I am in the mood for more stats. I found that Google Sheets is a little better with fewer pivot tables. The data I created can be easily made in Google Sheets, but unfortunately, multiple pivot tables cannot be on the same sheet in Google Sheets. Therefore, I wanted to use countifs formula.

Summary

• The Tigers won 64 of their games and lost 98 of them.
• They mostly won and lost at away night games.
• While playing against Cleveland, they only won 2-day games and 4-night games.
• These statistics can be dangerous because there were much more overall night games than day games 105 and 57 respectively.

Here are some overall statements of the Tiger's season.

• 162 games played, 81 were home and away games
• 57 of them were day games and 105 of them were night games
• 34 (41.98%) of the home games were won while 47 (58.02%) of them were lost
• 30 (37.04%) of the away games were won while 51 (62.96%) of them were lost
• 18 (31.58%) of the day home games were won and 17 (29.82%) of them were lost
• 16 (15.34%) of the night home games were won and 30 (28.57%) of them were lost
• 9 (11.11%) of the day away games were won and 13 (22.81%) of them were lost
• 21 (25.93%) of the night away games were won and 38 (36.19%) of them were lost
• 15933 minutes (265.55 hours) were played at home and 15573 minutes (259.55hours) were played while away for a total of 31506 minutes (525.10 hours)
• The average game took 194.48 minutes (3.24 hours)

The Tigers got beat by the Cleveland Indians this year!

• 10 home games and 9 away games
• 7 day and 12-night games
• 3 home games won, 7 lost
• 3 away games won, 6 lost
• 2-day games won, 5 lost
• 4-night games won, 8 lost
• 1231 minutes (20.52 hours) were spent winning while 2526 minutes were spent losing (42.1 hours)
• 1405 minutes (23.42 hours) were day games and 2352 minutes (39.20 hours) were night games