What do you mean on the baseball data board?

1. Paxton’s 2019 regular season is six defeats, not five. (so I always think it’s wrong) 2. Paxton’s self accusation score in 2019 regular season is indeed 64 points. If the word “about” is removed, the detailed data about Paxton can be viewed on his personal homepage page of MLB. 3. K / BB is the ratio of three vibrations to four failures. Last night, I thought about it and decided to change the original description. The higher the ratio, the better the pitcher is at dealing with the opponent with three strikes. That should be the reflection of K / 9. Three strikes and four breaks are more important than pitcher’s ability to control the ball.


(1) Starts: the number of starts, which is used to measure the number of starts of the Pitcher (SP). Generally speaking, during the regular season, the team will arrange five people to start the rotation. In 162 regular season games, an average pitcher needs about 30 starts. But in fact, in view of the continuous multi day operations that may occur in the competition schedule, coaches usually arrange bullpen days (all backup pitchers come on stage) in occasional days to reduce the burden of starters. Therefore, as long as the starter can maintain more than 25 starts, it means that he has gained the trust of the coaching staff and his health is basically healthy.

2) Record: the game. On the surface, record means record, but in this case, it refers to the pitcher’s winning and losing games. This term doesn’t include starter pitcher and backup pitcher. Paxton’s current record is 15 wins and 5 losses. Maybe the subject owner doesn’t understand what winning throw and losing throw are. Let me explain again. A pitcher’s record is made up of three parts, winning, losing and irrelevant. Irrelevant wins and losses will not be directly displayed on the basic data, but it is very good to calculate. Irrelevant win / loss = match times – winning vote – losing vote.