Ok here's the guys I've done so far. Haven't transferred to chart mode yet.

This is sorted by DNRA++ but that's before IP is taken into account, so maybe it shouldn't be? DNRA++ is a rate stat right?

Check out who comes in at #34 just behind Spahn. Mr. Bambino himself. Yes, just 1221 innings, so the numbers other than DNRA++ are affected, and rightfully so. But I was curious if he put up the same rates over 3500 IP, which isn't a lot to ask imo, assuming he stayed pitching full-time for '18 and '19. He was still developing. Still honing a changeup actually and would have become better individually AND relatively imo. Anyway, it's only 3500 IP, but WAA comes to 28.680 and NRS 223.12, right behind Marichal for #32 if sorted by NRS.

Ok enough of that. Actually wanted to ask you something, because this is going to come up again. The last guy on here, Darling. Not sure how to calculate a negative number. Don't think it's working out right. I'm getting -6.031 for WAA and then 125.096 for NRS. Is that right?

DNRA++chartpic.jpg

This is sorted by DNRA++ but that's before IP is taken into account, so maybe it shouldn't be? DNRA++ is a rate stat right?

Check out who comes in at #34 just behind Spahn. Mr. Bambino himself. Yes, just 1221 innings, so the numbers other than DNRA++ are affected, and rightfully so. But I was curious if he put up the same rates over 3500 IP, which isn't a lot to ask imo, assuming he stayed pitching full-time for '18 and '19. He was still developing. Still honing a changeup actually and would have become better individually AND relatively imo. Anyway, it's only 3500 IP, but WAA comes to 28.680 and NRS 223.12, right behind Marichal for #32 if sorted by NRS.

Ok enough of that. Actually wanted to ask you something, because this is going to come up again. The last guy on here, Darling. Not sure how to calculate a negative number. Don't think it's working out right. I'm getting -6.031 for WAA and then 125.096 for NRS. Is that right?

DNRA++chartpic.jpg

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