# What does ip mean in baseball

## What is a good IP for a pitcher?

It’s found by dividing a pitcher’s total number of pitches thrown by his total number of innings pitched. Pitchers with the game’s best P/IP rate typically average

**fewer than 15 pitches per inning**. A starting pitcher with those numbers would be able to go seven innings on fewer than 105 pitches.## What does the H mean in baseball?

A

**hit**occurs when a batter strikes the baseball into fair territory and reaches base without doing so via an error or a fielder’s choice. … If a player is thrown out attempting to take an extra base (e.g., turning a single into a double), that still counts as a hit. Hits come in all varieties.## What does K mean in baseball?

strikeout

A

**strikeout**occurs when a pitcher throws any combination of three swinging or looking strikes to a hitter. … In the scorebook, a strikeout is denoted by the letter K. A third-strike call on which the batter doesn’t swing is denoted with a backward K.## Do you want a high or low WHIP?

WHIP is calculated by adding the number of walks and hits allowed and dividing this sum by the number of innings pitched. WHIP reflects a pitcher’s propensity for allowing batters to reach base, therefore

**a lower WHIP indicates better**performance.## What does BB mean in baseball?

base on balls

Definition. A

**walk**(or base on balls) occurs when a pitcher throws four pitches out of the strike zone, none of which are swung at by the hitter. After refraining from swinging at four pitches out of the zone, the batter is awarded first base. In the scorebook, a walk is denoted by the letters BB.## What does SB mean in baseball?

stolen base

Definition. A

**stolen base**occurs when a baserunner advances by taking a base to which he isn’t entitled. This generally occurs when a pitcher is throwing a pitch, but it can also occur while the pitcher still has the ball or is attempting a pickoff, or as the catcher is throwing the ball back to the pitcher.## What does wisp mean in baseball?

Definition. WHIP is one of the most commonly used statistics for evaluating a pitcher’s performance. The statistic shows how well a pitcher has kept runners off the basepaths, one of his main goals. The formula is simple enough — it’s

**the sum of a pitcher’s walks and hits, divided by his total innings pitched**.## What is OPI in baseball?

Definition. OPS

**adds on-base percentage and slugging percentage to get one number that unites the two**. It’s meant to combine how well a hitter can reach base, with how well he can hit for average and for power. It can also be used in evaluating pitchers; when used in that context, it is referred to as OPS against.## What is a FPS in baseball?

FPS:

**First pitch strikes**. FPS%: First pitch strike percentage.## What does G mean in baseball?

Games Played

**Games Played**(G) Grand Slam (GSH) Ground Into Double Play (GIDP) Groundout-to-Airout Ratio (GO/AO) Hit-by-pitch (HBP)

## What does WP mean in baseball?

wild pitch

A pitcher is charged with a wild pitch when his pitch is so errant that the catcher is unable to control it and, as a result,

**baserunner**(s) advance.## Which pitcher throws most strikes?

MLB Baseball Player Stats – Strikes Thrown

Rank | Player | Value |
---|---|---|

1 | Walker Buehler |
2321 |

2 | Nathan Eovaldi | 2244 |

3 | Zack Wheeler | 2164 |

4 | Charlie Morton | 2116 |

## What does RF mean in baseball?

Range Factor

Definition.

**Range Factor**is determined by dividing the sum of a fielder’s putouts and assists by his total number of defensive games played.