Baltimore Orioles vs Colorado Rockies Stats

Team Offense

Baltimore Orioles Team Offense Colorado Rockies
156 Games Played 155
5,770 Plate Appearances 5,771
5,224 At-Bats 5,167
640 Runs Scored 707
1,250 Hits 1,279
260 Doubles 262
15 Triples 32
190 Home Runs 176
614 Runs Batted In 678
54 Stolen Bases 72
22 Caught Stealing 22
440 Walks 467
1,394 Strikeouts 1,304
.239 Batting Average .248
.304 On-Base Percentage .315
.404 Slugging Percentage .413
0.708 OPS 0.728
90 OPS+ 85
2,110 Total Bases 2,133
102 Grounded Into Double Play 93
995 Left on Base 1,002

While at the plate, Baltimore has compiled an OBP of .304 while Colorado holds strong at .315. The Orioles have a batting average of .239 and the Rockies hold an average of .248. In regard to strikeouts, Colorado has accumulated 1,304 for the season, and Baltimore has 1,394. For the year, the Orioles aren’t quite as potent of an offense, with 4.1 runs per game. Having earned 1,250, the Orioles haven’t earned as many base knocks as the Rockies on the campaign. The are tied in runs with the this season having a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Baltimore Orioles Team Pitching Colorado Rockies
5.9 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.9
50 Wins 71
106 Losses 84
.321 Win-Loss Percentage .458
5.83 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.8
1 Complete Games 3
5 Team Shutouts 6
1 Complete Game Shutouts 1
25 Saves 31
1,351 Innings Pitched 1,344
1,459 Hits Allowed 1,336
918 Runs Allowed 762
875 Earned Runs Allowed 714
242 Home Runs Allowed 192
550 Walks Allowed 515
12 Intentional Walks Allowed 17
1,202 Strikeouts 1,227
66 Balks 61
84 Wild Pitches 63
6,030 Batters Faced 5,808
7 Balks 3
79 ERA+ 101
5.08 FIP 4.48
1.487 WHIP 1.377
9.7 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.9
1.6 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.3
3.7 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.4
8.0 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.2
2.2 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.4
1,059 Left on Base 1,013

The Baltimore Orioles have given up more runs per contest than the Colorado Rockies so far this year, averaging 5.88. With 1,459, the Orioles have surrendered more base knocks than the Rockies on the year. This year, Colorado has the more effective pitching staff, riding a team earned run average of 4.78. In the matter of getting strikeouts, the Orioles have notched a total of 1,202 on the season while the Rockies are sitting with 1,227. The Rockies have more dominant pitchers when it comes to giving up homeruns with 192. In regard to pitching stats, Baltimore has a WHIP of 1.487 and Colorado sits at 1.377. Baltimore has less saves than Colorado this season with a total of 25. Having 62, the Baltimore Orioles have accounted for less holds than the Colorado Rockies so far this season. For the year, Colorado is the better of these two bullpens in regard to save percentage coming in at 53%. With respect to inherited runners, the Orioles have accounted for 326 this season, and the Rockies have 200.

Team Bullpen

Baltimore Orioles Team Relief Pitching Colorado Rockies
547 Games in Relief 516
155 Games Finished 152
27 Wins in Relief 30
34 Losses in Relief 29
53 Save Opportunities 59
25 Saves 31
28 Blown Saves 28
47.0% Save Percentage 53.0%
117 Save Situations 129
62 Holds 70
326 Inherited Runners 200
131 Inherited Runners Scored 81
40.0% Inherited Score Percentage 41.0%
.926 Average Leverage Index 1.013
153 High Leverage Situations 164
132 Medium Leverage Situations 116
239 Low Leverage Situations 218
177 Times Entered With Lead 204
74 Times Entered in Tie 87
296 Times Entered When Behind 225
206 Inherited Runners 126
341 Times Entered With Bases Empty 390
227 Multiple Inning Appearances 95

Team Fielding

Baltimore Orioles Team Fielding Colorado Rockies
.682 Defensive Efficiency .688
5,427 Defensive Chances 5,564
4,053 Putouts 4,033
1,303 Assists 1,459
71 Errors 72
94 Double Plays 133
.987 Fielding Percentage .987

Concerning assisting a teammate, the Orioles have 1,303 for the season, while the Rockies have 1,459. On the campaign, Baltimore is equally as good on defense, holding a fielding percentage of .987. With 71, Baltimore has less errors than Colorado so far this season. The Baltimore Orioles have amassed more putouts than the Colorado Rockies so far this year with 4,053.