The most interesting 2020 stat for all 30 MLB teams

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The most significant number of the 2020 baseball season was 60 — the number of games most teams played in this pandemic-ravaged year. The Los Angeles Dodgers finally earned their place as World Series champions, and after going 43-17 in the regular season — a record-tying 116-win pace — a lingering question will always be whether the shortened season denied them an argument as one of the greatest teams of all time.

As we close the books on 2020, let’s take one last look at the 2020 season and find one fun, interesting, telling or frivolous stat for each team that tells us a little something about happened.

Jump to a team:

AMERICAN LEAGUE

BAL | BOS | CHW | CLE | DET | HOU | KC | LAA | MIN | NYY | OAK | SEA | TB | TEX | TOR

NATIONAL LEAGUE

ARI | ATL | CHC | CIN | COL | LAD | MIA | MIL | NYM | PHI | PIT | SD | SF | STL | WSH

Arizona Diamondbacks

The number: Ketel Marte, one home run every 90.5 at-bats

We’ll kick things off with Marte, because he’s a good

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