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  1. #391
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    I can't remember what is the number of team wins a replacement level team would likely get in a season? Isn't it like 49 or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoggin88 View Post
    I can't remember what is the number of team wins a replacement level team would likely get in a season? Isn't it like 49 or something?
    I think it depends on the source, but between 45-50. The one I've generally seen is 48 though.


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    Are SIERA numbers widely available anywhere or do I have to calculate them myself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ugafan227 View Post
    Are SIERA numbers widely available anywhere or do I have to calculate them myself?
    Baseball Prospectus has them on their site.

    http://www.baseballprospectus.com/st...php?cid=111056

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milnertime View Post
    Baseball Prospectus has them on their site.

    http://www.baseballprospectus.com/st...php?cid=111056
    Thanks!

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    Question: 0.1 UZR 3.8 UzR
    im new on this UZR thing........... i know probably a dumb question but 3.8 better 0.1 right?

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    Yes.

  8. #398
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    Anyone hear one of the sportscenter anchors the other morning use ISO in a joke when talking about Sam Fuld go to second when he could have had the cycle if he had stayed at first?

    It was actually reasonably funny and used correctly.

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    Question about wOBA

    Tulo has a higher ISO, SLG, higher BB rates, lower K-rates and a slightly lower OBP that A-Rod. Why is is that A-Rod has a higher wOBA and wRC+? Just wondering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyyfan4life View Post
    As of 4/15/11

    Question about wOBA

    Tulo has a higher ISO, SLG, higher BB rates, lower K-rates and a slightly lower OBP that A-Rod. Why is is that A-Rod has a higher wOBA and wRC+? Just wondering.
    wOBA is league adjusted and wRC+ is league and park adjusted.

    I'm not too fond of how much playing in the AL helps a player's adjusted stats but I think it's obvious that the AL is the superior league and adjustments are necessary.

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    According to B-R, Mariano Rivera has a career 53.4 WAR. Where does this rank in terms of all relievers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyyfan4life View Post
    According to B-R, Mariano Rivera has a career 53.4 WAR. Where does this rank in terms of all relievers?
    I just used FanGraphs, since it's easier and he has the highest overall WAR with 36.5.

    http://www.fangraphs.com/leaders.asp...on1=1871&ind=0

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    I've got a question about FIP. Currently on Fangraphs Matt Garza has an ERA 4.17, but his FIP is 1.62. Why is there such a big gap? Is it solely because of his high strikeout totals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCB mwat15 View Post
    I've got a question about FIP. Currently on Fangraphs Matt Garza has an ERA 4.17, but his FIP is 1.62. Why is there such a big gap? Is it solely because of his high strikeout totals?
    That, and the Cubs defense is terrible. He has a .382 BABIP (when he was on the Rays it was about .270 year-to-year) and an insanley high amount of infield hits are getting on base (16.7%).

    The amazing thing is all his peripherals point to him getting better as the year goes on; with the only thing that will most likely starting going up and hurting him being home runs. A big part of it is his increased GB%. Combine every other hit being a groundball with 1 of every 3 batters getting struck out and you have a formula for success.
    Last edited by OneTuzSea; 05-12-2011 at 02:45 PM.

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    I also have a question, too. Is there any particular reason SwngStr% correlates to K/9? Does it just kind of happen or is there something to it? I've always wondered about this.

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