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Team Sacrifice Hits Allowed Per Game: 2015 MLB Season

Team sacrifice hits allowed per game (also known merely as “sacrifices” or “sacrifice bunts”) is the number of times a batter successfully advances a baserunner via a bunt. Because sacrifice hits are much more common in the National League (often executed by a pitcher who is much more unlikely to reach base safely) National League teams are always at the top of the list, far outpacing their American League counterparts. A team can get credited with a sacrifice hit even if the batter reaches base via a fielder’s choice or an error. Allowing a higher number of sacrifice hits does not necessarily mean a team has a poor pitching staff as it could merely mean that team plays teams that are much more likely to execute sacrifice hits.


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