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Test batsmen and the value of a start

Warning: long post. Hello all, a week or two ago I posted a half analysis half hypothesis explaining Bradman’s dominance over test match batting, entitled Bradman and the value of a start. In the post I broke down the innings of 12 batsmen known for their batting prowess, and placed them into groups. Ducks, scores of under 20, 20+ (I consider 20 to be a start), 50+, 100+, 150+, 200+ and 300+. The data concludes that, while Bradman gets going as much as most batsmen but not significantly more so, he certainly makes that start count. I used the example of the 1930 Ashes, in which Bradman score 974 runs in 7 innings. 3 times he failed to get a start, scoring 8, 1 and 14. However, in the other four he did get a start. He made 131 at Trent Bridge, 254 at Lord’s, 334 at Leeds and 232 at The Oval.
Many people in the comments requested some other players figures, so in this post I will analyse the data of all batsmen who have played 40 innings and average over 48. There are 50 such players in test history, a nice round number. This means that all the fab 4 are included as well. This post will be a little less conclusive, but a lot higher effort. My original post had a clear hypothesis, that Bradman attained an average of 99.94 because he recognised the value of a start much more than other players, whereas this post is simply to show the data and perhaps conclude which batsmen “underperformed”, i.e. could’ve been better players had they valued starts more, and who valued starts the most. All data is from before the first test between England and the West Indies in Southampton. Perhaps maybe my conclusion at the bottom is best at conveying my hypothesis, especially if you don’t want to closely comb through the tables, it is in brackets below.
(All of this begs the question, if we say that batting average is a rating for a player, meaning that the best player has a ‘rating’ of 99.94, and the next best 62.84, then do poorer players have lower conversion rates because they are worse (lower rating), OR do those players have lower averages (ratings) because they cannot convert. In other words, do all batsmen, if they get a similar amount of starts, have the potential to be the best since Bradman? For example, many would agree that Joe Root fits this description, i.e. has the potential to be Smith/Kohli level. The stats support this as well, as you’ll see in the conversion rates table. Or do starts mean nothing and it is all arbitrary and has no correlation and I’ve wasted my week? Perhaps. But intriguing nonetheless.)
First, I displayed the overall career stats, so here they are, ranked by batting average:
Player Mat Inns NO Runs Ave HS 100 50 0
DG Bradman 52 80 10 6996 99.94 334 29 13 7
SPD Smith 73 131 16 7227 62.84 239 26 29 4
RG Pollock 23 41 4 2256 60.97 274 7 11 1
GA Headley 22 40 4 2190 60.83 270* 10 5 2
H Sutcliffe 54 84 9 4555 60.73 194 16 23 2
KF Barrington 82 131 15 6806 58.67 256 20 35 5
ED Weekes 48 81 5 4455 58.61 207 15 19 6
WR Hammond 85 140 16 7249 58.45 336* 22 24 4
GS Sobers 93 160 21 8032 57.78 365* 26 30 12
KC Sangakkara 134 233 17 12400 57.40 319 38 52 11
JB Hobbs 61 102 7 5410 56.94 211 15 28 4
CL Walcott 44 74 7 3798 56.68 220 15 14 1
L Hutton 79 138 15 6971 56.67 364 19 33 5
JH Kallis 166 280 40 13289 55.37 224 45 58 16
GS Chappell 87 151 19 7110 53.86 247* 24 31 12
AD Nourse 34 62 7 2960 53.81 231 9 14 3
SR Tendulkar 200 329 33 15921 53.78 248* 51 68 14
V Kohli 86 145 10 7240 53.62 254* 27 22 10
BC Lara 131 232 6 11953 52.88 400* 34 48 17
J Miandad 124 189 21 8832 52.57 280* 23 43 6
R Dravid 164 286 32 13288 52.31 270 26 63 8
M Yousuf 90 156 12 7530 52.29 223 24 33 11
Y Khan 118 213 19 10099 52.05 313 34 33 19
RT Ponting 168 287 29 13378 51.85 257 41 62 17
A Flower 63 112 19 4794 51.54 232* 12 27 5
MEK Hussey 79 137 16 6235 51.52 195 19 29 12
S Chanderpaul 164 280 49 11867 51.37 203* 30 66 15
SM Gavaskar 125 215 16 10122 51.12 236* 34 45 12
SR Waugh 168 260 46 10927 51.06 200 32 50 22
KS Williamson 80 140 13 6476 50.99 242* 21 32 9
ML Hayden 103 184 14 8625 50.73 380 30 29 14
AB de Villiers 114 191 18 8765 50.66 278* 22 46 8
AR Border 156 265 44 11174 50.56 205 27 63 11
IVA Richards 121 182 12 8540 50.23 291 24 45 10
DCS Compton 78 131 15 5807 50.06 278 17 28 10
DPMD Jayawardene 149 252 15 11814 49.84 374 34 50 15
Inzamam-ul-Haq 120 200 22 8830 49.60 329 25 46 15
FMM Worrell 51 87 9 3860 49.48 261 9 22 11
V Sehwag 104 180 6 8586 49.34 319 23 32 16
MJ Clarke 115 198 22 8643 49.10 329* 28 27 9
DA Warner 84 155 7 7244 48.94 335* 24 30 9
B Mitchell 42 80 9 3471 48.88 189* 8 21 3
TT Samaraweera 81 132 20 5462 48.76 231 14 30 11
CA Pujara 77 128 8 5840 48.66 206* 18 25 7
RH Harvey 79 137 10 6149 48.41 205 21 24 7
JE Root 92 169 12 7599 48.40 254 17 48 8
KD Walters 74 125 14 5357 48.26 250 15 33 4
GC Smith 117 205 13 9265 48.25 277 27 38 11
WH Ponsford 29 48 4 2122 48.22 266 7 6 1
SJ McCabe 39 62 5 2748 48.21 232 6 13 4
A much larger group of players as you can see.
