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81 games done and 81 games left. On pace statistics easy to figure out. 


Pitching on pace for 800 runs allowed, 266 HR's allowed & 4.88 ERA

2018 totals were 722 runs allowed, 205 HR's allowed & 4.15 ERA.

A lot of the numbers are very similar; however, home runs have killed this team.

On pace 2019 pitching totals (2018 totals):

BB 564 (546)

SO 1418 (1386)

BA . .246 (.248)

WHIP 1.34 (1.32)

Hopefully, no innings by Stratton & Allen and limited innings by Cahill & Harvey should help those numbers considerably.

Those four threw 160 innings and gave up 130 Earned Runs!!! They also gave up a remarkable 42 Home Runs.


Offensively, the results have been positive across the board:

This year, the team is on pace for 822 Runs. Last year, they scored 721 Runs. Biggest difference has been the noticeable difference in Strikeout to Walk ratio.

This season is on pace for 1074 SO & 596 BB vs. Last year's 1300 SO & 514 BB. More contact & more walks had led to better overall numbers:

2018 BA .242 OBP .313 SLG .413 OPS .726

2019 BA .260 OBP .337 SLG .440 OPS .777

Even if La Stella regresses some back to his career norms. A healthy Upton & Ohtani, plus the return of Simba, should more than make up for that.

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29 minutes ago, BackUpTheTruck said:

117 home runs hit so far, on pace for 234. 

Team record is 236 in 2000.

I wouldn't be surprised if at least half of the teams in MLB have a legitimate shot at their franchise mark in home runs this season. Twins are on pace for more than 300!

There are 22 teams on pace for 200+ home runs. In 2013 & 2014. Only one team each season hit more than 188.

The 2002 World Champion Angels hit 151 home runs, and that was with Glaus, Salmon & Anderson in the everyday lineup. The Twins will probably hit that number by tomorrow. If not, they will easily eclipse that number by the end of June.

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