National League:
offense:
1. Los Angeles (5.38 RPG)
2. New York (5.35)
3. St. Louis (5.01)
4. Cincinnati (4.91)
5. Arizona (4.88)
6. Philadelphia (4.87)
7. Atlanta (4.74)
8. San Francisco (4.68
9. Houston (4.68)
10. Milwaukee (4.65)
11. Florida (4.63)
12. Colorado (4.58)
13. Washington (4.49)
14. Pittsburgh (4.49)
15. San Diego (4.36)
16. Chicago (3.91)
defense:
1. San Diego (0.46 E/G)
2. Houson (0.50)
3. San Francisco (0.51)
4. St. Louis (0.54)
5. Colorado (0.56)
5. Arizona (0.56)
7. Chicago (0.62)
8. Atlanta (0.64)
9. New York (0.68)
10. Pittsburgh (0.69)
11. Los Angeles (0.70)
12. Philadelphia (0.71)
13. Florida (0.76)
14. Washington (0.80)
15. Cincinnati (0.83)
16. Milwaukee (0.86)
baserunning (SB-[CS*3])
1. New York 36
2. Cincinnati 24
3. San Diego 21
4. Los Angeles 12
5. Pittsburgh -2
6. Milwaukee -4
7. Philadelphia -10
8. Arizona -13
9. Chicago -16
10. Houston -17
11. Florida -22
12. San Francisco -23
13. Atlanta -26
14. St. Louis -31
15. Colorado -32
16. Washington -42
Starting pitching:
1. San Francisco (4.19 ERA)
2. San Diego (4.22)
3. Los Angeles (4.24)
4. Florida (4.26)
5. Cincinnatti (4.29)
6. New York (4.31)
7. Colorado (4.37)
8. Atlanta (4.53)
9. Houston (4.68)
10. Washington (4.71)
11. St. Louis (4.75)
12. Arizona (4.81)
13. Milwaukee (4.95)
14. Pittsburgh (5.32)
15. Chicago (5.37)
16. Philadelphia (5.53)
Relief pitching:
1. New York (3.20)
2. San Diego (3.38)
3. Philadelphia (3.57)
4. Colorado (3.99)
5. St. Louis (4.01)
6. Florida (4.07)
7. Chicago (4.08)
8. Pittsburgh (4.15)
9. Arizona (4.32)
10. Washington (4.52)
11. Los Angeles (4.56)
12. San Francisco (4.65)
13. Houston (4.72)
14. Milwaukee (4.92)
15. Atlanta (4.99)
16. Cincinnati (5.07)