The Bases Loaded Report

by Bill Chuck on October 9, 2013

I can’t believe how exciting the ballgame was last evening between the Tigers and A’s, won by Detroit, 8-6.

The game had everything including Max Scherzer, the likely AL Cy Young Award winning starter coming out of the bullpen, pitching in relief and giving up the go-ahead run in the 7th and then after the Tigers regained the lead in the bottom of the 7th, he loaded the bases with no one out in the 8th (yeah, this game was that good).

Scherzer then proceeded to:

Max Scherzer. Wow.

Here’s how all 30 teams did at the plate with bases loaded

Check out the Cardinals and the Dodgers numbers

BA PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO BA OBP SLG GDP HBP SF
STL .370 152 127 135 47 9 2 4 131 8 33 .370 .368 .567 10 1 16
TEX .353 150 133 122 47 11 0 2 109 11 29 .353 .393 .481 8 1 5
CLE .323 149 124 124 40 7 1 5 115 9 23 .323 .342 .516 10 2 14
ATL .319 127 113 103 36 10 0 4 98 6 35 .319 .331 .513 9 0 8
CIN .306 175 144 128 44 9 0 3 120 16 31 .306 .343 .431 8 0 15
BOS .301 191 166 146 50 13 0 9 142 9 38 .301 .319 .542 10 2 14
MIL .299 122 107 97 32 7 5 3 93 2 25 .299 .298 .542 10 2 10
CHW .298 115 94 77 28 3 1 3 70 5 31 .298 .287 .447 6 0 16
COL .295 107 95 72 28 9 0 2 70 4 26 .295 .299 .453 7 0 8
NYY .287 151 129 115 37 6 1 4 104 12 31 .287 .331 .442 9 1 9
NYM .285 137 123 99 35 5 1 4 96 5 24 .285 .292 .439 3 0 9
KCR .280 158 132 119 37 7 2 5 112 12 29 .280 .316 .477 6 1 13
LAA .277 161 137 123 38 8 2 2 115 15 24 .277 .329 .409 8 0 9
OAK .276 146 123 100 34 9 0 1 90 11 26 .276 .308 .374 11 0 12
DET .267 199 161 140 43 8 1 5 133 21 42 .267 .327 .422 6 1 16
BAL .264 129 121 87 32 7 0 4 82 2 22 .264 .264 .421 8 0 6
SFG .261 160 138 97 36 6 2 1 91 11 31 .261 .294 .355 11 0 11
ARI .257 163 144 110 37 5 0 3 101 11 32 .257 .294 .354 10 0 8
MIA .257 113 105 78 27 7 2 3 71 4 26 .257 .274 .448 11 0 4
SEA .252 115 107 83 27 1 0 7 78 3 31 .252 .278 .458 6 2 3
WSN .252 122 103 85 26 6 0 3 75 6 29 .252 .262 .398 4 0 13
SDP .250 137 112 91 28 3 1 2 81 10 29 .250 .292 .348 9 2 13
CHC .231 108 91 67 21 3 1 3 65 5 22 .231 .241 .385 3 0 12
HOU .229 117 96 83 22 5 0 3 72 6 32 .229 .267 .375 8 3 11
MIN .226 139 124 80 28 5 0 3 73 6 39 .226 .245 .339 6 0 9
PIT .226 131 115 82 26 8 1 1 74 7 31 .226 .252 .339 11 0 9
PHI .223 121 103 77 23 9 0 1 72 8 32 .223 .273 .340 5 2 8
TBR .222 142 117 80 26 4 1 2 77 9 24 .222 .254 .325 12 1 15
TOR .205 94 83 69 17 5 0 3 63 6 20 .205 .255 .373 9 1 4
LAD .190 156 137 90 26 6 1 1 82 6 38 .190 .205 .270 14 0 13
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Generated 10/9/2013.

Here’s how all 30 teams did on the mound with bases loaded

Check out how effective the Pirates pitchers were and what an anomaly Scherzer’s* performance was for Tigers pitchers.

