Arizona Diamondbacks vs Cincinnati Reds Stats

Team Offense

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Offense Cincinnati Reds
146 Games Played 147
5,541 Plate Appearances 5,584
4,943 At-Bats 4,921
611 Runs Scored 711
1,161 Hits 1,221
272 Doubles 264
28 Triples 11
130 Home Runs 198
581 Runs Batted In 683
37 Stolen Bases 29
12 Caught Stealing 22
488 Walks 497
1,324 Strikeouts 1,303
.235 Batting Average .248
.309 On-Base Percentage .327
.380 Slugging Percentage .427
0.689 OPS 0.754
86 OPS+ 91
1,879 Total Bases 2,101
88 Grounded Into Double Play 117
1,024 Left on Base 976

The have compiled the same amount of runs as the so far this year with a total of 0. Having racked up 1,161, the Diamondbacks haven’t earned as many base knocks as the Reds on the year. On the campaign, the Diamondbacks aren’t scoring as much as their opposition, having 4.2 runs per game. When it comes to going down on strikes, Cincinnati has recorded 1,303 so far this season, and Arizona has 1,324. The Diamondbacks have a batting average of .235 and the Reds have accrued an average of .248. When looking at the offenses, Arizona has an on-base percentage of .309 and Cincinnati sits at .327.

Team Pitching

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Pitching Cincinnati Reds
5.6 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.7
47 Wins 76
99 Losses 71
.322 Win-Loss Percentage .517
5.16 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.3
3 Complete Games 1
4 Team Shutouts 8
3 Complete Game Shutouts 1
20 Saves 40
1,275 Innings Pitched 1,301
1,337 Hits Allowed 1,196
812 Runs Allowed 683
732 Earned Runs Allowed 628
207 Home Runs Allowed 186
501 Walks Allowed 556
42 Intentional Walks Allowed 27
1,107 Strikeouts 1,374
70 Balks 59
39 Wild Pitches 52
5,655 Batters Faced 5,610
7 Balks 7
81 ERA+ 110
4.88 FIP 4.33
1.441 WHIP 1.346
9.4 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.3
1.5 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.3
3.5 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.8
7.8 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.5
2.2 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.5
1,016 Left on Base 1,023

In terms of base runners inherited, the Diamondbacks have tallied 190 on the campaign, while the Reds have a total of 221. So far this season, Cincinnati is the more superior bullpen pertaining to save % coming in at 62%. Having 62, the Arizona Diamondbacks have less holds than the Cincinnati Reds this season. Arizona hasn’t amassed as many saves as Cincinnati on the campaign with 20. Pertaining to pitching stats, Arizona owns a WHIP of 1.441 and Cincinnati is at 1.346. The Reds have the more dominant pitching staff in reference to allowing the long ball with 186. In the matter of total strikeouts, the Diamondbacks have accrued a total of 1,107 this year while the Reds have recorded 1,374. On the year, Cincinnati is the more superior pitching staff, riding a team earned run average of 4.34. With 1,337, the Diamondbacks have surrendered more base knocks than the Reds on the campaign. The Arizona Diamondbacks have given up more runs per contest than the Cincinnati Reds so far this season, with an average of 5.56.

Team Bullpen

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Relief Pitching Cincinnati Reds
504 Games in Relief 516
143 Games Finished 146
19 Wins in Relief 25
35 Losses in Relief 24
44 Save Opportunities 65
20 Saves 40
24 Blown Saves 25
45.0% Save Percentage 62.0%
108 Save Situations 135
62 Holds 68
190 Inherited Runners 221
63 Inherited Runners Scored 87
33.0% Inherited Score Percentage 39.0%
.904 Average Leverage Index 1.023
130 High Leverage Situations 176
120 Medium Leverage Situations 118
239 Low Leverage Situations 201
165 Times Entered With Lead 222
75 Times Entered in Tie 82
264 Times Entered When Behind 212
130 Inherited Runners 147
374 Times Entered With Bases Empty 369
104 Multiple Inning Appearances 115

Team Fielding

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Fielding Cincinnati Reds
.685 Defensive Efficiency .691
5,161 Defensive Chances 5,273
3,827 Putouts 3,904
1,245 Assists 1,288
89 Errors 81
99 Double Plays 115
.983 Fielding Percentage .985

The Arizona Diamondbacks have earned less putouts than the Cincinnati Reds for the season having a total of 3,827. With 89, Arizona has recorded more errors than Cincinnati so far this season. For the year, Arizona hasn’t been the better group of defenders, with a fielding percentage of .983. When it comes to assists, the Diamondbacks are sitting with 1,245 for the season, while the Reds have amassed 1,288.