How Are Baseball Erss Calculated and Do They Apply to All Players or Just Pitchers?

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In modern baseball, ERAs can be roughly interpreted as < 2.00 Exceptional. Achieved very rarely., 2.00–3.00 Excellent. Only achieved by best pitchers in the league, 3.00–4.00 Better than average, 4.00–5.00 Average, 5.00–6.00 Worse than average and > 6.00 Very poor. Performance this consistently bad usually leads to reduction of pitching duties and possibly demotion to a lower league.
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