Grand Standings – June 24, 2013

by Bill Chuck on June 24, 2013

My weekly look at the numbers embedded in the standings

Nine to Know

  1. Only four losses separate the five teams in the AL East. The average record in the AL East is 41-34.
  2. How hot are the Jays? Not only do they have an 11-game winning streak, but their 15-5 record in their last 20 games is the best in baseball and their 20-10 record in their last 30 is also the best in baseball.
  3. The Tigers and Padres have each won six-of-10, 12-of-20, and 17-of 30.
  4. The Diamondbacks are 5-5, 10-10, and 15-15 intheir last 10, 20, and 30 respectively.
  5. It doesn’t matter which Texas team you root for because the Astros and the Rangers have each won six-of-10, nine-of-20, and 15-of 30.
  6. Two first-place teams have slowed down: The Red Sox and the Cards have each won 17-of-30, but 10 of their last 20, and four of their last 10.
  7. Boston and St. Louis has company in their mediocre play, joining them at 4-6 in their last 10 are the Rays, Nationals, Yankees, Dodgers, Rockies and Giants.
  8. Joining the Red Sox and Cards at 10-10 in their last 20 are the Reds, D-backs, Phils, Mariners, Brewers, Yankees and A’s.
  9. The Marlins have opened space between themselves and the 1962 Mets. The Marlins are 25-50 and the Mets were 21-54.
Rk Tm W L W-L%
1 STL 47 29 .618
2 PIT 46 30 .605
3 CIN 45 32 .584
4 TEX 44 32 .579
5 BOS 45 33 .577
6 ATL 44 33 .571
7 DET 42 32 .568
8 OAK 44 34 .564
9 BAL 42 34 .553
10 ARI 41 34 .547
11 NYY 41 34 .547
12 CLE 38 36 .514
13 TBR 39 37 .513
14 TOR 38 36 .514
15 COL 39 38 .506
16 SFG 38 37 .507
17 SDP 38 38 .500
18 WSN 37 38 .493
19 KCR 35 38 .479
20 PHI 36 40 .474
21 MIN 34 38 .472
22 SEA 34 43 .442
23 LAA 33 43 .434
24 LAD 32 42 .432
25 CHW 31 42 .425
26 MIL 31 43 .419
27 NYM 30 42 .417
28 CHC 31 43 .419
29 HOU 29 48 .377
30 MIA 25 50 .333
Avg 37 37 .500
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 6/24/2013.

Comments on this entry are closed.

Previous post:

Next post: