum up traffic for your own site & draw in fans with a common interest.
  • Get some well-deserved recognition for your support of B-R.
  • Make your voice heard by the tens of thousands of people who visit Baseball-Reference every day.

Here's all you have to do to get involved:

  1. Create a membership account.
  2. Find the page(s) you'd like to support, and click "sponsor" (available pages).
  3. If the page you want is already sponsored, click "Alert Me!" to be informed when the current sponsorship expires.
  4. Follow the instructions to create your message and make your payment.
  5. Your message and links will be visible on the page after we approve them (usually in less than 24 hours).

And who knows, if you're clever enough, your message might end up on lists like these (or podcasts like this).

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2013 Minor League Baseball League Encyclopedia

Posted by admin on April 5, 2013

2013 Minor League Baseball League Encyclopedia

Our minor league section is off and running today with daily updated stats for every league currently underway.

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Japanese (Nippon Pro Baseball-NBP) League History and Current Standings and Stats

Posted by admin on April 5, 2013

Japanese (Nippon Pro Baseball-NBP) League History & Current Standings

Baseball-Reference.com currently has full player stats for Japanese baseball updated daily and also back to 2007. Team standings, rosters, and team statistics go all of the way back to the inception of the Central and Pacific Leagues in 1950. Prior to 1950, various seasons may also have roster and standings information.

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Foreign High School & Secondary School Alumni in the Majors

Posted by admin on April 5, 2013

High School & Secondary School Alumni in the Majors

We've always had the high schools of foreign MLBers in our database, but didn't have the schools listed on our schools directories. Here are the foreign high schools that have had an MLBer.

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Play Index Split Finders

Posted by Neil on April 2, 2013

Now that the season is upon us, here's a reminder about our Play Index Split Finder tools, which we believe will add an incredible new element to your research capabilities:

So, what can you do with these?

Each is set up in a similar fashion, so let's use the Player Batting Split Finder as an example. For starters, you can tell it to find Individual Seasons, Totals Spanning Seasons, or Career Totals, depending on your preference, and set the usual range of PI options -- year ranges, teams, age, season, active/retired, etc. The big attraction of this finder, though, is on the right side of the form, which allows you to choose split types and stats to sort on.

The split types are any of those which you can find on a player's split's page, and you can just sort on those if you want. For instance, here are the lefty batters who had the most HR against left-handed pitchers in the last 30 years.

Even cooler is the ability to select the "Compare this split to the player's season/career totals" option, which calls up a dialog where you can set a minimum overall requirement (playing-time or otherwise) and the choice to sort by the percentage of the player's total within the given split. An example of this would be, among batters in the last 30 years with 30+ HR in the whole season, who had the highest percentage of their HRs in the second half of the season.

There's also an option to find the difference between the player's stat in the split and his overall number, which works best for rate stats. For example, which hitters had the biggest boost in OPS vs "power pitchers" compared to their overall career OPS?

The Pitching Split Finder works the same way, but it also adds the option to view the output in the form of traditional pitching stats (IP, ERA, etc), the opponent's batting line, or both.

The team finders are similar in function, allowing you to find things like the teams who got the most IP from pitchers age 36 or older, or teams whose leadoff hitters created the highest percentage of their runs.

Needless to say, these examples barely scratch the surface of the kinds of queries you can run with these new tools, so please play around with it and have fun finding incredibly obscure splits! And as always, email us with your questions, comments, and bug reports.

3 Comments | Posted in Announcement, Baseball-Reference.com, Features, Play Index

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