Gray Ink

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Gray Ink or the Gray Ink Test is a measure of how often a player been among the top ten league leaders in "important" statistical categories. It may serve as a tool to evaluate how a player compares to Hall of Famers, as the average batting score of Hall-inducted players is around 144 and the pitching score is around 185. It was first used in Bill James's The Politics of Glory.

The all-time leader in batting points is Ty Cobb at 417; Cy Young leads in pitching points at 472.

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