# What does G mean in baseball stats?

## What does G mean in baseball stats?

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 App GS mean in baseball?**

Apperances / Game starts

OB%

PITCHING | |
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2B | Doubles allowed |

3B | Triples allowed |

AB | At bats |

APP / GS | Apperances / Game starts |

**What does pa g mean in baseball?**

MLB Statistics Glossary

BATTING STATISTICS | |
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#P/PA | Pitches seen per plate appearance |

G | Games played |

G/F | Ground ball/fly ball ratio GB divided by FB |

GIDP | Grounded into double play |

### What does Opie’s mean in baseball terms?

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.

**What is the difference between bWAR and fWAR?**

bWAR refers to batting. The term Pruns – A runs may be calculated from the first five factors, and the other term from the remaining factor. fWAR refers to fielding and is adjusted by position.

**Why is FanGraphs WAR different?**

The possible difference, is that, while both sites calculate WAR so that cumulative MLB WAR across one season totals 1,000, FanGraphs explicitly divides that total 57 to 43 percent among position players and pitchers; all position players’ combined WAR in a season will be 570, while pitchers’ WAR in the same span will …

## What does TB mean in baseball stats?

Total bases

Definition. Total bases refer to the number of bases gained by a batter through his hits. A batter records one total base for a single, two total bases for a double, three total bases for a triple and four total bases for a home run.

**What does ERA mean in baseball?**

Earned run average

Definition. Earned run average represents the number of earned runs a pitcher allows per nine innings — with earned runs being any runs that scored without the aid of an error or a passed ball. ERA is the most commonly accepted statistical tool for evaluating pitchers.

**What does OBS stand for in baseball?**

OBS. On-Base Average and Slugging percentage (baseball statistic)