And here are their innings split into the groupings:
Player Inns Inn0 InnSub20 Inn20+ Inn50+ Inn100+ Inn150+ Inn200+ Inn300+
DG Bradman 80 7 22 58 42 29 18 12 2
SPD Smith 131 4 45 86 55 26 8 3 0
RG Pollock 41 1 14 27 18 7 3 2 0
GA Headley 40 2 16 24 15 10 4 2 0
H Sutcliffe 84 2 18 66 39 16 4 0 0
KF Barrington 131 5 44 87 55 20 4 1 0
ED Weekes 81 6 25 56 34 15 7 2 0
WR Hammond 140 4 43 97 46 22 10 7 1
GS Sobers 160 12 56 104 56 26 11 2 1
KC Sangakkara 233 11 86 147 90 38 19 11 1
JB Hobbs 102 4 28 74 43 15 6 1 0
CL Walcott 74 1 29 45 29 15 4 1 0
L Hutton 138 5 48 90 52 19 10 4 1
JH Kallis 280 16 105 175 103 45 14 2 0
GS Chappell 151 12 57 94 55 24 8 4 0
AD Nourse 62 3 17 45 23 9 2 2 0
SR Tendulkar 329 14 136 193 119 51 20 6 0
V Kohli 145 10 60 85 49 27 10 7 0
BC Lara 232 17 97 135 82 34 19 9 2
J Miandad 189 6 68 121 66 23 10 6 0
R Dravid 286 8 106 180 99 36 11 5 0
M Yousuf 156 11 64 92 57 24 9 4 0
Y Khan 213 19 86 127 67 34 13 6 1
RT Ponting 287 17 107 180 103 41 15 6 0
A Flower 112 5 46 66 39 12 4 1 0
MEK Hussey 137 12 47 90 48 19 3 0 0
S Chanderpaul 280 15 108 172 96 30 5 2 0
SM Gavaskar 214 12 85 129 79 34 12 4 0
SR Waugh 260 22 114 146 82 32 14 1 0
KS Williamson 140 9 57 83 53 21 6 2 0
ML Hayden 184 14 65 119 59 30 5 2 1
AB de Villiers 191 8 69 122 68 22 9 2 0
AR Border 265 11 102 163 90 27 8 2 0
IVA Richards 182 10 66 116 69 24 7 3 0
DCS Compton 131 10 51 80 45 17 5 2 0
DPMD Jayawardene 252 15 107 145 84 34 16 7 1
Inzamam-ul-Haq 200 15 79 121 71 25 4 2 1
FMM Worrell 87 11 36 51 31 9 5 2 0
V Sehwag 180 16 71 109 55 23 14 6 2
MJ Clarke 198 9 84 114 55 28 10 4 1
DA Warner 155 9 61 94 54 24 5 2 1
B Mitchell 80 3 32 48 29 8 2 0 0
TT Samaraweera 132 11 56 76 44 14 3 2 0
CA Pujara 128 7 50 78 43 18 7 3 0
RN Harvey 137 7 60 77 45 21 9 2 0
JE Root 169 8 67 102 65 17 7 3 0
KD Walters 125 4 51 74 48 15 3 2 0
GC Smith 205 11 78 127 65 27 9 5 0
WH Ponsford 48 1 21 27 13 7 3 1 0
SJ McCabe 62 4 21 41 19 6 3 1 0
The same as last time, there are two ways to look at this data, percentage distribution and conversion rates. Last time, I just put the raw figures (percentage or conversion rate), but as we are dealing with 50 players, I will also put their average in these tables. That way you can extrapolate (e.g. player x gets the same amount of starts as player y but player x only averages 49 whereas player y average 57, you can then look at conversion rates to see why this is).
