K/GI BB/GI H/GI

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tenn63
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K/GI BB/GI H/GI

Post by tenn63 » Mon Apr 18, 2022 4:03 am

ipad version 5.185

i am confused by these stats perhaps i am not understanding the meaning.

here are stats from iscore team stats page
pitcher has 27 innings pitched..24 strikeouts..11 walks..and 27 hits allowed.. K/GI = 6.22 BB/GI= 2.85 H/GI= 7.00 (calculated on team stats page)

if K/GI means (strikeouts per inning) then K/GI should = .888 or strikeouts/innings pitched
BB/GI should = .407
H/GI should = 1.000
what am i missing here or am i misinterpreting the meaning of the stat?
thank you
Afjb
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Re: K/GI BB/GI H/GI

Post by Afjb » Mon Apr 18, 2022 6:11 am

Hi, I think GI = Game Innings. So it might equate to the number of innings for the total game and not just how many innings the pitcher pitched.
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Re: K/GI BB/GI H/GI

Post by PetroGuy » Tue Apr 19, 2022 4:36 am

Afjb is correct. the standard metric is K/9 or strikeouts per 9 innings. The K/GI compensates for this to a degree by using the number of scheduled innings per game.
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