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Old 13th April 2009, 03:03 PM
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I have been following 2 systems one for mlb and the other for the nba. So far I've won my last 11 mbl bets and I'm 2 from 2 with my 2 team parlay bets for the nba.

If anyone is interested, I'll post the systems selections here.

Since the start of the mlb season.

outlay 158.00
in 164.45
profit +6.45 units

NBA

outlay 40.00
in 61.85
profit +21.85 units
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Old 13th April 2009, 03:24 PM
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Very interested Benny, anything that involves a systematic approach to a team game I would love to have a look at,

I follow the NBA closely, and am amazed at the amount of short priced faves that bite the dust. There are plenty of teams winning priced between the 3 and 5 dollar marks, almost daily.

Makes the all-ups very hard to get, even with 4 or 5 teams that look like certain winners.

Looking forward to seeing what you have

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Old 13th April 2009, 04:07 PM
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Here's some mbl game according to the system.

Houston 2.25
Pittsburgh -1.5 2.30

San Diego 2.70
NY Mets -1.5 1.95

Arizona 1.90
St Louis -1.5 2.35

With these odds you can back both teams.
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Old 14th April 2009, 09:02 AM
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just clarifying benny..game 1..pittsburgh won 7-0..so collect on the $2.30..& a bit in front if you backed both? cheers..
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Old 14th April 2009, 09:36 AM
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ps..new to mlb..have been looking at their site..don't fully understand scoring stats..
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Old 14th April 2009, 12:02 PM
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ps..new to mlb..have been looking at their site..don't fully understand scoring stats..



Neither do i. I'm only interested in the result.
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Old 14th April 2009, 02:51 PM
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[QUOTE=Benny]Here's some mbl game according to the system.

Houston 2.25
Pittsburgh -1.5 2.30 Won

San Diego 2.70 Won
NY Mets -1.5 1.95

Arizona 1.90
St Louis -1.5 2.35 Lost

With these odds you can back both teams.[/QUOTE

2 out of 3 not bad.

A loss of 1 unit.
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Old 14th April 2009, 07:40 PM
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ps..new to mlb..have been looking at their site..don't fully understand scoring stats..
Box scores generally contain:

Ininngs 1-9 and what scores were recorded in each

R - Stands for total runs scored

H - Stands for hits (how many times during the game a runner got on base)

E - Stands for fielding errors

Other popular ones via Wikipedia (quicker to cut and paste):

