Chicago Cubs vs Cincinnati Reds Stats

Team Offense

Chicago Cubs Team Offense Cincinnati Reds
152 Games Played 152
5,597 Plate Appearances 5,766
4,987 At-Bats 5,081
659 Runs Scored 731
1,165 Hits 1,259
204 Doubles 272
25 Triples 11
202 Home Runs 204
627 Runs Batted In 701
78 Stolen Bases 31
35 Caught Stealing 22
457 Walks 515
1,520 Strikeouts 1,347
.234 Batting Average .248
.308 On-Base Percentage .327
.406 Slugging Percentage .426
0.714 OPS 0.753
91 OPS+ 91
2,025 Total Bases 2,165
119 Grounded Into Double Play 121
924 Left on Base 1,009

The are sitting with the same amount of runs as the this year with a total of 0. Having 1,165, the Cubs don’t have as many hits as the Reds on the season. On the season, the Cubs aren’t scoring as much as their opposition, with 4.3 runs per game. In the matter of getting struck out, Cincinnati has a total of 1,347 so far this year, and Chicago has 1,520. The Cubs are sitting with a team batting average of .234 and the Reds have recorded an average of .248. When comparing offenses, Chicago has put together a team on-base percentage of .308 while Cincinnati is at .327.

Team Pitching

Chicago Cubs Team Pitching Cincinnati Reds
5.2 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.7
67 Wins 78
85 Losses 74
.441 Win-Loss Percentage .513
4.85 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.4
1 Complete Games 1
7 Team Shutouts 8
0 Complete Game Shutouts 1
38 Saves 41
1,330 Innings Pitched 1,346
1,300 Hits Allowed 1,238
786 Runs Allowed 708
716 Earned Runs Allowed 651
217 Home Runs Allowed 192
565 Walks Allowed 572
22 Intentional Walks Allowed 27
1,282 Strikeouts 1,428
93 Balks 61
57 Wild Pitches 54
5,842 Batters Faced 5,804
4 Balks 7
87 ERA+ 109
4.84 FIP 4.31
1.402 WHIP 1.344
8.8 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.3
1.5 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.3
3.8 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.8
8.7 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.5
2.3 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.5
1,066 Left on Base 1,057

With regard to inherited base runners, the Cubs have earned a total of 267 for the season, and the Reds have a total of 226. For the season, Chicago is the more superior group of pitchers in the matter of save % coming in at 73%. Holding a total of 72, the Chicago Cubs have amassed more holds than the Cincinnati Reds for the season. Chicago hasn’t amassed as many saves as Cincinnati so far this season with a total of 38. Regarding pitching stats, Chicago has earned a WHIP of 1.402 and Cincinnati is at 1.344. The Reds have a more effective pitching staff when it comes to allowing the long ball with 192. With regard to team strikeouts, the Cubs have accrued a total of 1,282 on the season while the Reds have recorded 1,428. This season, Cincinnati is the better of these two pitching staffs, sitting with a team earned run average of 4.35. Having 1,300, the Cubs have conceded more base hits than the Reds over the course of the season. The Chicago Cubs have conceded more runs per game than the Cincinnati Reds on the year, with an average of 5.17.

Team Bullpen

Chicago Cubs Team Relief Pitching Cincinnati Reds
565 Games in Relief 536
151 Games Finished 151
27 Wins in Relief 26
27 Losses in Relief 24
52 Save Opportunities 66
38 Saves 41
14 Blown Saves 25
73.0% Save Percentage 62.0%
125 Save Situations 139
72 Holds 71
267 Inherited Runners 226
94 Inherited Runners Scored 87
35.0% Inherited Score Percentage 38.0%
.952 Average Leverage Index 1.015
161 High Leverage Situations 178
124 Medium Leverage Situations 125
252 Low Leverage Situations 212
196 Times Entered With Lead 227
81 Times Entered in Tie 82
288 Times Entered When Behind 227
162 Inherited Runners 151
403 Times Entered With Bases Empty 385
141 Multiple Inning Appearances 120

Team Fielding

Chicago Cubs Team Fielding Cincinnati Reds
.691 Defensive Efficiency .690
5,534 Defensive Chances 5,459
3,990 Putouts 4,039
1,461 Assists 1,334
83 Errors 86
135 Double Plays 116
.985 Fielding Percentage .984

The Chicago Cubs have compiled less putouts than the Cincinnati Reds over the course of the season with 3,990. Having 83, Chicago has less errors than Cincinnati for the season. On the year, Chicago is the better of these two defenses, with a fielding percentage of .985. Concerning assists, the Cubs have earned a total of 1,461 on the season, while the Reds have recorded 1,334.