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100*[lgERA/ERA] Adjusted to the player’s ballpark(s)." data-filter="1" data-name="Adjusted ERA+">ERA+

this stat measures a pitcher's effectiveness at preventing HR, BB, HBP and causing SO (13*HR + 3*(BB+HBP) - 2*SO)/IP + Constant lg The constant is set so that each season MLB average FIP is the same as the MLB avg ERA" data-filter="1" data-name="Fielding Independent Pitching">FIP

For recent years, leaders need 1 IP per team game played" data-filter="1" data-name="Walks & Hits per IP">WHIP

For recent years, leaders need 1 IP per team game played" data-filter="1" data-name="Hits per 9 IP">H9

For recent years, leaders need 1 IP per team game played" data-filter="1" data-name="Home Runs per 9 IP">HR9

For recent years, leaders need 1 IP per team game played" data-filter="1" data-name="Bases On Balls per 9 IP">BB9

For recent years, leaders need 1 IP per team game played" data-filter="1" data-name="Strikeouts per 9 IP">SO9

For recent years, pitching leaders need 1 IP per team game played. No batting leaders computed." data-filter="1" data-name="Strikeouts / Base On Balls">SO/W

GG - Gold Glove SS - Silver Slugger MVP - Most Valuable Player CYA - Cy Young Award ROY - Rookie of the Year">Awards

AL - American League (1901-present) NL - National League (1876-present) AA - American Association (1882-1891) UA - Union Association (1884) PL - Players League (1890) FL - Federal League (1914-1915) NA - National Association (1871-1875)">Lg

When available, we use actual plate appearances from play-by-play game accounts Otherwise estimated using AB + BB + HBP + SF + SH, which excludes catcher interferences. When this color click for a summary of each PA." data-filter="1" data-name="Plate Appearances">PA

Number of runs better or worse than average the player was as a hitter. This is based on a modified version of wRAA. See our about section for a full description of how this is calculated." data-filter="1" data-name="Batting Runs">R bat

Number of runs better or worse than average the player was for all baserunning events. SB, CS, PB, WP, Defensive Indifference. Developed by Sean Smith of BaseballProjection. com" data-filter="1" data-name="Baserunning Runs">R baser

Number of runs better or worse than average the player was at avoiding grounding into double plays. Developed by Sean Smith of BaseballProjection. com">R dp

Number of runs better or worse than average the player was for all fielding. Fielding of balls in play, turning double plays, outfield arms and catcher defense are all included. We use Baseball Info Solutions Defensive Runs Saved when available and Total Zone Rating from Sean Smith when not. Our WAR framework was developed by Sean Smith of BaseballProjection. com" data-filter="1" data-name="Fielding Runs">R field

Number of runs above or below average due to positional differences. Positions like C, SS, and 2B get a bonus. Positions like 1B, DH, LF get a penalty. Developed by Sean Smith of BaseballProjection. com">R pos

It is the number of runs this player is better than a league average player.">RAA

This is the wins added by this player above that of an average player. We compute the waaW-L% using a PythagenPat conversion and then subtract .500 and multiply by the number of games played." data-filter="1" data-name="Wins Above Average">WAA

Number of runs an average player is better than a replacement player. Replacement is set for a .294 team winning percentage. Stronger leagues may get a larger bonus. Developed by Sean Smith of BaseballProjection. com">R rep

Total of other columns It is the number of runs this player is better than a replacement player. Replacement is set for a .294 team winning percentage. Developed by Sean Smith of BaseballProjection. com">RAR

A single number that presents the number of wins the player added to the team above what a replacement player (think AAA or AAAA) would add. Scale for a single-season: 8+ MVP Quality, 5+ All-Star Quality, 2+ Starter, 0-2 Reserve, < 0 Replacement Level Developed by Sean Smith of BaseballProjection. com" data-filter="1" data-name="Wins Above Replacement">WAR

