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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

40 Home Run count per year, per team.

Number of players to hit at least 40 Home Runs in a season divided by the number of teams. Click this link to view all the data from 1920 through 2016. Below is the graph and seasons when the per team average was at least 25% or among many (1953-1961).


YearP/TPTMaxMinAve

193025.00%416564047

195337.50%616474043
195437.50%616494042
195537.50%616514044
195612.50%216524348
195725.00%416444042
195818.75%316474143
195925.00%416464244
196018.75%316414040
196144.44%818614047

196929.17%724494045
197025.00%624454042

199660.71%1728524044
199742.86%1228584044
199843.33%1330704049
199943.33%1330654047
200053.33%1630504044
200140.00%1230734151
200226.67%830574147
200333.33%1030474044
200430.00%930484144
200530.00%930514045
200636.67%1130584046

201530.00%930474043
201626.67%830474042

YearP/TPTMaxMinAve

1961 (third highest percent all time) and 1969 were expansion years. So were 1993 and 1997 but there was a Home Run explosion in 1996. Then a lull, which coincided with increased PED testing. Now in 2015 and 2016, a resurgence.

Holy Roger Maris, Batman!

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