The One Run Game Report

by Bill Chuck on September 19, 2013

There were nine one-run games yesterday

  • Twins 4, White Sox 3
  • Angels 5, A’s 4 (11)
  • Rays 4, Rangers 3 (12)
  • Yankees 4, Blue Jays 3
  • Marlins 4, Phillies 3 (10)
  • Padres 3, Pirates 2
  • Mets 5, Giants 4
  • Cardinals 4, Rockies 3
  • Reds 6, Astros 5 (13)

Which makes this a good day to look at who is doing well and poorly in one-run games and like extra-inning games, when you look at the numbers you begin to wonder why the stat is important enough to be tracked.

Rk Tm G W L W-L% 1Run
1 NYY 152 80 72 .526 28-15
2 ARI 151 77 74 .510 32-19
3 OAK 152 89 63 .586 30-20
4 CLE 152 82 70 .539 26-17
5 ATL 152 90 62 .592 25-19
6 PIT 152 87 65 .572 28-22
7 TEX 151 82 69 .543 25-19
8 SDP 151 71 80 .470 27-21
9 LAD 152 87 65 .572 22-18
10 CIN 153 87 66 .569 25-21
11 WSN 152 81 71 .533 26-22
12 KCR 152 80 72 .526 28-24
13 STL 152 89 63 .586 18-15
14 BOS 153 92 61 .601 21-19
15 TBR 151 83 68 .550 23-21
16 PHI 152 71 81 .467 26-24
17 MIN 151 65 86 .430 23-23
Avg 75 75 .500 23-23
18 NYM 151 68 83 .450 25-26
19 SFG 152 70 82 .461 24-27
20 LAA 152 74 78 .487 22-26
21 MIL 151 68 83 .450 18-22
22 COL 153 69 84 .451 22-26
23 DET 152 88 64 .579 17-22
24 TOR 151 69 82 .457 19-26
25 SEA 152 67 85 .441 18-25
26 BAL 151 81 70 .536 17-28
27 CHW 152 60 92 .395 22-33
28 CHC 152 63 89 .414 20-32
29 MIA 152 56 96 .368 20-32
30 HOU 152 51 101 .336 18-31
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 9/19/2013.

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