PITCHf/x Leaderboards

The leaderboards now have PITCHf/x data available.

All the functionality of the leaderboards should work with the new data, including custom leaderboards and custom player lists.

If you notice any issues, please let us know.

Also a quick note about qualified players. If you’re looking at multiple seasons for qualified players, it now defaults to 1000 PA or 300 IP. Single season qualified criteria remains the same. (Hat tip: Tangotiger)




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David Appelman is the creator of FanGraphs.


7 Responses to “PITCHf/x Leaderboards”

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  1. thomas says:

    Wow absolutely perfect, just what I wanted.

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  2. ElJosharino says:

    And there goes my Tuesday. Good thing I wasn’t going to do much with it anyway.

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  3. BoSoxFan says:

    David, a SwStrike% for pitch f/x would be pretty easy. Just do (pitches x Swing% x (1-contact%))/Pitches

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  4. Barkey Walker says:

    First of all, this is great.

    One little point, when I click on a column (say wSL/C) it sorts it in ascending order with all the players who never thew the pitch first. So I said, I’m interested in sliders and it showed me the guys who never throw them followed by the guys who shouldn’t throw them. This is somewhat counterintuitive. I would have hoped it showed me the top slider pitchers (by this metric).

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  5. Woodman says:

    On the player pages, in the Pitch F/x Pitch Values section, there are two wSL columns and no wCU column.

    That said, I absolutely love this update!

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