Team On Base Plus Slugging (or Team OPS) is computed simply by adding a team’s on base percentage to the team’s slugging percentage. Team OPS is a useful statistic because it is a single measure that takes into account both a team’s ability to get on base as well as a team’s ability to hit for power.
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However, because multiple statistics are used to compute Team OPS if two teams have the same OPS that does not necessarily mean that their offenses are equally effective. For example, if both teams have an OPS of .750 but one team’s on base percentage is .350 while the other team’s on base percentage is .300, the first team will likely score more runs because the on base percentage measurement is considered the more important statistic of the two used to compute Team OPS.