1970 Baseball Replay

Batting Average

1. California .345
2. Chicago (A) .322
3. San Francisco .318
4. Atlanta .314
5. Minnesota .313
6. Cincinnati .280
7. Houston .264
8. Baltimore .256
9. New York (A) .255
10. Detroit .249
11. Los Angeles .248
Pittsburgh .248
13. Chicago (N) .247
14. San Diego .245
15. Boston .240

On-Base Percentage

1. Chicago (A) .390
2. Baltimore .388
3. Cincinnati .379
4. San Francisco .376
5. California .373
6. Minnesota .355
7. Atlanta .350
8. New York (A) .339
9. Chicago (N) .335
New York (N) .335
11. Houston .332
Detroit .332
13. Pittsburgh .319
14. Cleveland .310
15. San Diego .304

Slugging Percentage

1. California .502
2. San Francisco .486
3. Chicago (A) .469
4. Cincinnati .445
5. Minnesota .424
6. Boston .410
7. Atlanta .409
8. Philadelphia .408
9. Chicago (N) .406
Pittsburgh .406
11. New York (A) .389
12. Houston .385
13. Baltimore .382
14. Montreal .377
Detroit .377

On-Base Plus Slugging

1. California .875
2. San Francisco .862
3. Chicago (A) .858
4. Cincinnati .824
5. Minnesota .779
6. Baltimore .770
7. Atlanta .759
8. Chicago (N) .741
9. New York (A) .728
10. Pittsburgh .725
11. Houston .717
12. Detroit .710
13. Philadelphia .708
14. New York (N) .689
15. Cleveland .680

Runs Created

1. Cincinnati 64.7
2. San Francisco 59.8
3. Atlanta 44.9
4. Chicago (A) 44.7
5. California 44.0
6. Houston 37.4
7. Detroit 36.1
8. Baltimore 35.3
9. New York (A) 30.3
10. San Diego 29.4
11. New York (N) 28.7
12. Cleveland 28.2
13. Los Angeles 27.8
14. Pittsburgh 27.5
15. Philadelphia 26.0

RC/27

1. California 7.1
2. Chicago (A) 6.9
3. San Francisco 6.6
4. Cincinnati 6.5
5. Baltimore 5.7
6. Minnesota 5.6
7. Atlanta 5.5
8. Houston 4.8
New York (A) 4.8
10. Chicago (N) 4.7
11. Pittsburgh 4.4
12. Philadelphia 4.3
Detroit 4.3
14. New York (N) 4.1
15. Cleveland 4.0

Hits

1. San Francisco 102
2. Cincinnati 99
3. Atlanta 93
4. California 81
5. Chicago (A) 77
6. Los Angeles 71
7. Houston 70
8. San Diego 66
Detroit 66
10. Milwaukee 58
11. Baltimore 53
New York (A) 53
13. New York (N) 52
14. Cleveland 51
15. Pittsburgh 50

Singles

1. Atlanta 73
2. Cincinnati 71
3. San Francisco 68
4. Chicago (A) 61
5. California 59
6. Los Angeles 55
7. San Diego 53
8. Houston 51
9. Detroit 47
10. Milwaukee 44
11. Baltimore 39
12. New York (N) 38
13. Cleveland 36
14. New York (A) 34
15. Washington 32

Total Bases

1. Cincinnati 157
2. San Francisco 156
3. Atlanta 121
4. California 118
5. Chicago (A) 112
6. Houston 102
7. Detroit 100
8. Los Angeles 94
9. San Diego 92
10. Cleveland 84
11. Philadelphia 82
Pittsburgh 82
Boston 82
14. New York (A) 81
15. Milwaukee 80

Runs Batted In

1. Cincinnati 61
2. San Francisco 57
3. California 43
4. Chicago (A) 41
5. Atlanta 36
Baltimore 36
7. Houston 31
8. Detroit 29
9. San Diego 26
New York (A) 26
11. Cleveland 25
12. Pittsburgh 24
13. New York (N) 23
Philadelphia 23
15. Montreal 22

Runs

1. Cincinnati 67
2. San Francisco 58
3. Chicago (A) 47
4. California 45
5. Atlanta 42
6. Baltimore 37
7. Houston 34
8. Detroit 31
9. San Diego 27
10. Cleveland 26
New York (A) 26
12. New York (N) 25
13. Pittsburgh 24
14. Philadelphia 23
Milwaukee 23

Walks

1. Cincinnati 52
2. Baltimore 43
3. New York (N) 34
Detroit 34
5. San Francisco 30
6. Washington 28
7. Houston 27
8. Cleveland 26
New York (A) 26
10. Milwaukee 25
11. Chicago (A) 24
12. San Diego 22
13. Chicago (N) 21
14. Kansas City 20
15. Montreal 19

