TL;DW

  • Custom Reporting allows users to gather in-depth data visualizations from multiple sources, all in one report.
  • Custom Reporting allows users to create detailed templates for defensive positioning. These templates can include zonal sprays, raw sprays, and note sections.
  • The tool allows for flexibility in data analysis, enabling users to compare overall performance, performance against specific pitch types, and performance in different counts. Users can also track changes in a batter’s box position.
  • Custom Reporting is a valuable tool for creating actionable insights for defensive positioning, allowing users to print out reports and directly plot where defenders should be positioned on the field.

TL;DW

  • The 643 Synergy tile provides comprehensive data for player evaluation, including spray data, pitch type, velocity, and swing types, which can be used for defensive positioning.
  • Users can generate custom filters, such as speed or pitch type, to analyze specific player tendencies. This feature can be highly beneficial when scouting opponents and strategizing fielder setup for specific situations.

Defensive Runs Saved and WAR – Advanced Metrics To Consider


TL;DW

  • Defensive Run Saved (DRS) and WAR metrics provide insights into individual and team defensive performance in baseball.
  • DRS considers position-specific factors such as framing runs for catchers, infield ground ball runs, double play runs, and outfield fly ball runs.
  • The DRS metric also includes bonuses for outfield arm run saved, rewarding players for cutting down runners trying to advance.

TL;DW
  • The Traditional Reports tool uses 6-4-3 Charts play-by-play data to generate a handy All Sprays page, consolidating all hitter’s spray charts on one page for easy reference.
  • The All Sprays page can be printed and used in conjunction with custom reports for quick access, especially when a pinch hitter comes in.

TL;DW
  • The TrackMan SYNC tile Defensive Positioning tool helps identify optimal defensive positioning based on expected batting averages, slugging percentages, and weighted on-base averages on contact.
  • Coaches can manually adjust defensive positions in the tool to match players’ strengths and the speed of the runner, thus providing flexibility in defensive strategies.
  • The tool allows coaches to optimize defense based on specific game situations, such as prioritizing minimizing overall damage over preventing a single hit in certain scenarios.
  • The data generated can be used to create pocket cards for defenders, which can be a helpful aid during games.

TL;DW

  • Pocket Cards are a tool for defensive positioning, allowing for quick reference of opposing hitter tendencies and team strategy.
  • These cards can be color-coded based on player speed, indicating how quickly infielders need to react when certain players are up to bat.
  • The speed score metric, available in Traditional Reports and Interactive Stats, can inform decisions on player positioning and strategy. This metric reflects how well a player uses their speed in a game.

Preparing For Opposing Lineups With 6-4-3 Charts – ⚾️ Edition

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Preparing For Opposing Pitchers With 6-4-3 Charts – ⚾️ Edition

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