BEVENT -y 1967 1967BOS.EVA > 1967BOS.BEVThis would execute BEVENT on the file '1967BOS.EVA' and return its output to the file '1967BOS.BEV'. Team and roster files for 1967 would need to be in the same directory as '1967BOS.EVA'.
game id. Game ID following the format described in the "data.doc" file. event num. All events are numbered consecutively throughout each game for easy reference. inning. Inning in which this play took place. batting team. A one-character identification of the team at bat ("0" for the visiting team and "1" for the home team). outs. Number of outs before this play. balls, strikes, pitch sequence. These three consecutive fields present the pitch information for this play. vis score. Number of runs for the visiting team before this play. home score. Number of runs for the home team before this play. batter. Player ID code for the batter. batter hand. One character which describes how the batter batted for this event (L or R). res batter and res batter hand. These fields are almost always the same as batter and batter hand. They only differ if the batter is replaced during the time at bat and the final event is charged to the previous batter. For example, if a pinch-hitter is inserted with two strikes and then takes strike three, the strikeout is charged to the first batter (the responsible batter) pitcher. Player ID code for the pitcher. pitcher hand. The hand with which the pitcher throws (L or R). res pitcher and res pitcher hand. Counterparts to res batter and res batter hand for those occasions when a pitcher is changed during an at-bat and the first pitcher is charged with the result. For example, if a relief pitcher enters with a three-ball, no-strike count and throws ball four, then the walk is charged to the first pitcher. positions. The next eight fields contain the Player ID codes for the players at each of the eight fielding positions, in numerical sequence by position number. first runner, second runner, third runner. These three consecutive fields contain the Player ID codes for the runner at each base. If a base is not occupied, then the field has no width and there will be a pair of double quotes with no space between them. For example, Bill Ripken on first as the only runner would look like this: "ripkb001","","", With Joe Orsulak on first and Cal Ripken on third, these fields would look like:: "orsuj001","","ripkc001" event text. The complete description of the play using the format described for the event files. leadoff flag. A one character descriptor which is T for the first batter of each inning and F for all others. pinchhit flag. Another one character flag which is T for pinch-hitters and F for all others. defensive position. The defensive position currently being played by this batter. It is pinch-hitter (position 11) for pinch-hitters. lineup position. Position in the batting order for this batter. event type. There are 25 different numeric codes to describe the type of event. They are: Code Meaning 0 Unknown event 1 No event 2 Generic out 3 Strikeout 4 Stolen base 5 Defensive indifference 6 Caught stealing 7 Pickoff error 8 Pickoff 9 Wild pitch 10 Passed ball 11 Balk 12 Other advance 13 Foul error 14 Walk 15 Intentional walk 16 Hit by pitch 17 Interference 18 Error 19 Fielder's choice 20 Single 21 Double 22 Triple 23 Home run 24 Missing play batter event flag. A one character indication of whether or not the event terminated the batter's appearance. T = yes, which is most common; F = no, meaning the same batter stayed at the plate, such as after a stolen base. ab flag. A one character indication of whether batter was charged with at-bat (T = yes, F = no). hit value. One number indicating value of hit (0 = no hit; 1 = single; 2 = double; 3 = triple; 4 = home run). SH flag. One character indicating sacrifice hit (T = yes; F = no). SF flag. One character indicating sacrifice fly (T = yes; F = no). outs on play. Number of outs recorded on this play. double play flag. One character field of DP or not. triple play flag. Once character field of TP or not. RBI on play. Number of RBI credited to batter on this play. wild pitch flag, passed ball flag. Two records with indication of whether there was a WP or PB on this play. fielded by. Identity of the fielder who played the ball. This is especially important for base hits when no formal fielding credit is given. batted ball type. Descriptor which is either F (fly ball), L (line drive), P (pop-up), or G (ground ball). bunt flag. Descriptor for whether or not play was a bunt. foul flag. Descriptor for whether or not ball was played in foul ground. hit location. The zone on the field where the ball was hit. Refer to the Scoring System attachments for a diagram of all locations. num errors. Number of errors on this play (a maximum of three is allowed). error players and types. These are 6 consecutive fields which identify the player committing the 1st, 2nd or 3rd errors on the play and the type of error each was (throw or drop). batter dest. The base which the batter reached at the conclusion of the play. If he was out, the base is 0. runner dest. The next three fields contain the base reached by each of the three runners at the conclusion of the play. If there was no advance, then the base shown will be the one where the runner started. Note that these runner fields are not updated on plays which end an inning, even if the inning-ending play would have resulted in an advance of one or more runners had it occurred earlier in the inning. plays. The next four fields indicate the play (if any) made on the batter and each of the runners (if any). SB, CS, PO flags. The next nine fields contain single character descriptors for each of the runners indicating whether he had a stolen base, was caught stealing or was picked off. responsible pitcher for runner. The next three fields indicate which pitcher was responsible for the runners on each base, if any. This assignment reflects responsbility should the runner score. new game and end game flags. The next two fields set a flag if this is the first record of a new game or the last record of the game. pinchrunners. The next three fields indicate if a pinchrunner has entered the game and at which base. removed runners. The next three fields contain the player ID of the runner who was just run for, one field for each base. If there is no pinchrunner at that base, the field contains the NULL string "". removed batter. If there is a pinchhitter, this field contains the player ID of the batter removed. If there is no pinchhitter, this field contains the NULL string "". removed batter position. If there is a pinchhitter, this field contains the fielding position of the removed batter. If there is no pinchhitter, this value is 0. fielder putouts. The next three fields indicate the first, second, and third fielders credited with putouts on the play. fielder assists. The next five fields indicate which fielders got credited with assists on the play (maximum of five fielders).
