Sunday, October 05, 2014
The pitching chart tracked each pitcher's number of pitches thrown, batters faced, and outs recorded. The end of the chart shows ratios for outs per 100 pitches, pitches per batter faced, and pitches per out recorded.
The hitting chart tracked each hitter's number of pitches thrown to them, and the number of plate appearances. The end of the chart shows the total number of pitches thrown to them, the total number of plate appearances, and the average number of pitches per plate appearance.
The runs chart is probably something for which I should have another name. It's the schedule laid out vertically, with bars of various length representing the number of runs the Mariners scored or allowed.
The runs scored and runs allowed charts tracked how many times the Mariners scored a certain amount of runs. Mean and median runs are indicated as well.
The margin of outcome charts tracked how many times the Mariners won or lost by a certain amount of runs. Again, mean and median are indicated.
Soon, Mariners fans. Soon.