**Contents**show

Definition. A starting pitcher is credited with a shutout when he pitches the entire game for a team and does not allow the opposition to score. By definition, any pitcher who throws a shutout is also awarded a win.

## What does SHO mean in pitching stats?

A shutout, abbreviated SHO or ShO, is a game in which the opposing team does not score a run. A pitcher is credited with a shutout if he pitches a complete game and does not allow a run.

## What does RR mean in baseball?

Definition. A player is awarded a run if he crosses the plate to score his team a run. When tallying runs scored, the way in which a player reached base is not considered.

## What does H mean for pitchers?

A hold occurs when a relief pitcher enters the game in a save situation and maintains his team’s lead for the next relief pitcher, while recording at least one out. … As a statistic, holds are designed to credit late-relief pitchers who are not closers.

## What does Bo mean in baseball?

Bases on Balls (Walks) Batting Average. Caught Stealing. Doubles. Ground into Double Plays.

## What is a CG in baseball?

Definition. A pitcher earns a complete game if he pitches the entire game for his team regardless of how long it lasts. If the game is shortened by rain or if it lasts into extra innings, it counts as a complete game if the pitcher was the only pitcher to record an appearance for his team.

## What does BB mean in baseball?

Definition. A walk (or base on balls) occurs when a pitcher throws four pitches out of the strike zone, none of which are swung at by the hitter. After refraining from swinging at four pitches out of the zone, the batter is awarded first base. In the scorebook, a walk is denoted by the letters BB.

## What does Opie’s mean in baseball?

On-base plus slugging (OPS) is a sabermetric baseball statistic calculated as the sum of a player’s on-base percentage and slugging average. The ability of a player both to get on base and to hit for power, two important offensive skills, are represented.

## What does POS mean in baseball?

[ Return To Top ] Player’s position.

## What does TP mean in baseball?

Definition. A triple play occurs when the defending team records three outs on a single defensive play.

## What does h9 mean in baseball?

H/9 represents the average number of hits a pitcher allows per nine innings pitched. It is determined by dividing a pitcher’s hits allowed by his innings pitched and multiplying that by nine. It’s a very useful tool for evaluating pitchers, whose goal is to prevent runs, which are usually scored by hits.

## What does 2B stand for in baseball?

Double (2B)

A batter is credited with a double when he hits the ball into play and reaches second base without the help of an intervening error or attempt to put out another baserunner.

## What is K 9 in MLB The Show?

K/9 rate measures how many strikeouts a pitcher averages for every nine innings pitched. It is determined by dividing his strikeout total by his innings pitched total and multiplying the result by nine. … As a result, relief-pitcher K/9 numbers are generally higher than those of starting pitchers.

## What does LOB mean in baseball?

Left on base can be viewed as both an individual statistic or as a team statistic. In an individual batter’s case, it refers to how many men remain on base after that batter makes an out at the plate, as the batter has failed to do his job to score those runners — or at least put himself in a position to score.

## What does RF mean in baseball?

Definition. Range Factor is determined by dividing the sum of a fielder’s putouts and assists by his total number of defensive games played.