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Batting average against

In baseball statistics, batting average against (denoted by BAA or AVG), or opponents' batting average (denoted by OBA) is a statistic that measures a pitcher's ability to prevent hits during official at bats. It can alternatively be described as the league's hitters' combined batting average against the pitcher. It is calculated as: Hits Allowed divided by (Batters Faced minus Walks minus Hit Batsmen minus Sacrifice Hits minus Sacrifice Flies minus Catcher's Interference).[1]

It is calculated as: BAA = \frac{H}{BF-BB-HBP-SH-SF-CINT}

for which:

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References

  1. ^ "Classic Fantasy Baseball Glossary - Definitions of Terms".  
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