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  1. #721
    With careers complete now, can you run Alex Rodriguez, David Ortiz, Mark Teixeira, and Carl Crawford figures?

    Thanks!

  2. #722
    And if this process is pretty time consuming, just ortiz and a rod would be great...thanks in advance

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    Sorry for the delay been busy with other stuff. Arod has been added to the main chart. He comes in at 141.8, tied with McGriff. He's just behind Reggie and just ahead if Kiner. Worth noting that when weighing by 10k PA he gets a major bump up to 151. Will get to those others asap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sultan_1895-1948 View Post
    Sorry for the delay been busy with other stuff. Arod has been added to the main chart. He comes in at 141.8, tied with McGriff. He's just behind Reggie and just ahead if Kiner. Worth noting that when weighing by 10k PA he gets a major bump up to 151. Will get to those others asap.
    Thanks sultan, my work schedule has been ridiculous too, no worries good man.

  5. #725
    For the DNRA++ info, if I understand correctly, the WAA is strictly pitching only?
    Please confirm if my assumption is good

    If so, the biggest gaps between Baseball Reference raw and DNRA++ for WAA is:

    B-R WAA, DNRA++, Gap, Hurler:
    Guys gaining 2 or more WAA
    33.7 40.1 6.4 Walsh
    31.9 37.2 5.3 Feller
    26.5 30.9 4.4 Faber
    92.7 97.1 4.4 WJohnson
    39.0 43.3 4.3 Spahn
    19.2 23.5 4.3 Rixey
    13.2 17.4 4.2 CMays
    29.4 33.5 4.1 MBrown
    18.3 22.3 4.0 Gomez
    37.0 40.9 3.9 Hubbell
    24.2 27.7 3.5 Cicotte
    27.4 30.9 3.5 Ford
    16.1 19.5 3.4 Hoyt
    25.8 28.8 3.0 Lyons
    26.8 29.8 3.0 Drysdale
    7.3_ 10.2 2.9 Pennock
    33.8 36.6 2.8 Coveleski
    8.1_ 10.7 2.6 Zachary
    10.3 12.6 2.3 Root
    28.2 30.4 2.2 Marichal
    4.9_ 6.9_ 2.0 Sherdel
    14.0 16.0 2.0 Wynn
    12.4 14.4 2.0 Uhle

    Guys losing 2 or more WAA:
    91.5 79.9 (11.6Clemens
    65.6 55.9 (9.7) Rjohnson
    69.0 60.0 (9.0) Nichols
    49.6 43.0 (6.6) Blyleven
    61.9 55.5 (6.4) Maddux
    59.8 53.8 (6.0) PMartinez
    33.2 27.3 (5.9) Tiant
    51.9 46.0 (5.9) Schilling
    45.7 39.9 (5.8) Keefe
    99.5 93.8 (5.7) Young
    48.3 43.1 (5.2) Niekro
    7.4_ 2.6_ (4.8) Morris
    46.4 41.7 (4.7) Mussina
    17.6 13.0 (4.6) Tanana
    4.3_ 0.0_ (4.3) Kaat
    38.4 34.3 (4.1) KBrown
    10.3 6.2_ (4.1) Moyer
    36.4 32.9 (3.5) Glavine
    33.9 30.4 (3.5) Cone
    30.7 27.4 (3.3) Oswalt
    12.3 9.2_ (3.1) DMartinez
    23.3 20.3 (3.0) Hershiser
    22.4 19.5 (2.9) Gooden
    5.4_ 2.9_ (2.5) Drabek
    40.4 38.0 (2.4) Jenkins
    31.7 29.7 (2.0) Radbourn
    70.1 68.1 (2.0) Grove

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jar of Flies View Post
    For the DNRA++ info, if I understand correctly, the WAA is strictly pitching only?
    Please confirm if my assumption is good

    If so, the biggest gaps between Baseball Reference raw and DNRA++ for WAA is:

    B-R WAA, DNRA++, Gap, Hurler:
    Guys gaining 2 or more WAA
    33.7 40.1 6.4 Walsh
    31.9 37.2 5.3 Feller
    26.5 30.9 4.4 Faber
    92.7 97.1 4.4 WJohnson
    39.0 43.3 4.3 Spahn
    19.2 23.5 4.3 Rixey
    13.2 17.4 4.2 CMays
    29.4 33.5 4.1 MBrown
    18.3 22.3 4.0 Gomez
    37.0 40.9 3.9 Hubbell
    24.2 27.7 3.5 Cicotte
    27.4 30.9 3.5 Ford
    16.1 19.5 3.4 Hoyt
    25.8 28.8 3.0 Lyons
    26.8 29.8 3.0 Drysdale
    7.3_ 10.2 2.9 Pennock
    33.8 36.6 2.8 Coveleski
    8.1_ 10.7 2.6 Zachary
    10.3 12.6 2.3 Root
    28.2 30.4 2.2 Marichal
    4.9_ 6.9_ 2.0 Sherdel
    14.0 16.0 2.0 Wynn
    12.4 14.4 2.0 Uhle

    Guys losing 2 or more WAA:
    91.5 79.9 (11.6Clemens
    65.6 55.9 (9.7) Rjohnson
    69.0 60.0 (9.0) Nichols
    49.6 43.0 (6.6) Blyleven
    61.9 55.5 (6.4) Maddux
    59.8 53.8 (6.0) PMartinez
    33.2 27.3 (5.9) Tiant
    51.9 46.0 (5.9) Schilling
    45.7 39.9 (5.8) Keefe
    99.5 93.8 (5.7) Young
    48.3 43.1 (5.2) Niekro
    7.4_ 2.6_ (4.8) Morris
    46.4 41.7 (4.7) Mussina
    17.6 13.0 (4.6) Tanana
    4.3_ 0.0_ (4.3) Kaat
    38.4 34.3 (4.1) KBrown
    10.3 6.2_ (4.1) Moyer
    36.4 32.9 (3.5) Glavine
    33.9 30.4 (3.5) Cone
    30.7 27.4 (3.3) Oswalt
    12.3 9.2_ (3.1) DMartinez
    23.3 20.3 (3.0) Hershiser
    22.4 19.5 (2.9) Gooden
    5.4_ 2.9_ (2.5) Drabek
    40.4 38.0 (2.4) Jenkins
    31.7 29.7 (2.0) Radbourn
    70.1 68.1 (2.0) Grove
    If this is the case, we need to look at why dnraa++ is moving guys from one group of a few decades collectively one direction and the exact opposite for recent decades. There is a pretty staggaring pre expansion/post expansion correlation here. Very unlikey a coincidence.
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