Major League Baseball has begun collecting a set of physics data under the name "Statcast", including such information as the exit velocity of notable home runs. I would like to know if this data is permanently archived somewhere, so that I can give stable references to it (e.g. in a paper).
All I have found so far is the "Statcast Leaderboard", which shows, e.g. the longest or fastest home runs of the season (or postseason) to date. But presumably the leaderboard data will eventually be replaced with next season's data. Even during a season, a particular home run might "fall off" the leaderboard. So if I refer to that particular home run in my paper, readers may eventually not be able to find the data to verify it, unless I can give a link to some permanent home for the data.
Is there such a "permanent home" for this data, provided either by MLB or someone else?