This is our old blog. It hasn't been active since 2011. Please see the link above for our current blog or click the logo above to see all of the great data and content on this site.

Suggestions, v. May 13, 2009

Posted by Andy on May 13, 2009

It appears we just need to add a suggestion post every once in awhile, give it a suggestion tag and then link to the tag page. Here you go.

11 Responses to “Suggestions, v. May 13, 2009”

  1. redsock Says:

    Is it possible to get a list of each of a player's PA with RISP or in Close & Late situations -- like we can do with a pitcher's games against a certain club -- or just the season totals?

  2. Charles Saeger Says:

    A table of whither went each player's outs, for ground outs and air outs. List every position from 1 to 9 twice, once for ground outs, once for air outs, and give the total at the end. Don't count GDPs as two outs, and don't count bunts.

  3. JohnnyTwisto Says:

    Redsock, I might be overlooking an easier way, but you could search for a player's PA with RISP against a specific team using the Batter Event tool. For instance, Scott Rolen vs. the Yankees:

  4. ZimJim Says:

    this may seem a little arbitrary but i was wondering who had the most pinch hit appereances in a season without ever taking the field for a position (as in, pinch hit for the pitcher and then was replaced by another pitcher)

  5. dave Says:

    How many times has a player been a pinch hitter for an AB in an inning but then had another AB in the same inning?

  6. dave Says:

    It's too bad you guys can't do a PI for innings.
    (Most runs in an inning without an extra-base hit).

    Heck! You have the box scores for the games.

  7. dave Says:

    Most HR by a team in a game in which all the HR are from the same guy!

  8. Dan Franzen Says:

    Speaking of pinch hits, I know we can get the individual player's PH stats - and thanks for those - but do the all-time leaders appear on here anywhere? I see that Rusty Staub had 98 career pinch hits, which I think puts him in the top five or so, behind guys like Greg Gross and Manny Mota. Love the PH Index stat, too.

  9. dave Says:

    Can we do a splits category for players where the parameter is "shutouts" and/or "10 run games"
    For example, a player's stats when his team gets shutout and a list of stats when his team scores 10+ runs in a game.

  10. JohnnyTwisto Says:

    Not quite what you're looking for, but the site does have splits based on performance in wins and losses, and when the score is close or not.

  11. JSE Says:

    David Hernandez was the fourth Orioles starter to make his big league debut in 2009. What team had the most starting pitchers appear in their first big-league game -- or, more generally, featured the most major-league debuts (pitchers and position players) in a single season? (Besides the pitchers, the Orioles have Reimold and Wieters debuting, with the possibility of more to follow.)