Arizona Diamondbacks vs Atlanta Braves Stats

Team Offense

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Offense Atlanta Braves
71 Games Played 71
2,633 Plate Appearances 2,672
2,335 At-Bats 2,411
286 Runs Scored 340
503 Hits 598
104 Doubles 134
11 Triples 6
83 Home Runs 108
265 Runs Batted In 322
29 Stolen Bases 34
10 Caught Stealing 11
245 Walks 211
640 Strikeouts 670
.215 Batting Average .248
.295 On-Base Percentage .314
.376 Slugging Percentage .443
0.671 OPS 0.757
90 OPS+ 105
878 Total Bases 1,068
34 Grounded Into Double Play 40
467 Left on Base 461

The Arizona Diamondbacks have accounted for less runs that the Atlanta Braves this year with a total of 286. Holding a total of 503, the Diamondbacks haven’t accrued as many hits as the Braves so far this season. Over the course of the season, the Diamondbacks have the worse offense, sporting an average of 4.0 runs per outing. Regarding striking out at the plate, Atlanta is sitting with 670 over the course of the season, and Arizona has 640. The Diamondbacks have accumulated a collective batting average of .215 and the Braves hold an average of .248. When looking at the offenses, Arizona has on OBP of .295 while Atlanta is at .314.

Team Pitching

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Pitching Atlanta Braves
4.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.1
32 Wins 41
39 Losses 30
.451 Win-Loss Percentage .577
4.26 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.8
0 Complete Games 0
3 Team Shutouts 4
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
17 Saves 23
627 Innings Pitched 633
613 Hits Allowed 552
331 Runs Allowed 293
297 Earned Runs Allowed 264
80 Home Runs Allowed 57
222 Walks Allowed 234
8 Intentional Walks Allowed 8
516 Strikeouts 677
31 Balks 30
27 Wild Pitches 26
2,685 Batters Faced 2,664
3 Balks 1
98 ERA+ 118
4.36 FIP 3.42
1.332 WHIP 1.241
8.8 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.8
1.1 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 0.8
3.2 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.3
7.4 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.6
2.3 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.9
482 Left on Base 480

The Arizona Diamondbacks have allowed more runs per game than the Atlanta Braves on the season, holding an average of 4.66. Having earned 613, the Diamondbacks have allowed more base knocks than the Braves on the season. This year, Atlanta is the more superior pitching staff, sitting with a team earned run average of 3.75. When it comes to striking out their opponent, the Diamondbacks have notched a total of 516 this year while the Braves are sitting with 677. The Braves are the better of these two pitching staffs with respect to conceding homeruns with 57. With respect to team pitching statistics, Arizona holds a WHIP of 1.332 and Atlanta sits at 1.241. Arizona hasn’t accrued as many saves as Atlanta on the campaign with 17. With 38, the Arizona Diamondbacks have accounted for less holds than the Atlanta Braves so far this season. For the season, Arizona has the more effective bullpen when discussing save percentage coming in at 68%. In the matter of base runners inherited, the Diamondbacks have earned a total of 94 on the year, and the Braves have 100.

Team Bullpen

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Relief Pitching Atlanta Braves
251 Games in Relief 224
71 Games Finished 71
14 Wins in Relief 12
15 Losses in Relief 9
25 Save Opportunities 36
17 Saves 23
8 Blown Saves 13
68.0% Save Percentage 64.0%
64 Save Situations 82
38 Holds 45
94 Inherited Runners 100
20 Inherited Runners Scored 39
21.0% Inherited Score Percentage 39.0%
.985 Average Leverage Index 1.007
85 High Leverage Situations 80
57 Medium Leverage Situations 51
109 Low Leverage Situations 93
99 Times Entered With Lead 123
52 Times Entered in Tie 23
100 Times Entered When Behind 78
67 Inherited Runners 65
184 Times Entered With Bases Empty 159
67 Multiple Inning Appearances 51

Team Fielding

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Fielding Atlanta Braves
.693 Defensive Efficiency .690
2,536 Defensive Chances 2,554
1,881 Putouts 1,900
608 Assists 620
47 Errors 34
61 Double Plays 55
.981 Fielding Percentage .987

The Arizona Diamondbacks have accrued less putouts that the Atlanta Braves for the year with 1,881. With 47, Arizona has more errors than Atlanta on the season. Over the course of the season, Arizona doesn’t defend quite as well, riding a fielding percentage of .981. In terms of assisting a teammate, the Diamondbacks have earned a total of 608 on the season, while the Braves have recorded 620.