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    Amongst position players who have appeared in at least 400 games only Johnny Estrada and Jason Phillips can make this claim.
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  • #2
    Originally posted by KCGHOST View Post
    Amongst position players who have appeared in at least 400 games only Johnny Estrada and Jason Phillips can make this claim.
    They actually had to wait a long time in between KCGHOST anagrams
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    • #3
      no thefts or triples... I've seen Phillips with the Blue Jays the past couple of years, and he doesn't seem THAT slow. You'd think with the turf he'd get a triple one of these days.

      Nice to get us back with an easy one, KCGhost.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Gee Walker View Post
        no thefts or triples... I've seen Phillips with the Blue Jays the past couple of years, and he doesn't seem THAT slow. You'd think with the turf he'd get a triple one of these days.

        Nice to get us back with an easy one, KCGhost.
        That correct.

        Now suppose I had said the group was Estrada, Jim Price and Tom Wilson and changed the number of games to 200??
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        • #5
          Originally posted by KCGHOST View Post
          That correct.

          Now suppose I had said the group was Estrada, Jim Price and Tom Wilson and changed the number of games to 200??


          Same as above with not even an attempted SB?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by EJetson View Post
            Same as above with not even an attempted SB?
            I have never heard of a stat called "not attempted a stolen base".
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            • #7
              Originally posted by KCGHOST View Post
              I have never heard of a stat called "not attempted a stolen base".
              What are you talking about

              Steals+ Times Caught Stealing= Attempted Steals (or Stolen Base Attempts)

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              • #8
                All you have defined is steal attempts that resulted in one of those two outcomes. Steal attempts can result in other things (batted balls, balks, hbp's, etc.)
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by KCGHOST View Post
                  All you have defined is steal attempts that resulted in one of those two outcomes. Steal attempts can result in other things (batted balls, balks, hbp's, etc.)

                  Then, those aren't considered steal attempts.

                  Stolen base percentage = Stolen bases / Stolen base attempts
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by EJetson View Post
                    Then, those aren't considered steal attempts.

                    Stolen base percentage = Stolen bases / Stolen base attempts

                    SB%=SB/CS.........When a base runner like Helton gets credit for a CS on a blown run&hit, it sure isn't an attempt at stealing a base when the SS is camped there roasting a hot dog, while waiting for Heltons arrival.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Old Sweater View Post
                      SB%=SB/CS.........When a base runner like Helton gets credit for a CS on a blown run&hit, it sure isn't an attempt at stealing a base when the SS is camped there roasting a hot dog, while waiting for Heltons arrival.
                      SB% = SB / (SB + CS)

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