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  • brett
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    Originally posted by Bigfoot 88 View Post
    I experimented with Johnny Bench's numbers and it is best 7.

    If you go by his best 7 year run his total 58.1 but his best 7 would give you 59.1
    Thank you!

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  • Bigfoot 88
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    Originally posted by brett View Post
    Is it 7 consecutive years, or best 7?
    I experimented with Johnny Bench's numbers and it is best 7.

    If you go by his best 7 year run his total 58.1 but his best 7 would give you 59.1

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  • brett
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    Originally posted by Bigfoot 88 View Post
    JAWS as described by B-R:

    Glad to see they have added the numbers, complete the with average score for each position.

    Here is the leaderboard for catchers, you can find the other positions on the page: http://www.baseball-reference.com/leaders/jaws_C.shtml

    Is it 7 consecutive years, or best 7?

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  • Bothrops Atrox
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    Originally posted by Bigfoot 88 View Post
    JAWS as described by B-R:

    Glad to see they have added the numbers, complete the with average score for each position.

    Here is the leaderboard for catchers, you can find the other positions on the page: http://www.baseball-reference.com/leaders/jaws_C.shtml
    I probably like this method a little more than Adam's HOF Score...well, maybe not. They both have their merits. Both are better than just using WAR by itself, of course.

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  • Bigfoot 88
    started a topic JAWS is on Baseball-Reference

    JAWS is on Baseball-Reference

    JAWS as described by B-R:
    JAWS (Jaffe WAR Score system) was developed by sabermetrician Jay Jaffe as a means to measure a player's Hall of Fame worthiness. A player's JAWS is their career WAR averaged with their 7-year peak WAR. Note that only batting or pitching WAR are used in detmining the averages at a given position. The current Hall of Famers are then grouped by position and a position average JAWS is computed.
    Glad to see they have added the numbers, complete the with average score for each position.

    Here is the leaderboard for catchers, you can find the other positions on the page: http://www.baseball-reference.com/leaders/jaws_C.shtml

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