mlb_players_18 | R Documentation |

## Batter Statistics for 2018 Major League Baseball (MLB) Season

### Description

Batter statistics for 2018 Major League Baseball season.

### Usage

```
mlb_players_18
```

### Format

A data frame with 1270 observations on the following 19 variables.

- name
Player name

- team
Team abbreviation

- position
Position abbreviation:

`1B`

= first base,`2B`

= second base,`3B`

= third base,`C`

= catcher,`CF`

= center field (outfield),`DH`

= designated hitter,`LF`

= left field (outfield),`P`

= pitcher,`RF`

= right field (outfield),`SS`

= shortstop.- games
Number of games played.

- AB
At bats.

- R
Runs.

- H
Hits.

- doubles
Doubles.

- triples
Triples.

- HR
Home runs.

- RBI
Runs batted in.

- walks
Walks.

- strike_outs
Strike outs.

- stolen_bases
Stolen bases.

- caught_stealing_base
Number of times caught stealing a base.

- AVG
Batting average.

- OBP
On-base percentage.

- SLG
Slugging percentage.

- OPS
On-base percentage plus slugging percentage.

### Source

### See Also

`mlbbat10`

, `mlb`

### Examples

```
d <- subset(mlb_players_18, !position %in% c("P", "DH") & AB >= 100)
dim(d)
# _____ Per Position, No Further Grouping _____ #
plot(d$OBP ~ as.factor(d$position))
model <- lm(OBP ~ as.factor(position), d)
summary(model)
anova(model)
# _____ Simplified Analysis, Fewer Positions _____ #
pos <- list(
c("LF", "CF", "RF"),
c("1B", "2B", "3B", "SS"),
"C"
)
POS <- c("OF", "IF", "C")
table(d$position)
# _____ On-Base Percentage Across Positions _____ #
out <- c()
gp <- c()
for (i in 1:length(pos)) {
these <- which(d$position %in% pos[[i]])
out <- c(out, d$OBP[these])
gp <- c(gp, rep(POS[i], length(these)))
}
plot(out ~ as.factor(gp))
summary(lm(out ~ as.factor(gp)))
anova(lm(out ~ as.factor(gp)))
```