Baseball, MLB

2019 Tie Chart as of 4/29

Last year I made avideo about Ties in baseball and what that would look like. This is an ongoing issue, which I support to change in MLB. The change would benefit baseball and is a gauge of a team’s true record as well as saving bullpen arms from overuse. There are many other reasons for the change and I’ll update with a recap of last year in the future. However, as of now take a look at the current up to date 2019 tie chart for every team.

Arizona Diamondbacks14123
Atlanta Braves13131
Baltimore Orioles9191
Boston Red Sox10171
Chicago Cubs13121
Chicago White Sox11131
Cincinnati Reds10152
Cleveland Indians15111
Colorado Rockies11143
Detroit Tigers10124
Houston Astros16111
Kansas City Royals8164
Los Angeles Angels12161
Los Angeles Dodgers19101
Miami Marlins7192
Milwaukee Brewers15140
Minnesota Twins1591
New York Mets13131
New York Yankees15112
Oakland Athletics14142
Philadelphia Phillies1585
Pittsburgh Pirates8126
San Diego Padres15103
San Francisco Giants10171
Seattle Mariners15133
St. Louis Cardinals15102
Tampa Bay Rays1863
Texas Rangers14121
Toronto Blue Jays13123
Washington Nationals10124

Some standouts from 2019 already:

The Milwaukee Brewers are the only team in baseball to have yet played an extra inning game sitting at 0.

The Pittsburgh Pirates have played in the most Extra Inning games with 6.

The Mariners (3-0), Yankees (2-0), Cardinals (2-0), Giants (1-0), Mets (1-0), Twins (1-0), Astros (1-0), Cubs (1-0), Red Sox (1-0), and Orioles (1-0) are the remaining teams who have won all of their Extra Inning games.


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