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Sunday, July 9, 2017

nate <greystone@net1plus.com>: Jul 08 03:55PM -0700

yuckko
 
- nate
BTTalbot2003@yahoo.com: Jul 08 05:34PM -0700

On Saturday, July 8, 2017 at 6:55:14 PM UTC-4, nate wrote:
> yuckko
 
> - nate
 
Once again Porcello gets screwed by a lack of offense.
Plenty of blame to go around, but Hanley's
at-bat in the 9th was the most infuriating to me.
He was hacking away, swinging at pitches in the dirt.
Probably could have had a walk.
Ugh.
 
BTT
dcp7 <mrdls437@yahoo.com>: Jul 08 08:41PM -0700

Once again Porcello gets screwed by a lack of offense.
Plenty of blame to go around, but Hanley's
at-bat in the 9th was the most infuriating to me.
He was hacking away, swinging at pitches in the dirt.
Probably could have had a walk.
Ugh.
.
 
Stupid shit eating punk.
Hanley is such a tool..according to the new Faggots leader Nate the Ape copy and paste trash ..
 
Yahoooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.
dcp7 <mrdls437@yahoo.com>: Jul 08 08:38PM -0700

No CY Young this year for the Porker.
BTTalbot2003@yahoo.com: Jul 08 05:39PM -0700

Glad to hear that his heart surgery went
well and that he is resting at home. He
expects to rejoining his team next Thursday:
 
http://www.cleveland.com/tribe/index.ssf/2017/07/cleveland_indians_manager_terr_42.html
 
Best Sox manager ever.
 
 
BTT
dcp7 <mrdls437@yahoo.com>: Jul 08 05:30PM -0700

On Friday, July 7, 2017 at 4:30:20 PM UTC-4, Donald Violette wrote:
 
> BUT WAIT I WAS WWRONG IN SAYING ALL THE GRADES WERE BAD, AND I'VE NEVER DONE TIS BEFORE BUT SALE ALSO GETS A + FOR KING 12AND GOING 7 INNNINGS AGAIN/
> AND MITCH AND HANLEY SHARE A - FOR LEAVING 10 MEN ON BASE IN A GAME THE SOX LOST BY 3 RUNS.
> ONE FINAL COMMENT: 2 STRANGE GRADES INDEED ONE A SHARED ONE AND ONE A GOOD AND BAD.
 
THISGAME FOR GIVING UP 2 HOME RUNSAND ALL 4 RUNS THE RANGERS SCORED.
 
Thisgame runsand..
Another fine showing from you Don.
Oh by the way dork they played Tampa Bay not the Rangers you dumb shit head.
Pearly Soames <pearlysoames99@gmail.com>: Jul 08 07:06AM -0700

On Saturday, July 8, 2017 at 12:30:40 AM UTC-4, nate wrote:
> that worked out well.
 
> 4.5
 
> - nate
 
I like where the Sox are sitting right now
Sue Robbins <email@domain.com>: Jul 08 11:19AM -0600

On 2017-07-08 14:06:06 +0000, Pearly Soames said:
 
 
>> 4.5
 
>> - nate
 
> I like where the Sox are sitting right now
 
It would be great if Porcello and Price progressively get their game to
their norms.
Sue Robbins <email@domain.com>: Jul 08 04:48PM -0600

On 2017-07-08 17:19:46 +0000, Sue Robbins said:
 
 
>> I like where the Sox are sitting right now
 
> It would be great if Porcello and Price progressively get their game to
> their norms.
 
And I didn't have to Woof to get half of this....
nate <greystone@net1plus.com>: Jul 08 10:44AM -0700

View in fixed font!
Raw data from Baseball-Reference.com
 
HITTING
Rpf = rank after adjusting for Park Factor (AdjAdjOPS)
Rk = raw ADJOPS rank
TEv = Team Events = PA + SB + CS
TOC = Team Outs Created = AB-H + CS + SF + SH + GIDP + OoB - ROE
TBP = Team Bases Produced = TB+BB+SB+SF+SH-CS-GIDP+HBP+CI -OoB +XBT + ROE
TAdjOPS = TBP/TOC
OrdOPS = ordinary OBP + SLG
PkF = Park Factor
AdjAdjOPS = AdjOPS*(200/(PkF+100))
 