Percentage Distribution
The first category is ducks, ranked by the most frequent scorers of 0:
Player Ave Inns Inn0 %0
FMM Worrell 49.48 87 11 12.64%
Y Khan 52.05 213 19 8.92%
V Sehwag 49.34 180 16 8.89%
MEK Hussey 51.52 137 12 8.76%
DG Bradman 99.94 80 7 8.75%
SR Waugh 51.06 260 22 8.46%
TT Samaraweera 48.76 132 11 8.33%
GS Chappell 53.86 151 12 7.95%
DCS Compton 50.06 131 10 7.63%
ML Hayden 50.73 184 14 7.61%
GS Sobers 57.78 160 12 7.50%
Inzamam-ul-Haq 49.60 200 15 7.50%
ED Weekes 58.61 81 6 7.41%
BC Lara 52.88 232 17 7.33%
M Yousuf 52.29 156 11 7.05%
V Kohli 53.62 145 10 6.90%
SJ McCabe 48.21 62 4 6.45%
KS Williamson 50.99 140 9 6.43%
DPMD Jayawardene 49.84 252 15 5.95%
RT Ponting 51.85 287 17 5.92%
DA Warner 48.94 155 9 5.81%
JH Kallis 55.37 280 16 5.71%
SM Gavaskar 51.12 215 12 5.58%
IVA Richards 50.23 182 10 5.49%
CA Pujara 48.66 128 7 5.47%
GC Smith 48.25 205 11 5.37%
S Chanderpaul 51.37 280 15 5.36%
RH Harvey 48.41 137 7 5.11%
GA Headley 60.83 40 2 5.00%
AD Nourse 53.81 62 3 4.84%
JE Root 48.40 169 8 4.73%
KC Sangakkara 57.40 233 11 4.72%
MJ Clarke 49.10 198 9 4.55%
A Flower 51.54 112 5 4.46%
SR Tendulkar 53.78 329 14 4.26%
AB de Villiers 50.66 191 8 4.19%
AR Border 50.56 265 11 4.15%
JB Hobbs 56.94 102 4 3.92%
KF Barrington 58.67 131 5 3.82%
B Mitchell 48.88 80 3 3.75%
L Hutton 56.67 138 5 3.62%
KD Walters 48.26 125 4 3.20%
J Miandad 52.57 189 6 3.17%
SPD Smith 62.84 131 4 3.05%
WR Hammond 58.45 140 4 2.86%
R Dravid 52.31 286 8 2.80%
RG Pollock 60.97 41 1 2.44%
H Sutcliffe 60.73 84 2 2.38%
WH Ponsford 48.22 48 1 2.08%
CL Walcott 56.68 74 1 1.35%
We can see some interesting things here when discussing the value of a start. Frank Worrell is the real outlier here, with 12% of his innings being ducks, no one else crossing more than 8. However, it starts to paint a picture. 12% of Worrell’s innings are ducks, but he still averages 49, whereas Ponsford only has one duck but averages 48. At face value it seems like Worrell values a start immensely more so than Bill Ponsford. On the flip side Sutcliffe has just 2 ducks but averages 60, compared to Bradman, who is very high on the list yet averages 100. However, ducks are only one part, what is the difference between making 0 and 1? Not a whole lot.
