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  1. Wow, that’s a lot of baseball abbreviations! I would imagine when you guys all get together it would sound like a foreign language to anyone who doesn’t know much about baseball!
    Good article, I enjoyed reading it. 🙂

    • LOL Kathy!
      With all of the stats thrown around in conversation, I still sometimes get the feeling people are talking a language I don’t understand 🙂
      Thanks for dropping by and I’m glad you enjoyed the article ~Jeremy

  2. that is very well said. I have never really understood all of the baseball meanings, but man you really explain it here. Thanks so much. Your information is very nice and well presented.

    Alex

    • Thank you Alex and you are most welcome!
      I hope you found everything you were looking for and if you need anything else, let me know, I’m always happy to help.
      Thanks for stopping by ~Jeremy

  3. Very informative post, good for those new to baseball or just not as familiar with it. I am a fan of baseball so I knew most of them but not a couple were new to me. Thanks!

    • You’re welcome Melinda!
      I’ll do a follow up soon with some more of the rarely seen stat abbreviations.
      Maybe I’ll get you on some of those 🙂
      Thanks for dropping by ~Jeremy

  4. Having grown up and still living in Africa my sporting passions have always been cricket and rugby. However I love any sport with a bat and a ball involved and found your post most informative and interesting. I now know a lot more about baseball than I ever did and will follow your site with interest.
    Thanks Jeremy for a great post!

    • Hey Paul!
      Thank you and You are most welcome.
      I’m not too familiar with cricket, but it looks really interesting to me.
      I’m glad you found the article informative and you are enjoying the site.
      If you have any questions, please let me know, I’m always happy to help.
      Thanks for stopping by and see you next time ~Jeremy

  5. just got back online.Thanks for all the stat info.Highly informative and as some one else said very well presented. I always wondered how the slugging% was formulated(just knew the higher the better,,lol). Thanks again for keeping us well informed Jeremy

    • You’re welcome Randy!
      I’m glad you found the article informative and helpful.
      If you need a hand with anything else, please let me know.
      Thanks for stopping by ~Jeremy

  6. Greetings!
    I’ve been following your site for a long time now and finally got the courage
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    Just wanted to tell you keep up the excellent job!

    • Thank you Slyvia!
      I know how confusing baseball stats and their abbreviations can be. I hope you found everything you were looking for and if you have any other questions, please let me know and I’ll be happy to help.
      Thanks for stopping by ~Jeremy

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    • Hi Kathy.
      SAC is commonly used to denote that a batter has been credited with a sacrifice hit.
      When a runner who is already on base is able to advance due to a hit ball, the batter is awarded with a “SAC fly” or “SAC bunt”.
      If you are not sure what a sacrifice is – Check Out This Article
      Have a great day and thanks for stopping by ~Jeremy

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