Rpf Rk team TEv TOC TBP TAdjOPS OrdOPS PkF AdjAdjOPS
1 1 HOU 3471 2301 1899 .825293 .850 92 .859680
2 2 WSN 3468 2298 1859 .808964 .814 102 .800954
3 5 LAD 3450 2323 1776 .764529 .789 97 .776172
4 3 NYY 3393 2254 1767 .783940 .797 104 .768569
5 6 CIN 3409 2314 1749 .755834 .779 101 .752074
6 9 TBR 3466 2376 1741 .732744 .776 95 .751532
7 7 MIL 3499 2378 1788 .751892 .779 101 .748151
8 10 NYM 3282 2275 1665 .731868 .773 97 .743013
9 4 ARI 3425 2307 1767 .765930 .776 108 .736471
10 17 MIA 3305 2276 1583 .695518 .750 94 .717029
11 13 CHC 3339 2313 1634 .706442 .746 98 .713578
12 8 CLE 3317 2246 1672 .744435 .778 109 .712378
13 12 MIN 3376 2295 1627 .708932 .741 101 .705405
14 20 OAK 3310 2321 1588 .684188 .734 94 .705348
15 16 DET 3274 2250 1577 .700889 .757 99 .704411
16 18 SEA 3430 2345 1621 .691258 .751 97 .701785
17 11 TEX 3350 2314 1645 .710890 .746 105 .693551
18 19 STL 3361 2333 1600 .685812 .748 98 .692739
19 14 BOS 3446 2340 1653 .706410 .763 105 .689180
20 22 CHW 3253 2269 1520 .669899 .738 97 .680101
21 21 ATL 3327 2308 1554 .673310 .733 100 .673310
22 23 BAL 3282 2323 1546 .665519 .730 99 .668863
23 24 PIT 3399 2357 1549 .657191 .706 100 .657191
24 15 COL 3437 2372 1667 .702782 .757 116 .650724
25 27 SDP 3216 2294 1453 .633391 .680 97 .643037
26 28 LAA 3470 2429 1528 .629065 .694 97 .638645
27 25 TOR 3281 2320 1508 .650000 .725 104 .637255
28 26 KCR 3200 2274 1476 .649077 .716 104 .636350
29 29 PHI 3245 2314 1428 .617113 .695 97 .626511
30 30 SFG 3421 2429 1482 .610128 .675 95 .625772
totals: 100902 69548 48922 .703428
 
PITCHING (inc. WP + BK - IBB) + Field Allowed Runners (IBB + ROE)
Rpf = rank after adjusting for Park Factor (AdjAdjOPS)
Rk = raw ADJOPS rank
TEv = Team Events = Batters Faced + Steal Attempts
TOI = Team Outs Induced = 3*IP
TBG = Team Bases Given = TB+BB+SB+SF+SH-CS-GIDP+HBP + (WP+BK-IBB) + (IBB+ROE)
TAdjOPS = TBG/TOI
OrdOPS = ordinary OBP + SLG
PkF = Park Factor
AdjAdjOPS = TAdjOPS*(200/(PkF+100))
 
Rpf Rk team TEv TOI TBG TAdjOPS OrdOPS PkF AdjAdjOPS
1 2 CLE 3155 2252 1403 .623002 .702 109 .596174
2 1 LAD 3265 2362 1388 .587638 .652 97 .596587
3 3 ARI 3328 2337 1502 .642704 .684 108 .617985
4 4 BOS 3325 2336 1534 .656678 .726 105 .640661
5 6 NYY 3229 2250 1495 .664444 .705 104 .651416
6 14 COL 3453 2383 1688 .708351 .763 116 .655881
7 8 KCR 3308 2275 1533 .673846 .734 104 .660633
8 7 WSN 3315 2314 1555 .671997 .725 102 .665344
9 10 STL 3362 2340 1587 .678205 .735 98 .685056
10 9 LAA 3417 2400 1625 .677083 .743 97 .687394
11 5 HOU 3337 2349 1551 .660281 .700 92 .687793
12 15 TEX 3347 2297 1628 .708751 .759 105 .691464
13 11 CHC 3338 2301 1582 .687527 .720 98 .694472
14 17 TOR 3390 2313 1655 .715521 .753 104 .701491
15 13 PIT 3425 2348 1662 .707836 .763 100 .707836
16 12 TBR 3425 2361 1634 .692080 .731 95 .709826
17 16 MIL 3498 2404 1719 .715058 .763 101 .711500
18 19 SEA 3389 2346 1699 .724211 .765 97 .735240
19 24 ATL 3393 2298 1692 .736292 .769 100 .736292
20 22 DET 3320 2237 1639 .732678 .784 99 .736360
21 20 SDP 3331 2278 1656 .726953 .767 97 .738023
22 18 MIA 3329 2255 1616 .716630 .745 94 .738794
23 23 CHW 3276 2230 1641 .735874 .764 97 .747080
24 21 SFG 3516 2380 1735 .728992 .778 95 .747684
25 26 PHI 3319 2271 1695 .746367 .791 97 .757733
26 27 MIN 3423 2303 1756 .762484 .796 101 .758691
27 25 OAK 3411 2301 1701 .739244 .755 94 .762107
28 28 NYM 3416 2271 1735 .763981 .785 97 .775615
29 29 BAL 3460 2294 1797 .783348 .820 99 .787284
30 30 CIN 3402 2291 1815 .792230 .819 101 .788289
totals: 100902 69377 48918 .705104
hitting: 100902 69548 48922 .703428

