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Atlanta Braves vs Kansas City Royals Stats

Atlanta Braves vs Kansas City Royals Stats

Team Offense

Atlanta Braves Team Offense Kansas City Royals
107 Games Played 105
3,998 Plate Appearances 3,838
3,528 At-Bats 3,470
509 Runs Scored 429
856 Hits 836
180 Doubles 150
12 Triples 21
150 Home Runs 108
489 Runs Batted In 406
45 Stolen Bases 67
16 Caught Stealing 18
375 Walks 278
981 Strikeouts 855
.243 Batting Average .241
.321 On-Base Percentage .301
.428 Slugging Percentage .390
0.749 OPS 0.691
93 OPS+ 88
1,510 Total Bases 1,352
58 Grounded Into Double Play 66
709 Left on Base 665

The Atlanta Braves have scored more runs than the Kansas City Royals over the course of the season having accumulated 509. Having earned 856, the Braves have accumulated more hits than the Royals for the year. For the season, the Braves have the better offense, sporting an average of 4.8 runs per game. In reference to being rung up on strikes, Kansas City has tallied 855 this season, and Atlanta has 981. The Braves have accumulated a collective batting average of .243 and the Royals have accrued an average of .241. When distinguishing between these two teams, Atlanta has amassed an on-base percentage of .321 while Kansas City holds strong at .301.

Team Pitching

Atlanta Braves Team Pitching Kansas City Royals
4.3 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.0
53 Wins 45
54 Losses 60
.495 Win-Loss Percentage .429
4.05 Earned Run Average (ERA) 5.0
0 Complete Games 0
12 Team Shutouts 5
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
22 Saves 23
927 Innings Pitched 908
851 Hits Allowed 892
455 Runs Allowed 527
417 Earned Runs Allowed 502
119 Home Runs Allowed 130
353 Walks Allowed 404
16 Intentional Walks Allowed 11
940 Strikeouts 895
44 Balks 40
51 Wild Pitches 59
3,962 Batters Faced 3,968
6 Balks 8
112 ERA+ 92
4.09 FIP 4.52
1.299 WHIP 1.427
8.3 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.8
1.2 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.3
3.4 Walks Per 9 Innings 4.0
9.1 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.9
2.7 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.2
726 Left on Base 717

Regarding inherited runners, the Braves have earned a total of 134 so far this year, and the Royals have earned a total of 150. So far this year, FALSE has the more effective bullpen when talking about save percentage sitting at FALSE. With a total of 66, the Atlanta Braves have accounted for more holds than the Kansas City Royals on the season. Atlanta hasn’t recorded as many saves as Kansas City so far this year with a total of 22. Pertaining to pitching statistics, Atlanta holds a WHIP of 1.299 and Kansas City sits at 1.427. The Braves are the better of these two pitching staffs in terms of conceding homeruns with 119. Concerning getting strikeouts, the Braves have accrued a total of 940 for the year and the Royals have 895. So far this year, Atlanta is the better of these two pitching staffs, having a team ERA of 4.05. With 851, the Braves haven’t surrendered as many base knocks as the Royals for the year. The Atlanta Braves have given up less runs per contest than the Kansas City Royals on the season, with a rate of 4.25.

Team Bullpen

Atlanta Braves Team Relief Pitching Kansas City Royals
379 Games in Relief 352
107 Games Finished 105
14 Wins in Relief 18
23 Losses in Relief 18
37 Save Opportunities 39
22 Saves 23
15 Blown Saves 16
59.0% Save Percentage 59.0%
104 Save Situations 91
66 Holds 52
134 Inherited Runners 150
49 Inherited Runners Scored 44
37.0% Inherited Score Percentage 29.0%
1.024 Average Leverage Index .926
142 High Leverage Situations 84
73 Medium Leverage Situations 86
149 Low Leverage Situations 176
181 Times Entered With Lead 144
57 Times Entered in Tie 35
141 Times Entered When Behind 173
88 Inherited Runners 94
291 Times Entered With Bases Empty 258
49 Multiple Inning Appearances 87

Team Fielding

Atlanta Braves Team Fielding Kansas City Royals
.695 Defensive Efficiency .679
3,784 Defensive Chances 3,686
2,781 Putouts 2,724
953 Assists 903
50 Errors 59
66 Double Plays 103
.987 Fielding Percentage .984

The Atlanta Braves are sitting with more putouts than the Kansas City Royals for the year having accumulated 2,781. With a total of 50, Atlanta hasn’t recorded as many errors as Kansas City on the campaign. On the campaign, Atlanta has the more dominant defense, sitting with a fielding percentage of .987. With respect to assists, the Braves have 953 for the season, while the Royals have 903.

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