So now, who gets a start the most often (ranked by most frequent starters):
Player Ave Inns Inn20+ %20+
H Sutcliffe 60.73 84 66 78.57%
AD Nourse 53.81 62 45 72.58%
JB Hobbs 56.94 102 74 72.55%
DG Bradman 99.94 80 58 72.50%
WR Hammond 58.45 140 97 69.29%
ED Weekes 58.61 81 56 69.14%
KF Barrington 58.67 131 87 66.51%
SJ McCabe 48.21 62 41 66.13%
RG Pollock 60.97 41 27 65.85%
MEK Hussey 51.52 137 90 65.69%
SPD Smith 62.84 131 86 65.65%
L Hutton 56.67 138 90 65.22%
GS Sobers 57.78 160 104 65.00%
ML Hayden 50.73 184 119 64.67%
J Miandad 52.57 189 121 64.02%
AB de Villiers 50.66 191 122 63.87%
IVA Richards 50.23 182 116 63.74%
CL Walcott 56.68 71 45 63.38%
KC Sangakkara 57.40 233 147 63.09%
R Dravid 52.31 286 180 62.94%
RT Ponting 51.85 287 180 62.72%
JH Kallis 55.37 280 175 62.50%
GS Chappell 53.86 151 94 62.25%
GC Smith 48.25 205 127 61.95%
AR Border 50.56 265 163 61.51%
S Chanderpaul 51.37 280 172 61.43%
DCS Compton 50.06 131 80 61.07%
CA Pujara 48.66 128 78 60.94%
DA Warner 48.94 155 94 60.65%
V Sehwag 49.34 180 109 60.56%
Inzamam-ul-Haq 49.60 200 121 60.50%
JE Root 48.40 169 102 60.36%
SM Gavaskar 51.12 214 129 60.28%
GA Headley 60.83 40 24 60.00%
B Mitchell 48.88 80 48 60.00%
KS Williamson 50.99 140 83 59.29%
KD Walters 48.26 125 74 59.20%
M Yousuf 52.29 156 92 58.97%
A Flower 51.54 112 66 58.93%
SR Tendulkar 53.78 329 193 58.66%
V Kohli 53.62 145 85 58.62%
FMM Worrell 49.48 87 51 58.62%
BC Lara 52.88 232 135 58.19%
MJ Clarke 49.10 198 114 57.58%
TT Samaraweera 48.76 132 76 57.58%
DPMD Jayawardene 49.84 252 145 57.54%
WH Ponsford 48.22 48 27 56.25%
RN Harvey 48.41 137 77 56.20%
SR Waugh 51.06 260 146 56.15%
Now this is why I think it is important to have a player’s average next to these stats, especially with 50 players there. Bruce Mitchell, a South African opener of long ago and Kane Williamson both get as many starts as George Headley, yet they both average 48-50, not 60 like Headley. Also, Stan McCabe up the top, he gets as many starts as players averaging 58+. For Christ sake, Bradman doesn’t even top the list, which was exactly the highlight of my last post. So why? Well it is all down to what a player does with their starts. The best way to look at this is conversion rates, moving from one grouping to the next, and what they turn their starts into. Before venturing into conversion rates, I will list the percentage distribution of 50+, 100+, 150+, 200+ and 300+ scores (ranked by batting average, as it would take too long to split these into separate tables and rank the players accordingly):
Player Inns %50+ %100+ %150+ %200+ %300+
DG Bradman 80 52.50% 36.25% 22.50% 15.00% 2.50%
SPD Smith 131 41.98% 19.85% 6.11% 2.29% 0.00%
RG Pollock 41 43.90% 17.07% 7.32% 4.88% 0.00%
GA Headley 40 37.50% 25.00% 10.00% 5.00% 0.00%
H Sutcliffe 84 46.43% 19.05% 4.76% 0.00% 0.00%
KF Barrington 131 41.98% 15.27% 3.05% 0.76% 0.00%
ED Weekes 81 41.98% 18.52% 8.64% 2.47% 0.00%
WR Hammond 140 32.86% 15.71% 7.14% 5.00% 0.71%
GS Sobers 160 35.00% 16.25% 6.88% 1.25% 0.63%
KC Sangakkara 233 38.63% 16.31% 8.15% 4.72% 0.43%
JB Hobbs 102 42.16% 14.71% 5.88% 0.98% 0.00%
CL Walcott 74 39.19% 20.27% 5.41% 1.35% 0.00%
L Hutton 138 37.68% 13.76% 7.25% 2.90% 0.72%
JH Kallis 280 36.79% 16.07% 5.00% 0.71% 0.00%
GS Chappell 151 36.42% 15.89% 5.30% 2.65% 0.00%
AD Nourse 62 37.10% 14.52% 3.23% 3.23% 0.00%
SR Tendulkar 329 36.17% 15.50% 6.08% 1.82% 0.00%
V Kohli 145 33.79% 18.62% 6.90% 4.83% 0.00%
BC Lara 232 35.34% 14.66% 8.19% 3.88% 0.86%
