Major League Baseball and National Basketball Association regular season data by team
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With the rise of sports statistics, especially sabermetrics in baseball, statistics have proven crucial not only for managing teams and assessing player value, but also for forecasting team and individual performance. In this data expedition, we provided undergraduates with detailed information about each team from every NBA and MLB game during the 2010-2011 and 2013 seasons, respectively. For baseball, for each of the 2430 games we have 23 batting stats (e.g. hits, runs batted in, homeruns) and 23 pitching stats (e.g. strikeouts, runs allowed). For basketball, we have 20 stats (e.g. field goals, free throws, rebounds), for each of the 1230 games.
CitationFutoma, Joseph; & McAlinn, Kenichiro (2014). Major League Baseball and National Basketball Association regular season data by team. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/10928.
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