What statistical analysis methodology do the traditionalist baseball scouts and baseball executives use to evaluate amateur high school and college baseball players? What statistical analysis methodology do the followers of the Sabermetrics movement use? Using statistical analysis, what did Dick Cramer conclude about “clutch” hitting? Using statistical analysis, why did Bill James conclude that fielding “errors” were an inadequate measure of defensive proficiency? How is Bill James’ “runs created” statistic more accurate than the traditional batting average for measuring offensive proficiency?N.B.: A “walk” is an “at bat” so the former has to be added to measure both times on-base and the total times a player bats. How would one demonstrate that the OPS (on-base percentage plus slugging percentage) is a surrogate for “runs created”?N.B.: Slugging percentage is “total bases” divided by “at bats” plus “walks” where a walk and a single is one base, a double is two bases, a triple is three bases, and a home run is four bases. What proves that Sabermetrics techniques are better measures of player performance than the traditional methods used to evaluate baseball players?
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