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Over the course of his career, Bill Gleason made 3,624 plate appearances. Gleason was worth 10.4 Wins Above Replacement and 2.3 Wins Above Average.
After adjusting for length of schedule, catchers, and relief pitchers, the 10.4 WAR becomes 13.3 adjWAR. Then, WAA is adjusted by ignoring negative seasons (thus, truly capturing a player’s peak seasons) and making similar adjustments for catchers and relief pitchers. After these adjustments, the 2.3 WAA becomes 4.8 adjWAA.
Then, the adjWAR and adjWAA are combined, but with extra weighting given to adjWAA. This gives Gleason 21.9 wWAR. wWAR is then converted to Hall Rating. A Hall Rating of 100 represents the Hall of Stats borderline (similar to OPS+ or wRC+, where 100 represents league average).
Bill Gleason has a Hall Rating of 21, leaving him nowhere close to induction to the Hall of Stats.
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