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  • Where can I find Past and Present UZR ratings?

    Ultimate Zone Rating...you know, the defensive metric created by Michael Lichtman based on PBP data.

    Does anybody know where I can find it?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Frank Bundy III (AtHomePlate.com)
    "Abreu is one of the big leagues' rare six-tool players, since plate discipline is long overdue to be added to the original five: hit, run, catch, throw, hit for power."

    --Kevin Hench, FoxSports.com

    Flags Fly Forever

  • #2
    TangoTiger's site has some and also Baseball Primer archives will have some of the articles. Look under Super Linear Weights as well as UZR. The problem with UZR is that MGL is now employed by the Cardinals so a lof that work is now proprietary and is no longer published on the net.

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    • #3
      Actually TangoTigers site has a link directly to MGL's work in Baseball Primer. So it is probably your best bet to go directly to his site.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by cubbieinexile
        Actually TangoTigers site has a link directly to MGL's work in Baseball Primer. So it is probably your best bet to go directly to his site.
        Thanks, I don't believe it actually has listings though...but I'll check again.


        Frank
        "Abreu is one of the big leagues' rare six-tool players, since plate discipline is long overdue to be added to the original five: hit, run, catch, throw, hit for power."

        --Kevin Hench, FoxSports.com

        Flags Fly Forever

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        • #5
          Cincy 1999-2003: http://www.tangotiger.net/UZRcin.html
          MLB 2000-2003: http://www.tangotiger.net/UZR0003.html
          MLB 2000-2003 True Talent levels: http://www.tangotiger.net/UZR9903TT.html

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          • #6
            2002 SS
            Code:
            2002 NL SS UZR Data
            
            
            Name               Team  Games Played  Chances  Adj. UZR Rate  Unadj. Runs  Adj. Runs
            Tony Womack         Ari           149      422           .678          -25        -22
            Alex S. Gonzalez    ChC           142      382           .734           -7         -4
            Jimmy Rollins       Phi           152      488           .701          -16        -17
            Barry Larkin        Cin           135      425           .720          -11         -8
            Jack Wilson         Pit           143      499           .733            1         -6
            Rey Ordonez         NYM           142      416           .759            6          4
            Rich Aurilia         SF           131      327           .689          -16        -16
            Orlando Cabrera     Mon           153      519           .758            3          4
            Jose Hernandez      Mil           149      469           .786           10         14
            Deivi Cruz           SD           147      380           .734           -1         -3
            Rafael Furcal       Atl           150      451           .765            8          7
            Juan Uribe          Col           155      521           .797            9         19
            Edgar Renteria      StL           149      449           .762            4          5
            Andy Fox            Fla           112      265           .770           11          5
            Cesar Izturis        LA           128      290           .774            9          6
            2002 AL SS UZR Data
            
            
            Name                Team  Games PLayed  Chances  Adj. UZR Rate  Unadj. Runs  Adj. Runs
            Cristian Guzman      Min           147      378           .688          -17        -17
            Derek Jeter          NYY           156      415           .673          -26        -24
            Neifi Perez           KC           139      405           .707          -16        -13
            Carlos Guillen       Sea           130      334           .737           -2         -2
            Omar Vizquel         Cle           150      461           .761            9          7
            Chris Gomez           TB           130      345           .745           -1          0
            Miguel Tejada        Oak           156      539           .756            6          4
            Nomar Garciaparra    Bos           154      481           .755            3          4
            David Eckstein       Ana           147      406           .771           10          7
            Alex Rodriguez       Tex           162      443           .768           14          8
            Royce Clayton        CWS           109      278           .777            8          8
            Mike Bordick         Bal           117      354           .814           15         19

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            • #7
              Thank you Cubbie and BoSoxRule.
              "Abreu is one of the big leagues' rare six-tool players, since plate discipline is long overdue to be added to the original five: hit, run, catch, throw, hit for power."

              --Kevin Hench, FoxSports.com

              Flags Fly Forever

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              • #8
                BUMP!

                I know a set came out right before ASB. Any chance we can get some updated #'s?? At least for the Gold Glovers?

                TIA.

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                • #9
                  This is everything mgl has released:

                  http://www.tangotiger.net/mgl/
                  Author of THE BOOK -- Playing The Percentages In Baseball

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