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Team Opponent Isolated Power: 2015 MLB Season

Team Opponent Isolated Power is the isolated power allowed by a team's pitching staff, found by adding (2B + (3B *2) + (HR * 3)) and dividing the sum by the number of at bats.

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It is considered something of a "raw measure" of power allowed by a pitching staff, as it does not take into account total bases accumulated by singles but only by extra base hits. Therefore pitching staffs that allow more singles than average out of all hits allowed will have a lower team opponent isolated power relative to their team opponent slugging percentage.


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