Stat Geek Baseball, the Best Ever Book

Stat Geek Baseball,
the Best Ever Book
Some of the most unique info on the Best Ever in baseball you'll get anywhere!

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Our New Stats Include

PEVA - An Individual Player Rating for each season

RAVE - A Three Year Rolling Average of PEVA

SPRO RAVE - Modified RAVE based on four years and utilized to moderate SPRO.

SPRO - Salary Projection data for future years.

EXPEQ - Experience Equivalent to Major League Service Time.

FV - Field Value


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Baseball Evaluation

About the Baseball Evaluation Decision Model System

About Our Stats

Baseball Evaluation: From Doubleday to Eternity.  Baseball Evaluation was developed to provide fans of baseball history with our take on Baseball Player Ratings, Comparative Statistics, and Salary Projections for all players in Baseball History, from the birth of the professional game in 1871 to the present day.  At this time, the player grading and salary projection system shown here at and Stat Geek Baseball is limited to the regular seasons during that span (work is continuing on postseason statistics), and does not include the Negro Leagues, although it is hoped at a future date to do both.

The BE boxscore system provides baseball player stat grades for all pitchers and position players, for all years, in baseball history, scoring each season with a PEVA Player Grade total (see scoreboard below for explanation) that provides a peer to peer review that is accurate across all eras, whether dead ball, live ball, or steroid ball.  How will your favorite players rank in the BE baseball history boxscore?  Check out our yearly player grades, best ever lists of top pitchers and batters, or by teams of the present or past, and career lists, plus more to come.  If you want to know even more about your favorite players, check into Stat Geek Baseball and the Career Track data for even more details, including full career PEVA, RAVE, and Salary Projections.

Over 4.4 million historical baseball statistics and 130,000 player years were reviewed in this study with more than 1.9 million new comparative statistics created, including Baseball Player Grades (PEVA), RAVE, EXPEQ, and SPRO.

No matter whether you're a fantasy baseball player, baseball historian, baseball player, sabermetrics fanatic, or just a rabid fan, take a look at the statistics calculated by the Baseball Evaluation model.  There might be something here to pique your interest or help in that next fantasy draft or water cooler debate on the merits of players to be voted into the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.

The information provided on the Baseball Evaluation website and reports is for entertainment and information purposes only.  It is a tool of comparison against other baseball player evaluations and values.

We started out with several simple premises.  1) That we would not attempt to reinvent the wheel, but instead, try to determine just how the wheel between statistical performance and player compensation truly worked.  2)  While using the constant of player payroll as the means to keep us on track, we would attempt to develop a comprehensive player grading system that would accurately value those statistics, no matter what era a player had played in.

In the pages listed below, we will attempt to explain the system further.  It is a system that has two main components.  The PEVA Player Grade system, and the Stat Geek Baseball SPRO, Salary Projection, model, that is based on components of PEVA.

The outcome of the system has brought us to the point of and Stat Geek Baseball, where the 1.9 million new baseball statistics are unveiled.  From PEVA to SPRO to RAVE, we will try to expalin how each correlates to the other, and how the baseball fan, baseball historian, and even the stat geek can find use for even more numbers in the game of baseball.  
Baseball Evaluation is a research study project by JDP Econ.  It was started around eight years ago to try and determine the correlation between baseball stats, player grades, and salary projections.

PEVA Player Grade
32.000 - Fantastic
(Cy Young, MVP Candidate)
20.000 - Great 15.000 - All Star Caliber 10.000 - Good 3.500 - Average

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Scope of Baseball Evaluation Study and System
Players Under Study Player Years
Position Players Over 88,000
Pitchers Over 37,000
Fielders Over 128,000
Statistics Reviewed 4.4 million
Statistics Used to Formulate New Baseball Evaluation Stats (PEVA, RAVE, SPRO, Field Value) 2.5 million
New Baseball Evaluation Stats Created 1.9 million
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Evaluation Scoreboard
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Pitchers 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 2 - 7 12 1
Hitters 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 - 7 12 1
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