All the stats and notes behind the Cleveland Indians 11-game win streak

Cleveland Indians v Atlanta Braves

Kip scores the game’s first run on Tuesday night in Atlanta.

We are red hot. Really, really hot. Scoring a lot of runs, pitching really well.

And surely you’ve seen all kinds of crazy stats and notes about our 11-game win streak floating about, so we decided to put all of them in one place for your viewing pleasure.

FYI: Some are NSFW.

  • 11-game win streak is longest since May 23-June 4
  • Also longest streak in baseball this season
  • Last 12-game streak came in 1951, part of a club-record-tying 13-game win streak
  • 13-game streak happened one other time: 1942
  • Indians have outscored opponents 73-25 in this streak – average margin of victory is 4.4 runs
  • The Indians six-game AL Central lead is the team’s largest since May 29, 2011 (also six games)
  • At 46-30, team is 16 games over .500 for the first time since the end of the 2013 season (92-70, finished on 10-game win streak)
  • 46-30 record is tied for fourth-best in baseball with Baltimore
  • Indians are 20-6 in June, marking the club’s eighth 20-win month in the last 51 years
  • Tribe is 34-7 when scoring first
  • +88run differential is
  • Lineup is hitting .317 overall (121-382) during streak
  • Jason Kipnis has a 10-game hit streak
  • Francisco Lindor is hitting .357 during the streak
  • Jose Ramirez continues to be the AL’s second-best hitter with RISP (.408); during the streak “JRam” is hitting .295 overall (13-44)
  • Jose Ramirez is the only player in Major League Baseball to hit in all 9 positions in the lineup this season
  • Club has hit 21 HRs during streak and 41 in June, third-most in the AL and MLB
  • Indians have stolen 15 bases in 11-game streak, most in MLB; overall, team’s 62 steals are T1 in AL and T2 in MLB
  • Rotation has a 2.07 ERA during streak
    • Corey Kluber: 2-0, 16 Ks in 17 IP, 1.06 ERA
    • Carlos Carrasco: 1-0, 13 Ks in 16.1 IP, 1.10 ERA
    • Danny Salazar: 2-0, 10 Ks in 12.1 IP, 3.65 ERA
    • Trevor Bauer: 2-0, 24 Ks in 22 IP, 1.64 ERA
    • Josh Tomlin: 1-0, 3.60 ERA

Source: Indians Baseball Information Department, Baseball Reference

1 Comment

Lots of fun! Thanks.

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