A's-Blue Jays stat pack

Griffin opens up three game set with Blue Jays

A's-Blue Jays stat pack
July 29, 2013, 11:00 am
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Since June 24, the Blue Jays have been floundering, going 10-20 with a combined ERA of 5.57 for their starting rotation. (AP IMAGES)

Programming note: A’s-Blue Jays coverage gets underway today at 6:30 p.m. with A’s Pregame Live on Comcast SportsNet California

Biggest division leads
N.L. East       Atlanta            +8.5
A.L. West       Oakland            +6.0
A.L. Central    Detroit            +3.0
N.L. West       Los Angeles        +2.5
N.L. Central    St. Louis          +1.5
A.L. East       Boston             +0.5

Oakland Athletics
Last 29 Home Games
Record                      23-6
Rec in 1-Run Games          8-1
Runs Per Game               4.1
Opp Runs Per Game           2.8
Starters ERA                2.68
Saves/ Opps                 13/14
*Started Season 10-10 at Home

Best home records in majors
Braves           34-15    .694
Athletics        33-16    .673
Reds             32-17    .653
Cardinals        32-17    .653
Red Sox          34-19    .642
Rays             34-19    .642

Athletics record breakdown
vs A.L. West            29-19
vs National League      13-5
vs A.L. Central         11-9
vs A.L. East            9-10

Athletics record by month
April      16-12
May        16-12
June       16-11
July       14-8
*Last Month with Losing Record: May 2012

A.J. Griffin
Last two starts
Record            1-1
ERA               5.56
IP                11.1
Hits              12
Runs              7
Home Runs         5
Walks/K's         1/12

A.J. Griffin
             Home          Road
Starts       9             12
Rec          4-2           5-5
ERA          3.41          4.19
WHIP         1.19          1.07
HR           6             17
Opp Slug%    .360          .461

Most home runs allowed
American League
R.A. Dickey           TOR     24
Joe Blanton           LAA     24    
A.J. Griffin          OAK     23
CC Sabathia           NYY     23
Jeremy Guthrie        KC      22
   

Eric Sogard
Since All-Star break
Seven-Game Hitting Streak
AVG          .407
H-AB         11-27
HR           1
Doubles      4
RBI          6
Runs         6

Highest average since All-Star break
American League (Min 20 ABs)
Will Myers              TB     .467
David Ortiz             BOS    .438
Eric Sogard             OAK    .407
Edwin Encarnacion       TOR    .405
James Loney             TB     .393

Esmil Rogers
This season
             Starter        Reliever
Games        10             23
Rec          2-2            1-2
ERA          3.49           4.23
Opp Avg      .269           .280
WHIP         1.32           1.41
IP           56.2           27.2
HR           8              2

In mid-June the Blue Jays used an 11-game winning streak to climb two games over .500. It hasn't gone well since:
Toronto Blue Jays
                      June 11-June 23        Since June 24
Record                11-0                   10-20
Runs/Game             6.4                    4.4
Opp Runs/Game         2.5                    5.3    
Team OPS              .802                   .749
HR/Game               1.8                    1.1
Starters ERA          2.78                   5.57
Bullpen ERA           0.63                   3.98

This season
Teammates with 20+ home runs
Orioles           Chris Davis-37, Adam Jones-22
Blue Jays         Edwin Encarnacion - 28, Jose Bautista - 24
Rangers           Nelson Cruz - 24, Adrian Beltre - 22

Edwin Encarnacion
4-Game Series vs Houston
AVG            .750
H-AB           9-12
HR             2
Doubles        3
RBI            8
Walks          4
*Season: 28 HR, 82 RBI - Both 3rd in A.L.

Melky Cabrera
                2012 w/SF        2013 w/TOR
Games           113               85
AVG             .346             .284
OB%             .390             .325
Slug%           .516             .367
AB/HR           41.7             112.7

Record in one-run games
Athletics        21-12    .636    Best in A.L.
Blue Jays        11-19    .367    Worst in A.L.


A's team ERA
                    A.L. Rank
2009    4.26        3rd
2010    3.56        1st
2011    3.71        3rd
2012    3.48        2nd
2013    3.60        1st

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