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A Look At The Dodgers By Runs Scored & Allowed

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Here are the Dodgers record by runs scored, relative to all of baseball:

Runs Scored W-L Win % MLB
0 0-13 .000 .000
1 5-9 .357 .103
2 6-4 .600 .245
3 4-9 .308 .356
4 9-3 .750 .532
5 5-11 .313 .614
6 7-4 .636 .722
7 6-1 .857 .827
8 3-0 1.000 .911
9 5-1 .833 .914
10+ 9-0 1.000 .962

Here is the Dodgers record by runs allowed:

Runs Allowed W-L Win % MLB
0 12-0 1.000 1.000
1 8-2 .800 .897
2 10-8 .556 .755
3 13-2 .867 .644
4 7-5 .583 .468
5 4-5 .444 .386
6 2-9 .182 .278
7 1-6 .143 .173
8 1-4 .200 .089
9 1-3 .250 .086
10+ 0-11 .000 .038

A couple of notes:

  • The Dodgers are 11-26 when they score three or fewer runs, while all of MLB has won roughly five of every 37 such games.
  • As Humma Kavula has pointed out, the Dodgers have won roughly have as many games as the rest of the league when scoring exactly five runs.
  • The Dodgers are tied with the Cardinals with the most losses (eight) when allowing exactly two runs

Yesterday I was a guest on Bloomberg Sports with Rob Shaw and Michelle Steele to discuss the Dodgers. You can watch the video here: