fielding average


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(baseball) a measure of a fielder's performance

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32 statistically significant phi value for fielding average three years prior to the hearing is found.
He's also among the top five in total career chances, putouts and fielding average and is regarded by many as the game's best defensive shortstop.
The Red Sox are third in the league in fielding average and third in fewest errors.
8--Most seasons leading the league in fielding average for shortstops established by Everett Scott (1916-1923) and later equaled by Lou Boudreau (1940-1944, 1946-1948) and Luis Aparicio (1959-1966),
899 in 133 games in 1978 he became the first regular player in 62 years to post a fielding average below .
322 that year, so it must have been a case of "good hit, no field," even if his fielding average almost matched his batting percentage.
third basemen in assists seven times and fielding average once.
He paced the American League in batting average 12 times, in homers once, in stolen bases six time, in fielding average for outfielders once, and in assists for outfielders once (in 1908 when he played right field for the Tigers).
When comparing the highest career fielding averages by position, for example, the men consistently rank higher.
Former team: Durham Batting style: Right-hand bat Batting and fielding averages First-class One-day Twenty20 Notes Became youngest Durham batsman to play in championship in 2000.
At the end of the campaign, he finished top of the club's first class bowling and fielding averages.
Similarly, the gap between the fielding averages for all players and for the five best fielders shows a marked decline over time.