2009 Up And Running

After a bit of a delay, looks like everything is up and running with 2009 stats (all of one game). UZR is the only thing not yet updated and I’m hoping to start updating that either later this week, or during the weekend.

We had issues with live data last night, but we believe them to be resolved and plan to start having all the live games starting today. There might be a few issues to work through in the first week, but hopefully everything will 100% working by week 2 at the very latest. Thanks for your patience.

Oh, and as a peace offering we’ve snuck in 2002-2004 pitch type & velocity data.



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David Appelman is the creator of FanGraphs.


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Hero 3
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Hero 3
7 years 5 months ago

I love the new pitch type stats! Surprised Randy Johnson only averaged 94.5 mph on fastballs in 2002. And Pedro at 90 mph? A testament to the greatness of his changeup, I suppose.

raysparty
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7 years 5 months ago

Pitch f/x was back then or was it something else?

Samg
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Samg
7 years 5 months ago

Any chance for you to add the Win Prob stuff to the career leaderboard and update the homepage with this years stats?

bballfan09
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bballfan09
7 years 5 months ago

And what happened to showing the last play while watching a game and you said you were going to add commenting, Batting order is missing, as are all non-raw stats other than WPA.

bballfan09
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bballfan09
7 years 5 months ago

And any hope for a live game score?

bballfan09
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bballfan09
7 years 5 months ago

the bill james stat.

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bballfan09
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bballfan09
7 years 5 months ago

All of the live game stuff is missing B/O, etc

Scappy
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Scappy
7 years 5 months ago

It would be interesting to add a comments section to the game graphs. Then I would have some where to say “holy crap. 6 line drive hits in the span of 5 innings is not a good way to start the season.”

Samg
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Samg
7 years 5 months ago

What about standings?

Boozer
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7 years 5 months ago

This might be a dumb question.

In last nights Cub game in the 9th inning, Geoff Blum hit a fliner that bounced of Milton Bradley’s glove and was somehow ruled a hit.
Blum’s “hit” raised the WPA from 9.2% to 21.2%.

What would be the accurate conclusion for what Milton Bradley’s poor defense cost the Cubs on that one particular play?

Ryan
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Ryan
7 years 5 months ago

Once things get rolling, what time do you expect the stats to be updated each morning?

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