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Superdude
07-16-2007, 01:09 AM
Sarasota 298PA 268AB .325/.379/.586 .400BABIP .054isoD .261isoP 22.5K% 2.79K/BB .494XBP 2.91CXB/HR .162HR/FB .399GB% .212LD% .335FB% .054PF%
Chattanooga 74PA 66AB .333/.405/.652 .429BABIP .072isoD .319isoP 27.0K% 2.50K/BB .545XBP 2.00CXB/HR .286HR/FB .457GB% .196LD% .304FB% .043PF%
Louisville 8PA 7AB ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------HR----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Overall 380PA 341AB .323/.382/.598 .397BABIP .59isoD .275isoP 23.2K% 2.67K/BB .509XBP 2.50CXB/HR .193HR/FB .409GB% .210LD% .329FB% .052PF%







Overall GB LD FB PF
Sarasota 203/.419 39.9%/.272 21.2%/.767 33.5%/.441 5.4%/.000
Chattanooga 46/.478 45.7%/.381 19.6%/.778 30.4%/.500 4.3%/.000
Louisville 1-3 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-0
Total 252/.429 40.9%/.291 21.0%/.755 32.9%/.458 5.2%/.000

Superdude
07-16-2007, 01:11 AM
Just wanted to see if that would come out right, and the answer is no. Somebody can delete this thread.

dougdirt
07-16-2007, 03:21 AM
You need to use the 'code' format and it should work.

texasdave
07-16-2007, 12:23 PM
Sarasota 298PA 268AB .325/.379/.586 .400BABIP .054isoD .261isoP 22.5K% 2.79K/BB .494XBP 2.91CXB/HR .162HR/FB .399GB% .212LD% .335FB% .054PF%
Chattanooga 74PA 66AB .333/.405/.652 .429BABIP .072isoD .319isoP 27.0K% 2.50K/BB .545XBP 2.00CXB/HR .286HR/FB .457GB% .196LD% .304FB% .043PF%
Louisville 8PA 7AB ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------HR----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Overall 380PA 341AB .323/.382/.598 .397BABIP .59isoD .275isoP 23.2K% 2.67K/BB .509XBP 2.50CXB/HR .193HR/FB .409GB% .210LD% .329FB% .052PF%

Superdude
07-16-2007, 01:48 PM
Thanks guys. Anyways, I was thinking at the end of the season, we should all take a few hitting prospects and compile a stat line like this that includes batted ball data and other fun stuff like that. I think we'd learn a lot if we had some kind of sticky library with organized and in depth stats. Instead of just noticing that a guy raised his average 40 points from the previous season, we may have a better idea of why and whether or not it's likely to continue. Just a thought. It'd at least give us something to do other than make an endless amount of prospect lists.

dougdirt
07-16-2007, 01:50 PM
www.minorleaguesplits.com is your best friend. Remember it.

Superdude
07-16-2007, 02:27 PM
That's where I got the data from, but the balls in play stats are in like table form. If we could organize it into percentages of each batted ball type and batting average on each one, it'd be way easier to understand at a glance. Here's what I had in mind for the batted ball stats...it looks wierd, but you get the picture.


total batted balls/BA percentage of batted ball type/batting average

Overall GB LD FB PF
Sarasota 203/.419 39.9%/.272 21.2%/.767 33.5%/.441 5.4%/.000
Chattanooga 46/.478 45.7%/.381 19.6%/.778 30.4%/.500 4.3%/.000
Louisville 1-3 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-0
Total 252/.429 40.9%/.291 21.0%/.755 32.9%/.458 5.2%/.000