Called strike – I don’t know what value it is because you don’t say anything about balls and strikes. So, I’m guessing its zero.
Ball – same as above
Takes a ball
Hits a foul ball on a pitch he should have never swung at, but he gets a point anyway
Pulls line drive double
Takes a strike
Takes a ball
Swings and misses
Hits a foul ball
Hits a ground ball right at f5
Beats out a swinging bunt I suppose has to be scored as a ground ball
Takes strike 1
Hits a line drive
Humpback line drive
Routine fly ball
So for that inning it would be:
Ok, what does it tell me? It looks like player #53 was easily the most “productive”, followed by players 12 and 2, and players 55, 28, and 34 were the least “productive” in the inning.
But what it doesn’t say, is that player 53 fell asleep at 2nd base and was erased by a poor throw behind him on a ground ball. It doesn’t say that player 34’s humpback line drive fell in, just in front of f9, and because he busted butt out of the box, was able to slide into 2nd with a pure “hustle double.
Am I saying your “productivity” guide isn’t any good? Heck no! What I’m saying is, you’re idea of how to measure productivity is not anything like mine is. To me, it has too many holes that allow too many things to fall through the cracks.
But, if it works for you. GREAT! If I was scoring for you and you asked me to track productivity your way, I would. But I would do my very best to convince you there was a “better” way, because I know from my experience with the numbers, that there are better ways.