1: Oakland Athletics (94-68) Runs Scored: 8th
2: Tampa Bay Rayes (90-72) Runs Scored: 11th
3: Baltimore Orioles (93-69) Runs Scored: 9th
14: Kansas City Royals (72-90) Runs Scored: 12th
13: Minnesota Twins (66-96) Runs Scored: 10th
12: Cleveland Indians (68-94) Runs Scored: 13th
I'm not going to continue doing that for every single season, but you can look through every single season and see if you can find a strong correlation between strikeouts and runs scored if you want. I don't think you'll find one. As far as the 2011 World Series, the White Sox had the second fewest strikeouts with 989 and scored a whopping 654 runs.
JEFF: 100 bucks! Hey Al, you know a lot about sports maybe you could win the hundred and buy yourself a newer Dodge.
AL: No chance! Those questions are so obscure that you’d have to have no life whatsoever to get the answer.
TV: "Who played centerfield for the Chicago White Sox in the ’59 world series."
AL: Jim Landis! I know that, Jim Landis!