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    General Baseball Discussion AL Central: 1st Half: Team Statistical Analysis

    AL Central: Team Statistical Analysis
    By Mr. Baseball

    Batting

    Runs Scored:
    Best: Detroit (390 RS)
    Worst: Minnesota (309 RS)

    On-Base Percentage
    Best: Detroit (.335 OBP)
    Worst: Minnesota (.303 OBP)

    Home Runs
    Best: Detroit (86 HR)
    Worst: Minnesota (50 HR)

    Stolen Base Percentage
    Best: Kansas City (76.0%, 82/108)
    Worst: Chicago (51.0%, 33/65)

    Pitching

    Team WHIP
    Best: Chicago (1.28 WHIP)
    Worst: Kansas City (1.45 WHIP)

    Team ERA
    Best: Chicago (3.79 ERA)
    Worst: Kansas City (4.62 ERA)

    Team Strikeouts
    Best: Chicago (598 K's)
    Worst: Cleveland (502 K's)

    Batting Average Against
    Best: Chicago (.253 BAA)
    Worst: Kansas City (.275 BAA)

    Fielding

    Fielding Percentage
    Best: Chicago (.987 FPCT)
    Worst: Minnesota (9.81 FPCT)
    ~Corinthians 9:24~

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    Minnesota -77
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