The amazing A's -- a look at the numbers

The amazing A's -- a look at the numbers
July 23, 2012, 5:52 pm
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Another walk-off? That's right, and Oakland's win over the Yankees on Sunday was their the 11th walk-off of the season, the most in the majors. Here is a look at some pertinent numbers as the A's continue stay hot after of the All-Star break:

Most Walk-Off Wins This Season
Athletics 11 Nationals 8 Reds 7 Dodgers 7 Brewers 6 Pirates 6
The A's are the first team since the 2000 Brewers to have 8 walk-off wins in a span of 16 home games.
Best Records in Majors since June 12th
Athletics 25-9 0.735 Tigers 24-12 0.667 Reds 23-13 0.639 Rangers 21-12 0.636 Yankees 22-13 0.629 Pirates 22-13 0.629
A's Season Breakdown

Thru June 11 Since June 12 Record 26-35 25-9 Run Diff -27 44 AVG .220 .244 RGM 3.5 4.4 HR 49 52 Starter's ERA 4.08 3.02 Bullpen ERA 2.86 2.44
The Athletics have won 5 straight games all by 1 run for the first time in franchise history. (And for the first time since the 1999 Marlins.)

The A's swept a 4-game series from the Yankees at the Coliseum for the first time ever. The last time the A's swept a 4-game series at home from the Yanks was in 1913 at Shibe Park in Philadelphia. (The A's hosted 57 4-game series vs NYY between sweeps.)

Highest Average since All-Star Break(min 30 At-Bats)
Yoenis Cespedes OAK .500 Buster Posey SF .486 Ryan Zimmerman WAS 0.476 Andrew McCuthchen PIT 0.457 Mike Trout LAA 0.452
A's Pitching Ranks

A.L MLB Overall ERA 3.37 1st 4th Starter's ERA 3.69 1st 6th Bullpen ERA 2.71 1st 3rd