J Miandad 189 34.92% 12.17% 5.29% 3.17% 0.00%
R Dravid 286 34.62% 12.59% 3.85% 1.75% 0.00%
M Yousuf 156 36.54% 15.38% 5.77% 2.56% 0.00%
Y Khan 213 31.46% 15.96% 6.10% 2.82% 0.47%
RT Ponting 287 35.89% 14.29% 5.23% 2.09% 0.00%
A Flower 112 34.82% 10.71% 3.57% 0.89% 0.00%
MEK Hussey 137 35.04% 13.87% 2.19% 0.00% 0.00%
S Chanderpaul 280 34.29% 10.71% 1.79% 0.71% 0.00%
SM Gavaskar 214 36.92% 15.89% 5.61% 1.87% 0.00%
SR Waugh 260 31.54% 12.31% 5.38% 0.38% 0.00%
KS Williamson 140 37.86% 15.00% 4.29% 1.43% 0.00%
ML Hayden 184 32.07% 16.30% 2.72% 1.09% 0.54%
AB de Villiers 191 35.60% 11.52% 4.72% 1.05% 0.00%
AR Border 265 33.96% 10.19% 3.02% 0.75% 0.00%
IVA Richards 182 37.91% 13.19% 3.85% 1.65% 0.00%
DCS Compton 131 34.35% 12.98% 3.82% 1.53% 0.00%
DPMD Jayawardene 252 33.34% 13.49% 6.35% 2.78% 0.40%
Imzamam-ul-Haq 200 35.50% 12.50% 2.00% 1.00% 0.50%
FMM Worrell 87 35.63% 10.34% 5.75% 2.30% 0.00%
V Sehwag 180 30.56% 12.78% 7.78% 3.33% 1.11%
MJ Clarke 198 27.78% 14.14% 5.05% 2.02% 0.50%
DA Warner 155 34.84% 15.48% 3.23% 1.29% 0.65%
B Mitchell 80 36.25% 10.00% 2.50% 0.00% 0.00%
TT Samaraweera 132 33.34% 10.61% 2.27% 1.52% 0.00%
CA Pujara 128 33.59% 14.06% 5.47% 2.34% 0.00%
RN Harvey 137 32.85% 15.33% 6.57% 1.46% 0.00%
JE Root 169 38.46% 10.06% 4.14% 1.78% 0.00%
KD Walters 125 38.40% 12.00% 2.40% 1.60% 0.00%
GC Smith 205 31.71% 13.17% 4.39% 2.44% 0.00%
WH Ponsford 48 27.08% 14.58% 6.25% 2.08% 0.00%
SJ McCabe 62 30.65% 9.68% 4.84% 1.61% 0.00%
This visualisation can allow us to see why someone like Stan McCabe, who gets as many starts as Everton Weekes and Wally Hammond, falls short. And present of course is the dominance of Bradman in the later tables, especially 150+ scores. But an even easier visualisation of this data is conversion rates, so let’s have a look.
Conversion Rates
The first lot of conversion rates is how often a batsman moves from one grouping to the next, or the conversion rates that many are familiar with (e.g. 50->100 or 100->200 etc). How often batsmen move from one grouping to the next (ranked by batting average):
Player 20->50 50->100 100->150 150->200 200->300
DG Bradman 72.41% 69.05% 62.07% 66.67% 16.67%
SPD Smith 63.95% 47.27% 30.77% 37.50% 0.00%
RG Pollock 66.67% 38.89% 42.86% 66.67% 0.00%
GA Headley 62.50% 66.67% 40.00% 50.00% 0.00%
H Sutcliffe 59.09% 41.03% 25.00% 0.00% 0.00%
KF Barrington 63.22% 36.36% 20.00% 25.00% 0.00%
ED Weekes 60.71% 44.12% 46.67% 28.57% 0.00%
WR Hammond 47.42% 47.83% 45.45% 70.00% 14.29%
GS Sobers 53.85% 46.43% 42.31% 18.18% 50.00%
KC Sangakkara 61.22% 42.22% 50.00% 57.89% 9.09%
JB Hobbs 58.11% 34.88% 40.00% 16.67% 0.00%
CL Walcott 64.44% 51.72% 26.67% 25.00% 0.00%
L Hutton 57.78% 36.54% 52.63% 40.00% 25.00%
JH Kallis 58.86% 43.69% 31.11% 14.29% 0.00%
GS Chappell 58.51% 43.64% 33.33% 50.00% 0.00%
AD Nourse 51.11% 39.13% 22.22% 100.00% 0.00%
SR Tendulkar 61.66% 42.86% 39.22% 30.00% 0.00%
V Kohli 57.65% 55.10% 37.04% 70.00% 0.00%
BC Lara 60.74% 41.46% 55.88% 47.37% 22.22%
J Miandad 54.55% 34.85% 43.48% 60.00% 0.00%
R Dravid 55.00% 36.36% 30.56% 45.45% 0.00%
M Yousuf 61.96% 42.11% 37.50% 44.44% 0.00%
Y Khan 52.76% 50.75% 38.24% 46.15% 16.67%
RT Ponting 57.22% 39.81% 36.59% 40.00% 0.00%
A Flower 59.09% 30.77% 33.33% 25.00% 0.00%
MEK Hussey 53.33% 39.58% 15.79% 0.00% 0.00%
S Chanderpaul 55.81% 31.25% 16.67% 40.00% 0.00%
SM Gavaskar 61.24% 43.04% 35.29% 33.33% 0.00%
SR Waugh 56.16% 39.02% 43.75% 7.14% 0.00%
KS Williamson 63.85% 39.62% 28.57% 33.33% 0.00%
