Sports Reference frequently receives requests for data. We make every effort to simplify the manual retrieval of small amounts of data from our web sites (e.g., most of our tables can be converted to CSV format). However, our company spends a lot of time, effort, and money producing and checking the data we publish, and as such we can not freely give away large amounts of data that we produce. We are also not able to provide custom datasets for anyone other than our company's closest partners.
If you are interested in obtaining a large amount of data, please contact one or more of the following companies or organizations. Please tell them that we forwarded you to them.
Baseball Info Solutions Contact: Jim Capuano, 630-235-3322 or at jimcapuano at aol.com BIS provides a wide array of baseball data. XMLTeam Contact: info at xmlteam.com XMLTeam provides xml-based statistics for professional and college sports. Gary Gillette 24-7 Baseball, L.L.C. email: GGillette at 247Baseball.com 24-7 Baseball focuses primarily on historical stats and can provide baseball (obviously), but also NFL, NBA and college football and basketball data. Baseball-Databank.org Unsupported free dataset for major league baseball full-season stats. RetroSheet.org RetroSheet has free downloadable files that allow you to create mlb play-by-play accounts of the games. They also have gamelogs for each team for every season in mlb history. You may be able to find help with the files on the RetroList yahoo group.