average batter card

Using the rating data (the best half of the free agents plus the Titusville roster), an average batter card can be calculated.

   vs L                vs R
---------           ---------
  0 -  10    Crazy    0 -  10
 11 -  70    Error   11 -  70
 71 -  80     LO     71 -  80
 81 -  96    Park    81 -  96
 97 - 140     1B     97 - 134
141 - 152     2B    135 - 144
153 - 174     DP    145 - 166
175 - 218     1B    167 - 204
219 - 221     3B    205 - 206
222 - 229     SF    207 - 215
230 - 245     HR    216 - 229
246 - 250     HB    230 - 234
251 - 278     RG    235 - 270
279 - 324     BB    271 - 302
325 - 399     K     303 - 379
400 - 412     2B    380 - 389
413 - 441     RG    390 - 426
442 - 499     EF    427 - 499

In terms of ranges, it looks like this:

  vs L             vs R
 ------           ------
   11.0    Crazy    11.0
   60.0    Error    60.0
   10.0     LO      10.0
   16.0    Park     16.0
   43.5     1B      37.9
   12.0     2B       9.7
   22.5     DP      22.2
   44.0     1B      38.4
    2.9     3B       2.3
    8.1     SF       8.3
   16.0     HR      13.9
    4.5     HB       5.2
   28.5     RG      36.1
   46.3     BB      32.2
   75.0     K       77.1
   12.4     2B      10.2
   28.9     RG      36.6
   58.3     EF      73.1

You can see why lefty pitchers can have a hard time.

One thought on “average batter card”

  1. Interesting how it shows lefties struggling a bit. Interesting to see what a pitcher card would look like.

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