Batting Average Calculator

Easily calculate your cricket batting averages with this online cricket calculator. Batting average is the total number of runs they have scored divided by the number of times they have been out.

Number of Runs Scored Number of Innings Played Number of Times Not Out
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Online Batting Average Calculator Example

Below is an example of the original Batting Average Calculator and the result.

Original Batting Average Calculator Example
Number of Runs Scored : 123
Number of Innings Played : 3
Number of Times Not Out : 1

And an example of how the online Batting Average Calculator works.

Batting Average Calculator Result
Batting Average = ( Runs Scored / (Innings Played - Times Not Out) )

Batting Average = 123 / ( 3 - 1 )

Batting Average = 123 / 2

Batting Average = 61.50

How to use Yttags's Batting Average Calculator?

  • Step 1: Select the Tool
Batting Average Calculator Step 1
  • Step 2: Enter The Following Options And Click On The Calculate Button.
Batting Average Calculator Step 2
  • Step 3: Check Your Batting Average Calculator Result
Batting Average Calculator Step 3

Batting average is a crucial metric in cricket that measures a player's performance with the bat. It is calculated by dividing the total number of runs scored by the number of times the player has been dismissed.

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FAQs for Batting Average Calculator

What is a Batting Average Calculator?
A batting average calculator is a tool used in baseball to determine a player's average performance in hitting the ball, calculated by dividing the number of hits by the number of at-bats.
How do you determine the batting average?
To calculate a batting average in baseball, divide the number of hits by the number of at-bats, and then round the result to three decimal places.
Does batting average count fouls?
No, fouls are not counted in a player's batting average. Only fair balls that are hit into play and not caught by the defense are considered in the calculation.
Do you want a higher batting average?
Yes, in baseball, a higher batting average is generally desired as it indicates a player's ability to make successful hits and contribute positively to the team's offense.
What does a good batting average mean?
A good batting average in baseball typically means a player consistently gets hits and is considered a reliable contributor to their team's offense. In the Major Leagues, a batting average above .300 is often considered excellent.