Contents

- 1 What is a good on-base percentage in softball?
- 2 What is a perfect on-base percentage?
- 3 What does on-base percentage include?
- 4 How fast do d1 softball pitchers throw?
- 5 What is a good home to first time in softball?
- 6 How do you calculate on base percentage?
- 7 Is batting average or on base percentage?
- 8 How is on base percentage lower than batting average?
- 9 Is on base percentage more important than batting average?
- 10 What is base percentage?
- 11 Is a higher batting average better?
- 12 How is war calculated?

## What is a good on-base percentage in softball?

500 on base percentage. An on base percentage of over. 400 is considered really good.

## What is a perfect on-base percentage?

340 OBP is solid, a. 360 is very good, and significantly higher than. 360 is great, with an on base percentage of. 400 or higher being generally exceptional.

## What does on-base percentage include?

OBP refers to how frequently a batter reaches base per plate appearance. Times on base include hits, walks and hit-by-pitches, but do not include errors, times reached on a fielder’s choice or a dropped third strike.

## How fast do d1 softball pitchers throw?

Division 1: 63 MPH or faster. Division 2: 58 MPH or faster. Division 3 and NAIA: 55 MPH or faster.

## What is a good home to first time in softball?

My top 14U players home to first time is about 3 seconds. I consider anything under 3.2 to be fast and 3.3 – 3.5 to be the average. Anything over 3.5 would be slow. For a 9 YO I would add about a second to these times.

## How do you calculate on base percentage?

On Base Percentage (aka OBP, On Base Average, OBA) is a measure of how often a batter reaches base. It is approximately equal to Times on Base/Plate appearances. The full formula is OBP = (Hits + Walks + Hit by Pitch) / (At Bats + Walks + Hit by Pitch + Sacrifice Flies).

## Is batting average or on base percentage?

OBP is considered more accurate than Batting Average in measuring a player’s offensive value, since it takes into account hits and walks. A player could bat over.

## How is on base percentage lower than batting average?

In a small sample size, yes, your on-base percentage ( OBP ) can be lower than your batting average (BA). This is because your BA is counted using your at-bats but your OBP is calculated using all of your plate appearances, which include walks, sacrifice bunts, sacrifice flies, and HBP.

## Is on base percentage more important than batting average?

On-base percentage plus slugging percentage is not a perfect stat, but it tells us a lot more than batting average in that OPS accounts for ways of getting on base in addition to hits and hits for extra bases.

## What is base percentage?

In baseball statistics, on-base percentage (OBP), also known as on-base average/OBA, measures how frequently a batter reaches base. It is the ratio of the batter’s times-on-base (TOB) (the sum of hits, walks, and times hit by pitch) to their number of plate appearances.

## Is a higher batting average better?

In modern times, a season batting average of. 300 or higher is considered to be excellent, and an average higher than. 400 a nearly unachievable goal.

## How is war calculated?

The formula itself is not very complicated and it is WAR = (Batting Runs + Base Running Runs +Fielding Runs + Positional Adjustment + League Adjustment +Replacement Runs) / (Runs Per Win).