What does inf mean in fantasy baseball?

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What does inf mean in fantasy baseball?

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  • It means infinity. For example, a pitcher pitches one batter and that batter hit a homerun. The ERA is calculated by (earn run / inning * 9). Since the total innings is 0 (he didn’t get anyone out), the ERA is INF, infinity.

    It happens quite often.

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    What does inf mean in fantasy baseball?

  • If it’s in the stat category ERA, then it means infinity in terms of ERA, which happens when a pitcher gives up at least one earned run without recording an out.

    If it’s a position on your team, then it means infield, where you can put a player who is a first, second, or third baseman or shortstop.

  • It stands for “infinity”, as in a pitcher’s earned run average. If the pitcher comes into the game and faces one batter who hits a home run, then the pitcher has allowed one run in zero innings pitched. It’s not at all uncommon.

  • Interesting question!

  • Infield Fly.

  • Infeild

  • I think it’s inflator. In other words, it’s warning you that the player you are about to sign is very fat. So move along to the next player. (it’s infield, really)

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