2nd half run differential as teams prepare for playoffs

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2nd half run differential as teams prepare for playoffs

Postby Simply Fred » Mon Sep 07, 2009 11:55 pm

Thought you might find this interesting. It sorts in descending order by the far right column, run differential (Runs scored - runs allowed) for the 2nd half. The first half is listed as well. Some teams are clearly improving (higher differential the 2nd half) while others aren't.

09/07/09 RS RA TOT 1st 2nd
 New York 802 653 149 60 89
Anaheim 761 667 94 32 62
 St. Louis 630 541 89 28 61
 Colorado 696 608 88 35 53
 Atlanta 614 557 57 6 51
 Philadelphia 678 588 90 48 42
 Los Angeles 661 522 139 105 34
 Texas 658 599 59 34 25
 Toronto 662 653 9 -13 22
 Chicago Cubs 591 574 17 2 15
 Boston 720 623 97 85 12
 Chicago Sox 635 627 8 2 6
 Oakland 617 656 -39 -40 1
 San Francisco 551 509 42 44 -2
 Arizona 623 664 -41 -39 -2
 Detroit 630 607 23 32 -9
 Florida 656 657 -1 11 -12
 Cleveland 672 705 -33 -19 -14
 Tampa Bay 703 641 62 76 -14
 Minnesota 668 657 11 29 -18
 Washington 615 748 -133 -107 -26
 New York 578 638 -60 -33 -27
 Milwaukee 652 687 -35 -5 -30
 San Diego 542 685 -143 -111 -32
 Baltimore 632 723 -91 -58 -33
 Seattle 550 603 -53 -18 -35
 Cincinnati 549 634 -85 -49 -36
 Houston 564 645 -81 -30 -51
 Kansas City 553 704 -151 -78 -73
 Pittsburgh 553 641 -88 -11 -77

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Re: 2nd half run differential as teams prepare for playoffs

Postby Grey » Tue Sep 08, 2009 7:50 am

Simply Fred wrote:Thought you might find this interesting. It sorts in descending order by the far right column, run differential (Runs scored - runs allowed) for the 2nd half. The first half is listed as well. Some teams are clearly improving (higher differential the 2nd half) while others aren't.

09/07/09 RS RA TOT 1st 2nd
 New York 802 653 149 60 89
Anaheim 761 667 94 32 62
 St. Louis 630 541 89 28 61
 Colorado 696 608 88 35 53
 Atlanta 614 557 57 6 51
 Philadelphia 678 588 90 48 42
 Los Angeles 661 522 139 105 34
 Texas 658 599 59 34 25
 Toronto 662 653 9 -13 22
 Chicago Cubs 591 574 17 2 15
 Boston 720 623 97 85 12
 Chicago Sox 635 627 8 2 6
 Oakland 617 656 -39 -40 1
 San Francisco 551 509 42 44 -2
 Arizona 623 664 -41 -39 -2
 Detroit 630 607 23 32 -9
 Florida 656 657 -1 11 -12
 Cleveland 672 705 -33 -19 -14
 Tampa Bay 703 641 62 76 -14
 Minnesota 668 657 11 29 -18
 Washington 615 748 -133 -107 -26
 New York 578 638 -60 -33 -27
 Milwaukee 652 687 -35 -5 -30
 San Diego 542 685 -143 -111 -32
 Baltimore 632 723 -91 -58 -33
 Seattle 550 603 -53 -18 -35
 Cincinnati 549 634 -85 -49 -36
 Houston 564 645 -81 -30 -51
 Kansas City 553 704 -151 -78 -73
 Pittsburgh 553 641 -88 -11 -77


Very cool research... Yeah, the Phils and the Dodgers seem to be coasting to the playoffs rather than winning their way in.
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