How to Calculate:
(Hits Allowed + Walks Allowed) / Innings Pitched
About WHIP (Walks plus Hits per Innings Pitched:
WHIP is a stat that measures the number of baserunners a pitcher allows per innings pitched. It measures how well a pitcher does when it comes to preventing hitters from reaching base.
Example of WHIP:
Say a pitcher has given up 20 hits and walked 15 batters in 30 innings pitched than their WHIP would be 1.167.