Neat MLB stats site: Last30.com

Discussion in 'Houston Astros' started by VesceySux, Aug 16, 2006.

  1. VesceySux

    VesceySux Contributing Member

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    Maybe you know about this site. Maybe you don't. But I just found it earlier today, so I'm passing on the info.

    Last30.com tracks MLB stats and spits out some nifty line/bar graphs. Here are some examples:

    Houston Astros player batting averages over the last 30 games:

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    Brad Ausmus's batting average over the season:

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    Dan Wheeler's ERA over the season: (Our new closer?)

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    DISCUSS.
     
  2. SWTsig

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    ensberg is a hack.
     
  3. msn

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    Awesome graphs.

    Ausmus's slump blows me away. He was a career .260 hitter for a long time, which is only a little below average. Then he hit the entire 2nd half last year exceptionally well (for him), and started strong--I mean, in the beginning of JUNE dude's avg. was still over .300. I remember thinking how late in the year it was for Bradley to be over .300 and wondering how long he'd sustain it. I totally expected him to gradually drop down to .270 or so, but to go from there to .227 over the next 2 months is some serious slumping.
     
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    Scott is the only bright spot, besides Lance...
     
  5. VesceySux

    VesceySux Contributing Member

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    Why Preston Wilson is gone (on-base % for OFs in the last 30 games):

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    Wacko stat of the day (on-base % for 3Bs over the entire season):

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