Atlanta Braves vs Chicago Cubs Stats

Team Offense

Atlanta Braves Team Offense Chicago Cubs
144 Games Played 146
5,417 Plate Appearances 5,356
4,784 At-Bats 4,782
701 Runs Scored 627
1,159 Hits 1,110
232 Doubles 198
18 Triples 24
216 Home Runs 193
674 Runs Batted In 597
55 Stolen Bases 64
18 Caught Stealing 33
505 Walks 431
1,287 Strikeouts 1,439
.242 Batting Average .232
.320 On-Base Percentage .305
.434 Slugging Percentage .405
0.754 OPS 0.710
96 OPS+ 89
2,075 Total Bases 1,935
73 Grounded Into Double Play 113
951 Left on Base 877

In comparing these two teams, Atlanta has compiled an OBP of .320 and Chicago is looking at .305. The Braves hold a team batting average of .242 and the Cubs hold an average of .232. When talking about going down on strikes, Chicago has tallied 1,439 so far this season, and Atlanta has 1,287. So far this year, the Braves are scoring more than their opposition, sporting an average of 4.9 runs per outing. With 1,159, the Braves have earned more base knocks than the Cubs on the season. The have recorded the same amount of runs as the on the campaign with 0.

Team Pitching

Atlanta Braves Team Pitching Chicago Cubs
4.2 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.1
76 Wins 66
68 Losses 80
.528 Win-Loss Percentage .452
3.99 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.7
1 Complete Games 1
15 Team Shutouts 7
1 Complete Game Shutouts 0
34 Saves 37
1,259 Innings Pitched 1,279
1,124 Hits Allowed 1,234
603 Runs Allowed 737
558 Earned Runs Allowed 672
167 Home Runs Allowed 209
464 Walks Allowed 534
20 Intentional Walks Allowed 22
1,283 Strikeouts 1,238
61 Balks 88
67 Wild Pitches 54
5,334 Batters Faced 5,589
8 Balks 4
110 ERA+ 90
4.10 FIP 4.81
1.261 WHIP 1.382
8.0 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.7
1.2 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.5
3.3 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.8
9.2 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.7
2.8 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.3
954 Left on Base 1,015

The Atlanta Braves have given up less runs per contest than the Chicago Cubs this season, with a rate of 4.19. Having 1,124, the Braves haven’t allowed as many hits as the Cubs on the year. This year, Atlanta has more dominant pitchers, holding a team earned run average of 3.99. In the matter of total strikeouts, the Braves have tallied 1,283 on the campaign and the Cubs have recorded 1,238. The Braves have a more effective pitching staff in terms of surrendering the long ball with 167. With respect to pitching, Atlanta has a WHIP of 1.261 and Chicago is at 1.382. Atlanta has less saves than Chicago so far this year having racked up 34. Having earned 104, the Atlanta Braves have recorded more holds than the Chicago Cubs this year. For the season, Chicago has the better group of pitchers in the matter of their percentage of getting the save coming in at 74%. In terms of inherited base runners, the Braves have notched a total of 171 so far this year, while the Cubs have earned a total of 248.

Team Bullpen

Atlanta Braves Team Relief Pitching Chicago Cubs
517 Games in Relief 539
143 Games Finished 145
25 Wins in Relief 26
30 Losses in Relief 24
57 Save Opportunities 50
34 Saves 37
23 Blown Saves 13
60.0% Save Percentage 74.0%
162 Save Situations 122
104 Holds 71
171 Inherited Runners 248
58 Inherited Runners Scored 86
34.0% Inherited Score Percentage 35.0%
1.046 Average Leverage Index .946
205 High Leverage Situations 155
108 Medium Leverage Situations 119
184 Low Leverage Situations 238
260 Times Entered With Lead 188
79 Times Entered in Tie 78
178 Times Entered When Behind 273
116 Inherited Runners 152
401 Times Entered With Bases Empty 387
63 Multiple Inning Appearances 136

Team Fielding

Atlanta Braves Team Fielding Chicago Cubs
.703 Defensive Efficiency .694
5,157 Defensive Chances 5,326
3,777 Putouts 3,837
1,315 Assists 1,413
65 Errors 76
92 Double Plays 129
.987 Fielding Percentage .986

The Atlanta Braves have accrued less putouts that the Chicago Cubs this year having a total of 3,777. With a total of 65, Atlanta hasn’t amassed as many errors as Chicago on the season. So far this year, Atlanta has the better group of fielders, holding a fielding percentage of .987. With respect to assists, the Braves are sitting with 1,315 so far this season, and the Cubs have accumulated 1,413.