To figure out on base percentage, divide the number of times a player has reached base safely by the total number of at bats that players has had. Be sure to subtract out from that
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1. Write down the lower cost. Write down the higher cost. For example, write $15 as the lower cost, and $30 as the higher cost. 2. Write an equation that divides the lower cost by
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On Base Percentage (OB% is Walks (BB) plus Hits (H) plus Hit By Pitches (HBP) divided by Plate Appearances (PA) Plate Appearances is defined by At Bats plus Walks plus + Hit By Pitches
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Not sure you'll get consensus on this, but, in my opinion, a "good" OBP would be .350 and a "really good" OBP would be .390. For SLG, something like .450/.550.
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