You can calculate this percentage by taking the amount of runs the pitcher lets up and dividing it by how many innings that same pitcher has pitched through his career. This stat is mainly used to tell if a pitcher is known to let up a lot of runs usually or lets up very little so you could have an understanding of how the game might go whether it will be a high scoring game or low scoring game. Another way math is used in baseball is calculating a player’s on base percentage. This is usually used to see how likely it is the player at bat has a chance to get on base by either getting walked or getting a hit. You can calculate this by taking the amount of times he has been on base in his career and dividing that number by the amount of times that same player has been up to bat in his career.
Math is used all over the world in our everyday lives a lot yet not a lot of people notice it. Math is used in baseball when calculating a player’s batting average, a pitcher’s earned run average, and by calculating a player’s on base percentage to see if he will get on base or