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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.


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