Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Profiling the Average Player

Here are the averages for each position and what type of player on the 20-80 scale fits the positional profile. In other words, this is what a season should look like if a player was average and played an entire season.
The grades below are how this fits on the 20-80 scale for each position.


POS AGE AB   R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS BB% ISOP
C 29.5 536 72 141 30 2 15 60 48 97 2 1 0.263 0.324 0.406 0.730 6.10% 0.143
1B 29.5 521 85 147 31 2 24 80 68 101 3 2 0.282 0.365 0.487 0.852 8.30% 0.206
2B 29.0 532 65 146 31 4 13 80 46 87 11 4 0.274 0.332 0.421 0.753 5.80% 0.147
3B 28.0 533 78 146 30 3 20 75 55 110 6 3 0.273 0.341 0.451 0.792 6.80% 0.178
SS 28.0 544 55 149 28 5 11 75 42 74 16 6 0.274 0.326 0.403 0.729 5.20% 0.130
LF 30.0 525 78 146 30 4 22 81 63 106 10 3 0.278 0.354 0.474 0.828 7.65% 0.197
CF 28.0 534 63 145 27 5 16 81 51 98 20 7 0.272 0.335 0.431 0.766 6.30% 0.159
RF 27.5 527 79 146 31 3 20 80 58 108 9 4 0.277 0.348 0.460 0.808 7.10% 0.183



C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF
HIT 50 60 55 55 50 60 55 60
POWER 50 60 45 60 40 60 50 55
SPEED 40 45 55 50 60 55 65 55
FIELD 50 40 50 50 60 40 60 40
ARM 55 50 50 55 55 45 40 55
BB Rate 45 55 45 50 40 55 45 45
Overall 49 51 51 54 53 52 54 53

1 comment:

  1. I think both the stats for LF and 3B are decreasing. I'll look at this again in a couple years to see where it's heading but I think those are safe bets.

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