It appears that some things hold true no matter the sample size. During the regular season, the Arizona Diamondbacks scored 400 runs at home, the second-highest total in the National League behind only Colorado. Away from the Chase Field aircraft carrier, Arizona scored just 331 runs, ninth in the Senior Circuit.
Through four games of the Snakes' NLDS series against the Brewers, this run-scoring disparity is again holding true. Granted, Arizona faced worse Milwaukee pitching in Games Three and Ffour, but the season-long trend is continuing for the D-backs.
Diamondbacks R Slash Line HR SB XBH
Postseason Home 18 .343/.410/.586 5 3 7
Postseason Away 5 .212/.278/.424 4 2 6
Shifting gears to the deciding Game Five in the ALDS between the Yankees and Tigers, Detroit is getting really good production from its part-time players, while the team's stars are relatively foundering over the first four games.
The dynamic combination of Brandon Inge, D...