ML Hayden 49.58% 50.85% 16.67% 40.00% 50.00%
AB de Villiers 55.74% 32.35% 40.91% 22.22% 0.00%
IVA Richards 59.48% 34.78% 29.17% 42.86% 0.00%
DCS Compton 56.25% 37.78% 29.41% 40.00% 0.00%
DPMD Jayawardene 57.93% 40.48% 47.06% 43.75% 14.29%
Inzamam-ul-Haq 58.68% 35.21% 16.00% 50.00% 50.00%
FMM Worrell 60.78% 29.03% 55.56% 40.00% 0.00%
V Sehwag 50.46% 41.82% 60.87% 42.86% 33.33%
MJ Clarke 48.25% 50.91% 35.71% 40.00% 25.00%
DA Warner 57.45% 44.44% 20.83% 40.00% 50.00%
B Mitchell 60.42% 27.59% 25.00% 0.00% 0.00%
TT Samaraweera 57.89% 31.82% 21.43% 66.67% 0.00%
CA Pujara 55.13% 41.86% 38.89% 42.86% 0.00%
RN Harvey 58.44% 46.67% 42.86% 22.22% 0.00%
JE Root 63.73% 26.15% 41.18% 42.86% 0.00%
KD Walters 64.86% 31.25% 20.00% 66.67% 0.00%
GC Smith 51.18% 41.54% 33.33% 55.56% 0.00%
WH Ponsford 48.15% 53.85% 42.86% 33.33% 0.00%
SJ McCabe 46.34% 31.58% 50.00% 33.33% 0.00%
Look at Bradman’s strength here, he retains a conversion of around 65%ish for all categories, until he reaches 200->300, even then he still has 2 triples. These rates are good at highlighting strengths and weaknesses for some players, for example Hammond’s insane 150->200 conversion, and that Lara is not always going to make 100 when he makes 50, but if he does, more than half the time he’ll make 150. Also note Mike Hussey’s relative weakness of ‘pushing on’, had he, he could’ve averaged 60+, like he did at the beginning of his career .The point of this post is to lay out the data for others to make inferences, so I won’t do a running analysis/commentary for all the metrics. Interestingly, Sehwag, despite averaging 49, has the second best 100->150 rate behind Bradman, Zaheer Abbas is also legendary at going big, but unfortunately his average of 44 does not make the qualifications I set.
Now, how often a batsman turns a start into various groupings (the overall table is ranked by batting average, but the first two tables are ranked by best converters):
The best 20->50 converters:
Player Ave 20->50
DG Bradman 99.94 72.41%
RG Pollock 60.97 66.67%
KD Walters 48.26 64.86%
CL Walcott 56.68 64.44%
SPD Smith 62.84 63.95%
KS Williamson 50.99 63.86%
JE Root 48.40 63.73%
KF Barrington 58.67 63.22%
GA Headley 60.83 62.50%
M Yousuf 52.29 61.96%
SR Tendulkar 53.78 61.66%
SM Gavaskar 51.12 61.24%
KC Sangakkara 57.40 61.22%
FMM Worrell 49.48 60.78%
BC Lara 52.88 60.74%
ED Weekes 58.61 60.71%
B Mitchell 48.88 60.42%
IVA Richards 50.23 59.48%
H Sutcliffe 60.73 59.09%
A Flower 51.54 59.09%
JH Kallis 55.37 58.86%
Inzamam-ul-Haq 49.60 58.68%
GS Chappell 53.86 58.51%
RN Harvey 48.41 58.44%
JB Hobbs 56.94 58.11%
DPMD Jayawardene 49.84 57.93%
TT Samaraweera 48.76 57.89%
L Hutton 56.67 57.78%
V Kohli 53.62 57.65%
DA Warner 48.94 57.45%
RT Ponting 51.85 57.22%
DCS Compton 50.06 56.25%
SR Waugh 51.06 56.16%
S Chanderpaul 51.37 55.81%
AB de Villiers 50.66 55.74%
AR Border 50.56 55.21%
CA Pujara 48.66 55.13%
R Dravid 52.31 55.00%
J Miandad 52.57 54.55%
GS Sobers 57.78 53.85%
MEK Hussey 51.52 53.33%
Y Khan 52.05 52.76%
GC Smith 48.25 51.18%
AD Nourse 53.81 51.11%
V Sehwag 49.34 50.46%
ML Hayden 50.73 49.58%
MJ Clarke 49.10 48.25%
WH Ponsford 48.22 48.15%
WR Hammond 58.45 47.42%
SJ McCabe 48.21 46.34%
Hammond second from bottom yet he averages 58, thus his conversion to 150+ scores becomes all the more relevant, see the last table. Interesting again is Root and Kane at the top, Root’s 20->100 rate will be shocking in comparison in the next table.
