Only two variables affect batting average - hits and at-bats.
It makes the batting average lower.
No, batting average is determined by dividing at bats by hits. RBI have no effect.
It does not count as an at bat
Yes, but it will not effect his batting average
The Great Depression had a negative effect on American sports. Baseball teams were in dire financial straights. The Cincinnati Reds declared bankruptcy. Players had their pay cut by 25-percent, but that was still less than the average worker, who had their pay cut by 50-percent.
no ---------- Batting average and stolen bases are both statistical categories. If you get a hit, your total number of hits and your batting average go up. If you steal a base, your total number of stolen bases and your stolen base average go up. They're separate categories, and have no effect on each other.
if you are talking about a complete game,the only way would be if it were the second game of the season and they were no hit the first game.you could pitch 5 perfect innings or so and have a teammate give up 10 runs the rest of the way,or the team fields 9 players with no at bats Yes. If everyone on the other team has a .000 batting average then nobodies batting average would change. The previous answers are correct, but let me discuss a bit of misinformation I seem to hear a lot. One common answer is that this happened when Bob Feller pitched a no-hitter on opening day one year, that everyone had a .000 batting average entering the game, and after the game, they stayed at .000. This is actually a fallacy. Since no one had batted yet, prior to the game, their batting averages were not .000, they were undefined. (Remember, batting average is hits divided by at-bats. Everyone had zero at-bats prior to the game, and you can't divide by zero.)
A fielder's choice is just like an out and lower's a player's batting average since the fielder chose to put out another player instead, usually the lead runner... On the other hand, a sacrifice does not count against the batter because his intention was to advance the runner at his own expense.
The 7-day Disabled List was first in effect for the 2011 Major League Baseball season. The 7-day Disabled List is only for Major League Baseball players that have concussions that will need a few days to recover. Major League Baseball's Medical Director needs to receive a medical report for all players that have been placed on the 7-day DL and then the Medical Director for Major League Baseball will have to give his approval before the player can be activated.
It is considered to be just like a walk, and does not count as a hit or an at bat, so it doesn't effect the average at all. It does; however, affect the on base percentage.
It wont be a bad effect, if anything a good one. You need the same strength and ability to swing a golf club and a baseball bat. As myself, I golf and i use to play baseball and my golf swing helped me alot with baseball.
Thw pla5ters will get blind
I think you meant to write "How does bad weather effect football players" and if that is the case then it dosent because there are no delays in soccer unless it is really severe.
No effect. It is useless.
Fat effects players because if they are fat, they run very slow which is bad for the team.
Since I play Softball depression does effect the game players a lot in the outfield with big player. Players miss the ball or watch the ball go by. Players usually move slow.
As far as baseball is concerned, leg shaving would more often than not be a personal choice of the player with no obvious direct benefit. Although some players may feel that shaving their legs may reduce the likelihood of their leg hair getting ripped out during sliding? Unlike activities such as swimming or diving where leg and body shaving serves the practical purpose of reducing drag and increasing overall performance, baseball players wear both pants and socks while playing, so shaving one's legs would have a negligible effect as far as performance is concerned.
On a standard, regular season roster -- it happens to be 25 players. Rosters expand to 40 players after September first... The makeup of these rosters (how many position players and how many pitchers) are determined by management of the team (coaches, the manager and the general manager).
it depends. If the bases were loaded and a batter walked, that would effect the earned run average. But if a batter walked but it did not effect the score, it would not effect the pitcher's earned run average.
It is an Ignition Effect, so can only be activated in your turns.
7 on court from each team so 14 players. But keep in mind there could be spares on the side-line who could be subbed on, but this doesn't effect the number of players.
Depends on the player.
When cutting down a tree in runescape other players will not effect the rate of which you get logs but will effect the rate the of which the tree is cut down.
the effect of fast picthes of wooden baseball bats