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Graph of the Intermittent Time Period
Posted By Bill Baer On May 30, 2012 @ 9:43 pm In Graphs,MLB,Philadelphia Phillies | 1 Comment
The Phillies scored more late-inning runs tonight, scoring six runs in the ninth inning to cushion their lead in an eventual win against the New York Mets in the series finale. Their late run-scoring has become a trend as we move into June. It is an odd phenomenon, considering that the Phillies have one of the worst benches in the league (.611 OPS). Nevertheless, here is what their run-scoring distribution looks like:
The ninth-inning breakdown by player:
I tend to go with Occam’s Razor in explaining this — it’s merely coincidental. It will be interesting to see if this holds at the end of September, or if this has merely been a fluke.
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