On Base Plus Slugging is an advanced statistic in baseball that measures a hitters ability to both get on base and hit for power by combining on base percentage and slugging percentage.
OPS = OBP + SLG
Also referred to as "OPS."
More about On Base Plus Slugging Leaders
Top hitters in the league will generally have a OPS above 0.900 with the leader being around 1.000. The record for the highest single season OPS among a qualifying hitter was Barry Bonds in 2004 with a 1.4217 OPS.