Yankees vs. Red Sox in team batting average, on-base percentage and slugging percentage since 2001

Yanks are of course the blue lines; Red Sox are red. There isn’t anything we didn’t already know here; just thought it’d be fun to take a look at how the rivals have stacked up graphically over the last 10 seasons. That 2003 Boston team slugged .491, which is outrageous, and I’d have to imagine one of the highest marks in history — as a point of comparison, the 1927 Yankees slugged “only” .488.

Though it’s not delineated on this chart, as I’ve happily noted several times on this blog the 2009 Yankees’ team wOBA of .366 was the best mark of these 20 teams (bettering the ’03 Sox by a scant .002), not to mention the highest number of any MLB team during the last decade.

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  1. […] after posting the top team wOBA in the Majors in four of the last five seasons — including their historical .366 mark in 2009 — it stings to see Boston with a healthy .009-point team wOBA lead on the […]

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