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Team Opponent Slugging Percentage: 2015 MLB Season

Team opponent slugging percentage is the slugging percentage allowed by a team's pitching staff, found by adding total bases allowed (one base for a single, two bases for a double, three bases for a triple, four bases for a home run) and dividing that sum by the number of at bats.

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Naturally teams that allow more runs than average and/or playing in a stadium that favors hitters will allow a higher team opponent slugging percentage. As with most pitching staff leaders, the leaderboard for this statistic is generally populated with National League pitching staffs though the very best American League teams usually appear close to the top of the list as well.


CHANGE SEASON: 
Team Opponent Slugging Percentage
RankTeamOpponent Slugging Percentage
1Pittsburgh Pirates0.361
2St. Louis Cardinals0.366
3Los Angeles Dodgers0.372
4Chicago Cubs0.372
5New York Mets0.377
6Houston Astros0.382
7Washington Nationals0.384
8Tampa Bay Rays0.385
9Cleveland Indians0.386
10San Francisco Giants0.395
11Los Angeles Angels0.396
12Kansas City Royals0.396
13Miami Marlins0.396
14Oakland Athletics0.400
15Toronto Blue Jays0.403
16New York Yankees0.407
17Chicago White Sox0.410
18Seattle Mariners0.412
19San Diego Padres0.414
20Baltimore Orioles0.418
21Minnesota Twins0.418
22Texas Rangers0.419
23Cincinnati Reds0.420
24Milwaukee Brewers0.422
25Arizona Diamondbacks0.423
26Boston Red Sox0.424
27Atlanta Braves0.426
28Detroit Tigers0.444
29Philadelphia Phillies0.445
30Colorado Rockies0.461
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