Friday, May 8, 2009

One Quick Note

So in doing my latest pitching profile, I discovered that the formula I was using to calculate the Pitching Runs Created had copied wrong in Excel. Essentially, I was getting bad data. This happens from time to time as I keep all my baseball spreadsheets in Excel, and most of the formulas I'm using are fairly complicated and reliant on references to other cells. That being said, my last two entries about Jordan Lyles and Bud Norris were incorrect when I talked about their PRC.

Norris actually has the highest number of any pitcher, at 13.31. He's trailed by Lyles at 12.39, Arguello, who I just wrote about, and Seaton at 10.01. Just wanted to clear that up. I may be back tonight with a hitting profile. Stay tuned...

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