fielding average

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(baseball) a measure of a fielder's performance

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During his career, Ripken was twice selected as the American League's Most Valuable Player, was the 1982 American League Rookie of the Year, was a member of the 1983 World Series champion team, and set a fielding percentage record for shortstops in 1990.
Like Oregon, the Buckeyes play defense well, ranking 19th in the nation (Oregon is seventh) in fielding percentage.
Leah O'Brien-Amico posted a perfect fielding percentage at the 1996
The Ducks were still listed as the national leaders in fielding percentage when the week began, but that's likely to change after being charged with five errors in Tuesday's game at Portland.
Even though they improved in the second half, the Angels still finished with the worst fielding percentage in the American League (.
996 fielding percentage at first base, which is also a Major League record.
Notes: After not committing an error for the previous three games and leading the nation in fielding percentage, the Ducks were charged with three errors on Friday, two by players attempting to field sacrifice bunts.
All the way around the infield, the Angels were substandard, leaving them with the worst fielding percentage in the American League.
also holds several Major League records for shortstops, including a string of 95 straight errorless games (1990); fewest errors by a shortstop (three) in a season (1990); and highest fielding percentage (.
Defensively, Oregon leads the nation in fielding percentage at .
977 fielding percentage ranks eighth all-time among shortstops.
Whoever ends up at those positions, they'll join a defense that has to be better than last season when Oregon committed 91 errors and had a fielding percentage of .
A veteran of nine big league seasons with the Mets, Astros, and Dodgers, Bogar played every infield position, including 441 games at short, where he made 37 errors for a fielding percentage of .
Last season, the Angels tied for the American League lead in fielding percentage.
000 fielding percentage at three positions - first base, third base, and right field.