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# What does whip mean in baseball stats?

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WHIP is a new statistic for pitchers and it means Walks plus Hits per Inning Pitched. You add up the number of hits allowed and add to the number of walks allowed and divide by innings pitched. If a pitcher has walked 50 batters and given up 150 hits and pitched 180 innings, the WHIP would be calculated as (50 + 150) / 180 which equals 1.11.

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###### Anonymous

Walks per inning-pitched

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## Related Questions

dream whip!? u mean miracle whip or cool whip?

WHIP is a pitcher's statistic that means the pitchers walks (W), plus hits (H) allowed per innings pitched (IP).

A lower one because whip is walks + hits / innings pitched. so the less the walks and hits the lower the whip.

I think you mean "Let it Whip" (let's whip it baby, let's whip it right, let's whip it baby, whip it all night). It's by Dazz Band.

i was looking for the same thing a while ago. if i can remember correctly it stands for - Wins, Hits, innings pitched WHIP stands for Walks plus Hits per Inning Pitched.

What do you expect dude? Man you should know this by now.

The Republican Whip is a leading Republican of the Senate or the House of Representatives, and is in charge of managing their party's legislative agenda. There is also a Democratic Whip. The Current Republican Whip in the House is Eric Cantor of Virginia, and the Whip of the Senate is Jon Kyl of Arizona.

Beat... For example: "Ima whip(beat) yo ass!" and "Ima get a whoppin(beatin) when I get home"

The acronym WHIP stands for Walks plus Hits per Inning Pitched. It's a statistic for pitchers, used for getting an idea of how many baserunners they allow (without accounting for errors, since they generally aren't the pitcher's fault).

WIN meant "Whip Inflation Now."

ERA because it shows the statistics of the whole game. WHIP shows more of a pitchers clutch ability.

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