New Dropdown Search

We now have new search functionality, which will hopefully allow you to get to the player pages much faster than before.

Typing something in the search box will now display a drop-down of all the players you searched for, just as would have been displayed on the actual player search page. You are still able to hit enter and get to the old search page if you want.

One additional note is that when the search bar is empty, the drop down displays a list of the most popular Major League and Minor League players on FanGraphs.

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David Appelman is the creator of FanGraphs.

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  1. Tom says:

    This is so much better.

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  2. jevant says:

    Daniel Murphy is presently the most popular major league player on Fangraphs? Am I reading this right?

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    • Well-Beered Englishman says:

      This has to be the only baseball website where the top 10 includes Daniel Murphy, Cliff Pennington, Brett Wallace, and Darin Ruf.

      I’m going to click Daniel Murphy’s name because quite frankly I do not even know what the hell team he plays for.

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  3. vivaelpujols says:

    Who the hell is darin ruf?

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  4. odditie says:

    Now please just add QS data and I’ll be so very happy!

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  5. P3U says:

    It’s not working on my iPad

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  6. Grand Admiral Braun says:

    This is why I love all things FanGraphs. Jose Cano is literally one click away.

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  7. chuckb says:

    Awesome. Thanks for this.

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  8. Kyle says:

    Very nice!

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  9. RA Rowe says:

    so sessy

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  10. RA Rowe says:

    can you put in an easter egg where if you search “Cistulli,” the top result either is Charlie Blackmon or Max Scherzer?

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  11. asdfasdf says:

    Yes! Thanks! Previously, for example, I would type in Austin Jackson and it would ask if I meant Justin Jackson.

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