The sabermetric blog of Cyril "Cy" Morong, professor of Economics at San Antonio College
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
The Relationship Between Team OPS Differential And Winning Percentage, By Decades
I learned on Oct 21 that there are some discrepancies between Baseball Reference and Retrosheet, so I can't be sure of these results. If...
Saturday, October 18, 2014
The 25 Highest And Lowest Team OPS Differentials From 1914-2014
I learned on Oct 21 that there are some discrepancies between Baseball Reference and Retrosheet, so I can't be sure of these results. ...
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Team Winning Percentage As A Function Of OPS Differentials In High, Medium And Low Leverage Situations
I recently posted a regression generated equation where team winning pct was a function of overall OPS differential. It was based on the yea...
Sunday, October 12, 2014
How Have The Royals Won 7.36 More Games Than Their OPS Differential Would Indicate?
They had a .690 OPS during the season and allowed .687. That should give them a .50397 winning pct or 81.64 wins. They actually won 89 games...
Major League Situational Stats, 2010-2014
Compiled using the Baseball Reference Play Index. Split PA BA OBP SLG OPS Total 923779 0.254 0.319 ...
Friday, October 3, 2014
Is it hard to quantify the success of the Giants?
One of the announcers on the Fox broadcast said it was today (around the time they mentioned their low SB total of 55). They did win 2.67 mo...
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Could The Tigers Hit 200 HRs If They Played In Camden Yards?
They just said so on the TBS broadcast. Here are the road HR totals for all AL teams this year Baltimore 104 LA Angels ...
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