No and kind of. So no because there isn't any SQL server (that I could find) sitting there open to query, and there is no creation scripts ready to go (again, that I could find).
Now we get to the kind of. There is Bulbapedia which is a great resource with more information than most people could ever want. And it is built on Wikimedia, so it has an API. So you can query it and get out information. But, the API isn't the most straight forward. I've been trying to learn it for a little while, and I still haven't figured out how to pull out the list of pokemon from a page (that's very complicated in the first place). And they have disabled searching via the API by title... which is not helpful. If you can figure it out, you are a smarter (and braver) man than I.
An alternative to this is to just view the pages with lists of pokemon, copy and paste the tables, and use a script to convert the format.
Please do notice the license though. If you use their data, you can't do so commercially, you have to give them credit, and you have to share-alike.