M.L.B.s so-called dead-ball ___ Crossword Clue NYT (Aug 2023)

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Crossword Clue M.L.B.s so-called dead-ball ___
Answer ERA
Length 3 letters
Crossword Clue Explanation In Major League Baseball (MLB), the dead-ball era refers to the period from 1900 to 1919 when the baseball used in games was less lively, resulting in fewer home runs and a lower scoring environment. The ERA (Earned Run Average) is a statistic used to measure a pitcher’s effectiveness, calculated by dividing the number of earned runs allowed by the number of innings pitched.
Clue Category Sports and Recreation

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M.L.B.s so-called dead-ball ___ Crossword Answer with 3 letters is:

  • ERA

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