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Amazinz wrote:I have not looked closely at your formula yet but using the classic BABIP formulas there is nothing strange about Harang. He's pretty close to where you would expect him to be and he hasn't been far above or below the team BABIP over the last three seasons. (Note: These numbers are slightly off because Lahman doesn't have SF for pitchers.)
The Loveable Losers wrote:do you have the career BABIP numbers for him?
The Loveable Losers wrote:Also, that .316/.304 looks way out of whack. I know it doesn't sound like much but when you consider how many plays end on a ball in play that's pretty significant.
The Loveable Losers wrote:I'd love to see team totals for BABIP versus Harang's totals for BABIP over his entire career averaged out (ie one number for Harang, one number for the team) in order to give us a large sample size from which to draw conclusions.
Amazinz wrote:Well the numbers I have are using the standard BABIP formula. What do you mean by outs made on the base paths?
Amazinz wrote:I don't understand how base running outs have relevance to the rate of hits on balls in play?
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