Yesterday’s Leaders!

At long last, one whim of Carson Cistulli’s is now available on FanGraphs!

In the leaderboards, you can now view just yesterday’s stats!




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David Appelman is the creator of FanGraphs.


20 Responses to “Yesterday’s Leaders!”

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  1. Simon says:

    Meh.
    The day you show me tomorrow’s stats I’ll be impressed.

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  2. Mike says:

    Can you explain to me why the wRC+’s are different between Astros and Rangers? For example, you have 5 players who went 0 for 4: Castro, Carter, Andrus, Beltre, and Moreland. The Astros players are at -62 for wRC+; the Rangers are -70. Why the difference?

    Thanks

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  3. Jaejo says:

    Why is the constant for FIP set at 5.29?

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  4. Tage says:

    Where is Ankiel?

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  5. Adam says:

    Is Fangraphs going to start updating WAR daily? I can never remember seeing it after one game.

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  6. theetrain7 says:

    Right now we can check “yesterdays” stats and “last 7 days, 14 days”, etc…Would love to see a last 2 days, 3 days, 4 days, 5 days, 6 days, up to 10 days options…this way you can see how a player is doing in a series or on a long road trip/home stand. Thanks!

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  7. Matt says:

    Pitchers aren’t included in the Hitting reports. Clayton Kershaw looks like he should be about 5th in the Win Probability sort but he’s nowhere to be found:
    http://www.fangraphs.com/leaders.aspx?pos=all&stats=bat&lg=all&qual=y&type=3&season=2013&month=0&season1=2013&ind=0&team=0&rost=0&age=0&filter=&players=0

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  8. Wil says:

    Thanks David, you guys(& girls?) are awesome.

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  9. You Know Who says:

    Seasonal age (just like B-Ref) would be a nifty addition to the default FanGraphs player pages!

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  10. Tom Lyons says:

    This is awesome, but one thing that this site (or SOME site) DESPERATELY needs: umpire data.

    I can find any pitcher’s career totals against any hitter. I can’t find anything about a pitcher’s career totals with a certain home plate umpire.

    What do each umpire’s strike zones look like? How does the pace of a game change? This needs to be known.

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