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Team Home Runs Allowed Per 9 Innings: 2015 MLB Season

Team home runs allowed per nine innings is the average number of home runs-only a team's pitching staff will allow during an average 9-inning game.

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Unlike team hits allowed, this measure is rarely affected by a team's defense (with the only exceptions being an inside-the-park-home-run or a home run that just barely left the field of play that was still within range for a fielder to catch). With more offense and home runs generally coming from American League teams, National League teams generally allow the fewest home runs per nine innings, though a team's stadium's dimensions, wind streams, etc., can have just as much of an impact on how many fly balls land in the seats versus safely in the gloves of outfielders.


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