BATTING STATISTICS

#P/PA 
Pitches seen per plate appearance 
2B 
Doubles 
3B 
Triples 
AB 
Atbats 
Avg 
Batting average H divided by AB 
BB 
Bases on balls 
BB/K 
Walks Per Strikeout 
BB/PA 
Walks Per Plate Appearance 
CS 
Caught stealing 
FB 
Fly balls hit, excluding home runs 
G 
Games played 
G/F 
Ground ball/fly ball ratio GB divided by FB 
GIDP 
Grounded into double play 
H 
Hits 
HBP 
Hit by pitch 
HR 
Home runs 
IBB 
Intentional bases on balls 
IsoP 
Isolated Power (Slugging Percentage  Batting Average) 
LOB 
Runners left on base 
OBP 
Onbase percentage (H + BB + HBP) divided by (AB + BB + HBP + SF) 
OPS 
Onbase percentage plus slugging percentage. See OBP, above, and Slg, below, for definitions 
OW% 
Offensive winning percentage. The theoretical winning percentage of a team comprising nine of the same players (e.g. nine Ken Griffey Jrs.). 1) Figure runs created per 27 outs [Note: Total outs = (AB  H + C + GIDP + SH + SF)]. 2) Divide by league average runs per game. 3) Square the result. 4) Divide that figure by 1 + itself 
Qualified yeartodate 
In order to qualify for batting titles in averaged categories (Avg, Slg, OBP, OPS, RC, OW%, #P/PA, G/F), a player must average at least 3.1 plate appearances for every game his team has played. Sorting by qualified yeartodate excludes all players not currently on pace to reach that minimum 
R 
Runs 
RBI 
Runs batted in 
RC 
Runs created [(H + BB + HBP  CS  GIDP) times (Total bases + .26[BB  IBB + HBP] + .52[SH + SF + SB])] divided by (AB + BB + HBP + SH+ SF) 
RC27 
Runs created per 27 outs (Estimates how many runs per game a team made up of nine of the same player would score) 
SB 
Stolen bases 
SecA 
Secondary Average (A way to look at a player's extra bases gained, independent of Batting Average) (TB  H + BB + SB  CS) / AB 
SF 
Sacrifice flies 
SH 
Sacrifice hits 
Slg 
Slugging percentage TB divided by AB 
SO 
Strikeouts 
TB 
Total bases Hits + 2B + (3B times 2) + (HR times 3) 
TPA 
Total plate appearances AB + BB + HBP + SF + SH + times reached on defensive interference 
XBH 
Extra Base Hits 2B + 3B + HR 
PITCHING STATISTICS

#P/IP 
Pitches thrown per inning 
#P/GS 
Pitches thrown per start 
#Pit 
Pitches thrown 
2B 
Doubles allowed 
3B 
Triples allowed 
AGS 
Average Game Score. See Game Score, below 
Avg 
Batting average allowed 
BB 
Bases on balls 
Bk 
Balks 
BlSv 
Blown saves. See SvOp, below, for definition of a save situation 
CG 
Complete games 
CS 
Runners caught stealing 
Dec 
Decision (Win, loss) 
ER 
Earned runs 
ERA 
Earnedrun average (ER times 9) divided by IP 
FB 
Fly balls hit against 
G/F 
Ground ball/fly ball ratio against GB divided by FB 
GB 
Ground balls hit against 
GIDP 
Grounded into double plays against 
GF 
Games finished 
GS 
Games started 
GSc 
Game Score. Start with 50 points. Add 1 point for each out recorded, (3 points per inning). Add 2 points for each inning completed after the 4th. Add 1 point for each strikeout. Subtract 2 points for each hit allowed. Subtract 4 points for each earned run allowed. Subtract 2 points for each unearned run allowed. Subtract 1 point for each walk.

H 
Hits against 
Hld 
Holds. Earned when a relief pitcher enters a game in a save situation (see SvOp, below, for definition), records at least one out, and leaves the game without having given up the lead 
HR 
Home runs allowed 
IBB 
Intentional bases on balls 
IP 
Innings pitched 
IR 
Inherited runners. Runners on base when a relief pitcher enters a game 
IS 
Inherited runners scored. Number of inherited runners (see IR, above) to score while a particular pitcher is still in the game 
L 
Losses 
OBP 
Onbase percentage allowed. See OBP in Batting Statistics, above, for definition of OBP 
ORuns 
Opponents' runs scored (average, per nine innings pitched) while the pitcher of record. 
Qualified yeartodate 
In order to qualify for pitching titles in averaged categories (ERA, WPct, #P/IP, RS, ORuns, Slg, OBP, Avg, CS%, G/F), a player must average at least one inning pitched for every game his team has played. Sorting by qualified yeartodate excludes all players not currently on pace to reach that minimum 
QS 
Quality starts 
R 
Runs 
RBI 
Runs batted in allowed 
Rel 
Relief decision (Save, blown save, hold) 
RS 
Run support. Team's runs scored (average, per 9 innings pitched) while the pitcher of record 
SB 
Stolen bases allowed 
SF 
Sacrifice flies allowed 
SH 
Sacrifice hits allowed 
ShO 
Shutouts 
Slg 
Slugging percentage allowed. See Slg in Batting Statistics, above, for definition 
SO 
Strikeouts 
Sv 
Saves. Earned when a pitcher finishes a game without having given up the lead after entering in a save situation (see SvOp, below, for definition) 
SvOp 
Save opportunities. When a pitcher 1) enters the game with a lead of three or fewer runs and pitches at least one inning, 2) enters the game with the potential tying run on base, at bat, or on deck, or 3) pitches three or more innings with a lead and is credited with a save by the official scorer 
TBF 
Total batters faced 
WHIP 
Walks plus hits divided by Innings Pitched 
W 
Wins 
WPct 
Winning percentage Wins divided by (Wins + losses) 
WP 
Wild pitches 
FIELDING STATISTICS

A 
Assists 
CERA 
Catcher's earnedrun average. Earnedrun average of club's pitchers with a particular catcher behind the plate 
CS 
Runners caught stealing 
CS% 
Percentage of runners caught stealing 
DP 
Double plays 
E 
Errors 
FPct 
Fielding percentage (PO + A) divided by (PO + A + E) 
G 
Games played 
GS 
Games started 
Inn 
Innings 
PB 
Passed balls 
PCS 
Pitchers' caught stealing. Total runners caught stealing when the player who initiates the fielding play is the pitcher 
PO 
Putouts 
POA 
Pickoff attempts 
Qualified yeartodate 
In order to qualify for fielding titles in averaged categories (FPct., RF, CS%, CERA), a player must meet the following qualifiers: Catchers must play 1/2 of their team's games; Pitchers must average at least one inning pitched for each of their team's games; Position players must play 2/3 of their team's games. Sorting by qualified yeartodate excludes all players not currently on pace to reach that minimum 
RF 
Range factor (PO + A) divided by 9 innings 
SBA 
Stolen bases allowed 
TC 
Total chances 
ZR 
Zone rating. The percentage of balls fielded by a player in his typical defensive "zone," as measured by STATS, Inc. 
 
