**STATISTICAL
TOTALS**

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Batting/Fielding Statistical Totals

While in the Team Statistics or Team Roster screens, you may select the Change Columns command from the Action menu to display statistical totals for your players, both batters/fielders, and pitchers. The list of available statistics is as follows:

Stat Description

G Games played

AB At bats

R Runs

H Hits

1B Singles

2B Doubles

3B Triples

HR Home runs

RBI Runs batted in

SH Sacrifice hits

SF Sacrifice flies

HBP Hit by pitches

BB Bases on balls (walks)

IBB Intentional bases on balls

SO Strikeouts

SB Stolen bases

CS Caught stealing

GDP Ground into double play

Avg Batting average

OBP On-base percentage

Slg Slugging percentage

PA Plate appearances

Iso Isolated power. Iso is simply slugging percentage minus batting average. Iso of .200 or higher is very good. (Devised by Bill James.)

K/BB Strikeouts-to-walks ratio

RC Runs created. RC is a method of putting together basic stats in such a way as to give an idea of a player's overall offensive contribution. 100 runs created is a very good season. (Devised by Bill James.)

TB Total bases

SA Secondary average. SA evaluates the kind of things that don't go into a batting average. SA of .350 or higher is very good. (Devised by Bill James.)

Pro Production. Pro = OBP + Slg. Pro attempts to measure a player's rate of offensive production. (Devised by Pete Palmer and Dick Cramer.)

TA Total average. TA is another measure of a player's offensive output. (Devised by Thomas Boswell.)

The data displayed for each of the following fielding statistics are for the player's primary fielding position only.

Stat Description

GPos Games played at position

Inn Innings played at position

PO Putouts

A Assists

E Errors

DP Double plays

PB Passed balls

Pct Fielding percentage

Rng Range factor. Rng = (PO + A) * 9 / Inn. We include Rng for first basemen and catchers, although the large number of putouts each makes (first basemen on throws from other infielders, and catchers on strikeouts) do not reflect the player's own defensive ability. (Devised by Bill James.)

TC Total chances. TC = PO + A + E.

Pitching Statistics Totals

Stat Description

G Games played

GS Games started

GF Games finished (as a reliever)

IP Innings pitched

BFP Batters facing pitcher

W Wins

L Losses

Sv Saves

BB Bases on balls (walks)

IBB Intentional bases on balls

SO Strikeouts

AB At bats

H Hits

1B Singles

2B Doubles

3B Triples

HR Home runs

RBI Runs batted in

SH Sacrifice hits

SF Sacrifice flies

HB Hit batsmen

CG Complete games

ShO Shutouts

QS Quality starts. A starting pitcher makes a QS when he goes at least six innings and allows no more than three runs.

SBA Stolen bases allowed.

CS Caught stealing

R Runs

ER Earned runs

IR Inherited runners. A relief pitcher receives one IR for each runner on base when he enters the game.

IRS Inherited runners scored.

Hld Holds. A relief pitcher receives a Hold if he enters the game in a save opportunity (see below) and passes on the save opportunity to the next relief pitcher.

SvOp Save opportunities. A relief pitcher receives a SvOp if he receives a Save, or if he enters the game in a save situation and gives up the lead.

WP Wild pitches.

Avg Opponent's batting average

OBP Opponent's on base percentage

Slg Opponent's slugging percentage

K/BB Strikeouts-to-walks ratio

Pct Winning percentage. Pct = W/W+L

Sv% Save percentage. Sv% = Sv/SvOp

ERA Earned run average. ERA = ER*9/IP

RAT Ratio. Ratio = (H + BB)/IP. Ratio is a common fantasy league statistical category.

K/9 Strikeouts per 9 innings pitched

BB/9 Walks per 9 innings pitched

H/9 Hits per 9 innings pitched