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A base percentage is the percentage that a number is being compared to. It is a base in the sense that it does not change.

the percentage that you reach base

On base percentage plus slugging percentage

OPS stands for 'on base percentage plus slugging percentage' and is equal to (on base percentage + slugging percentage). If a player's on base percentage is .350 and slugging percentage is .500, the OPS is .850.

Tony Gwynn's career MLB on base percentage was .388. His best season, on base percentage wise, was 1994 when he batted .394 and had an on base percentage of .454.

Working out percentage change from the base period is then simple.Working out percentage change from the base period is then simple.Working out percentage change from the base period is then simple.Working out percentage change from the base period is then simple.

Johnny Damon's career on base percentage is .355.

base = 260 base = percentage/ rate = 65/0.25 = 260

For on-base percentage, it still counts as an at bat and the hitter is not credited with an 'on base' so whether its an error or a fielder's choice the player's on-base percentage will decrease

In MLB in the 2009 season, in the National League the average on base percentage was .331 and the average slugging percentage was .409. In the American League, the average on base percentage was .336 and the average slugging percentage was .428.

Babe Ruth had a .474 career on base percentage.

In 2011, Derek Jeter had a .355 on-base percentage.

No. Reaching base via catcher's interference does not result in an official plate appearance nor a time on base when calculating on base percentage.

On base percentage Plus Slugging percentage.

Through July 10, 2011, Rodriguez's career on base percentage is .386.

its nearly impossible to have a lower on base percentage then your batting average

In the sport of baseball, you can increase your On Base Percentage by safely reaching base more than you currently do. This can be by base hits, walks, reaching on errors or fielder's choice.

In the 2011 MLB season ... National League: The average on base percentage was .319 and the average slugging percentage was .391. The team with the highest on base percentage was the Cardinals at .341 and the lowest was the Giants at .303. The teams with the highest slugging percentage were the Brewers and Cardinals at .425 and the lowest was the Padres at .349. American League: The average on base percentage was .323 and the average slugging percentage was .408. The team with the highest on base percentage was the Red Sox at .349 and the lowest was the Mariners at .292. The team with the highest slugging percentage was the Red Sox at .461 and the lowest was the Mariners at .348.

Percentage Amount = Rate x Base

On base percentage plus slugging percentage

Base=percentage divided by rate

On base percentage

During his career (1995-2014), Derek Jeter's career on-base percentage was .377.

The base-year value is ordinarily shown as a percentage with the percentage symbol omitted, often 100.0. An example might be Base Year percentage 100.0 and Current Value 139.9.

To get the base, divide the rate from the percentage. Base = Percentage/Rate example: 65 is 20% of what number? Given: P=65 R=20% B=N Solution: B= P/R =65/20% =65/.2 Answer: B=325 hope it'll help u..^^