earned run

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a run that was not scored as the result of an error by the other team

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Sabathia conceded five earned runs in seven innings.
BONUS: Pitchers are often judged by their earned run averages (ERA).
Statistical analysis to measure player performance has become so sophisticated over the last quarter century that traditional tools like batting average and earned run average have been augmented and in some cases even replaced by more encompassing measurements like on-base percentage, which became an official statistic in 1984, and the more revolutionary OPS--a term that combines a player's on-base percentage and slugging percentage.
Papelbon proceeded to give up five hits and four earned runs.
Escobar has given up just two earned runs in each of his last four outings and doesn't have a single victory to show for it.
Junior pitcher Jordan Taylor allowed just one earned run in 36 innings in the tournament and struck out 56 batters, pushing her season total to 203.
He couldn't, especially after his horrendous July, in which he gave up 25 earned runs over 31 2/3 innings in six starts.
Fausto Carmona was rattled for 10 earned runs in three innings, and got the loss.
Going into Friday's game against San Francisco , Hendrickson had made three starts at Dodger Stadium, losing two and giving up 12 earned runs in 18 innings.
In five starts since the All-Star break, Billingsley had turned in a 3-1 record with just seven earned runs allowed in 29 innings, but had continued a season-long struggle with his control.
Penny, who walked none and struck out four, has allowed three earned runs in 27 1/3 innings against Colorado this year.
Seo was chased out of the nation's capital after giving up six earned runs and seven hits Saturday, so the fact he arrived safely in the fourth inning against Philadelphia was somewhat encouraging.
In two appearances since returning from his 18-day banishment to Triple-A Las Vegas, Carter has allowed three earned runs on five hits over two innings.
He allowed two earned runs and walked one in seven strong innings.
In 6 2/3 innings against a difficult - if not distracted - Baltimore lineup Wednesday, Lackey added to his power-pitcher portfolio, giving up two earned runs and striking out seven to extend his season total to 141, third in the AL.