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Arizona Diamondbacks vs San Francisco Giants Stats

Arizona Diamondbacks vs San Francisco Giants Stats

Team Offense

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Offense San Francisco Giants
108 Games Played 107
4,108 Plate Appearances 4,054
3,652 At-Bats 3,564
449 Runs Scored 522
852 Hits 874
197 Doubles 167
20 Triples 18
97 Home Runs 162
424 Runs Batted In 498
31 Stolen Bases 45
11 Caught Stealing 9
376 Walks 407
969 Strikeouts 1,001
.233 Batting Average .245
.310 On-Base Percentage .327
.378 Slugging Percentage .439
0.688 OPS 0.766
85 OPS+ 107
1,380 Total Bases 1,563
64 Grounded Into Double Play 81
776 Left on Base 723

The Arizona Diamondbacks have recorded less runs than the San Francisco Giants on the year with a total of 449. Having earned 852, the Diamondbacks don’t have as many hits as the Giants so far this season. On the year, the Diamondbacks aren’t scoring as much as their opposition, earning 4.2 runs per outing. With respect to being rung up on strikes, San Francisco has recorded 1,001 for the season, and Arizona has 969. The Diamondbacks are sitting with a collective batting average of .233 and the Giants hold an average of .245. In comparing these two teams, Arizona has compiled an OBP of .310 and San Francisco holds strong at .327.

Team Pitching

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Pitching San Francisco Giants
5.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 3.8
34 Wins 67
74 Losses 40
.315 Win-Loss Percentage .626
5.36 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.4
2 Complete Games 2
3 Team Shutouts 12
2 Complete Game Shutouts 2
14 Saves 38
941 Innings Pitched 951
1,010 Hits Allowed 792
617 Runs Allowed 402
560 Earned Runs Allowed 358
157 Home Runs Allowed 110
361 Walks Allowed 284
29 Intentional Walks Allowed 11
845 Strikeouts 929
58 Balks 42
30 Wild Pitches 29
4,196 Batters Faced 3,918
7 Balks 4
79 ERA+ 122
4.87 FIP 3.74
1.457 WHIP 1.131
9.7 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.5
1.5 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.0
3.5 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.7
8.1 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.8
2.3 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.3
756 Left on Base 661

In regard to inherited runners, the Diamondbacks have accumulated 135 on the year, and the Giants have 104. On the year, San Francisco is the better of these two bullpens in regard to save % coming in at 66%. With a total of 47, the Arizona Diamondbacks have less holds than the San Francisco Giants this year. Arizona is sitting with less saves than San Francisco on the season having earned a total of 14. With regard to team pitching statistics, Arizona has earned a WHIP of 1.457 and San Francisco sits at 1.131. The Giants are the better of these two pitching staffs pertaining to allowing the long ball with 110. In the matter of total strikeouts, the Diamondbacks have notched a total of 845 on the campaign and the Giants have accounted for 929. For the year, San Francisco has the more dominant pitching staff, sitting with a team ERA of 3.39. With a total of 1,010, the Diamondbacks have allowed more base knocks than the Giants so far this season. The Arizona Diamondbacks have conceded more runs per game than the San Francisco Giants for the season, with an average of 5.71.

Team Bullpen

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Relief Pitching San Francisco Giants
375 Games in Relief 367
106 Games Finished 105
14 Wins in Relief 25
25 Losses in Relief 15
34 Save Opportunities 58
14 Saves 38
20 Blown Saves 20
41.0% Save Percentage 66.0%
83 Save Situations 130
47 Holds 69
135 Inherited Runners 104
43 Inherited Runners Scored 41
32.0% Inherited Score Percentage 39.0%
.888 Average Leverage Index 1.004
99 High Leverage Situations 116
85 Medium Leverage Situations 98
176 Low Leverage Situations 144
122 Times Entered With Lead 203
50 Times Entered in Tie 53
203 Times Entered When Behind 111
91 Inherited Runners 70
284 Times Entered With Bases Empty 297
83 Multiple Inning Appearances 56

Team Fielding

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Fielding San Francisco Giants
.678 Defensive Efficiency .719
3,818 Defensive Chances 3,876
2,823 Putouts 2,855
932 Assists 971
63 Errors 50
68 Double Plays 75
.983 Fielding Percentage .987

When it comes to assists, the Diamondbacks have 932 for the year, and the Giants have amassed 971. On the year, Arizona hasn’t been as good a defense, with a fielding percentage of .983. With 63, Arizona has amassed more errors than San Francisco over the course of the season. The Arizona Diamondbacks have compiled less putouts than the San Francisco Giants so far this year having a total of 2,823.

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