Strikeouts

1. Cincinnati 61
2. Milwaukee 48
3. Montreal 47
Washington 47
5. Los Angeles 45
6. New York (N) 44
San Diego 44
8. Philadelphia 43
9. Detroit 42
10. St. Louis 41
11. San Francisco 40
12. Houston 39
Baltimore 39
New York (A) 39
15. California 36

Stolen Bases Percentage

1. Atlanta 1.000
Houston 1.000
3. Cincinnati 0.889
4. Los Angeles 0.833
5. California 0.750
6. Oakland 0.714
7. Milwaukee 0.600

Extra Base Hits

1. San Francisco 34
2. Cincinnati 28
3. California 22
4. Atlanta 20
5. Houston 19
Pittsburgh 19
Detroit 19
New York (A) 19
9. Boston 18
10. Philadelphia 17
11. Los Angeles 16
Montreal 16
Chicago (A) 16
14. Cleveland 15
15. New York (N) 14

Ground into Double Plays

1. San Francisco 13
2. Cleveland 10
3. Houston 9
Milwaukee 9
5. Atlanta 8
St. Louis 8
Oakland 8
8. Cincinnati 7
Los Angeles 7
San Diego 7
11. Montreal 6
Boston 6
Washington 6
14. Pittsburgh 5
Baltimore 5

Balls in Play

1. Cincinnati 283
2. San Francisco 278
3. Atlanta 263
4. Los Angeles 240
5. Detroit 229
6. Houston 226
7. San Diego 223
8. Milwaukee 218
9. California 200
Chicago (A) 200
11. Cleveland 194
12. New York (N) 180
13. Washington 174
14. New York (A) 173
15. Pittsburgh 171

Games

1. Cincinnati 117
2. San Francisco 106
3. Milwaukee 104
4. Houston 102
5. San Diego 97
6. Cleveland 96
7. Los Angeles 94
8. Atlanta 92
9. Detroit 90
10. Kansas City 86
11. Chicago (A) 82
12. Washington 80
13. St. Louis 79
14. Montreal 78
15. Pittsburgh 77

Plate Apperances

1. Cincinnati 416
2. San Francisco 359
3. Atlanta 320
4. Detroit 312
5. Los Angeles 303
6. Houston 298
7. Milwaukee 297
8. San Diego 295
9. Chicago (A) 270
10. New York (N) 262
11. Cleveland 260
12. Baltimore 257
13. California 254
14. Washington 253
15. New York (A) 243

At Bats

1. Cincinnati 353
2. San Francisco 321
3. Atlanta 296
4. Los Angeles 286
5. San Diego 269
6. Houston 265
Detroit 265
8. Milwaukee 264
9. Chicago (A) 239
10. California 235
11. Cleveland 227
12. Washington 222
13. New York (N) 220
14. New York (A) 208
15. Baltimore 207

At Bat to Double

1. San Francisco 13.4
2. New York (A) 16.0
3. Pittsburgh 18.4
4. Atlanta 18.5
5. California 19.6
6. Boston 20.0
7. Montreal 22.1
8. Los Angeles 23.8
9. Houston 24.1
Detroit 24.1
11. Washington 24.7
12. Philadelphia 28.7
13. Milwaukee 29.3
14. Cincinnati 29.4
15. Baltimore 29.6

At Bat to Triple

1. California 47.0
2. Minnesota 49.5
3. New York (N) 55.0
4. Philadelphia 67.0
5. Pittsburgh 67.3
6. New York (A) 69.3
7. Houston 88.3
8. San Diego 89.7
9. Kansas City 101.0
10. Baltimore 103.5
11. Milwaukee 132.0
12. Chicago (N) 170.0
13. Cincinnati 176.5
14. Oakland 191.0
15. St. Louis 199.0

At Bat to Homerun

1. Chicago (N) 24.3
2. Boston 25.0
3. Cincinnati 25.2
Cleveland 25.2
5. Chicago (A) 26.6
6. Montreal 28.4
7. Philadelphia 28.7
8. San Francisco 32.1
9. Detroit 37.9
10. Oakland 38.2
11. Pittsburgh 40.4
12. Baltimore 41.4
13. California 47.0
14. Minnesota 49.5
15. St. Louis 49.8

At Bat to Strikeout

1. Montreal 4.2
2. Philadelphia 4.7
Washington 4.7
4. St. Louis 4.9
5. New York (N) 5.0
6. Baltimore 5.3
New York (A) 5.3
Oakland 5.3
9. Milwaukee 5.5
10. Kansas City 5.6
11. Cincinnati 5.8
12. Pittsburgh 6.1
San Diego 6.1
14. Detroit 6.3
15. Los Angeles 6.4

