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Triple-Slash Line

What does Triple-Slash Line Mean?

A statistical line in baseball that displays the Batting Average, On-Base Percentage and Slugging Percentage, which gives a statistical overview on a players batting performance. Batting Average considers the rate at which a player gets a hit, On-Base Percentage considers the rate at which a player gets on base and Slugging Percentage considers the rate of power hits of a player.

Example: 0.312/0.421/0.523


Sporting Charts explains Triple-Slash Line

The Triple-Slash Line gives a quick overview of the players batting performance and type and covers not only their hitting rate but how often they get on base and if they have extra base hits and home runs.

An elite player will usually have a Triple-Slash Line greater than 0.300/0.400/0.500.

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