Q: What does total chances mean in baseball?

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Total Chances.Putouts + assists + errors = total chances.

Total Bases

Total Batters Faced.

If it's an abbreviation for a statistic, it stands for Total Bases.

Scuppered their chances with someone means blowing their chances

Yes.

Add up a fielder's assists, putouts, and errors (this is called 'total chances'). Then add up a fielder's putouts and assists and divide that by the number of total chances. Example: A player has 150 assists, 95 putouts, and 5 errors. The player has 250 total chances (150+95+5=250). Add up the putouts and assists (150+95=245) and divide by the total chances (245 divided by 250 = .980). The player's fielding percentage is .980.

Add up a fielder's assists, putouts, and errors (this is called 'total chances'). Then add up a fielder's putouts and assists and divide that by the number of total chances. Example: A player has 150 assists, 95 putouts, and 5 errors. The player has 250 total chances (150+95+5=250). Add up the putouts and assists (150+95=245) and divide by the total chances (245 divided by 250 = .980). The player's fielding percentage is .980.

Chances are, you have ticked someone off.

Not high odds

chances are 1 out of 16

There is no such stat. If you're seeing it on a stat sheet, it may refer to some kind of "total."