MGL tracks and analyzes regular season injury data in the 4 major North American professional sports. Our client list currently includes 22 NBA teams, 16 NFL teams, 19 NHL teams, and 8 MLB teams. Many teams review and verify our injury data on a weekly basis, including the Milwaukee Bucks, Orlando Magic, Phoenix Suns, and Portland Trail Blazers.
With an active subscription on the site you have access to multiple data formats.
- Team-by-team and player-by-player data is available directly on the website. The MGL site provides team and player injury data with visualizations (screenshots and descriptions below). You gain access to current season and historical injury summaries and analyses back to 2009 for NFL, MLB, NHL, and NBA (NBA back to 2015 at this time). Get Access Now.
- Want to know when a player was injured and what the injury type was? For new subscribers (subscriptions February 2018 or later) you also have access to team-by-team, player-by-player, AND game-by-game data through our exclusive Data Center. Screenshots and a description of the data are provided further below. Get Access Now.
Website Features with an Active Subscription
Game-by-Game Data Package with an Active Subscription (for new subscribers as of February 2018)
Members with an active subscription as of February 2018 will gain access to our Data Center where you can find game-by-game statuses for all players (available back to the 2010 season for most sports).
The complete data we collect is regular-season, game-by-game statuses for each player, for each team. For the different sports we track whether the
- player played (including up to 10 different stats on their in game performance depending on the sport)
- was injured (including basic details on type/nature of injury (knee MCL strain, concussion, finger fracture, etc.))
- was a healthy scratch, coach’s decision, or DNP (‘did not play’ or was the backup goalie and didn’t play)
- did not dress for the game (including inactive, in minors, suspended, personal leave, disciplinary leave, other)