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Yes, and I cited it already in this thread. The Orioles are at 53% (after our failures of the last few days), the league is at 51%. You can find it here (scroll down to "Team PH/HR/Situ Hitting and look at the right hand side): http://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/BAL/2013-batting.shtml

Note that these are just the sums of the individual players' performance with a runner on 3B and less than two out, and whether the runner advanced or not. It doesn't address the situation where the team fails in that situation, but the next batter bails them out by getting a hit with two outs.

Thanks for re-posting.

Our percentage is very close to Boston and Tampa Bay.

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