On average, it takes 50 games to crown a 13 run pool winner. You can think of the results of a 13 run pool as mostly random. Generally, higher scoring teams perform better, but you also need the team to be shutout at least once. Take a look at the statistics we gathered for both runs and team performance in a baseball 13 run pool. You can also see results for a specific date on our create a 13 pool page.
Not surprisingly, scoring exactly 13 runs occurs most infrequently. Most people think you just want a team that scores a lot of runs, which is mostly true, but having a zero run game is somewhat infrequent, too. The chart below shows the distribution of runs across all teams.
Based on each team's recent performance and the frequency of runs statistics above, below is the likelihood of winning a 13 run pool for each team.
Since some teams are more favorable in a 13 run pools, we suggest owners are assigned a random baseball team.
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