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Do you have a detailed glossary of each stat heading?

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I am looking for a explanation of your filedin adv. stats? I have read the glossary which is very informative but doesn't address some of the abbreviations you use ?

 

thanks Dan
asked Sep 14, 2012 in Sabermetrics by danthestatman (8 points)

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rSB – Stolen Base Runs Saved (Catchers/Pitchers) measures two things: the pitcher’s contributions to controlling the running game, and gives the catcher credit for throwing out runners and preventing them from attempting steals in the first place.
rBU – Bunt Runs Saved (1B/3B) evaluates a fielder’s handling of bunted balls in play.
rGDP – Double Play Runs Saved (2B/SS) credits infielders for turning double plays as opposed to getting one out on the play.
rARM – Outfield Arms Runs Saved evaluates an outfielder’s throwing arm based on how often runner advance on base hits and are thrown out trying to take extra bases.
rHR – HR Saving Catch Runs Saved credits the outfielder 1.6 runs per robbed home run.
rPM – Plus Minus Runs Saved evaluates the fielder’s range and ability to convert a batted ball to an out.
DRS – Total Defensive Runs Saved indicates how many runs a player saved or hurt his team in the field compared to the average player at his position.

 

http://www.fangraphs.com/library/defense/drs/

 

● Outfield Arm Runs (ARM) – The amount of runs above average an outfielder saves with their arm by preventing runners to advance.
● Double-Play Runs (DPR) – The amount of runs above average an infielder is in turning double-plays.
● Range Runs  (RngR) – Is the player an Ozzie Smith or an Adam Dunn? Do they get to more balls than average or not?
● Error Runs (ErrR) – Does the player commit more or fewer errors compared with a league-average player at their position?

 

http://www.fangraphs.com/library/defense/uzr/

 

These links are all in the Glossary section under "defense".

answered Sep 14, 2012 by James Gentile (1,762 points)
What about the "Bat" offensive statistic? What does that represent?
It's park-adjusted wRAA.
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