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Team Earned Runs Allowed Per Game: 2015 MLB Season

Team earned runs allowed per game is merely the number of earned runs allowed by an entire pitching staff divided by the number of games played by the team. Having a low number of team earned runs allowed per game of course is desirable for a pitching staff, though there are some nuances that this metric does not include.  For example, it does not take into account actual innings pitched, meaning if a team pitches more extra inning games than usual they don’t get “credit” for those extra innings. Additionally, as with ERA on an individual level, a team’s ERA per game does not take into account what type of ballpark a team pitches in and whether it is more likely to be pitcher-friendly or hitter-friendly. 


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