## Statistics List

Stat Manager tracks**65 different statistics**in hitting, pitching and fielding. The following is a list of each of the stats that are tracked. Click on each statistic to view more information on it.

### Games Played - G

The number of games a player has participated in. A player has played in a game when they have met at least one of the following conditions: making a plate appearance, making a pitching appearance or being placed in the lineup as a defensive fielder.

### Plate Appearances - PA

The number of times the player has appeared at the plate.

### At Bats - AB

The number of official at bats the player has had. This is defined as the number of plate appearances minus sacrifice hits, walks, and when the batter was hit by a pitch

### Walks - BB

The number of walks, or base on balls. It is achieved by taking four balls during an at bat.

### Strikeouts - K

The number of strikeouts the batter has, either by taking a third strike, swinging and missing the third strike, or bunting foul for the third strike.

### Hits - H

The number of times the batter hit the ball and safely reached base without error or fielder's choice. This is defined as the total number of the singles, doubles, triples and home runs.

### Singles - 1B

The number of times the batter hit the ball and safely reached first base without error or fielder's choice.

### Doubles - 2B

The number of times the batter hit the ball and safely reached second base without error or fielder's choice.

### Triples - 3B

The number of times the batter hit the ball and safely reached third base without error or fielder's choice.

### Home Runs - HR

The number of times the batter hit the ball and safely reached home plate to score a run. This can be accomplished by hitting the ball out of the field of play in fair territory or by reaching home plate without the aid of fielder's error.

### Runs - R

The number of times a player scored a run by safely reaching home plate.

### Runs Batted In - RBI

The number of runs that the player caused to be scored by hitting the ball or drawing a base on balls. The player does not need to reach base safely to be credited for an RBI.

### Hit By Pitch - HBP

The number of times the batter safely reached first base by being hit by a pitch.

### Reached on Error - ROE

The number of times the batter safely reached base by fielder's error.

### Fielder's Choice - FC

The number of times the batter safely reached base because a fielder chose to get another baserunner out.

### Stolen Bases - SB

The number of times a player steals a base.

### Caught Stealing - CS

The number of times a player is tagged out while attempting to steal a base or is tagged out while taking a lead from a base.

### Left On Base

The number of times a player has been stranded on base when the half-inning ends. The player must successfully reach base, not cause an out and not score a run when the inning ends.

### Sacrifice Hits - SAC

The number of times a batter bunts and does not safely reach base, but allows a baserunner to advance.

### Ground Into Double Play - GIDP

The number of times a batter has grounded into a double play.

### Times on Base - OB

The number of times a batter safely reached base by a hit, walk or hit by pitch. If the player reaches base by fielder error or a fielder's choice, it is not counted as a time on base.

### Total Bases - TB

The total number of bases a player obtains by a hit. It is a weighted statistic - a batter gets 1 for a single, 2 for a double, 3 for a triple and 4 for a home run.

### Extra Base Hits - XB

The total number of doubles, triples and home runs the player hits.

### Batting Average - AVG

The average number of hits that the batter has. This is defined as the number of hits divided by the number of at bats.

### On Base Percentage - OBP

The percentage of time that the batter reached base safely. This is the number of times on base (OB) divided by the number of at bats, walks, times hit by pitch.

### Slugging Percentage - SLG

A weighted statistic to determine the amount of slugging power of a batter. It is the number of total base (TB) divided by the number of at bats (AB).

### Stolen Base Percentage - SBP

The percentage of attempts xthat a base runner successfully steals a base. It is the number of stolen bases (SB) divided by the total attempts to steal a base (SB+CS).

### On Base Percentage Plus Slugging - OPS

The summation of the On Base Percentage (OBP) and Slugging Percentage (SLG).

### Appearances - App

The total number of games that pitcher has appeared in.

### Innings Pitched - IP

The total number of innings that a pitcher has successfully completed. Fractional innings are expressed as .1 for 1 out and .2 for 2 outs. If a pitcher pitches in an inning, but does not retire a batter, the pitcher is not given credit for any innings pitched.

### Batters Faced - BF

The total numbers of batters that a pitcher faced.

### Runs Allowed - R

The total number of runs scored from batters that reached base while a pitcher was pitching. If a pitcher leaves the game in the middle of an inning while opposing players are on base, the pitcher is charged for each run that these baserunners score.

### Earned Runs Allowed - ER

The total number of runs scored from batters that reached base without error while a pitcher was pitching. If a pitcher leaves the game in the middle of an inning while opposing players are on base, the pitcher is charged for each run that these baserunners score. If an error occurs to allow the runner to reach base, advance base or extend the inning, the run is not counted as earned for the pitcher.

