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Hey. I see you've wandered into the realm of stupidity that is the NBA forum. Well, a couple things for you to check out.
(1) you often refer to both WinShares and PER. They are not analogous stats. PER is comparable with WS/48. PER has a cumulative metric called Estimated Wins Added. PER is it's per minute counterpart.
(2) as a math and evidence kind of guy, go check out BoxScoreGeeks and their stat, Wins Produced.
Where can I find RRA (relief run average) or similar stat for MLB relievers? I'm looking for something that measures a reliever's ability to stop inherited runs from scoring.
no, i don't even know what that is. I figured Jeffy was not an offline thing however i will admit that their a couple of females that think it is funny to put a "y" at the end of my name
do people call you Jeffy?
I don't. Just curious enough to ask. Why are you so hesitant to simply answer an innocuous question?
This be a better spot to ask you about the text in your sig?
what is FIP? our projected WAR is up there as well
So do my nats have the best rotation now with fister?
Hey, do you know where any of the original BABIP articles are? Want to do/write something similar for the NBA.
Hey, since you seem to be one of the most knowledgeable posters on saber stats, do you know if anyone is publishing Max Marchi's Catcher's Frame Rate metric? I know he got a job with some baseball team so I'm assuming he doesn't publish it anymore. I'm also assuming it isn't in Fangraphs stats since they only link to it and there's no reference to it being in their stat section (they seem to think there isn't enough research on it? which I guess is fair). Bball-ref doesn't have it either and I think baseball prospectus was publishing weekly columns on it but it wasn't Max's version of the metric. Anyways, just wanted to ask you if you know where it is published if it is? It appears to be a pretty damn important aspect of catching.
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