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New to CBB: Historical Conference Tourneys & Standings

Posted by David Corby on March 5, 2014

Just a note that we've added conference tournament results going back to 2004 (with more to come soon). You can find the brackets on our conference summary pages.

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We've also re-formatted our conference standings page so that it's easier to follow. Each conference has its own sortable table, along with SOS, SRS, and a summary of AP rankings for all of the conference members, so you can see where every school stands as we head into conference tourney play...

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1914 and 1915 Seasons Added

Posted by sean on March 4, 2014

1914 Boston Braves Batting, Pitching, & Fielding Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com.

You can now follow the Miracle Braves season as we have added box scores, splits and gamelogs back to the 1914 season. This includes the entirety of the Federal League's existence.

Thanks for the miracle workers at RetroSheet we can now search through a cool 100 years of baseball box scores, gamelogs and splits. Check out the Data Coverage Page to see just how what we now do and don't have.

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Batting Gamelogs w Most Times Driven In By

Posted by sean on March 4, 2014

Rickey Henderson 1985 Batting Gamelogs - Baseball-Reference.com.

For the play-by-play era (roughly 1954 on), we've added information on who drove the player in the most times in a particular season. This appears just above the gamelog list. For instance, in 1985, Rickey Henderson was driven in 56 times by Don Mattingly, 31 times by Dave Winfield and 24 times by himself.

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Baseball Team Executives on Team/Year Pages

Posted by sean on March 4, 2014

If you look at a pre-2013 team season (back to about 1950) we now list GM, Farm Directors and Scouting Directors as applicable. This appears just under the team name in the top box, near where the manager can be found.

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PI Addition: Select Team Success as a Filter

Posted by sean on March 4, 2014

Play Index.

For many of the Play Index searches, we've added an option that allows you to filter the results by whether the team won the WS, the Pennant or even just made the playoffs. Enjoy.

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The Hockey-Reference.com Awards Update

Posted by Hans Van Slooten on March 4, 2014

We've added a number of new features to the site for those of you that are interested in player awards:

  1. Voting Results for Awards (going back to the 1923-24 season)
  2. NHL Stars of the Week and Month
  3. Links to awards from the player stat lines.

Voting Results for Awards

To see the voting results for an individual year, you can either go to the main awards index, or you can go to an individual award page and click on the Season that you want the voting results for.

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NHL Stars of the Week and Month

On the main awards index, you can find links to the NHL Three Stars Awards going back to the 2009-10 season. These awards took the place of the previous NHL Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week/Month awards:

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Awards on Player Stat Lines

Finally, we've added links on the yearly stat lines to all of the player awards to make them easier to find. For example, this is what Wayne Gretzky's stat line looks like:

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As always, we welcome your feedback and suggestions on these new features.

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College Basketball: New School Statistics Tables

Posted by David Corby on March 3, 2014

This morning we added new school statistics tables for seasons going back to 1997-98. In fact, we added four tables - one for school stats, one for opponent stats, and corresponding tables with advanced metrics like Pace, 3-Pt Attempt Rate, and Turnover Percentage.

This data was available previously - on our school season pages - but this provides the easiest way to see all 351 D-I schools in one place and with easily sortable fields, so you can find the top 3-point shooting school (Creighton - .421), or the school that's forced the most opponent turnovers (VCU - 541) - all with a single click.

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You can get to these new tables by clicking on the 'Stats' link when you're in the Seasons subsection of our site...

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Otherwise, you can find them by using the dropdown menu under 'schools'  - where you'll find four rows with links to past seasons - or by mousing over the 'seasons' link and clicking on 'School Stats'.

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Head-to-Head Results for Team/Season on Hockey-Reference

Posted by Hans Van Slooten on February 27, 2014

We've added head-to-head results to the team season pages that allow you to see how a team did against each other team in the league. It also provides a link to the Team Game Finder with all of those games selected.

To use it, go to a team season page and click "Head-to-Head Results" on the menu:

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To see the individual games, click on the last column next to the team you are interested in:

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As always, we welcome your feedback.

 

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New to BBR: Shooting Tables on Player Pages

Posted by David Corby on February 25, 2014

Today we added a shooting stats table to all of our player pages. The data goes back to the 2000-01 season and will be updated daily during the current season, as well.

 

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The main features include a breakdown of field-goal attempts by type (2P, 3P) and distance (0-3, 3-10, etc.) so you can easily see how often a player gets to the rim, or tends to settle for low-efficiency two point attempts. As an example, Lebron is getting to the rim on 40% of his attempts this season, his highest percentage ever. He's also taking fewer than 20% of his shots from 16+ feet and inside the 3-point line.

 

We also added the % of each field goal type that is assisted, as well as totals for dunks, corners 3s, and heaves (which we define as beyond half-court). DeAndre Jordan is currently out-dunking Dwight Howard 167 to 148 - over 80% of Jordan's shot attempts are within 3 feet of the basket.

Another extreme case is PJ Tucker, who takes over 85% of his 3-pt attempts from the corner, which you can see on our player shooting charts...

 

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