Batting statistics
  • 1BSingle: hits on which the batter reached first base safely without the contribution of a fielding error.
  • 2BDouble: hits on which the batter reached second base safely without the contribution of a fielding error.
  • 3BTriple: hits on which the batter reached third base safely without the contribution of a fielding error.
  • ABAt bat: Batting appearances, not including bases on balls, hit by pitch, sacrifices, interference, or obstruction.
  • AB/HR At bats per home run: at bats divided by home runs.
  • BABatting average (also abbreviated AVG): hits divided by at bats.
  • BBBase on balls (also called a "walk"): times receiving four balls and advancing to first base
  • BABIP Batting average on balls in play: frequency of which a batter reaches a base after putting the ball in the field of play. Also a pitching category.
  • BB/KWalk-to-strikeout ratio: number of base on balls divided by number of strikeouts
  • XBHExtra base hits: doubles plus triples plus home runs
  • FCFielder's choice: times reaching base when a fielder chose to try for an out on another runner
  • GO/AOGround ball fly ball ratio: number of ground ball outs divided by number of fly ball outs
  • GDP or GIDPGround into double play: number of ground balls hit that became double plays
  • GPAGross Production Average: 1.8 times on-base percentage plus slugging percentage, divided by four
  • GSGrand Slam: a home run with the bases loaded, resulting in four runs scoring, and four RBI credited to the batter.
  • HHits: times reached base because of a batted, fair ball without error by the defense
  • HBPHit by pitch: times touched by a pitch and awarded first base as a result
  • HRHome runs: hits on which the batter successfully touched all four bases, without the contribution of a fielding error.
  • IBBIntentional base on balls: times awarded first base on balls (see BB above) deliberately thrown by the pitcher. Also known as IW (intentional walk).
  • KStrike out (also abbreviated SO): number of times that strike three is taken or swung at and missed, or bunted foul
  • LOBLeft on base: number of runners not out nor scored at the end of an inning.
  • OBPOn base percentage: times reached base (H + BB + HBP) divided by at bats plus walks plus hit by pitch plus sacrifice flies (AB + BB + HBP + SF).
  • OPSOn-base plus slugging: on-base percentage plus slugging average
  • PAPlate appearance: number of completed batting appearances
  • RCRuns created: statistic that attempts to measure how many runs a player has contributed to his team
  • RPRuns produced: statistic that attempts to measure how many runs a player has contributed
  • RBIRun batted in: number of runners who scored due to a batters' action, except when batter grounded into double play or reached on an error
  • RISPRunner In Scoring Position: the batter's batting average with runners in scoring position
  • SB%Stolen base percentage: the percent of bases stolen successfully. (SB) divided by (SBA).
  • SFSacrifice fly: number of fly ball outs to the outfield which allow a runner already on base to score
  • SHSacrifice hit: number of sacrifice bunts which allows another runner to advance on the basepaths or score
  • SLGSlugging average: total bases divided by at-bats
  • TATotal average: total bases, plus walks, plus hit by pitch, plus steals, minus caught stealing divided by at bats, minus hits, plus caught stealing, plus grounded into double play
  • TBTotal bases: one for each single, two for each double, three for each triple, and four for each home run
  • TOBTimes on base: times reaching base as a result of hits, walks, and hit-by-pitches
  • BsRBase Runs: Another run estimator, like Runs Created; a favorite of writer Tom Tango
  • XRExtrapolated Runs: A linear run estimator developed by Jim Furtado
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Old 14th April 2009, 07:42 PM
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Pitching statistics
  • BBBase on balls (also called a "walk"): times pitching four balls, allowing the batter-runner to advance to first base
  • BB/9: Base on balls times nine divided by innings pitched (Bases on balls per 9 innings pitched)
  • BFTotal batters faced: opponent's total plate appearances
  • BKBalk: number of times pitcher commits an illegal pitching action or other illegal action while in contact with the pitching rubber, thus allowing baserunners to advance
  • aaBlown save: number of times entering the game in a save situation, and being charged the run (earned or not) which eliminates his team's lead
  • CERAComponent ERA: an estimate of a pitcher's ERA based upon the individual components of his statistical line (K, H, 2B, 3B, HR, BB, HBP)
  • CGComplete game: number of games where player was the only pitcher for his team
  • DICEDefense-Independent Component ERA: an estimate of a pitcher's ERA based upon the defense-independent components of his statistical line (K, HR, BB, HBP)
  • EREarned run: number of runs that did not occur as a result of errors or passed balls
  • ERAEarned run average: total number of earned runs (see "ER" above), multiplied by 9, divided by innings pitched
  • ERA+Adjusted ERA+: earned run average adjusted for the ballpark and the league average
  • GGames (AKA "appearances"): number of times a pitcher pitches in a season
  • GFGames finished: number of games pitched where player was the final pitcher for his team
  • G/FGround ball fly ball ratio: ground balls allowed divided by fly balls allowed
  • GSStarts: number of games pitched where player was the first pitcher for his team
  • H/9Hits per nine innings: hits allowed times nine divided by innings pitched (also known as H/9IPHits allowed per 9 innings pitched)
  • HHits Allowed: total hits allowed
  • HBHit batsman: times hit a batter with pitch, allowing runner to advance to first base
  • HLD (or H)Hold: number of games entered in a save situation, recorded at least one out, did not surrender the lead, and did not complete the game
  • HRHome runs allowed: total home runs allowed
  • IBB: Intentional base on balls allowed
  • IPInnings pitched: number of outs recorded while pitching divided by three
  • IP/GS: Average number of innings pitched per game
  • IRInherited runners: number of runners on base when the pitcher enters the game
  • IRAInherited runs allowed: number of inherited runners allowed to score
  • KStrikeout: number of batters who received strike three
  • K/9Strikeouts per nine innings: strikeouts times nine divided by innings pitched (Strikeouts per 9 innings pitched)
  • K/BBStrikeout-to-walk ratio: number of strikeouts divided by number of base on balls
  • LLoss: number of games where pitcher was pitching while the opposing team took the lead, never lost the lead, and went on to win
  • OBAOpponents batting average: hits allowed divided by at-bats faced
  • PIT: Pitches thrown (Pitch count)
  • QSQuality start: a game in which a starting pitcher completes at least six innings and permits no more than three runs
  • RARun average: number of runs allowed times nine divided by innings pitched
  • R.R.ARelief Run Average: A function of how many inherited base runners a relief pitcher allowed to score.
  • SHOShutout: number of complete games pitched with no runs allowed
  • SO: Strikeout Also may be notated as "K".
  • SVSave: number of games where the pitcher enters a game led by the pitcher's team, finishes the game without surrendering the lead, is not the winning pitcher, and either (a) the lead was three runs or less when the pitcher entered the game; (b) the potential tying run was on base, at bat, or on deck; or (c) the pitcher pitched three or more innings
  • WWin: number of games where pitcher was pitching while his team took the lead and went on to win (also related: winning percentage)
  • WHIPWalks and hits per inning pitched: average number of walks and hits allowed by the pitcher per inning
  • WPWild pitches: charged when a pitch is too high, low, or wide of home plate for the catcher to field, thereby allowing one or more runners to advance or score
Fielding statistics
  • AAssists: number of outs recorded on a play where a fielder touched the ball, except if such touching is the putout
  • CICatcher's Interference (e.g. catcher makes contact with bat)
  • DPDouble plays: one for each double play during which the fielder recorded a putout or an assist.
  • EErrors: number of times a fielder fails to make a play he should have made with common effort, and the offense benefits as a result
  • FPFielding percentage: total plays (chances minus errors) divided by the number of total chances
  • INNInnings: number of innings that a player is at one certain position
  • PBPassed ball: charged to the catcher when the ball is dropped and one or more runners advance
  • POPutout: number of times the fielder tags, forces, or appeals a runner and he is called out as a result
  • RFRange factor: 9*(putouts + assists)/innings played. Used to determine the amount of field that the player can cover
  • TCTotal chances: assists plus putouts plus errors
  • TPTriple play: one for each triple play during which the fielder recorded a putout or an assist
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Old 14th April 2009, 07:42 PM
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  • General statistics
  • GGames played: number of games where the player played, in whole or in part
  • GBGames behind: number of games a team is behind the division leader
  • Pythagorean expectation: estimates a team's expected winning percentage based on runs scored and runs allowed.
Baserunning statistics
  • CSCaught stealing: times tagged out while attempting to steal a base
  • SBStolen base: number of bases advanced other than on batted balls, walks, or hits by pitch
    • DIDefensive Indifference: if the catcher does not attempt to throw out a runner (usually because the run would be insignificant), the runner is not awarded a steal
  • RRuns scored: times reached home base legally and safely
Hope that helps
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