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stat source

Postby Cubbiesyear » Mon May 04, 2009 1:55 pm

Anyone know where I can get some sabermetric type stats broken down by splits (pre/post All star break, lefty/righty, home/away)?

thanks.

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Re: stat source

Postby Grey » Mon May 04, 2009 2:00 pm

Try Fangraphs.
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Re: stat source

Postby Cubbiesyear » Mon May 04, 2009 2:15 pm

just went there, they don't seem to break it out by splits.

Thoughts on Berkman and a bit of research:
1. 1st/2nd half split in 08 was dramatic that being said his BABIP was considerably higher in 1H (higher than career avg) than 2H (lower than career avg).
2. Other peripherals (bb%, BB/k) remained consistent by half and career avg.
3. Contact rate dipped a bit in 2H (.817 vs. .786) but over the course of the year was at career avg (.800).
Here is where I noticed a big difference. his 2b's as a percent of hits were considerably higher than his career avg. (.265 vs. .225) and even higher in 2H than 1H (.280 vs. .258). His HR's as a % of hits was lower than his career avg (.167 vs. .200) and considerably lower 2H than 1H (.123 vs. .190).

2009 shows similar peripherals with a continued dip in contact rate and a horrible BABIP.

It seems as though the second half of last year and beginning of this year are not necessarily due to a dramatic decline in skills, but that might have something to do with it. Could one also read into the drop in HR% and increase in 2B% as a power decline or just coincidence? Is it fair to continue to expect 30+HR over the next few years or is it more likely 22 - 28?

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Re: stat source

Postby Grey » Mon May 04, 2009 2:32 pm

He might have some lingering pain in biceps from his spring training problem.
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If you want me to look at your team, post the team. Don't post a link to another site where the team is.
Have you given me all the info I need to judge your team? The number of teams in the league is a good start for the big overall questions.
Is your league H2H? Roto?
I don't know who's on your waivers. Don't just ask me who you should pick up. Give me names to choose from.
If you only have one team, post your team in your signature with the league parameters.
I don't know every single matchup for next week, so if you want me to choose a player for the following week and you think the matchups are important, tell me who they're facing.


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