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MVP Baseball 2005 Defensive Rating Calculator

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This program calculates a player's fielding, range, throwing strength, and throwing accuracy.

All you need to do is fill in the necessary statistics, and the program will calculate the player's ratings, specifically for MVP Baseball 2005.

The calculator will also estimate the innings played, if the user does not input inning data. This is useful for when calculating minor leaguers, as finding innings played data is just about impossible.

==The Import/Export Feature==

Included in the .rar file is a sample inputFielding.csv file. DO NOT RENAME OR EDIT THE FIRST ROW.

Just enter the statistics under each corresponding column:

Name,Level,Position,GP,PO,A,E,Innings

You can use Excel or many other spreadsheet programs, or use notepad and separate each stat by a comma (,), to enter your stats.

If a fielder's innings played is unavailable just enter 0.

Stats can be found at Baseball-Reference.com, which you can find a link to in the program.

Defensive formulas are hard to create, and I think I did a pretty decent job. Enjoy!

~Dylan

Version History

Version 12.13 **CURRENT VERSION**

-Improved innings played formula for when the info is unvailable.

Version 12.12

-Fixed bugs.

Version 12.11.1

-Included the inputFielding Generator. This Excel Worksheet allows you to paste statistics from the web, and it will automatically generate inputFielding.csv (needed for the Import/Export function of the calculator.) New!

- Included a column for a players' organization, making it easier to find a player.

Version 12.10

-Improved some formulae

-Included the highly sought after *Import/Export Feature* New!


What's New in Version 10/11/2010 10:16 PM   See changelog

Released

No changelog available for this version.


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I can't believe no one ever commented on this. Defensive ratings are definitely difficult to calculate considering the formulas that are out there. Dylan made some most amazing calculators all around!!

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