Batting Average


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Batting Average

A slang term in business for one's success rate. For example, a salesman making cold calls has a solid batting average if half of his potential clients agree to purchase his products. The term is derived from baseball.
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According to the paper, based on a study of 12 current and former legendary run scorers, including Ponting, Michael Hussey, Sir Donald Bradman, Sachin Tendulkar and Brian Lara, Mangan found that their highest batting average was achieved at the average age of 29.
Batting average of Division I teams midway throughthe 2010 season.
Glassner suggests that players should receive a base salary determined by multiples of previous batting averages or pitching records.
The Angels' Vladimir Guerrero went 0 for 4 and saw his batting average drop to .
302 slugging percentage and seventh in batting average.
As a four-year starter for Selma High, a small town near Fresno known mostly as the Raisin Capital of the World, Duran set CIF Central Section records for batting average (.
152 batting average in 79 at-bats and the slow start could be the result of mononucleosis.
When the regular season starts, the slugger has the fifth best March-April batting average among active players,according to the number-crunching outfit STATS, formerly known as Stats Inc.
202 batting average, then was traded to the Chicago White Sox early in the 2003 season.
With the Dodgers just 5 1/2 games behind the Padres heading into Monday's home game against Cincinnati, DePodesta isn't keen on the idea of giving up Kent, who leads the team in batting average (.
Fillongley opening batsman Aaron Blackmore recorded one of the best batting averages in the history of the league.