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Old 01-08-2020, 11:56 PM   #1
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R/9 not calculated correctly on HTML exports

It seems that R/9 on a pitcher's player page is being calculated with some formula that I am unable to figure out, but it is definitely not (R/IP) *9.

For instance on the following player's page he has given up 66 runs in 144 innings pitched, therefore his R/9 should be 4.125, but instead it's showing up as 11.00 (at this point in time anyway).

http://www.ontarioleagues.ca/oba/htm...ayer_8744.html

Note: The numbers might change due to the league being in process, but you can still do the math and see the incorrect result on any exported pitcher page.

Can you please correct this minor bug whenever you have a chance. It's not game breaking or anything but accuracy is everything! Thanks.
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Old 01-21-2020, 11:44 PM   #2
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Any confirmation on this from a dev? Seems like a simple bug to fix.
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Old 01-22-2020, 11:18 AM   #3
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R/9 is runners per 9 innings, not runs per 9 innings
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Thanks for clearing that up.

Perhaps you could have the glossary in the help document updated then as it does not indicate anywhere that R/9 is runners per 9. It only ever mentions runs per 9.

http://manuals.ootpdevelopments.com/...&page=glossary

"R / 9 or RA / 9 - "Runs Allowed per 9 Innings" - Runs scored against a pitcher for each 9 innings he has pitched."

It does have the following though.

"Baserunners / 9 IP - "Baserunners per 9 innings" - The number of hitters who reach base for every nine innings pitched. A measure of a pitcher's effectiveness at keeping runners off the bases, whether by hits or by walks."

Perhaps instead of changing the glossary as it appears to define both items effectively, the HTML export could be updated to an acronym of BR/9 to prevent this kind of confusion.

Either way, I appreciate the information! Thank you for clarifying.
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