Boston, Ninety Four Mph, One Hundred Mph discussed on Bang the Book

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That's a big range ninety five plus you've got the five seventeen batting average so on ninety six to one hundred mph batted balls guys are hitting three ninety two where they four thirty eight will but if you go up to a hundred plus it's six eleven batting average where they seven seventy eight will so the degrees of exit loss and he really change what happens with the outcomes of these batted balls so if we do it out in ninety two ninety four miles per hour on batted balls it's three twenty batting average which is still good but obviously it's not the three ninety two of ninety six to a hundred or the you know five seventeen on ninety five plus that's three oh four wilda with ninety to ninety four mph bed at balls eighty five to eighty nine miles per hour is a two nineteen batting average were they to seven woah so that's a significant decrease you go from ninety to ninety four with a three twenty batting average to eighty five to eighty nine were they to nineteen batting average that's where we get a lot of significance that's why when you look at guys who have average exit velocities in that eighty five to eighty seven rains something like that those guys that can sustain good numbers that can stave off that era extra progression and again this is this is a very simple thing where i'm just adding numbers to it and quantifying that a little bit and then i tell people this all the time about sabermetrics it's simply giving context providing a value so what you can already see with your eyes the harder the contact the more bad things that happen the more hard contacted team has the better they should be authencity and exit boston you get hit say reliability point very very early for individual hitters so guys hit the ball hard are going to continue.

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