Arizona Diamondbacks vs Cleveland Indians Stats

Team Offense

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Offense Cleveland Indians
162 Games Played 162
6,144 Plate Appearances 5,907
5,489 At-Bats 5,332
679 Runs Scored 717
1,297 Hits 1,269
308 Doubles 248
31 Triples 22
144 Home Runs 203
644 Runs Batted In 686
43 Stolen Bases 109
16 Caught Stealing 17
537 Walks 453
1,465 Strikeouts 1,387
.236 Batting Average .238
.309 On-Base Percentage .303
.382 Slugging Percentage .407
0.692 OPS 0.710
87 OPS+ 93
2,099 Total Bases 2,170
99 Grounded Into Double Play 105
1,131 Left on Base 969

The currently hold the same number of runs as the for the year with a total of 0. With 1,297, the Diamondbacks have more base knocks than the Indians so far this season. This year, the Diamondbacks aren’t quite as good of an offense, averaging 4.2 runs per outing. Regarding being rung up on strikes, Cleveland has 1,387 for the year, and Arizona has 1,465. The Diamondbacks have a team batting average of .236 and the Indians have recorded an average of .238. While at the plate, Arizona has on OBP of .309 and Cleveland is looking at .303.

Team Pitching

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Pitching Cleveland Indians
5.5 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.5
52 Wins 80
110 Losses 82
.321 Win-Loss Percentage .494
5.11 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.3
3 Complete Games 0
4 Team Shutouts 9
3 Complete Game Shutouts 0
22 Saves 39
1,417 Innings Pitched 1,408
1,480 Hits Allowed 1,281
893 Runs Allowed 727
804 Earned Runs Allowed 679
232 Home Runs Allowed 216
555 Walks Allowed 522
45 Intentional Walks Allowed 12
1,238 Strikeouts 1,391
75 Balks 59
43 Wild Pitches 52
6,270 Batters Faced 5,968
7 Balks 8
83 ERA+ 101
4.88 FIP 4.43
1.436 WHIP 1.281
9.4 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.2
1.5 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.4
3.5 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.3
7.9 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.9
2.2 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.7
1,125 Left on Base 1,017

The Arizona Diamondbacks have given up more runs per game than the Cleveland Indians for the year, with an average of 5.51. Having 1,480, the Diamondbacks have surrendered more base knocks than the Indians on the year. This season, Cleveland has the better pitching staff, riding a team earned run average of 4.34. Concerning striking out their opponent, the Diamondbacks have accrued a total of 1,238 on the season while the Indians are sitting with 1,391. The Indians have a better group of pitchers when it comes to allowing the long ball having 216. In relation to pitching, Arizona has earned a WHIP of 1.436 and Cleveland is at 1.281. Arizona hasn’t amassed as many saves as Cleveland this season with a total of 22. Having racked up 68, the Arizona Diamondbacks have recorded more holds than the Cleveland Indians on the campaign. This season, Cleveland has the more effective bullpen concerning save percentage coming in at 67%. With regard to inherited base runners, the Diamondbacks have accumulated 210 so far this season, and the Indians have earned a total of 202.

Team Bullpen

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Relief Pitching Cleveland Indians
566 Games in Relief 535
159 Games Finished 162
22 Wins in Relief 32
41 Losses in Relief 30
50 Save Opportunities 58
22 Saves 39
28 Blown Saves 19
44.0% Save Percentage 67.0%
120 Save Situations 127
68 Holds 66
210 Inherited Runners 202
67 Inherited Runners Scored 73
32.0% Inherited Score Percentage 36.0%
.911 Average Leverage Index .968
151 High Leverage Situations 155
132 Medium Leverage Situations 113
268 Low Leverage Situations 247
181 Times Entered With Lead 226
91 Times Entered in Tie 74
294 Times Entered When Behind 235
143 Inherited Runners 142
423 Times Entered With Bases Empty 393
110 Multiple Inning Appearances 134

Team Fielding

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Fielding Cleveland Indians
.685 Defensive Efficiency .703
5,726 Defensive Chances 5,710
4,252 Putouts 4,224
1,374 Assists 1,400
100 Errors 86
113 Double Plays 138
.983 Fielding Percentage .985

In relation to assisting a teammate, the Diamondbacks have earned a total of 1,374 for the season, while the Indians have recorded 1,400. For the year, Arizona is a lesser team in terms of defending, sitting with a fielding percentage of .983. With 100, Arizona has notched more errors than Cleveland this season. The Arizona Diamondbacks have notched more putouts than the Cleveland Indians for the season with 4,252.