Feb
08

Fill your free time with FanGraphs splits

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With the Super Bowl behind us, our focus now turns to the 10 days remaining until pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training. Unfortunately, nothing much will happen that day, or in the days to follow. We’ll need something to fill our days, and college basketball only plays so many days per week. If you’re looking for some baseball related activities to fill your free time, why not check out FanGraphs splits? Over the past few years FanGraphs has provided us with heaps of data, and it all comes in handy in our analyses. They’ve now added another useful feature, allowing us to view the data through various lenses.

Want to see Curtis Granderson’s breakdown in 2009? Check his splits and you’ll see where he came up short. You can check it out for every player in the league, so hopefully that will keep you busy until we get to the good part of Spring Training 2010.

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  • Tom Zig

    The only thing FanGraphs doesn’t tell me is how Curtis Granderson faired against left handed finesse pitchers at home in night games when it is raining.

    • http://www.puristbleedspinstripes.com Rebecca-Optimist Prime (Optimovelist Primus)

      While wearing boxers instead of briefs

      • JMK the Overshare’s Mystique and Aura

        I know for a fact he wears thongs.

        • JMK the Overshare’s Mystique and Aura

          Giambi’d

  • Esteban

    Wow Granderson was terrible at home in 2009. That .306 wOBA is enough reason to predict a bounceback.

    • Brett Gardner’s Quadriceps

      He will improve….OR ELSE!!

  • Jerry Jersey

    Does anyone know where I could find a breakdown of a players stats at a particular stadium for their career?

    IE Jeter’s stats at Fenway

  • http://www.vimeo.com/fiveeightfoursix thisis ledavidisrael

    I have also been spending all my time with the fangraphs projections!

    My projections came out to have Hughes + Joba being > AJ even with a return to higher K/9 for AJ and a drop in BB/9 and in a whole lot less innings! Maybe it should be AJ to the pen!

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