Baseball Almanac is pleased to present the single most comprehensive Major League team statistics tool on the internet. Every single "official" league and every single Major League team's hitting statistics, pitching statistics, and fielding statistics can be accessed via this one single tool.

Statmaster gives YOU the ability to select the baseball statistics that YOU want to see. Pre-packaged team stat pages exist on every major site and you get only those baseball stats that they want you to see. We believe you deserve more and to that end we have joined forces with OuttaCyTE Web Technologies to bring you this truly dynamic, fully customizable, baseball team statistics tool with stats not found on any site on the Internet.

"Statistics are the lifeblood of baseball. In no other sport are so many available, and studied so assiduously by participants and fans." - Leonard Koppett in A Thinking Man's Guide to Baseball (1967)
S T A T M A S T E R

An Exclusive Baseball Team Statistics Tool


Statistical Sets / Display Order
Alphabetical (default) Baseball Encyclopedia Style
Green / Red Book Style Total Baseball Style
AB / HR
Home Runs
Secondary Average
AB / RBI
Intentional Bases on Balls
Singles
AB / SO
Isolated Power
Slugging Percentage
At Bats
On-Base Percentage
Stolen Base Percentage
Bases on Balls
On-Base Plus Slugging
Stolen Base Runs
Batting Average
Outs
Stolen Bases
Caught Stealing
Plate Appearances
Strikeouts
Doubles
Runs
Times on Base
Ground into Double Play
Runs Batted In
Total Bases
Hit By Pitch
Sacrifice Flies
Triples
Hits
Sacrifice Hits



Some wonderful quotations have been made about baseball statistics. Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a few gems:

    • "Baseball isn't statistics. Baseball is (Joe) DiMaggio rounding second." - Sportswriter Jimmy Cannon
    • "Statistics are about as interesting as first base coaches." - Pitcher Jim Bouton
    • "They both (bikinis & statistics) show a lot, but not everything." - Infielder Toby Harrah

Baseball statistics are an evolving / ever changing field of research. Tim Wiles, the Director of Research at the National Baseball Hall of Fame, was once asked if they would change the numbers on the plaques after researchers found inaccuracies. Wiles commented, "Some of these numbers acquire a kind of poetry to them. When somebody takes them away or changes them and says we've improved baseball record-keeping, it's someone else's loss."

Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac6h
Well if you're going to mention Chris (@C_RusIn), then I'll need to add a GREAT quote Bud Black made about him, a c… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac6h
Gene Stephens. 1st AL player to record 3-hits in an inning. Newspaper story, those who came before, those who joine… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac18 Jan
Willie Mays, in 1955, had 51 HRs & 24 SB, 1st in #MLB history with a 50-20 season. Brady Anderson, born OTD1964, di… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac17 Jan
Carl Hubbell went 23-12 in '33, won MVP & signed a new contract OTD1934, a $6,000 raise. On #BaseballAlmanac, you c… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac16 Jan
TRIVIA TIME: He died OTD1965. He set the still-standing #MLB record for triples in a season by a rookie. [Answer:… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac16 Jan
OTD1974: The Baseball Writers' Association of America (@officialBBWAA) put Mickey Mantle & Whitey Ford in the Hall… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac16 Jan
Happy Birthday Brooks Conrad. Born OTD1980, he hit a walk-off super slam, making a little #MLB history, making a li… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac16 Jan
CURT FLOOD: OTD1970 he filed a $1 million lawsuit against Commish Kuhn & MLB, alleging violation of federal antitru… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac15 Jan
It's only "Haderade" days until Opening Day 2020! Number 71 has been worn 70 times, first by Johnny Hodapp in 1929.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac15 Jan
NOT A TOPPS TYPO: Mike Marshall, born OTD1943, appeared in 106 games in 1974, setting NL / MLB record for most game… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac15 Jan
OTD1942: The President of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt, sent his "Green Light Letter" to the Commission… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac15 Jan
Baseball Movie Checklist: When "For The Love of the Game" was released, in 1999, we built this page, and we now hav… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac15 Jan
@expos_exposed You nailed it! The name stuck with him, and clearly inspired him to record the song later in his life.
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac14 Jan
#TuesdayTrivia: You know who that future #HOF pitcher is on the left (@ClaytonKersh22), but did you know Kersh face… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac14 Jan
OTD1928: Alfred James Reach passed away. His business, A.J. Reach Company, was once the largest manufacturer of spo… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac14 Jan
Happy Birthday to Terry Forster. DYK he once appeared on the David Letterman show AND he once recorded a novelty so… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac14 Jan
You are welcome Kyle, and if we can EVER make that piece of cake even better, please don't hesitate to let us know… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac13 Jan
Bob Forsch: Born OTD1950. DYK he was the first pitcher in MLB history to win a Silver Slugger Award? Read about his… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac12 Jan
Searching through OLD issues of The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) courtesy of Newspapers (@_newspapers) to find a sol… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Baseball Almanac@BaseballAlmanac12 Jan
Why is Bill Madlock happy? Because today is his birthday! And, he won four batting titles. And, he once made a litt… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Desktop Version