Thursday, April 06, 2006

ERV Boxscore for April 6 at New York Mets

Bah! Look, we didn't really expect to beat Pedro, did we? Sure mid-game we had a chance, but the result is the same. On to Houston.

ERV Win: Team (i.e. more than 3 Mets are needed to cover the run differential)
ERV Loss: Ortiz

3 Most Valuable Plays:

(1) Nick Johnson's HR in the 5th (2.89)
(2) Carlos Beltran's HR in the 7th (2.14)
(3) Jose Reyes single in the 4th (2.11)


At 11:14 AM, Blogger Bote Man said...

If possible, saving the ERV screen captures as .gif or .png will make them less fuzzy than .jpeg, which is designed for continuous-tone photographic images.

Also, can you point me to a man page on the ERV numbers so that I can get wise to them?


At 11:18 AM, Blogger DM said...

Thank, bote man. Last year Blogger wouldn't let me post anything other than jpeg, but I'll try again.

Check the sidebar for links to posts that explain ERV Scoring.

At 2:42 PM, Blogger SuperNoVa said...

Johnson's 3-run shot was the first time in my Nats-rooting history in which I cheered and shouted while watching them on tee vee. I even got so excited I called Johnson "Nicky!"

At 4:35 PM, Blogger Bote Man said...

Despite my sniping at stat-heads, I'm really warming up to the ERV system, mostly because it does take into account rather elegantly defensive performance.

The only thing I need now is a legend to some of the column headers.

Thanx for all your work on this!


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