Boston Red Sox vs Toronto Blue Jays Stats

Team Offense

Boston Red Sox Team Offense Toronto Blue Jays
156 Games Played 156
5,894 Plate Appearances 5,848
5,292 At-Bats 5,268
803 Runs Scored 808
1,386 Hits 1,394
326 Doubles 268
22 Triples 13
208 Home Runs 248
758 Runs Batted In 778
41 Stolen Bases 75
21 Caught Stealing 20
488 Walks 484
1,336 Strikeouts 1,181
.262 Batting Average .265
.329 On-Base Percentage .330
.450 Slugging Percentage .462
0.779 OPS 0.792
105 OPS+ 114
2,380 Total Bases 2,432
93 Grounded Into Double Play 110
1,031 Left on Base 1,005

When comparing offenses, Boston has an on-base percentage of .329 while Toronto holds strong at .330. The Red Sox have earned a collective batting average of .262 and the Blue Jays hold an average of .265. In relation to getting struck out, Toronto has amassed 1,181 for the season, and Boston has 1,336. On the campaign, the Red Sox have the worse offense, with an average of 5.1 runs/game. With 1,386, the Red Sox don’t have as many hits as the Blue Jays this year. The are sitting even in runs with the this year having accumulated 0.

Team Pitching

Boston Red Sox Team Pitching Toronto Blue Jays
4.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.1
88 Wins 87
68 Losses 69
.564 Win-Loss Percentage .558
4.29 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.9
0 Complete Games 1
6 Team Shutouts 14
0 Complete Game Shutouts 1
46 Saves 32
1,367 Innings Pitched 1,351
1,366 Hits Allowed 1,209
729 Runs Allowed 636
652 Earned Runs Allowed 583
171 Home Runs Allowed 198
523 Walks Allowed 460
28 Intentional Walks Allowed 10
1,462 Strikeouts 1,410
79 Balks 70
59 Wild Pitches 51
5,928 Batters Faced 5,692
6 Balks 4
110 ERA+ 113
3.97 FIP 4.16
1.382 WHIP 1.235
9.0 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.1
1.1 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.3
3.4 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.1
9.6 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.4
2.8 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.1
1,098 Left on Base 1,002

The Boston Red Sox have conceded more runs per game than the Toronto Blue Jays on the season, having earned an average of 4.67. With 1,366, the Red Sox have given up more hits than the Blue Jays so far this season. This season, Toronto has the more dominant pitching staff, riding a team earned run average of 3.88. When discussing striking out their opponent, the Red Sox have accrued a total of 1,462 on the season while the Blue Jays are sitting with 1,410. The Red Sox have a more effective pitching staff with respect to giving up homeruns with 171. Pertaining to pitching statistics, Boston has a WHIP of 1.382 and Toronto sits at 1.235. Boston has more saves than Toronto on the campaign having earned a total of 46. Having 88, the Boston Red Sox have accumulated more holds than the Toronto Blue Jays so far this season. For the season, Toronto is the more superior bullpen with respect to save percentage sitting at 65%. In the matter of inherited base runners, the Red Sox have notched a total of 266 this year, while the Blue Jays have earned a total of 233.

Team Bullpen

Boston Red Sox Team Relief Pitching Toronto Blue Jays
538 Games in Relief 519
156 Games Finished 155
40 Wins in Relief 29
23 Losses in Relief 31
72 Save Opportunities 49
46 Saves 32
26 Blown Saves 17
64.0% Save Percentage 65.0%
165 Save Situations 116
88 Holds 64
266 Inherited Runners 233
83 Inherited Runners Scored 66
31.0% Inherited Score Percentage 28.0%
1.004 Average Leverage Index .940
186 High Leverage Situations 154
129 Medium Leverage Situations 109
210 Low Leverage Situations 240
264 Times Entered With Lead 236
73 Times Entered in Tie 82
201 Times Entered When Behind 201
172 Inherited Runners 163
366 Times Entered With Bases Empty 356
144 Multiple Inning Appearances 162

Team Fielding

Boston Red Sox Team Fielding Toronto Blue Jays
.658 Defensive Efficiency .699
5,582 Defensive Chances 5,467
4,101 Putouts 4,054
1,377 Assists 1,325
104 Errors 88
140 Double Plays 118
.981 Fielding Percentage .984

The Boston Red Sox are sitting with more putouts than the Toronto Blue Jays over the course of the season with 4,101. Having racked up 104, Boston has amassed more errors than Toronto this year. This season, Boston hasn’t been the better group of defenders, having a fielding percentage of .981. When discussing assisting a teammate, the Red Sox are sitting with 1,377 over the course of the season, and the Blue Jays have 1,325.