ENHANCED API FEATURES AND GREATER DATA DEPTH
In advance of the 2017-2018 NHL season, we are pleased to announce our NHL Official API v5 is now available. We’ve added new features and greater depth to the most comprehensive live NHL data coverage on the market provided from our exclusive partnership with the NHL and their proprietary Hockey Information Tracking System (HITS).
FEATURING A 300% INCREASE IN DATA DEPTH
With the Cricket API v2, we’ve grown our data depth significantly for cricket competitions around the world.
On the surface, it’s easy to see that this isn’t the Eddie Rosario of previous seasons. The 25-year-old Twins left fielder has already set career-high marks in walks and home runs, and he’s hitting .295/.337/.502 on the season. That’s a .840 OPS for a hitter who came into the season a career .268/.292/.443 hitter — a 105-point OPS increase.
The Colorado Rockies won 75 games last year, but have already banked 67 wins this season with six-plus weeks remaining. While they sit a whopping 19 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers – the best record in baseball, by a mile – in the National League West, the Rockies are in the driver’s seat for one of the league’s two wildcard berths.
Official NFL Headshots
Sportradar is pleased to announce the availability of the Official NFL Player Headshots for the 2017-18 NFL Season.
CYCLING DATA FOR ALL UCI WORLD TOUR EVENTS
Access rider, team, race, and result information for every Union Cycliste International (UCI) World Tour event, including Tour de France and Giro d’Italia. Integrating Sportradar’s new Cycling API is straightforward as it follows our global structure and utilizes consistent IDs.
Sportradar is the Official Provider of Real Time NBA League Statistics
Beginning with the 2017-2018 season, Sportradar will be the Official Provider of Real Time NBA League Statistics, collected on-venue using the NBA Global Statistical System (NGSS). Our partnership with the NBA ensures that our NBA Official API provides the most comprehensive NBA data with professional quality and venue-level speed and accuracy.
At 5-foot-8 and just 180 pounds, Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Marcus Stroman might not look like much to the untrained eye. However, the diminutive 26-year-old righty packs a significant punch on the mound, and it’s a reason why he’s been one of the few bright spots on a team with a 54-60 record heading into his start on Friday night.