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Major League Players Elected to Hall of Fame as Players
Includes 2019 BBWAA-elected inductees Mariano Rivera, Edgar Martinez, Roy Halladay, and Mike Mussina. 31 variables for each player. Team=primary team; BBWAA=Baseball Writers Association of America; Bat: R=right, L=left, B=both; WAR=Wins Against Replacement: number of wins the player added to the team above what an "average" replacement player would add. CS=caught stealing. OPS=On-base Plus Slugging; as a rule of thumb, a "good" OPS is a value that when divided by 3 results in a value that would be considered a "good" batting average. Other variables are hopefully self-explanatory.

This data set was originally uploaded to StatCrunch by the treiland user.
statcrunch_featuredNov 13, 201937KB306
Top 25 MLB pitching performances, 2008
Stats for the top 25 pitchers in the MLB, 2008.
cdcummings12Apr 3, 20092KB214
Qualified Pitchers 2013 Season
Data on all qualified pitchers for the 2013 season.
msullivan13803Oct 20, 20137KB82
Fastball Velocity and Batting Avg Against 2013
Average fastball velocity and batting average against for pitchers with more than 30 innings pitched as of Sept. 17, 2013
treilandSep 17, 201314KB36
Fastest exit velocity hits given up by pitcher
This data compares exit velocity and distance of the fastest velocity hits given up by pitchers this past year in the MLB. It compares the exit velocity and distance of the hit as the numerical variables. What we can observe is the distance by the exit velocity of each hit and how they correspond to one another. The categorical variables are the batter who hit them and the result of the play. The data compares only five batters in the MLB (who all had numerous hits in the fastest exit velocity) and five different results (homerun, double play etc.) We can see how the velocity and distance could affect the various results of plays by batters. I choose this data because I like to watch baseball and I thought it would be interesting to show a different sort of dataset that baseball watchers don't typically look at.
willmaldonado2013Jan 25, 20182KB35
MLB stats.mht
Here is data that shows the ERA for the top 50 pitchers in baseball.
areed1991Aug 27, 2009390KB71
Pitchers
Reference: Branch Rickey, Good-Bye to Some Old Baseball Ideas, Life Magazine, August 2, 1954.
Authorization: free use
Description: Branch Rickey presents the leading baseball pitchers of the period 1920 to 1950, ranked by earned run average (ERA). He also presents additional statistics related to pitching performance (ERA).
Number of cases: 12
Variable Names:
HITS: hits per 100 at bats
CON: Control = 100(bases on balls+hit batsmen) / (hits+bases on balls+ hit batsmen)
CLU: Clutch = 100(earned runs) / (hits+bases on balls+hit batsment)
SO: Strikeouts = 100(strikeouts) / (hits+bases on balls+hit batsmen)
ERA: Earned run average = earned runs per nine innings pitched
ds-12%scAug 11, 2008508B85
league_leaders.jsp?c_id=mlb&Submit=Submit&sortByStat=ERA&baseballScope=mlb&statType=2&timeFrame=1&timeSubFrame=2009
This data shows the ERA for the top 50 pitchers in baseball
areed1991Aug 27, 2009114KB26
Home Runs by non pitchers, 1999 NY Yankees
This is a list of home runs hit by non-pitchers on the 25-man roster of the New York Yankees in 1999
ddelongSep 4, 2012105B31
Jacquelyn Lininger- Starting Pitcher in MLB Stats
My data describes the starting pitchers for a variety of major league baseball teams. I collected data on 31 different pitchers on 6 teams. For each pitcher I examined how many recorded Wins they have, Losses they have, their Win-Losses Percentage, and their ERA. These are all numerical variables. The Win-Losses Percentage goes up or down depending on how many wins the pitcher has. My categorical variables were pitching handedness and batting handedness. Most people may assume that right handed pitchers bat right handed, however my sister and I are both right handed pitchers that bat left handed, so I wanted to see how common this was in MLB. I picked to do baseball because I love softball and since there is no Major League Softball, I chose the next best thing. I chose to compare wins and losses because it is something that has a relationship with win-losses percentage. I chose ERA because being a pitcher myself, I find it interesting to compare my ERA with some of the Major League Pitchers. My personal ERA for last year was 3.57 close to some of the ERA’s of Major League Pitchers. I also have an .819 win-loss percentage, putting me about the same with Corey Kluber, the pitcher with the highest percentage on my list.
18linijJan 26, 20181KB23
TSUB exer_8_8.txt
Situational statistics for 20 pitchers for the three-year period 1997-1999.
albertNov 29, 20161KB3
TSUB exer_2_23.txt
Birthyear and ERA for pitchers inducted in the baseball Hall of Fame.
albertNov 29, 20161KB2
National League Cy Young Winners (1967-2015)riestradaJun 1, 20163KB174
Top 25 MLB Pitching, Spring Training 2009, as of 4/3/09cdcummings12Apr 3, 20092KB220
Pitcher trainingkalkNov 3, 2016473B256

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