Free Report: 10 Powerful Technical Chart Formations

Team At Bats Per Home Run: 2015 MLB Season

Team at bats per home run is the number of at bats it take on average for a team to hit a home run. It is found by adding all at bats a team accumulates and dividing by the number of home runs.

More about Team At Bats Per Home Run

Teams that hit the most home runs are almost always going to lead the league in this statistic, meaning looking at total home runs can be just as effective. Leaders in team at bats per home run usually score in the 24-26 range, meaning they usually hit just over one home run per game on average over the course of a season. Teams that play in hitter-friendly parks are more likely to lead the league in this statistic.


CHANGE SEASON: 
Error loading Partial View script (file: ~/Views/MacroPartials/ServerSideGrid.cshtml)
Team At Bats Per Home Run By Season:
2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 |

Frequently Asked Questions


Team At Bats Per Home Run Related Terms


Team At Bats Per Home Run Related Stats