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Just wanted to give you an idea of average
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Now granted for hitters it should even itself out a little bit over a year better than a pitcher but not all the time.
THT has a stat I like called PrOPS. I would like to see more stats like it, and readily available.
Its odd that we take ERA as nearly worthless, but then take stats like wOBA and OPS as if they are golden. Its rather odd.
I know nothing about Sabermetrics....quick question though. Someone stated that Jayson Werth was a "bad" fielder.
For instance, last year he was a 16.9 Rng , 21.5 UZR and a 35.3 UZR/150...isn't that considered good? The season before that he was pretty high as well.
What's considered good numbers when judging a fielder?
A 0 UZR is average, which makes his 21.5 UZR from last season phenomenal. Only Alex Rios had a better mark among qualified outfielders. By contrast, Brad Hawpe's -37.2 UZR last season means he is ****ing atrocious in the field.
Are those three the best for judging how good of a fielder a particular player is?
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