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The Unmagic Number
2003-09-24 09:08
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

The Dodgers are 17-13 when they allow two runs in a game - a .567 winning percentage. Sounds decent, right?

It's the second-worst mark in baseball.

Worst is Arizona, which is 9-9 when it allows two runs in a game.

The rest of baseball is 424-108 wheh allowing two runs in a game - a .797 winning percentage.

Two teams are undefeated in this area: Kansas City (15-0) and San Diego (10-0). In a slightly different category, the last-place Padres are 32-0 when they allow two runs or less. When allowing three runs or more, San Diego is 30-94 (.242)

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