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Baseball is a game of numbers. It’s the one sport that has perfectly captured the abstract and defined it using terms such as OBP, Slugging, ERA, WHIP, and OPS.
To the casual fan, these are near-meaningless terms that get tossed aside, if for no other reason than they make us think about that Calculus course we failed our freshman year of college.
Over the course of 30 different teams playing 162 different games and a lifetime of seasons, we come to expect the usual set of numbers.
Anywhere from one to five hits in a game, sprinkle some walks in here or there, the occasional hit by pitch, the rare error…
But sometimes something catches our eye because it’s completely out of the ordinary.
Today, we’re counting down the oddest statlines in MLB history, and these are coming up, right after this.
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