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05/09/2018 - 2018 Varsity Sabermetrics

PITCHING
(updated 5/25/18)

STARTING PITCHER GAME SCORE

SPGS is a measurement of a starting pitcher's performance on a scale of 1-100. It is more accurate than the quality start statistic in that is quantifies the starting pitcher's performance. The formula is 50 + (1.5 x outs) + (3 x innings completed after third inning) + strikeouts - (2 x hits allowed) - (4 x earned runs) - (2 x unearned runs) - ( 2 x bases on balls).

Date Opponent Starter SPGS IP R ER H BB SO W-L
4/12 Crosby-Ironton Flick 62 3.0   0 0   0 2 2 W
4/20 Rush City Flick 57 2.0   0 0   1 2 4 ND
4/21 St. Cloud Cathedral Gunderson 38 4.0   6 4   6 2 3 L
4/23 Virginia Flick 62 5.0   1 1   6 1 1 W
4/26 Ashland C. Johnson 49 4.0   2 2   5 3 2 W
5/1 Hermantown Gunderson 52 4.0   3 1   5 2 3 ND
5/1 Hermantown C. Johnson 79 7.0   2 0   3 3 1 W
5/3 Greenway Flick 90 6.0   0 0   1 0 6 W
5/4 Two Harbors Gunderson 50 6.0   7 4   6 3 4 W
5/8 Superior Flick 52 4.1   5 1   7 1 7 L
5/10 Cloquet Gunderson 47 4.0   6 1   5 2 4 L
5/15 Marshall Flick 22 4.0 12 1   8 4 1 L
5/18 Cloquet Gunderson 60 6.0   4 3 10 0 8 L
5/19 Superior C. Johnson 32 3.0   5 2   6 2 0 ND
5/19 Hibbing Flick 77 6.0   3 0   2 2 5 W
5/22 Denfeld Gunderson 36 3.0   5 3   6 1 2 L
5/24 Esko Flick 59 6.0   6 0   7 2 3 L

 

PITCHING STATS

PITCHER G GS PTS GSA IP TP PPI F-STRIKE %
Bakke   4   0  ---  ----   5.0     99 19.8 45.8 (11/24)
Flick   8   8 481 60.1 36.1   554 15.2 58.7 (101/172)
Gunderson   6   6 283 47.2 27.0   488 18.1 66.9 (93/139)
C. Johnson   5   3 160 53.3 18.2   284 15.2 49.4 (44/89)
Lear   7   0  ---  ---- 11.0   194 17.6 55.1 (27/49)
Nordquist   5   0  ---  ----   6.0   127 21.2 54.5 (18/33)
Pioro   3   0  ---  ----   5.0   118 23.6 48.1 (13/27)
TOTAL 38 17 924 54.4 109.0 1864 17.1 57.6 (307/533)

 

BATTING
(updated 5/25/18)

GROSS PRODUCTION AVERAGE (GPA -- Min 2.4 Plate Appearances per Team Games)

GPA is a more accurate measurement of run production than batting average in that it encompasses the abilities to be on-base and hit for power. It is a more accurate measurement of run production than OPS (on-base pct + slugging pct) because it places more weight on getting on-base compared to slugging. It also has an advantage over OPS in that it can be read just like a batting average, so it it more user-friendly to the casual baseball fan. The formula, invented by Minnesotan Aaron Gleeman in 2003, is (1.8 x OBP + SLG) / 4. OBP is on-base pct = (H+BB+HP)/(AB+BB+HP+SF). SLG is slugging pct = (total bases/AB).
 

PLAYER PA OBP SLG GPA AVG
Nordquist   69 .493 .358 .311 .340
Huffman   65 .477 .471 .332 .353
Gunderson   63 .508 .435 .337 .326
Harnell   60 .500 .317 .304 .268
A. Parrott   55 .309 .320 .219 .240
Koski   55 .463 .489 .331 .378
Linder   49 .362 .357 .251 .310
Lear   43 .476 .310 .292 .241
TEAM 568 .422 .347 .277 .281