C.C Sabathia has the lowest era in the history of baseball. In 2009 his first year with the Yankees his era was .53.
I think it was Carlos Zambrano with the Cubs in 2001 it was 15.26 ERA
Tim Keefe in 1880 had an ERA of 0.860.
the 1930 Philadelphia Phillies had a combined team ERA of 6.71. the team's overall record was 52-102. the 2nd highest team era was by the 1996 Detroit Tigers who had an ERA of 6.38 and a record of 53-109
ERA is known as earned run average, a stat used for pitchers. The lower the number, the better he is.
Earned Run Average
ERA is the abbreviation for Earned Run Average. ERA is calculated on a per-9-inning basis, so if you give up 2 earned runs in 3 innings, then your ERA is 6.00.
The lower the era, the better it is.
era is spanish for was.
Era (the same)
ERA= Earned Run Average.
" Middle Animal " era.
The ERA in baseball stands for Earned Run Average which is the average amount of runs given up by a pitcher per game. For example a 1.98 ERA is amazing but a 6.10 ERA is terrible. The lower your ERA the better.
Many historians call the period of baseball starting in 1920 the Live Ball Era.
VLSI Era:- Very Large Scale Integration Era
The era in which baseball has become a lot more challenging to teams to win a pennant (world series). I'm not sure but it can also mean the era in which baseball has been more technological, in terms of keeping statistics, comparing players ballclubs. Also, when almost every pitcher throws faster than 90 miles per hours.
ERA stands for a pitcher's earned run average.