Here's where you find out all sorts of neat splits, major league equivalencies, and park effects for minor league baseball players. Want to know more? Click the links above to toggle info boxes on this page.
News (9/10/2012): MLsplits is a dead project. Good news, though: You can bring it back to life. All data and source code has been made available on GitHub. Go to work, my friends. I would love to see it live on.
New! MLE Calculator: Roll your own MLEs for minor league players for 2011 that aren't in my database (yet).
Hot searches: Mike Moustakas, Brent Lillibridge, Yonder Alonso, Lonnie Chisenhall...
Fun reports: The minor league grinders: Top 30 Batters (by PA) from 2005-2010
This website is a visual representation of the open source data that Jeff Sackmann has graciously provided on his site, minorleaguesplits.com. We have abided by all the rules he set forth via the Creative Commons license he used. At least, we think so. If we screwed up, please let us know. Very little - basically none - of the information on this site was originally derived by Kyle Boddy and/or Driveline Baseball. We just transformed the data into a neat interface for people to check out. However, we are working on independently deriving MLEs, including pitcher stats.
The data spans from 2005-2010, because, well, that's what Jeff made available. We're also making the files we used on this site available as a free download. Pick up the full SQL dump (33 MB) in RAR format. The SQL dump is how I arranged the CSV files and is not Jeff's schema. Don't contact him for technical support on this product.
You may notice data missing from pages. If so, please contact me - kyle at drivelinebaseball dot com. However, please note that Rookie league and Short-Season A ball is intentionally omitted from park effects and MLEs. So don't email me about that.
Stuff I am thinking about adding:
Besides Jeff's data, ML Splits was developed entirely by Kyle Boddy in PHP 5.3.x, CodeIgniter 2.0, MySQL 5.0.9, and jQuery 1.5.1. We use Springloops v2 for VCS and Site5 for hosting. They are both awesome.
I also made the Advanced Baseball Injury Database if you are interested in that sort of thing.