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Runs Allowed
A traditional Australian baseball gesture made at the end of many junior and senior club games, led by the coach or captain in a team huddle, often going like this:
Range Factor
The number of Chances (Putouts plus Assists) times nine divided by the number of Defensive Innings Played. The average for a Regular Player at each position in 1997: Second Base: 5.00 Third Base: 2.67 Shortstop: 4.56 Left Field: 1.99 Center Field: 2.55 Right Field: 2.06
Ratio of AB/HR
Runs Batted In. This is a statistic that is kept on each batter for hits that results in a run being scored, irregardless if they reach base safely.
Runs Created
Runs Created per 27 outs
Home Runs on the Road
Relief Pitcher
The pitcher replacing the starting pitcher. The relief pitcher can win, lose, save, or not be involved in the game’s final score.
Relief Pitcher Failures (Rpf)
Number of times a relief pitcher fails to record a save, given the opportunity.
Relief Points (Pts)
Wins plus saves minus losses
A batter that has been struck out (missed the ball or called strike). Also a team is considered ‘retired’ when they have reached their 3 out maximum.
A heated dispute involving many players from both teams, often resulting in fisticuffs
Another way of saying RBI. Also "ribeye."
Ring Up
To be given a called third strike by the umpire. The phrase may derive from American baseball or more likely, the British expression of the act of calling someone on the phone or the checkout cash register at a shop.
Range Factor
A hard line drive hit by a batter. Also "frozen rope."
Run Support per Nine Innings
A the pitching plate on the mound. The pitcher must have one foot connected to the plate while pitching to the batter. The rubber is located 60’ 6" (19.5 meters) from home plate.
Rubber Game
The deciding game of a series.
Score obtained when a base runner safely crosses home plate.
Run Batted in
The number of runs a batter drives home via a hit, sacrifice bunt or fly, walk, fielder's choice, or error.
Run Batter in (Rbi)
Statistics which shows how often a player has made it possible for his/her team mates to score while at bat. A player who has 30 RBI’s has caused 30 runs to be score. A batter is not credited with an RBI if he hits into a double play or if the run is scored because of an error.
Run Down
A played used by fielders to tag out a runner caught between bases.
Run Support Per 9 Ip
The number of runs scored by a pitcher's team while he was still in the game times nine divided by his Innings Pitched.
When a baserunner gets caught between bases by the fielders.
Called by catcher second baseman or first baseman to alert the fielders when a base runner attempts to steal (WA).
An offensive player who is advancing toward, touching, or returning to any base.
Runs (R)
Number of times a batter crosses home plate.
Runs Batted in (Rbi)
Number of runners a batter moves across home plate resulting from his hit, walk or sacrifice.
Runs Created
A way to combine a batter's total offensive contributions into one number. The formula: (H + BB + HBP - CS - GIDP) times (Total Bases + .26(TBB - IBB + HBP) + .52(SH + SF + SB)) divided by (AB + TBB + HBP + SH + SF).
Runs/Times on Base
This is calculated by dividing Runs Scored by Times on Base
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Relief Wins
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