Leaderboards: Active Rosters

On the leaderboards, you can now filter by “Active Roster”, which currently displays the 40 man roster.

Please be aware of how this works:

– Team names next to a player are still denoted as the team they played on historically for the year of data selected.

– When you filter by active roster and you are looking at all players and not any specific team, it will show only players who are on active rosters.

– When you are looking at a specific team and you filter by active roster, it will show all the players who are as of this moment, on the active roster.

– If a player has never played in the Major Leagues, he will not show up on the Major League leaderboards.

We hoped you liked reading Leaderboards: Active Rosters by David Appelman!

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Thomas

I saw this earlier. cool.