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RedsMan3203
04-04-2007, 03:01 AM
I need to build a Excel Spreadsheet that takes stats and puts them with the correct players spot... I've gotten that taken care of...


Now... here is the rock in the tight spot....

Its for a game I play (www.jockstocks.com) and they use ER, where as I'm pulling ERA from the site I am using.

I know that ERA is [Earned Runs/(Innings Pitched X 9)] - Is there a way to reverse this and get ER out of it? (of course not!)

Or do you know of a site that lists alot of players on it with the stats for pitchers being...

Wins, Saves, Strikeouts, Earned Runs, Walks, Hits?

I used to use ESPN - but their fantasy stats are messed up right now so i'm pretty much starting over....

I know, pretty much useless post... I've answered all my questions already.

AtomicDumpling
04-04-2007, 03:34 AM
Yahoo Sports lists ER and all the other stats you mentioned.

Cyclone792
04-04-2007, 03:40 AM
Fan Graphs (http://www.fangraphs.com/) is a great site for pitching statistics since they include K/9, BB/9, K/BB, HR/9, BABIP, among other pitching statistics, including all the basic stats that you're looking for. Here's Aaron Harang's (http://www.fangraphs.com/statss.aspx?playerid=1451&position=P) page at Fan Graphs. They've also got various leaderboards (http://www.fangraphs.com/leaders.aspx?pos=all&stats=pit&lg=all&qual=y&type=0&season=2007) for league leaders.

Hollcat
04-04-2007, 03:52 AM
I need to build a Excel Spreadsheet that takes stats and puts them with the correct players spot... I've gotten that taken care of...


Now... here is the rock in the tight spot....

Its for a game I play (www.jockstocks.com) and they use ER, where as I'm pulling ERA from the site I am using.

I know that ERA is [Earned Runs/(Innings Pitched X 9)] - Is there a way to reverse this and get ER out of it? (of course not!)

Or do you know of a site that lists alot of players on it with the stats for pitchers being...

Wins, Saves, Strikeouts, Earned Runs, Walks, Hits?

I used to use ESPN - but their fantasy stats are messed up right now so i'm pretty much starting over....

I know, pretty much useless post... I've answered all my questions already.


Not sure if this is what you asking for but if you have a pitchers ERA and you know how many innings he has pitched then ERA / 9 x IP = Earned Runs (round to nearsest whole number)

RedsMan3203
04-04-2007, 11:20 AM
I forgot to say they had to be somewhat live updaing stats....

Like this page at Fox Sports (http://msn.foxsports.com/mlb/dailyLeaders?type=pitching)(not nothing on it now)