Strikeout to Walk

1. Baltimore 0.9
2. Chicago (N) 1.0
3. Cleveland 1.1
4. Cincinnati 1.2
Detroit 1.2
6. New York (N) 1.3
San Francisco 1.3
8. Houston 1.4
Chicago (A) 1.4
Minnesota 1.4
11. New York (A) 1.5
12. Pittsburgh 1.7
Washington 1.7
14. Kansas City 1.8
15. Atlanta 1.9

Isolated Average

1. Boston .170
2. Philadelphia .169
3. San Francisco .168
4. Cincinnati .165
5. Chicago (N) .159
6. Pittsburgh .158
7. California .157
8. Montreal .151
9. Chicago (A) .147
10. Cleveland .145
11. New York (A) .134
12. Detroit .128
13. Baltimore .126
14. Houston .121
Oakland .121

Total Average

1. California 0.849
2. Cincinnati 0.847
3. Chicago (A) 0.844
4. San Francisco 0.819
5. Baltimore 0.788
6. Minnesota 0.718
7. New York (A) 0.709
8. Chicago (N) 0.708
9. Atlanta 0.692
10. Houston 0.672
11. Detroit 0.668
12. Pittsburgh 0.654
13. Philadelphia 0.650
14. New York (N) 0.646
15. Cleveland 0.608

Secondary Average

1. Baltimore .338
2. Cincinnati .331
3. Chicago (N) .282
4. New York (N) .277
5. New York (A) .274
6. San Francisco .271
7. Philadelphia .269
8. Cleveland .260
Detroit .260
10. Chicago (A) .255
11. Montreal .251
12. Houston .249
13. Pittsburgh .248
14. Oakland .230
15. California .226

Batting Average on Balls in Play

1. California .384
2. Chicago (A) .345
3. Atlanta .342
4. San Francisco .337
5. Minnesota .326
6. Cincinnati .302
7. New York (A) .296
8. Houston .291
Baltimore .291
10. Los Angeles .283
11. San Diego .276
12. New York (N) .274
13. Detroit .271
14. Philadelphia .270
15. Pittsburgh .268

Worst Batting Average

1. Kansas City .178
2. Oakland .183
3. St. Louis .201
4. Washington .203
5. Milwaukee .220
6. Cleveland .225
7. Montreal .226
8. New York (N) .236
9. Philadelphia .239
10. Boston .240
11. San Diego .245
12. Chicago (N) .247
13. Los Angeles .248
Pittsburgh .248
15. Detroit .249

Worst On-Base Percentage

1. Kansas City .251
2. Oakland .261
3. Boston .266
4. St. Louis .271
5. Los Angeles .284
6. Milwaukee .293
7. Washington .294
8. Montreal .295
9. Philadelphia .300
10. San Diego .304
11. Cleveland .310
12. Pittsburgh .319
13. Houston .332
Detroit .332
15. Chicago (N) .335

Worst Slugging Percentage

1. Kansas City .272
2. St. Louis .291
3. Washington .293
4. Milwaukee .303
5. Oakland .304
6. Los Angeles .329
7. San Diego .342
8. New York (N) .355
9. Cleveland .370
10. Montreal .377
Detroit .377
12. Baltimore .382
13. Houston .385
14. New York (A) .389
15. Chicago (N) .406

Worst On-Base Plus Slugging

1. Kansas City .523
2. St. Louis .562
3. Oakland .564
4. Washington .586
5. Milwaukee .596
6. Los Angeles .612
7. San Diego .646
8. Montreal .672
9. Boston .676
10. Cleveland .680
11. New York (N) .689
12. Philadelphia .708
13. Detroit .710
14. Houston .717
15. Pittsburgh .725

Worst Runs Created

1. Kansas City 12.3
2. Oakland 15.7
3. Minnesota 15.9
4. St. Louis 16.1
5. Washington 20.9
6. Boston 21.6
7. Montreal 23.4
8. Chicago (N) 24.6
Milwaukee 24.6
10. Philadelphia 26.0
11. Pittsburgh 27.5
12. Los Angeles 27.8
13. Cleveland 28.2
14. New York (N) 28.7
15. San Diego 29.4

Worst RC/27

1. Kansas City 1.9
2. St. Louis 2.5
Oakland 2.5
4. Milwaukee 2.9
5. Washington 3.0
6. Los Angeles 3.3
7. Boston 3.6
8. San Diego 3.7
9. Montreal 3.9
10. Cleveland 4.0
11. New York (N) 4.1
12. Philadelphia 4.3
Detroit 4.3
14. Pittsburgh 4.4
15. Chicago (N) 4.7