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Team Total Bases Allowed Per Game: 2015 MLB Season

Team total bases allowed per game adds up all of the total bases allowed by a pitching staff (one for a single; two for a double; three for a triple; four for a home run) and divides that by the number of games played.

Total Bases Per Game = 1B + 2*(2B) + 3*(3B) + 4*(HR) / Games Played

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Essentially it is the same measure as team slugging percentage allowed per game but is displayed as a ratio instead of a percentage. Other ways runners are able to reach base (walk, hits batsman) are not accounted for in this statistic. Team leaders usually come from the National League, though American League pitching staffs that rack up high numbers of strikeouts can often appear among team pitching staff leaders as well.


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