In baseball statistics, walks plus hits per inning pitched (WHIP) is a sabermetric measurement of the number of baserunners a pitcher has allowed per inning pitched. WHIP reflects a pitcher's propensity for allowing batters to reach base, therefore a lower WHIP indicates better performance. WHIP is calculated by adding the number of walks and hits allowed and dividing this sum by the number of innings pitched.

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  • In baseball statistics, walks plus hits per inning pitched (WHIP) is a sabermetric measurement of the number of baserunners a pitcher has allowed per inning pitched. WHIP reflects a pitcher's propensity for allowing batters to reach base, therefore a lower WHIP indicates better performance. WHIP is calculated by adding the number of walks and hits allowed and dividing this sum by the number of innings pitched. The stat was invented in 1979 by writer Daniel Okrent, who called the metric "innings pitched ratio" at the time. Okrent excluded hit batsmen from the numerator of baserunners allowed since Sunday newspapers did not include hit batsmen in their statistical updates. WHIP near 1.00 or lower over the course of a season will often rank among the league leaders in Major League Baseball (MLB). While earned run average (ERA) measures the runs a pitcher gives up, WHIP more directly measures a pitcher's effectiveness against batters. WHIP accounts for pitcher performance regardless of errors and unearned runs. WHIP is one of the few sabermetric statistics to enter mainstream baseball usage. On-base plus slugging, or OPS, a comparable measurement of the ability of a hitter, is another example of comparison. In addition to its use in live games, the WHIP is one of the most commonly used statistics in fantasy baseball and is standard in fantasy leagues that employ 4×4, 5×5, and 6×6 formats. The lowest single-season WHIP in MLB history is 0.7373 from Pedro Martínez pitching for the Boston Red Sox in 2000, which broke the previous record of 0.77 from Guy Hecker of the Louisville Eclipse. Cleveland Indians right-handed pitcher Addie Joss currently holds the MLB record for the lowest career WHIP, with a 0.9678 WHIP in 2,327 innings. Chicago White Sox spitballer Ed Walsh ranks second, with a 0.9996 WHIP in 2,964 innings, the lowest career WHIP for a qualified pitcher with 10 or more seasons pitched. Reliever Mariano Rivera ranks third among qualified pitchers with a career WHIP of 1.000 in 1,283 2⁄3 innings, the lowest mark by any pitcher from the live-ball era. Providence Grays and New York Gothams right-hander Monte Ward is fourth all time with a career WHIP of 1.0435, followed by Clayton Kershaw, whose 1.0439 career WHIP is the lowest of any starting pitcher from the live-ball era. (en)
  • La moyenne de buts sur balles et de coups sûrs accordés par manche lancée, plus couramment désigné par l'acronyme WHIP, est une statistique au baseball visant à déterminer l'efficacité d'un lanceur. (fr)
  • WHIP(Walks plus Hits per Inning Pitched、「投球回あたり与四球・被安打数合計」)とは、野球における投手の成績評価項目の1つで、1投球回あたり何人の走者を出したかを表す数値。被安打数と与四球数を足した数値を投球回で割ることで求められる(死球や失策など、安打や四球以外による出塁は数えない)。 (ja)
  • Nel gioco del baseball, la WHIP è la statistica che descrive il numero di corridori messi in base da un lanciatore in ciascun inning di gioco. Acronimo di "walks plus hits per inning pitched"), "basi ball e valide concesse per inning lanciato", si ottiene sommando il numero di basi ball e battute valide concesse da un lanciatore alla squadra avversaria, e dividendo la somma per il numero di inning lanciati. Rientrano nel conteggio le basi ball intenzionali concesse dal lanciatore, ma non le basi automatiche dovute a un colpito da lancio. Una whip inferiore a 1.00 viene considerata lo standard per un ottimo lanciatore. Ideata nel 1979 dallo scrittore Daniel Okrent, uno dei creatori del fantasy baseball, misura in maniera più adeguata rispetto alla Media PGL la prestazione del lanciatore, non tenendo conto di errori e punti non guadagnati ed è una delle statistiche più citate nel campo della sabermetrica. (it)
  • 每局被上壘率(WHIP,walks plus hits per inning pitched(英文))是在棒球統計的賽伯計量學中,用來衡量一個投手每局讓打者上壘的數量。WHIP的計算是將投手的「安打加四壞除以投球局數」,也就是除了失誤外的投手「平均每局讓打者上壘數」,值越低代表此投手越不容易讓打者上壘。此外,觸身球、故意四壞、打者因妨礙打擊或妨礙跑壘而上壘的次數,均不予計算(註:中華職棒的WHIP計算中,故意四壞也算進四壞球中)。 WHIP的計算公式為 其中 代表四壞、 代表安打、 代表投球局數 在美國職棒大聯盟中,整個球季下來各聯盟WHIP值的領先者們通常都會接近或低於1.0000。 (zh)
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  • La moyenne de buts sur balles et de coups sûrs accordés par manche lancée, plus couramment désigné par l'acronyme WHIP, est une statistique au baseball visant à déterminer l'efficacité d'un lanceur. (fr)
  • WHIP(Walks plus Hits per Inning Pitched、「投球回あたり与四球・被安打数合計」)とは、野球における投手の成績評価項目の1つで、1投球回あたり何人の走者を出したかを表す数値。被安打数と与四球数を足した数値を投球回で割ることで求められる(死球や失策など、安打や四球以外による出塁は数えない)。 (ja)
  • 每局被上壘率(WHIP,walks plus hits per inning pitched(英文))是在棒球統計的賽伯計量學中,用來衡量一個投手每局讓打者上壘的數量。WHIP的計算是將投手的「安打加四壞除以投球局數」,也就是除了失誤外的投手「平均每局讓打者上壘數」,值越低代表此投手越不容易讓打者上壘。此外,觸身球、故意四壞、打者因妨礙打擊或妨礙跑壘而上壘的次數,均不予計算(註:中華職棒的WHIP計算中,故意四壞也算進四壞球中)。 WHIP的計算公式為 其中 代表四壞、 代表安打、 代表投球局數 在美國職棒大聯盟中,整個球季下來各聯盟WHIP值的領先者們通常都會接近或低於1.0000。 (zh)
  • In baseball statistics, walks plus hits per inning pitched (WHIP) is a sabermetric measurement of the number of baserunners a pitcher has allowed per inning pitched. WHIP reflects a pitcher's propensity for allowing batters to reach base, therefore a lower WHIP indicates better performance. WHIP is calculated by adding the number of walks and hits allowed and dividing this sum by the number of innings pitched. (en)
  • Nel gioco del baseball, la WHIP è la statistica che descrive il numero di corridori messi in base da un lanciatore in ciascun inning di gioco. Acronimo di "walks plus hits per inning pitched"), "basi ball e valide concesse per inning lanciato", si ottiene sommando il numero di basi ball e battute valide concesse da un lanciatore alla squadra avversaria, e dividendo la somma per il numero di inning lanciati. Rientrano nel conteggio le basi ball intenzionali concesse dal lanciatore, ma non le basi automatiche dovute a un colpito da lancio. Una whip inferiore a 1.00 viene considerata lo standard per un ottimo lanciatore. Ideata nel 1979 dallo scrittore Daniel Okrent, uno dei creatori del fantasy baseball, misura in maniera più adeguata rispetto alla Media PGL la prestazione del lanciatore, no (it)
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  • Walks plus hits per inning pitched (en)
  • WHIP (statistique) (fr)
  • WHIP (it)
  • WHIP (ja)
  • 每局被上壘率 (zh)
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