The best 20->100 converters:
Player Ave 20->100
DG Bradman 99.94 50.00%
GA Headley 60.83 41.67%
CL Walcott 56.68 33.33%
V Kohli 53.62 31.76%
SPD Smith 62.84 30.23%
RN Harvey 48.41 27.27%
ED Weekes 58.61 26.79%
Y Khan 52.05 26.77%
SR Tendulkar 53.78 26.42%
SM Gavaskar 51.12 26.36%
M Yousuf 52.29 26.09%
RG Pollock 60.97 25.93%
WH Ponsford 48.22 25.93%
KC Sangakkara 57.40 25.85%
JH Kallis 55.37 25.71%
GS Chappell 53.86 25.53%
DA Warner 48.94 25.53%
KS Williamson 50.99 25.30%
ML Hayden 50.73 25.21%
BC Lara 52.88 25.19%
GS Sobers 57.78 25.00%
MJ Clarke 49.10 24.56%
H Sutcliffe 60.73 24.24%
DPMD Jayawardene 49.84 23.45%
CA Pujara 48.66 23.08%
KF Barrington 58.67 22.99%
RT Ponting 51.85 22.78%
WR Hammond 58.45 22.68%
SR Waugh 51.06 21.92%
GC Smith 48.25 21.26%
DCS Compton 50.06 21.25%
L Hutton 56.67 21.11%
MEK Hussey 51.52 21.11%
V Sehwag 49.34 21.10%
IVA Richards 50.23 20.69%
Inzamam-ul-Haq 49.60 20.66%
JB Hobbs 56.94 20.27%
KD Walters 48.26 20.27%
AD Nourse 53.81 20.00%
R Dravid 52.31 20.00%
J Miandad 52.57 19.01%
TT Samaraweera 48.76 18.42%
A Flower 51.54 18.18%
AB de Villiers 50.66 18.03%
FMM Worrell 49.48 17.65%
S Chanderpaul 51.37 17.44%
B Mitchell 48.88 16.67%
JE Root 48.40 16.67%
AR Border 50.56 16.56%
SJ McCabe 48.21 14.63%
Finally, an overall table:
Player 20->50 20->100 20->150 20->200 20->300
DG Bradman 72.41% 50.00% 31.03% 20.69% 3.45%
SPD Smith 63.95% 30.23% 9.30% 3.49% 0.00%
RG Pollock 66.67% 25.93% 11.11% 7.41% 0.00%
GA Headley 62.50% 41.67% 16.67% 8.33% 0.00%
H Sutcliffe 59.09% 24.24% 6.06% 0.00% 0.00%
KF Barrington 63.22% 22.99% 4.60% 1.15% 0.00%
ED Weekes 60.71% 26.79% 12.50% 3.57% 0.00%
WR Hammond 47.42% 22.68% 10.31% 7.22% 1.03%
GS Sobers 53.85% 25.00% 10.58% 1.92% 0.96%
KC Sangakkara 61.22% 25.85% 12.93% 7.48% 0.68%
JB Hobbs 58.11% 20.27% 8.11% 1.35% 0.00%
CL Walcott 64.44% 33.33% 8.89% 2.22% 0.00%
L Hutton 57.78% 21.11% 11.11% 4.44% 1.11%
JH Kallis 58.86% 25.71% 8.00% 1.14% 0.00%
GS Chappell 58.51% 25.53% 8.51% 4.26% 0.00%
AD Nourse 51.11% 20.00% 4.44% 4.44% 0.00%
SR Tendulkar 61.66% 26.42% 10.36% 3.11% 0.00%
V Kohli 57.65% 31.76% 11.76% 8.24% 0.00%
BC Lara 60.74% 25.19% 14.07% 6.67% 1.48%
J Miandad 54.55% 19.01% 8.26% 4.96% 0.00%
R Dravid 55.00% 20.00% 6.11% 2.78% 0.00%
M Yousuf 61.96% 26.09% 9.78% 4.35% 0.00%
Y Khan 52.76% 26.77% 10.24% 4.72% 0.79%
RT Ponting 57.22% 22.78% 8.33% 3.33% 0.00%
A Flower 59.09% 18.18% 6.06% 1.52% 0.00%
MEK Hussey 53.33% 21.11% 3.33% 0.00% 0.00%
S Chanderpaul 55.81% 17.44% 2.91% 1.16% 0.00%
SM Gavaskar 61.24% 26.36% 9.30% 3.10% 0.00%
SR Waugh 56.16% 21.92% 9.59% 0.68% 0.00%
KS Williamson 63.86% 25.30% 7.23% 2.41% 0.00%
ML Hayden 49.58% 25.21% 4.20% 1.68% 0.84%
AB de Villiers 55.74% 18.03% 7.38% 1.64% 0.00%
AR Border 55.21% 16.56% 4.91% 1.23% 0.00%
IVA Richards 59.48% 20.69% 6.03% 2.59% 0.00%
DCS Compton 56.25% 21.25% 6.25% 2.50% 0.00%
DPMD Jayawardene 57.93% 23.45% 11.03% 4.83% 0.69%
Inzamam-ul-Haq 58.68% 20.66% 3.31% 1.65% 0.83%
FMM Worrell 60.78% 17.65% 9.80% 3.92% 0.00%
V Sehwag 50.46% 21.10% 12.84% 5.50% 1.83%
MJ Clarke 48.25% 24.56% 8.77% 3.51% 0.88%
