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By John C Bertoletti

Professional baseball gamers depend on their managers' math abilities to win baseball video games. A video game made up of records, baseball calls for that everybody concerned pay attention to how math can impact the result of the game--from which order avid gamers should still bat to the probabilities of successful a online game whilst one is wasting. How Baseball Managers Use Math unearths how baseball managers use math to calculate ratings and create online game strategies.

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00. 250, or 25%. 2 wins + 6 losses = 8 total wins and losses. 250, or 25%. 512. The Barons are having the best season. Pages 16-17: Why the Count Matters: 3–2: 3 balls and 2 strikes. 1–2: 1 ball and 2 strikes. 2–2: 2 balls and 2 strikes. 3–1: 3 balls and 1 strike. A batter with a 3–2 or 3–1 count will go to first base if he gets one more ball, for a total of 4. Pages 18-19: Intentional Walks: Sample answer: A batter with a low batting average is at bat. A great pitcher is pitching. The pitcher should not give the batter an intentional walk because the batter is unlikely to get a hit.

1–2: 1 ball and 2 strikes. 2–2: 2 balls and 2 strikes. 3–1: 3 balls and 1 strike. A batter with a 3–2 or 3–1 count will go to first base if he gets one more ball, for a total of 4. Pages 18-19: Intentional Walks: Sample answer: A batter with a low batting average is at bat. A great pitcher is pitching. The pitcher should not give the batter an intentional walk because the batter is unlikely to get a hit. The pitcher is likely to get the batter out. Pages 20-21: Getting the Right Combination: Sample answers: 3 catchers, 6 infielders, 5 outfielders; 2 catchers, 7 infielders, 5 outfielders.

Pages 22-23: Should the Pitcher Bat? Sample answer: The manager should use a pinch hitter. 100. 280, which is much higher. The pinch hitter is more likely to get a hit. Pages 24-25: Keeping a Close Eye on the Pitch Count: He had the highest pitch count on May 7. He had the lowest pitch count on April 10. Sample answer: The pitcher won games when his pitch count was low (under 100). He lost games when his pitch count was high (over 100). 500 batting average against him. 600 batting average against Martin Smith.

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