Even more on the RISP stat

Any O's fan could probably recite the numbers. The Orioles are hitting just .135 this year (10 for 74) when batting with runners in scoring position.

They are hitting just .028 (1 for 36) with runners in scoring positon and two outs.

Here's the RISP stat breakdown by game and player:

Game 1 at TB: 1 for 12, 10 left on base
Game 2 at TB: 2 for 9, 7 left on base
Game 3 at TB: 3 for 11, 8 left on base
Game 4 vs. Tor: 2 for 8, 7 left on base
Game 5 vs. Tor: 0 for 6, 7 left on base
Game 6 vs. Tor: 1 for 8, 6 left on base
Game 7 vs. TB: 0 for 3, 6 left on base
Game 8 vs. TB: 1 for 6, 9 left on base
Game 9 vs. TB: 0 for 3, 7 left on base
Game 10 at Oak: 0 for 8, 10 left on base

So that's 0 for 11 the last two games and 2 for 34 the last six games with RISP.

How each player fares with RISP:
Atkins: 2 for 8
Izturis: 1 for 4
Jones: 0 for 6
Lugo: 0 for 5
Markakis: 1 for 6
Pie: 0 for 1
Reimold: 0 for 6
Roberts: 1 for 6
Scott: 0 for 6
Tatum: 0 for 1
Tejada: 4 for 12
Turner: 0 for 1
Wieters: 1 for 8
Wigginton: 0 for 4

Tejada and Atkins are a combined 6 for 20 batting with RISP while the rest of the team is a combined 4 for 54. That's an average of .074

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