Plot of Wins per Game, Y, vs. Share of All Bases per Out, X

.42 .46 .5 .54 .58
.7 +-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | | | |
| | | | HOU |
| | | | LAD |
| | | | |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | | | |
| | | | |
| | | | |
| | | |ARI |
.6 +-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | | | WSN |
| | | | |
| | COL BOS | |
| | | | |
+-----------------+-----------------+----MIL----------+-----------------+
| | | |CLE |
| | | | |
| | MIN KCR | NYY |
| | | TBR | |
.5 +-----------------+-----------------+-CHC-------------+-----------------+
| | LAA TEX | |
| | ATL SEA STL | |
| BAL TOR | | |
| | PITNYMMIA| | |
+-----------------+-----------DET---+-----------------+-----------------+
| | CHWOAK | | |
| | SDP CIN | | |
| | | | |
| | | | |
.4 +-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| SFG| | | |
| | | | |
| | | | |
| | | | |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | | | |
| PHI | | | |
| | | | |
| | | | |
.3 +-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
.42 .46 .5 .54 .58
 
fit of plotted data above:
total data points = 30
equation is Y = 2.20439*X + -0.600876
R-squared = 0.761065 significance = 9.443871

fit to Adjusted OPS including Field Allowed Runners with no park factors
total data points = 30
equation is W/(W+L) = 0.783071*AdjOPSdiff/1 + 0.500845
R-squared = 0.758826 significance = 9.386088

fit to Adjusted OPS including Field Allowed Runners with park factors
total data points = 30
equation is W/(W+L) = 0.784517*AdjOPSdiff/ParkFactor + 0.50121
R-squared = 0.768142 significance = 9.631373

fit of ordinary OPS share (X) vs. Win share (Y)
total data points = 30
equation is Y = 2.94342*X + -0.972046
R-squared = 0.728688 significance = 8.671912

fit to ordinary OPS with no park factors
total data points = 30
equation is W/(W+L) = 0.985452*ordinaryOPSdiff/1 + 0.499617
R-squared = 0.727624 significance = 8.648637

fit to ordinary OPS with park factors
total data points = 30
equation is W/(W+L) = 0.980989*ordinaryOPSdiff/ParkFactor + 0.49983
R-squared = 0.733083 significance = 8.769340

fit to share of batting average
total data points = 30
equation is Y = 2.84165*X + -0.920937
R-squared = 0.636533 significance = 7.002558

fit to share of on base average
total data points = 30
equation is Y = 3.05687*X + -1.0287
R-squared = 0.650288 significance = 7.215677

fit to share of slugging average
total data points = 30
equation is Y = 2.46942*X + -0.735022
R-squared = 0.676149 significance = 7.645875
 
 
- nate
Sue Robbins <email@domain.com>: Jul 08 11:22AM -0600

On 2017-07-07 18:41:42 +0000, Pearly Soames said:
 
> are important, but so are the other two true outcomes, and so it's not
> enough to be good at only one of them if you're gonna suck at one of
> them too. The BB hurt Ryan, and the HR just killed Sale.
 
Look at Sale's performance when he got a loss and when he got a no
decision. There is some rough ones to take there.
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