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Postseason Game Previews

Posted by Sean Forman on October 12, 2009

Monday, October 12, 2009 Game Previews - Baseball-Reference.com

There are a lot of balls in the air behind the scenes at Baseball-Reference.com and one of the places they tend to hit the ground is at the interface between regular and postseason stats.

I've fixed a couple of issues with the regular and postseason stats. The game previews for postseason games now combine regular and postseason stats in (what I think) is a sensible way.

The batter vs. pitcher tools now include an option for including postseason stats as well. For example, here is Cliff Lee vs. the Rockies including postseason stats or just with regular season stats. Please let me know whatever issues you find.

This entry was posted on Monday, October 12th, 2009 at 4:36 pm and is filed under Administration, Pitcher vs. Batter, Postseason, Site Features. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

3 Responses to “Postseason Game Previews”

  1. If I choose "playoffs" in the drop-down menu, I get nothing.
    It's only when I check "include postseason" that I get post season stats.
    Aren't playoffs and postseason the same thing?

    Clicking "career" in the drop-down menu gives stats and the added postseason check box works for that but not for "playoffs"

  2. Dave,

    Thanks, I've removed the playoff option.

  3. Now there's no way to find postseason stats alone.
    We have to go total full stats and that ain't good either.
    How can I find just postseason batter/pitcher or pitcher/batter stats?