BA H R ER HR BB ROE SO HBP WP PA AB 2B 3B HR OBP SLG GDP HBP SF
PIT .195 22 77 4 0 8 1 37 3 0 135 113 6 0 0 .244 .248 7 3 11
TOR .208 25 87 8 2 11 1 22 0 1 144 120 4 0 2 .250 .292 10 0 13
CLE .209 29 94 13 3 8 1 36 0 2 158 139 7 0 3 .234 .324 9 0 11
TEX .211 24 78 6 1 7 0 32 2 0 133 114 7 0 1 .248 .298 12 2 10
COL .213 29 80 9 1 4 3 34 0 2 152 136 6 0 1 .217 .279 9 0 12
KCR .217 23 79 7 3 11 1 34 1 1 128 106 6 0 3 .273 .358 5 1 10
LAD .238 34 101 10 3 10 1 32 0 1 162 143 9 2 3 .272 .392 15 0 9
NYM .239 26 96 8 2 10 3 27 2 2 137 109 6 1 2 .277 .367 11 2 16
OAK .240 24 73 10 4 4 2 27 1 4 112 100 2 0 4 .259 .380 2 1 7
CIN .247 21 73 9 4 5 1 24 1 1 97 85 4 0 4 .278 .435 2 1 6
SDP .252 33 104 11 4 8 3 31 0 2 151 131 7 2 4 .272 .427 8 0 12
STL .257 27 74 9 1 9 1 26 1 1 120 105 6 0 1 .308 .343 13 1 5
ATL .261 23 64 5 2 4 0 20 0 1 101 88 2 0 2 .267 .352 3 0 9
BOS .266 34 106 11 2 11 1 28 1 1 152 128 9 1 2 .303 .398 8 1 12
NYY .268 30 94 13 6 6 2 32 3 0 131 112 6 0 6 .298 .482 7 3 10
CHC .270 31 99 9 5 8 1 35 0 0 135 115 7 1 5 .291 .478 7 0 11
CHW .279 34 113 12 5 12 6 31 0 2 147 122 4 0 5 .313 .434 9 0 13
WSN .280 28 79 4 2 4 0 26 0 0 113 100 5 1 2 .283 .410 5 0 9
MIA .280 28 83 11 1 5 1 21 0 2 117 100 7 2 1 .282 .420 4 0 12
ARI .301 34 93 8 1 8 3 25 1 0 131 113 8 0 1 .328 .398 10 1 9
SEA .302 38 115 22 4 10 3 35 1 2 148 126 8 0 4 .331 .460 6 1 11
TBR .302 35 106 6 5 10 1 31 1 1 134 116 7 0 5 .343 .491 10 1 7
HOU .303 53 155 25 6 13 4 38 1 2 198 175 11 2 6 .338 .491 15 1 9
LAA .304 41 118 16 4 8 0 36 2 5 155 135 7 0 4 .331 .444 13 2 9
MIL .315 45 132 19 4 12 4 37 0 1 169 143 7 0 4 .337 .448 8 0 14
MIN .318 41 122 20 4 7 2 18 0 1 149 129 5 3 4 .322 .496 6 0 13
DET .320 33 93 17 5 12 0 22 0 5 123 103 8 1 5 .366 .563 5 0 8
BAL .327 34 105 14 3 5 3 21 1 1 120 104 10 2 3 .333 .548 10 1 10
SFG .331 47 122 17 5 6 0 30 0 0 156 142 14 1 5 .340 .549 5 0 8
PHI .342 52 144 8 4 10 4 37 0 1 179 152 6 6 4 .346 .539 14 0 17
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Generated 10/9/2013.

*Scherzer has thrived with the bases loaded this season

Eric Hosmer drew a walk on April 24 against Schezer for his only flaw in 14 PA now.
Check out the .000 numbers for pitchers who were in at least six bases loaded situations in 2013.

Rk Player G BA ERA R ER BB ROE SO HBP BF
1 Jose Fernandez 6 .000 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 0 6
2 Brad Boxberger 6 .000 0.00 3 0 1 1 3 0 9
3 Ivan Nova 10 .000 0.00 2 0 0 0 4 1 13
4 Jared Burton 6 .000 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 0 7
5 Brandon Kintzler 6 .000 0.00 2 0 0 0 1 0 7
6 Mike Gonzalez 6 .000 0.00 3 0 0 0 3 0 6
7 Shawn Kelley 8 .000 0.00 2 0 1 0 2 0 13
8 Tim Collins 6 .000 0.00 2 0 0 0 2 0 9
9 Neal Cotts 6 .000 0.00 1 0 0 0 1 0 6
10 Jeremy Hefner 8 .000 0.00 5 0 0 1 2 0 12
11 Jason Frasor 6 .000 0.00 3 0 1 0 1 0 7
12 Donovan Hand 6 .000 0.00 3 0 0 0 1 0 7
13 Josh Edgin 6 .000 5.40 3 1 3 0 0 0 7
14 Joe Thatcher 6 .000 0.00 0 0 0 0 2 0 10
15 Jordan Zimmermann 7 .000 0.00 3 0 0 0 1 0 9
16 David Aardsma 6 .000 0.00 4 0 1 1 3 0 8
17 Julio Teheran 6 .000 0.00 2 0 0 0 2 0 10
18 A.J. Ramos 7 .000 0.00 0 0 0 0 4 0 8
19 Max Scherzer 6 .000 0.00 1 0 1 0 5 0 11
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Generated 10/9/2013.

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