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Team Pythagorean Expectation: 2015 MLB Season

Pythagorean Expectation is an advanced baseball metric that attempts to project the number of wins a team should win based off of the number of runs scored and runs allowed. It is often used to determine how lucky a team was in winning games compared to expected wins based on run production and prevention. Lucky teams are those where the actual wins are greater than the expected wins.

Pythagorean Expectation = Runs Scored ^ 1.83/(Runs Scored ^ 1.83 + Runs Allowed ^ 1.83)


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