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Sportradar is pleased to announce the addition of news and analysis from Associated Press (AP) to our Editorial Content API. AP is well-renowned for their unparalleled news coverage, delivery speed, and editorial quality. Enhance your product’s storytelling by leveraging unrivaled access, from the training grounds to the sidelines, for major US sports.
Everything is bigger in New York – but no-one is bigger than Aaron Judge, the New York Yankees’ 6-foot-7, 282-pound slugging outfielder that has taken Major League Baseball by storm. The 25-year-old rookie leads the American League in … well, just about everything, and the “Baby Bombers” are in first place in the American League East. The car-length California native has been nothing short of baseball’s most valuable player this season – as his MLB-best 4.1 WAR attests.
No starting pitcher has been more effective lately than Washington Nationals righty Max Scherzer. Over the last 30 days, the 32-year-old Scherzer has the lowest ERA among MLB starters at 1.13, ahead of C.C. Sabathia (1.21), Robbie Ray (1.30), Corey Kluber (1.61) and Brandon McCarthy (1.91). Over that stretch, no starting pitcher has struck out a higher percentage of batters than Kluber (39.7 percent), and no one is allowing a lower batting average against (.132) or has a lower WHIP (0.63), either.
Support for Additional Stage
NASCAR has announced that the Coca-Cola 600 race on May 28th will have an additional stage.
Sportradar is pleased to announce the availability of premium MLB Player and Coach Headshots.
In addition to our current MLB Headshots package, our new MLB Premium Headshots provide a transparent background with consistent composition, high resolution, and are available in more sizes.
With our new MLB Premium Headshots offering, you have two distinct advantages: transparent background versions which provide flexibility from a style and layout perspective and retina quality images that are optimized for high-DPI displays.
Quarterbacks come in all shapes and sizes. Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger is one of the best in the league, and he checks in at 6-foot-5, 241 pounds. Seattle’s Russell Wilson is also part of that elite class, despite being just 5-foot-11 and 206 pounds. New England’s Tom Brady is the best of the lot, and he’s somewhere in between at 6-foot-4 and 225 pounds.
While many NFL teams will be looking to add new wide receivers to their roster in this week’s draft, several teams already shored up this need via free agency. Let’s take a look at some of the bigger wide receiver signings with help from Sportradar’s Research Team and the NFL’s Next Gen Stats. The route maps displayed represent the route a receiver ran every time they were targeted in a specific game. Yard numbers represent the distance from the line of scrimmage. If you are interested in including NFL route maps in your content or in an app, please contact our sales team to learn more.
Sportradar is deeply committed to providing you the very best Major League Baseball data and content coverage. Take advantage of three new enhancements to our MLB API this season!
The Ponle Acento Initiative (v5 and v6)
In an effort to accommodate Major League Baseball’s Ponle Acento initiative, Sportradar will be adding Spanish accent marks to player names beginning on March 30th. This initiative was started by Robinson Cano last year in an effort to recognize the influence of the game’s Latino athletes.
This change will affect all feeds where players’ names appear. For example, Robinson Cano will now be Robinson Canó and Felix Hernandez will now be Félix Hernández. This change will only be present for players that have specifically submitted this request.