wOBAWeighted On-Base Average (baseball statistic)
wOBAWithout Board Action
wOBAWhite Oak Bayou Association (Texas)
wOBAWestern Ontario Badminton Association (Canada)
wOBAWest Olympia Business Association (Olympia, WA)
wOBAWest Orange Bridal Association (Florida)
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London-based Woba Media was set up by two school friends with a passion for technology and animals.
Dallas, to request re-designation using the WOBA option.
Gagfah SA (ETR:GFJ), the Luxembourg-domiciled company operating within the German real estate sector, has shelved the sale of Woba Dresden GmbH after negotiating a EUR1bn (USD1.3bn) loan.
On-Base Plus Slugging (OPS) is a similar statistic, but it lacks wOBA's nuance.
After three days of interviews The Chris Top Program, Magnolia Emporium & BB King's Blues Club Nashville will bring you the WOBA Awards 2016.
(2) The pitchers' annual wOBA (weighted on-base average) divided by the hitters' wOBA went from 0.95 in the 1870s, to 0.70 in 1930, to the present-day 0.50.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 23, 2013-Gagfah ditches Woba sale after loan deal - report(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Woba, whose holdings account for a quarter of Gagfaha[euro](tm)s portfolio, has a EUR1bn loan that falls due in May.
He has also ranked among the game's elite with the bat ever since the Brewers called him up in 2007, posting a career weighted on-base average (wOBA) of .397, tied for sixth in baseball during that time.
To the familiar categories of batting average, RBIs, runs scored, and so forth, baseball analysts have proposed countless new metrics, some of which--OPS+, wOBA, linear weights--have stuck.
A-Rod signed his new mammoth deal after a season for the ages (9.2 WAR, .449 wOBA), but he suddenly dropped off to 6.0, 4.5, and then 3.9 WAR from 2008-10 with injuries and declining power along the way.