This is the win-loss of an otherwise average team in ONLY the games this player played in. For example, for a pitcher this would only consider the games the pitcher threw in and ignoring games they did not play in.">waaWL%

This is the win-loss of an otherwise average team for an entire season giving them credit for only the games this player played in. For example, for a pitcher this would be waaW-L% in the games the pitcher threw in and a .500 record otherwise.">162WL%

The same statistic as Wins Above Replacement for Position Players (WAR), but with the fielding value excluded. oWAR + dWAR does not equal WAR. Adding would count positions twice. Contains the factor for batting stats, baserunning, a positional adjustment, and the replacement player adjustment. Factors developed by Sean Smith of BaseballProjection. com" data-filter="1" data-name="Offensive WAR">oWAR

A defensive measure of wins above replacement, but given only the defensive stats of the player and his position adjustment. For this calculation, we use a replacement level on defense is the league average. Based on Baseball Info Solutions defensive runs saved from 2003 on and total zone rating developed by Sean Smith of BaseballProjection. com previously" data-filter="1" data-name="Defensive WAR">dWAR

oWAR + dWAR DOES NOT EQUAL WAR, pos would be counted 2x Total of all columns except for fielding values Includes batting, baserunning, positional adjustment, and a playing time adjustment for the number of runs an average player is better than a replacement player. Replacement is set for a .294 team winning percentage. Developed by Sean Smith of BaseballProjection. com">oRAR

They are also often missing values for mid-season callups or players acquired in-season. Post-1984 seasons are mostly complete, pre-1985 is mostly incomplete." data-filter="1" data-name="Salary">Salary

’*’ indicates position played in 2/3rds of team games, ’/’ less than 10 games played.">Pos

GG - Gold Glove SS - Silver Slugger MVP - Most Valuable Player CYA - Cy Young Award ROY - Rookie of the Year">Awards

Note: Complete player games played data . Fielding stats are a combination of official records and RetroSheet records. Both are likely to have substantial errors and will not match perfectly.

View Complete Notes on Fielding Data

Leagues historically made no effort to balance team, league, and player fielding stats. Since 1990 or so, computers have made this feasible, but prior to that there are hundreds or thousands of discrepancies each year in games played (even whether a player played a position), putouts, assists, double plays and errors.

Pre-1930 SB & CS data for catchers is estimated from catcher assists, games started and opposition stolen bases.

From 1930 on SB, CS, Pickoff, & WP data for catchers and pitchers is taken from play-by-play accounts in the retrosheet files. There are several hundred games without pbp from 1930 to 1973 and for those we may not have any data.

CG & GS come from the retrosheet data and should be complete and pretty accurate from 1913 on.

Innings played (like SB and CS) come from the retrosheet play-by-play data and should be considered mostly complete from 1930 to 1973 and complete from then on.

Stats (PO, A,G, etc) for LF-CF-RF positions (since 1913) is taken from play-by-play or box score data as available.

Stats (PO, A,G, etc) for C, P,1B,2B,3B, SS, OF positions is taken from the official reported totals and may have been corrected at various times since their publication.

For detailed information on which games retrosheet is missing play-by-play from 1930 to 1973, please see their most wanted games list

For detailed information on the availability of data on this site by year, see our data coverage page

Appearances in top 10s, All-Star Game, Awards Won, HOF votes

">Appearances on Leader Boards, Awards, and Honors

For recent years, leaders need 1 IP per team game played">Home Runs per 9 IP s c a p y 2014 ML 0.449 (4th)

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Salaries

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Does not include future salaries ($0)

Primary salary Data (about ) courtesy Doug Pappas, and the Society for American Baseball Research. Additional 1915-1969 salaries researched via Baseball Hall of Fame contract archives by Dr. Michael Haupert of UW-LaCrosse. Salaries for mid-season call-ups or traded players may not be shown. Salaries converted to alternate years using Consumer Price Index (CPI) data courtesy of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Board.

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