GP / GS. Games played / Games started. H. Base hits.
What does GP mean on game changer?
Games Played – G/GP.
What is NP softball?
What is App GS in softball?
Games (G) Number of games the player has played in. Games Started (GS) Number of games a player was in the lineup when the first pitch was thrown. Hits or Hits Against (H)
What does P mean in softball?
Position POS Abbreviation Pitcher 1 P Catcher 2 C First Baseman 3 1B Second Baseman 4 2B Third Baseman 5 3B Shortstop 6 SS Left. Page 1. Softball Scorebook Abbreviations.
What does GP in baseball mean?
GP / GS. Games played / Games started.
What is BABIP stat?
BABIP measures a player’s batting average exclusively on balls hit into the field of play, removing outcomes not affected by the opposing defense (namely home runs and strikeouts). For example, a hitter who goes 2-for-5 with a home run and a strikeout would have a . 333 BABIP. He’s 1-for-3 on the balls he put in play.
What is CS in softball stats?
CS: Caught stealing. PIK: Picked off. SB%: Stolen base percentage. AVG: Batting average (season) OBP: On-base percentage (season)
What does VGT mean in softball?
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What does CS mean in softball?
Caught Stealing (CS) Double (2B) Extra-base Hit (XBH)
What does PA mean in softball?
A plate appearance refers to a batter’s turn at the plate. Each completed turn batting is one plate appearance. Plate appearances can often be confused with at-bats.
What does SA mean in softball?
Slugging Average [SA or SLG] Number of (Singles + [2 x Doubles] +[ 3 x Triples] + [4 x Home Runs]) divided by At Bats. A players Slugging Average, or Slugging Percentage, is directly defined as total bases per at-bat.
What is SBA in fielding?
SBA/ATT = Stolen base attempts – Number of times a runner has tried to steal a base.
What is the hardest position in softball?
The shortstop has many responsibilities, including catching and fielding, and are very versatile and agile players. This is perhaps the most difficult position on the field. The remaining base is reserved for the third baseman. This area is the corner diagonally opposite the first base.
What’s the easiest position in softball?
What is the easiest position in softball? Right field, because young players don’t hit the ball very far in the air, and because 80% of athletes are right handed, fewer hard-hit fly balls will go to the opposite field (right field for a right-handed hitter).
What does FP mean in softball stats?
Definition. Fielding percentage answers the question: How often does a fielder or team make the play when tasked with fielding a batted ball, throwing a ball, or receiving a thrown ball for an out.