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A fleeting grasp
A fleeting grasp

The Mariners just won 6-1 against the Royals, completing a 3-1 series win that saw them score 31 runs. Over the course of this series, the Mariners turned their run differential (runs scored - runs allowed) into positive territory on the road. They now stand at +6 in 50 road games and -20 in 44 home games. Here are some assorted numbers extrapolated to full 162-game seasons.

The home version of the Seattle Mariners would have an expected pythag record of 69-93.

The road version of the Seattle Mariners would have an expected pythag record of 83-79.

The home version of the Seattle Mariners would be on pace to score 464 runs. The 2012 Boston Red Sox have already scored 465. 464 runs would be the lowest 162-game total since the 1968 Chicago White Sox.

The road version of the Seattle Mariners would be on pace to score 813 runs, the highest Mariner total since 814 in 2002 and a total that would have ranked fourth in all of baseball last season.

The home version of the Seattle Mariners would be on pace to hit 81 home runs, the lowest total since the 1982 San Diego Padres.

The road version of the Seattle Mariners would be on pace to hit 194 home runs, the highest Mariner total since 2000's 198.