Welcome Home, NATS

The NATS return home today for a series with the BREWERS and then the ROCKIES, and then head to MIAMI next Monday.  So, how have they been doing at home?  Good, but they have more wins on the road:

Home:  26 wins – 19 losses (.578) 

Runs scored:  250.  Runs allowed:  200.

Away:   33 wins – 19 losses (.635)

Runs scored:  290.  Runs allowed:  229.

How about the NATS record by month this year?  July is best so far:

April:  17-8 (.680)

May:   16-11 (.593)

June:   14-14 (.500)

July:    12-5 (.706)

Inter-league play has not been great:

7 wins and 8 losses (.467)

Extra-inning games?

4 wins and 4 losses (.500)

How about 1-run game wins?

15 wins and 13 losses (.536)

And, record to date by teams – best/worst by W-L % (wins-losses):

Best:  

SFG   1.000 (3-0)

CIN     .857 (6-1)

COL    .750 (3-1)

NYM   .750 (9-3)

 Worst:

TEX    .000 (0-3)

PIT     .333 (1-2)

STL    .500 (3-3)

MIA    .500 (3-3)

LAA    .500 (3-3)

CHC    .500 (2-2)

BAL    .500 (2-2)

NL Division record:

NYM:  9-3 (.750), runs scored 81 (runs allowed 44)

PHI:  7-5 (.583), runs scored 54 (runs allowed 60)

ATL:  7-6 (.538), runs scored 68 (runs allowed 77)

MIA:  3-3 (.500), runs scored 33 (runs allowed 23)

(thanks to baseball-reference.com)

 

 

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