### Strikeouts - K

The number of batters that a pitcher strikes out by the batter taking or swinging and missing at a third strike in an at bat.

### Walks - BB

The number of walks, or base on balls, that pitcher allows by pitching four balls in a plate appearance.

### Singles Allowed - 1B

The number of times the opposing batter safely reaches first base by hitting the ball and no error or fielder's choice occurs.

### Doubles Allowed - 2B

The number of times the opposing batter safely reaches second base by hitting the ball and no error or fielder's choice occurs.

### Triples Allowed - 3B

The number of times the opposing batter safely reaches third base by hitting the ball and no error or fielder's choice occurs.

### Home Runs Allowed - HR

The number of times an opposing batter safely reaches home plate by hitting the ball without an error or fielder's choice. This can happen if the opposing batter hits the ball out of the field of play in fair territory or if the batter safely reaches home plate after hitting the ball.

### Fly Balls - FB

The number of times a pitcher allows a batter to hit a fly ball.

### Ground Balls - GB

The number of times a pitcher allows a batter to hit a ground ball.

### Ground Ball/Fly Ball Ratio - G/F

The ratio of ground balls allowed to the number of fly balls allowed.

### Batters Hit By Pitch - HBP

The number of opposing batters that a pitcher allows to reach base by hitting the batter with a pitch.

### Balls

The number pitches thrown by a pitcher that are not in the strike zone and not swung at by the opposing batter.

### Strikes

The number of pitches thrown by a pitcher that are in the strike zone and/or swung at by the opposing batter.

### Wild Pitches - WP

The number of pitches thrown that cannot be fielded by a catcher and allows a baserunner to advance.

### Balks - BK

The number of times a pitcher allows a baserunner to advance by performing an illegal move on the pitching mound.

### Wins - W

The number of wins that are credited to a pitcher. A win is when the pitcher's team obtains the lead while the player is the active pitcher and the team does not give up the lead to win the game.

### Losses - L

The number of losses that are credited to a pitcher. A loss is when the pitcher's team falls behind in score while player is the active pitcher, does not tie or take the lead and loses the game.

### Saves - S

The number of times a pitcher "saves" the game by pitching in relief and not surrendering the lead.

### Blown Saves - BS

The number of times a pitcher makes a relief appearances in a save situation, and gives up at least one run and allows the opponent or tie the game or take the lead.

### Hold - HLD

The number of times a relief pitcher enters the game in a save situation, gets at least one out, does not surrender the lead, but did not finish pitching the game. The pitcher is credited for "holding" the lead.

### Complete Games - CG

The number of times a pitcher throws every pitch for their team in a completed game.

### Earned Run Average - ERA

The average number of earned runs in a game that the pitcher allows. It is the total number of earned runs allowed multiplied by the normal number of innings in a game (9 in Major League Baseball) and divided by the number of innings pitched. Stat Manager allows you to pick the normal number of innings in a game to get a true ERA for a specific league.

### Walks and Hits Per Inning Pitched - WHIP

The average number of walks and hits allowed per inning a pitcher has pitched. Calculated by taking the sum of hits and walks allowed and dividing by the number of innings pitched.

### Games Played - G

The number of games a player has participated in. A player has played in a game when they have met at least one of the following conditions: making a plate appearance, making a pitching appearance or being placed in the lineup as a defensive fielder.

### Innings Played - Inn

The total number of innings that a player is in the field. Fractional innings are expressed as .1 for 1 out and .2 for 2 outs.

### Total Chances - TC

The total number of chances a player has to make a play. This is the total number of assists, put outs and errors.

### Put Outs - PO

The total number of times a fielder causes a baserunner to be out.

### Assists - A

The total number of times a fielder assists another player in obtaining a put out.

### Double Plays - DP

The total number of double plays that a player is part of.

### Errors - E

The number of fielding errors committed by a fielder.

### Stolen Bases Allowed - SB

The total number of base runners that steal a base for a catcher.

### Runners Caught Stealing - CS

The number of base runners that a catcher gets out while attempting to steal a base.

### Passed Balls - PB

The number of fieldable pitches that a catcher misses and allows a base runner to advance.

### Fielding Percentage - FLDP

The percentage of plays that a fielder successfully makes a play. This is the total chances minus the error divided by total chances ((TC-E)/TC)

### Range Factor - Range

A calculated stat used to determine how far of a range that a fielder has. Calculated by taking the sum of putouts and assists multiplied by the number of innings per game divided by the number of innings played. ((PO+A)*[Innings per game])/Inn

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