Arizona Diamondbacks vs Texas Rangers Stats

Team Offense

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Offense Texas Rangers
147 Games Played 147
5,582 Plate Appearances 5,403
4,981 At-Bats 4,906
614 Runs Scored 570
1,171 Hits 1,131
273 Doubles 204
28 Triples 21
131 Home Runs 155
584 Runs Batted In 544
38 Stolen Bases 90
12 Caught Stealing 25
491 Walks 396
1,337 Strikeouts 1,264
.235 Batting Average .231
.309 On-Base Percentage .294
.380 Slugging Percentage .375
0.689 OPS 0.670
86 OPS+ 84
1,893 Total Bases 1,842
89 Grounded Into Double Play 102
1,032 Left on Base 890

While at the plate, Arizona has amassed an on-base percentage of .309 while Texas is looking at .294. The Diamondbacks are sitting with a team batting average of .235 and the Rangers have accrued an average of .231. When it comes to being rung up on strikes, Texas has compiled 1,264 on the year, and Arizona has 1,337. This year, the Diamondbacks have the more dangerous offensive, sporting an average of 4.2 runs/game. Holding a total of 1,171, the Diamondbacks have earned more base knocks than the Rangers on the season. The have the same amount of runs as the on the season with a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Pitching Texas Rangers
5.6 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.1
47 Wins 54
100 Losses 93
.320 Win-Loss Percentage .367
5.15 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.8
3 Complete Games 0
4 Team Shutouts 3
3 Complete Game Shutouts 0
20 Saves 26
1,285 Innings Pitched 1,294
1,341 Hits Allowed 1,287
816 Runs Allowed 742
735 Earned Runs Allowed 689
208 Home Runs Allowed 215
505 Walks Allowed 459
43 Intentional Walks Allowed 11
1,111 Strikeouts 1,128
71 Balks 53
39 Wild Pitches 61
5,691 Batters Faced 5,552
7 Balks 0
81 ERA+ 92
4.88 FIP 4.77
1.437 WHIP 1.349
9.4 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.9
1.5 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.5
3.5 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.2
7.8 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 7.8
2.2 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.5
1,020 Left on Base 927

Pertaining to base runners inherited, the Diamondbacks have accounted for 192 this season, while the Rangers are sitting with 205. On the season, Texas has the better bullpen with respect to their percentage of getting the save coming in at 58%. With 62, the Arizona Diamondbacks have accrued more holds than the Texas Rangers this season. Arizona hasn’t notched as many saves as Texas on the season with 20. In terms of team pitching statistics, Arizona has a WHIP of 1.437 and Texas sits at 1.349. The Diamondbacks have more dominant pitchers in reference to conceding homeruns with 208. With regard to striking out their opponent, the Diamondbacks have a total of 1,111 so far this year while the Rangers have accounted for 1,128. On the season, Texas is the better of these two pitching staffs, sitting with a team earned run average of 4.79. With 1,341, the Diamondbacks have allowed more base knocks than the Rangers for the season. The Arizona Diamondbacks have allowed more runs per game than the Texas Rangers so far this season, with a rate of 5.55.

Team Bullpen

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Relief Pitching Texas Rangers
508 Games in Relief 457
144 Games Finished 147
19 Wins in Relief 23
36 Losses in Relief 30
45 Save Opportunities 45
20 Saves 26
25 Blown Saves 19
44.0% Save Percentage 58.0%
109 Save Situations 105
62 Holds 58
192 Inherited Runners 205
63 Inherited Runners Scored 69
33.0% Inherited Score Percentage 34.0%
.910 Average Leverage Index .914
134 High Leverage Situations 122
120 Medium Leverage Situations 101
239 Low Leverage Situations 210
166 Times Entered With Lead 162
78 Times Entered in Tie 56
264 Times Entered When Behind 239
132 Inherited Runners 133
376 Times Entered With Bases Empty 324
104 Multiple Inning Appearances 147

Team Fielding

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Fielding Texas Rangers
.686 Defensive Efficiency .696
5,202 Defensive Chances 5,286
3,855 Putouts 3,883
1,257 Assists 1,326
90 Errors 77
100 Double Plays 130
.983 Fielding Percentage .985

The Arizona Diamondbacks have accounted for less putouts that the Texas Rangers this season having a total of 3,855. With 90, Arizona has accumulated more errors than Texas this season. So far this season, Arizona doesn’t defend quite as well, holding a fielding percentage of .983. When discussing assists, the Diamondbacks have a total of 1,257 on the campaign, while the Rangers have tallied 1,326.