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Team Slugging Percentage: 2015 MLB Season

Team slugging percentage is measured by the sum of total bases a team accumulates in a game divided by their total at bats in a game.  Total bases is found by finding the sum of (1B x 1) + (2B x 2) + (3B x 3) + (HR x 4). 

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Teams that get a lot of hits in an average game will have a high team slugging percentage, though that percentage will be especially high for teams that accumulate a high number of extra base hits, as those are the hits that really add to the total bases total.  Individual sluggers with a high team slugging percentage can obviously skew the team percentage on the high side, though to maintain a high overall team slugging percentage a team must have multiple hitters with a propensity for obtaining extra base hits.

Team Slugging Percentage
RankTeamSlugging Percentage
1Toronto Blue Jays0.457
2Houston Astros0.437
3Colorado Rockies0.432
4Baltimore Orioles0.421
5New York Yankees0.421
6Detroit Tigers0.420
7Boston Red Sox0.415
8Arizona Diamondbacks0.414
9Texas Rangers0.413
10Los Angeles Dodgers0.413
11Kansas City Royals0.412
12Seattle Mariners0.411
13San Francisco Giants0.406
14Tampa Bay Rays0.406
15Washington Nationals0.403
16Cleveland Indians0.401
17New York Mets0.400
18Minnesota Twins0.399
19Chicago Cubs0.398
20Pittsburgh Pirates0.396
21Los Angeles Angels0.396
22Oakland Athletics0.395
23Cincinnati Reds0.394
24St. Louis Cardinals0.394
25Milwaukee Brewers0.393
26San Diego Padres0.385
27Miami Marlins0.384
28Philadelphia Phillies0.382
29Chicago White Sox0.380
30Atlanta Braves0.359
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