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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.

## How do you calculate strikeout rate?

Strikeout rate represents the frequency with which a pitcher strikes out hitters, as determined by total strikeouts divided by total batters faced.

## What is a good K per 9?

Context:

Rating | K/9 | K% |
---|---|---|

Excellent | 10.0 | 27.0% |

Great | 9.0 | 24.0% |

Above Average | 8.2 | 22.0% |

Average | 7.7 | 20.0% |

## How do you calculate home runs per 9 innings?

HR/9 represents the average number of home runs allowed by a pitcher on a nine-inning scale. The statistic is determined by dividing a pitcher’s home runs allowed by his total innings pitched and multiplying the result by nine.

## How do you calculate walks per 9?

Definition. Walks per nine innings tells us how many walks a given pitcher allows per nine innings pitched — using the formula walks divided by innings times nine.

## How do you calculate K 9 in Baseball?

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.

## What is a good K percentage?

Context:

Rating | K% | BB% |
---|---|---|

Excellent | 10.0% | 15.0% |

Great | 12.5% | 12.5% |

Above Average | 16.0% | 10.0% |

Average | 20.0% | 8.0% |

## Who is the best strikeout pitcher?

MLB’s 30 Best Strikeout Pitchers, Ranked

- Nolan Ryan. Career: 27 seasons (1966, 1968-93)
- Randy Johnson. Career: 22 seasons (1988-2009) …
- Billy Wagner. Career: 16 seasons (1995-2010) …
- Roger Clemens. Career: 24 seasons (1984-2007) …
- Justin Verlander. Career: 16 seasons (2005-present) …
- Pedro Martinez. …
- Bob Feller. …
- Steve Carlton. …

## Who has the best strikeout rate in MLB?

MLB Baseball Player Stats – Strikeout %

Rank | Player | Value |
---|---|---|

1 | Kevin Newman | 7.4% |

2 | David Fletcher | 9.0% |

3 | Adam Frazier | 10.8% |

4 | Michael Brantley | 11.5% |

## Who has the most strikeouts per 9 innings?

Career Leaders & Records for Strikeouts per 9 IP

Rank | Player (yrs, age) | Strikeouts per 9 IP |
---|---|---|

1. | Robbie Ray (8, 29) | 11.2102 |

2. | Chris Sale (11, 32) | 11.0809 |

3. | Yu Darvish (9, 34) | 11.0714 |

4. | Jacob deGrom (8, 33) | 10.7358 |

## How do you calculate hits per 9 innings?

Definition. 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.

## How many innings are in BB?

In baseball statistics, bases on balls per nine innings pitched (BB/9IP or BB/9) or walks per nine innings (denoted by W/9) is the average number of bases on balls, (or walks) given up by a pitcher per nine innings pitched.

## How do you calculate FIP?

The formula for FIP is simply: (13*HR + 3*BB – 2*K)/IP + C, where C is a constant term that re-centers the league-average FIP to match its average ERA.

## What is the average strikeouts per game?

Average over the past five years:

Team | Average Strikeouts Per Game |
---|---|

Cleveland Indians | 7.406 |

Oakland Athletics | 7.37 |

NY Yankees | 7.352 |

Detroit Tigers | 7.306 |

## What is a good strikeout to walk ratio for a pitcher?

Strikeout to walk ratio helps us find those pitchers. Over the last three years, the average strikeout to walk ratio for a starting pitcher is 2.8, meaning pitchers on average strikeout 2.8 hitters for every one they walk.