Where can I find baseball stats?
In many cases, statistical data is only a small part of these sites have to offer.
- ESPN. ESPN offers a variety of statistics on players who are currently active.
Who led MLB in the statistics during the 2013 season?
Major League Baseball Batting Leaders
|1.||Davis • BAL||370|
|2.||Cabrera • DET||353|
|3.||Goldschmidt • ARI||332|
|4.||Trout • LAA||328|
|5.||Jones • BAL||322|
What is the average MLB fielding percentage?
League Year-By-Year Fielding–Averages
What is a good fielding percentage for SS?
Career Leaders & Records for Fielding % as SS
|Rank||Player (yrs, age)||Fielding % as SS|
|1.||Omar Vizquel (24)||.9847|
|2.||Troy Tulowitzki (13)||.9846|
|3.||Freddy Galvis (10, 31)||.9837|
|4.||Jimmy Rollins (17)||.9834|
Where does baseball reference get its data?
There is a lot of data on the site. Some of it is ours and much of it comes from RetroSheet.org. This page attempts to show you a complete list of what we do and do not have on the site.
Who has the most HBP in baseball?
Below is the list of the top 100 Major League Baseball players who have been hit by a pitch the most during their MLB careers. Hughie Jennings holds the Major League record for most hit by pitches, getting hit 287 times in his career.
What are the fielding stats in baseball?
In baseball statistics, fielding percentage, also known as fielding average, is a measure that reflects the percentage of times a defensive player properly handles a batted or thrown ball. It is calculated by the sum of putouts and assists, divided by the number of total chances (putouts + assists + errors).
Who is the best SS ever?
Arky Vaughn is one of the greatest shortstops in MLB history. Photo credit (Wikimedia Commons)
What is a good fielding pct?
In order to qualify for major league career records for fielding average, a player must appear in 1,000 games at the position; pitchers must have at least 1,500 innings. The MLB record for team fielding percentage is currently held by the 2013 Baltimore Orioles, with a . 99104 fielding percentage.