Sox by the numbers -- Clip and save

October, 4, 2010
10/04/10
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Here are your 2010 Red Sox, by the numbers. Thanks to ESPN Stats and Information, Baseball-Reference.com, Baseballprospectus.com and the Boston Red Sox for the data.

Overall numbers
Won-loss record: 89-73, 3d in AL East, 7 games out
Home record: 46-35
Road record: 43-38
Division record: 37-35
Best month: June, 18-9, .667
Worst month: April, 11-12, .478
First half: 51-37
Second half: 38-36
Interleague: 13-5
One-run games: 22-26
Blowouts (5 R or more): 26-18
Extra innings: 6-12
Walkoff wins: 8
Walkoff losses: 13
Runs scored: 818 (2009, 872)
Runs allowed: 744 (2009, 736)
Days in 1st place (on days they played): 1, April 4
Most games behind: 10, Sept. 5
Most games over .500: 19, Aug. 27
Most games under .500: 5, April 19
Longest winning streak: 6 (June 15-20)
Longest losing streak: 5 (April 15-19)
Position players used: 30
Pitchers used: 25 (including Bill Hall, a position player)

Team batting
Average: .268 (4th)
Runs per game: 5.05 (2d)
Home runs: 211 (2d)
OPS: .790 (1st)

Team pitching
ERA: 4.19 (9th)
Starters' ERA: 4.17 (6th)
Relief ERA: 4.24 (12th)
Strikeouts: 1207 (1st)
Walks: 580 (14th)
Home runs: 152, 9th
Opponents' OPS: .743 (12th)
Save percentage: .670 (13th)

Team fielding
Percentage: .982 (7th, T)
Errors: 111 (12th)
Defensive efficiency*: .689 (7th)
*Defensive efficiency is percentage of balls converted into outs; in 2009, Sox DER was .678, 13th

Individual batting leaders (Minimum 502 PAs for avg.)
Average: Adrian Beltre, .321
Average vs. RHP: Beltre, .318
Average vs. LHP (100 ABs min.): Victor Martinez, .400
On-base pct.: David Ortiz, .370
Slugging pct.: Beltre, .553
On-base plus slugging: Beltre, .919
Home runs: Ortiz, 32
RBIs: Beltre, Ortiz, 102
Doubles: Beltre, 49
Triples: Youkilis, 5
Stolen bases: Kalish, 10
Value over Replacement Player (VORP): Beltre, 59.0
Wins above Replacement Player (WARP): Beltre, 7.1
Grounded into double plays: Beltre, 25
Strikeouts: Ortiz, 145
Walks: Ortiz, 82
Fewest strikeouts: Martinez, 52

Individual pitching leaders
Wins: Jon Lester, 19
Winning percentage: Clay Buchholz, .708
Starters' ERA: Buchholz, 2.33
Relievers' ERA: Daniel Bard, 1.93
Strikeouts: Lester, 225
Relief K's per 9 IP: Jonathan Papelbon, 10.2
Saves: Papelbon, 37
Blown saves: Papelbon, 8
Relief wins: Papelbon, 5
Relief losses: Papelbon, 7
Highest ERA, starter: Josh Beckett, 5.78
Highest ERA, reliever (40 IP): Manny Delcarmen, 4.70
Value over replacement player (VORP): Buchholz, 51.3
Wins above replacement player (WARP): Buchholz, 6.1

Gordon Edes

Red Sox reporter, ESPNBoston.com

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