number field ------ ----- 0 game id* 1 visiting team* 2 inning* 3 batting team* 4 outs* 5 balls* 6 strikes* 7 pitch sequence 8 vis score* 9 home score* 10 batter 11 batter hand 12 res batter* 13 res batter hand* 14 pitcher 15 pitcher hand 16 res pitcher* 17 res pitcher hand* 18 catcher 19 first base 20 second base 21 third base 22 shortstop 23 left field 24 center field 25 right field 26 first runner* 27 second runner* 28 third runner* 29 event text* 30 leadoff flag* 31 pinchhit flag* 32 defensive position* 33 lineup position* 34 event type* 35 batter event flag* 36 ab flag* 37 hit value* 38 SH flag* 39 SF flag* 40 outs on play* 41 double play flag 42 triple play flag 43 RBI on play* 44 wild pitch flag* 45 passed ball flag* 46 fielded by 47 batted ball type 48 bunt flag 49 foul flag 50 hit location 51 num errors* 52 1st error player 53 1st error type 54 2nd error player 55 2nd error type 56 3rd error player 57 3rd error type 58 batter dest* (5 if scores and unearned, 6 if team unearned) 59 runner on 1st dest* (5 if scores and unearned, 6 if team unearned) 60 runner on 2nd dest* (5 if scores and unearned, 6 if team unearned) 61 runner on 3rd dest* (5 if socres and uneanred, 6 if team unearned) 62 play on batter 63 play on runner on 1st 64 play on runner on 2nd 65 play on runner on 3rd 66 SB for runner on 1st flag 67 SB for runner on 2nd flag 68 SB for runner on 3rd flag 69 CS for runner on 1st flag 70 CS for runner on 2nd flag 71 CS for runner on 3rd flag 72 PO for runner on 1st flag 73 PO for runner on 2nd flag 74 PO for runner on 3rd flag 75 Responsible pitcher for runner on 1st 76 Responsible pitcher for runner on 2nd 77 Responsible pitcher for runner on 3rd 78 New Game Flag 79 End Game Flag 80 Pinch-runner on 1st 81 Pinch-runner on 2nd 82 Pinch-runner on 3rd 83 Runner removed for pinch-runner on 1st 84 Runner removed for pinch-runner on 2nd 85 Runner removed for pinch-runner on 3rd 86 Batter removed for pinch-hitter 87 Position of batter removed for pinch-hitter 88 Fielder with First Putout (0 if none) 89 Fielder with Second Putout (0 if none) 90 Fielder with Third Putout (0 if none) 91 Fielder with First Assist (0 if none) 92 Fielder with Second Assist (0 if none) 93 Fielder with Third Assist (0 if none) 94 Fielder with Fourth Assist (0 if none) 95 Fielder with Fifth Assist (0 if none) 96 event num
BGAMEThe purpose of this program is to generate a summary of those items which are constant for each game, such as date, indication of day or night, identity of umpires, etc. There is also summary data of the game, such as the final score.
number field ------ ----- 0 game id 1 date 2 game number (0 = no double header) 3 day of week 4 start time 5 DH used flag 6 day/night flag 7 visiting team 8 home team 9 game site 10 visiting starting pitcher 11 home starting pitcher 12 home plate umpire 13 first base umpire 14 second base umpire 15 third base umpire 16 left field umpire 17 right field umpire 18 attendance 19 PS scorer 20 translator 21 inputter 22 input time 23 edit time 24 how scored 25 pitches entered? 26 temperature 27 wind direction 28 wind speed 29 field condition 30 precipitation 31 sky 32 time of game 33 number of innings 34 visitor final score 35 home final score 36 visitor hits 37 home hits 38 visitor errors 39 home errors 40 visitor left on base 41 home left on base 42 winning pitcher 43 losing pitcher 44 save for 45 GW RBI 46 visitor batter 1 47 visitor position 1 48 visitor batter 2 49 visitor position 2 50 visitor batter 3 51 visitor position 3 52 visitor batter 4 53 visitor position 4 54 visitor batter 5 55 visitor position 5 56 visitor batter 6 57 visitor position 6 58 visitor batter 7 59 visitor position 7 60 visitor batter 8 61 visitor position 8 62 visitor batter 9 63 visitor position 9 64 home batter 1 65 home position 1 66 home batter 2 67 home position 2 68 home batter 3 69 home position 3 70 home batter 4 71 home position 4 72 home batter 5 73 home position 5 74 home batter 6 75 home position 6 76 home batter 7 77 home position 7 78 home batter 8 79 home position 8 80 home batter 9 81 home position 9 82 gametype
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