Batting Average Calculator – Quick & Accurate Baseball Stats

Our batting average calculator tool quickly computes your batting average to help you assess your performance in baseball or softball.

Batting Average Calculator

How to Use the Calculator

To calculate the batting average, enter the total number of hits and the total number of at-bats into their respective fields. The batting average represents the ratio of hits to at-bats. Once you have entered the values, click on the “Calculate” button, and the batting average will be displayed in the Result field.

How It Calculates Results

The batting average is calculated by dividing the number of hits by the number of at-bats. It is a common statistic used to measure a batter’s performance in baseball, and it’s expressed as a three-digit decimal. If a player gets a hit every time at bat, the average would be 1.000. A batting average of .300 means the player got a hit 30% of the times they were at bat.


This calculator assumes that the input values are whole numbers, as fractional at-bats are not standard. It will not calculate correctly if you input text, symbols, or a number of at-bats that is less than or equal to zero. Batting average can be significantly influenced by a small number of at-bats, which can make it less representative of a player’s ability in the short term.

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