1951 Season
1950 / 1952
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States

#
1 California
78
91.4
627.5
202.8
2 Pennsylvania
36
62.3
370.7
150.1
3 New York
41
55.3
330.2
126.0
4 Illinois
40
28.7
225.2
63.8
5 New Jersey
20
25.2
163.3
53.3
6 Arkansas
10
19.1
107.6
44.1
7 Missouri
25
19.0
157.1
45.2
8 Ohio
24
17.1
120.3
34.9
9 Washington
12
16.0
95.6
44.4
10 Alabama
13
14.8
92.1
36.1
11 Michigan
27
14.7
123.5
26.7
12 North Carolina
22
13.6
138.2
28.3
13 Oklahoma
10
13.0
98.6
42.3
14 Louisiana
11
11.3
85.5
16.0
15 Texas
14
9.6
95.5
17.9
16 Indiana
7
8.8
69.6
28.9
17 Virginia
12
8.3
65.6
16.4
18 Kentucky
7
8.2
54.1
11.9
19 Oregon
5
7.3
41.7
14.2
20 Rhode Island
4
6.6
31.5
14.0
21 South Carolina
6
5.8
44.8
16.1
22 Nebraska
6
5.1
41.3
15.0
23 Florida
5
4.8
32.7
15.3
24 Maryland
10
4.4
40.1
2.8
25 Georgia
9
4.1
60.3
11.4
26 Minnesota
5
3.8
23.5
8.6
27 Mississippi
4
2.4
17.7
7.5
28 Iowa
7
2.3
25.7
10.8
29 Wisconsin
7
2.2
38.7
7.7
30 West Virginia
8
1.9
28.7
-0.9
31 Massachusetts
9
1.9
55.2
7.1
32 Idaho
1
1.3
6.7
2.6
33 Tennessee
4
1.0
13.3
0.3
34 Connecticut
5
0.9
25.0
-0.3
35 Kansas
8
0.7
27.0
1.4
36 Arizona
2
0.3
9.8
2.9
37 New Hampshire
1
-0.1
4.3
1.2
38 South Dakota
1
-0.2
1.3
-0.6
39 Utah
3
-1.7
1.3
-2.2
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Win Shares are calculated using the formula in the book Win Shares by Bill James