Wow, very interesting. I fed the numbers into a spreadsheet and the estimated number of wOBA runs created is....7.594. wOBA is based on linear weights, which are based on the average run values of every type of batting event. Proof that linear weights work! How many games came up on your search?

]]>There have been 70 teams since 1919 to put up exactly those 4 numbers. Of course, if you add in that there were 13 singles, there were only 3 other games since 1919. But the other 3 teams still scored an average of 5 runs.

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