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    For people who like sports and are interested in Sabermetrics, "Math behind Moneyball" has been pretty interesting so far. Brushed up on my excel skills as well.
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    Stroman opposite field wow

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    Anyone know what pitch type "IN" is? I ran across it in the gameday files, and can't find any info about it. Do a search for (pitch_type="IN") without the brackets in the file below.

    http://gd2.mlb.com/components/game/m...inning_all.xml

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abomination View Post
    Anyone know what pitch type "IN" is? I ran across it in the gameday files, and can't find any info about it. Do a search for (pitch_type="IN") without the brackets in the file below.

    http://gd2.mlb.com/components/game/m...inning_all.xml
    I believe that means the pitch type was inconclusive
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    I think we all know it's the latter. The Mariners have been a disgustingly bad offensive for a decade now and nothing has changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxcar View Post
    I believe that means the pitch type was inconclusive
    That was my first thought too, but the type confidence is reasonably high (higher than other pitches in the at bat at any rate). Either the system is pretty damn sure it doesn't know what the pitch is, or it's something else.

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    Anyone have a short version of what goes into a pitchers WAR?

    I just noticed Stroman beats Quintana in IP and FIP+XFIP but has less war than him
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    Quote Originally Posted by jays_fever View Post
    Anyone have a short version of what goes into a pitchers WAR?

    I just noticed Stroman beats Quintana in IP and FIP+XFIP but has less war than him
    http://www.fangraphs.com/library/war...-war-pitchers/

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