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BABIP: The Luck Dragons, Part 2

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Uploaded on Mar 4, 2011

In addition to dealing with variations in LOB%, pitchers may also have bad luck in the form of BABIP variations. BABIP -- or batting average on balls in play -- tends to stay very near .300 for pitchers. When it strays much higher than .300, a pitcher is usually unlucky. Likewise, as a BABIP approaches .000, a pitcher is usually increasingly lucky.

See the video explaining BABIP for hitters here: http://youtu.be/WhrXb4Ch37s

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