DA Warner 57.45% 25.53% 5.32% 2.13% 1.06%
B Mitchell 60.42% 16.67% 4.17% 0.00% 0.00%
TT Samaraweera 57.89% 18.42% 3.94% 2.64% 0.00%
CA Pujara 55.13% 23.08% 8.97% 3.85% 0.00%
RN Harvey 58.44% 27.27% 11.69% 2.60% 0.00%
JE Root 63.73% 16.67% 6.86% 2.94% 0.00%
KD Walters 64.86% 20.27% 4.05% 2.70% 0.00%
GC Smith 51.18% 21.26% 7.09% 3.94% 0.00%
WH Ponsford 48.15% 25.93% 11.11% 3.70% 0.00%
SJ McCabe 46.34% 14.63% 7.32% 2.44% 0.00%
So that is it, the whole data dump. The fab 4 is funny because Root and Williamson are historically good at making 50s from starts, and Smith and Kohli are historically good at making 100s from starts.
All of this begs the question, if we say that batting average is a rating for a player, meaning that the best player has a ‘rating’ of 99.94, and the next best 62.84, then do poorer players have lower conversion rates because they are worse (lower rating), OR do those players have lower averages (ratings) because they cannot convert. In other words, do all batsmen, if they get a similar amount of starts, have the potential to be the best since Bradman? For example, many would agree that Joe Root fits this description, i.e. has the potential to be Smith/Kohli level. Or do starts mean nothing and it is all arbitrary and has no correlation and I’ve wasted my week? Perhaps. But intriguing nonetheless. Cheers.
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  3. 772 points: Statcat2017's comment in Secret Barrister: The government wants to abolish jury trials in order to address a court backlog caused by its own cuts, under the pretence that it was caused by Covid.
  4. 770 points: RhagrithiolTeflon's comment in Election Maps UK: To what extent, if at all, would you support or oppose the UK switching to a Proportional Representation voting system - Support: 54%, Oppose: 16%, Neither: 22%, Don't Know: 9% Via @RedfieldWilton, 25 Jun.
  5. 661 points: justthisplease's comment in 'We don't want to give Marxists doe': texts between Desmond and Jenrick | Released papers show messages exchanged between the housing secretary and a Tory donor
  6. 621 points: McDongger's comment in Boris Johnson confronted over claim no country has working coronavirus app - after 12m downloads in Germany
  7. 547 points: Axelmanana's comment in The health secretary Matt Hancock repeatedly urged fellow Conservative ministers to block a plan in his constituency to build 400 homes and a primary school, claiming it would damage the horse racing industry.
  8. 515 points: Interwhat's comment in Boris Johnson faces fury at PMQs as he claims NO country has a working coronavirus tracing app - but Keir Starmer tells him 12MILLION people have already downloaded Germany's version | Daily Mail
  9. 512 points: DrShovel's comment in Secret Barrister: The government wants to abolish jury trials in order to address a court backlog caused by its own cuts, under the pretence that it was caused by Covid.
  10. 510 points: Harvenheidt's comment in Four years after Brexit, support for the EU surges in Britain
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