Postseason Batting of the last five World Series Champs (2015-19)

The numbers speak for themselves

Home and Away scoring in the postseason of the last five World Champs

  • In the 2015 postseason, the Royals scored 41 runs at home (8 games), scored 49 on the road (8 games), a home/road run differential -8 runs
  • In the 2016 postseason, the Cubs scored 24 runs at home (8 games), scored 51 on the road (9 games), a home/road run differential -27 runs
  • In the 2017 postseason, the Astros scored 51 runs at home (9 games), scored 27 on the road (9 games), a home/road run differential +24 runs
  • In the 2018 postseason, the Red Sox scored 28 runs at home (6 games), scored 56 on the road (8 games), a home/road run differential -30 runs
  • In the 2019 postseason, the Nationals scored 32 runs at home (8 games), scored 46 on the road (9 games), a home/road run differential -14 runs

World Champion Postseason scoring from 2015 to 2019

  • Over the last five seasons, the World Champs have played 39 games at home
  • Over the last five seasons, the World Champs have played 43 games on the road
  • Over the last five seasons, the World Champs have scored 176 runs at home
  • Over the last five seasons, the World Champs have scored 229 runs on the road
  • A home/road run differential of -53 runs
  • The only championship team to score more runs at home during the postseasons from 2015 to 2019 were the Houston Astros who had a plus 24-run differential. All the other teams had a minus 79-run differential

World Champion Postseason batting from 2015 to 2019

Home Batting in the postseason of the last five World Champs with a runner on second and without (bases empty or runner on first and/or third)

  • In the 2015 postseason, the Royals hit .315/.251 – +64-point differential
  • In the 2016 postseason, the Cubs hit .196/.204 – -8-point differential
  • In the 2017 postseason, the Astros hit .358/.272 – +86-point differential
  • In the 2018 postseason, the Red Sox hit .344/.220 – +124-point differential
  • In the 2019 postseason, the Nationals .316/.224 – +92-point differential

Home Batting in the postseason of the last five World Champs with runners on and with bases empty

  • In the 2015 postseason, the Royals hit .333/.209 – +124-point differential
  • In the 2016 postseason, the Cubs hit .156/.222 – -66-point differential
  • In the 2017 postseason, the Astros hit .274/.272 – +30-point differential
  • In the 2018 postseason, the Red Sox hit .263/.211 – +52-point differential
  • In the 2019 postseason, the Nationals .255/.218 – +37-point differential