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When you state 1st pitch, 2nd pitch, etc - are you determining them in the order they are shown or taking the highest rated pitch as P1, 2nd as P2, etc?Posted by crickett13 on 5/21/2013 1:26:00 PM (view original):

I use a percentage on each pitch that adds up to 100. On a 5 pitch pitcher the 1st pitch is 55% and the last is 5% on a 2 pitch guy the 1st pitch is 65% and the second pitch is worth 35%.Not sure if it makes sense but I am used to it.

lolPosted by rangerup on 5/21/2013 1:49:00 PM (view original):

I just look at them, all calculations are done in a split second in my head. Play long enough and you know who will do what for you, taking into consideration your D, his ratings, the ballpark and your O.

WOW!

I've just taken over a team in need of a major rebuild, and an answer to one or both would be quite helpful. Thanks!

Not many people will give up their formulas. VR is more important than VL. P1 is more important than P2. Some swear control is more important than any.

The order they are inPosted by profgreen on 5/21/2013 1:34:00 PM (view original):When you state 1st pitch, 2nd pitch, etc - are you determining them in the order they are shown or taking the highest rated pitch as P1, 2nd as P2, etc?Posted by crickett13 on 5/21/2013 1:26:00 PM (view original):

I use a percentage on each pitch that adds up to 100. On a 5 pitch pitcher the 1st pitch is 55% and the last is 5% on a 2 pitch guy the 1st pitch is 65% and the second pitch is worth 35%.Not sure if it makes sense but I am used to it.

for the 0-100 scale, what do you consider to be ML quality ? I have devised a similar formula, and I was thinking around 70 or 75, but I was just curious what standard you used.Posted by duece112 on 5/21/2013 10:19:00 AM (view original):

When doing my evaluations I evaluate on a 0-100 score basis. So control + vL + vR + Vel + FB/GB + Pitches are all assigned a certain percentage that adds up to 1 (or 100) and multiply and sum. I have a different formula to get one score for pitches. I was curious if someone wants to get with me to brainstorm on a better pitch evaluation score... for instance if you just average the pitches (that have a rating above zero) two pitch relievers frequently have a much higher score than a 4 or 5 pitch starter. The thought being that 4 80 pitches is better than 2 80 pitches.

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