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PER Baseball Statistics (through ALL games of 2008)
The PER Baseball methodology measure a Baseball hitter's and pitcher's performance relative to plate appearances and innings pitched respectively. It is a very compre-hensive analysis as it assesses a hitter's complete performance at the plate, on the bases, and in the field, and a pitcher's complete performance on the mound.
For Hitters, the concept of a Batting PER is developed which comprises a player's Run Contribution Average, and Earned Base Average (a statistic measuring all bases earned, whether by hits or walks, or stolen bases, per plate appearance and steal attempt). Accordingly, we've developed the following concepts of Run Contribution Average, Total Earned Bases, and Earned Base Average to complement the Batting Efficiency Rating. Click here to read more ...
For Pitchers, the concept of a Pitching PER is developed, distinctly for starters and relief pitchers. It comprises that pitchers Earned Run Average (ERA), Walks to Strike outs Average, Opposition On Base Average and a statistic measuring success depending on the role of the pitcher. Click here to read more ...
PER Analysis of the All-Time Greatest Hitters in MLB History
PER Analysis of the All-Time Greatest Pitchers in MLB History
PER Hitting Analysis of the 2007 AL Season
PER Hitting Analysis of the 2007 NL Season
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