Chicago Cubs vs San Francisco Giants Stats

Team Offense

Chicago Cubs Team Offense San Francisco Giants
156 Games Played 156
5,738 Plate Appearances 5,970
5,105 At-Bats 5,270
675 Runs Scored 776
1,197 Hits 1,313
213 Doubles 261
26 Triples 25
205 Home Runs 237
643 Runs Batted In 742
78 Stolen Bases 64
35 Caught Stealing 14
474 Walks 579
1,552 Strikeouts 1,416
.234 Batting Average .249
.309 On-Base Percentage .329
.407 Slugging Percentage .443
0.716 OPS 0.772
92 OPS+ 107
2,077 Total Bases 2,335
125 Grounded Into Double Play 116
953 Left on Base 1,062

The have compiled the same amount of runs as the this season having a total of 0. Having 1,197, the Cubs don’t have as many hits as the Giants on the campaign. For the year, the Cubs have the worse offense, having 4.3 runs per outing. When it comes to going down on strikes, San Francisco is sitting with 1,416 so far this season, and Chicago has 1,552. The Cubs hold a collective batting average of .234 and the Giants have an average of .249. In comparing these two teams, Chicago has an on-base percentage of .309 and San Francisco holds strong at .329.

Team Pitching

Chicago Cubs Team Pitching San Francisco Giants
5.2 Runs Allowed Per Game 3.7
67 Wins 102
89 Losses 54
.429 Win-Loss Percentage .654
4.94 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.3
1 Complete Games 2
7 Team Shutouts 16
0 Complete Game Shutouts 2
38 Saves 53
1,362 Innings Pitched 1,400
1,342 Hits Allowed 1,203
818 Runs Allowed 579
748 Earned Runs Allowed 512
230 Home Runs Allowed 150
576 Walks Allowed 404
24 Intentional Walks Allowed 19
1,317 Strikeouts 1,368
95 Balks 61
60 Wild Pitches 44
5,992 Batters Faced 5,780
4 Balks 7
87 ERA+ 126
4.90 FIP 3.60
1.408 WHIP 1.148
8.9 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.7
1.5 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.0
3.8 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.6
8.7 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.8
2.3 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.4
1,088 Left on Base 1,001

With respect to inherited base runners, the Cubs have notched a total of 271 on the season, and the Giants have a total of 175. For the year, Chicago has the better group of pitchers in regard to save percentage coming in at 70%. With 73, the Chicago Cubs have less holds than the San Francisco Giants on the season. Chicago has compiled less saves than San Francisco on the campaign with 38. Concerning pitching stats, Chicago has earned a WHIP of 1.408 and San Francisco sits at 1.148. The Giants have the more dominant pitching staff concerning allowing homeruns having 150. When it comes to striking out their opponent, the Cubs have accrued a total of 1,317 so far this season while the Giants have accounted for 1,368. On the campaign, San Francisco is the better of these two pitching staffs, having a team ERA of 3.29. With 1,342, the Cubs have allowed more base knocks than the Giants on the campaign. The Chicago Cubs have conceded more runs per game than the San Francisco Giants on the campaign, averaging 5.24.

Team Bullpen

Chicago Cubs Team Relief Pitching San Francisco Giants
581 Games in Relief 574
155 Games Finished 154
27 Wins in Relief 46
29 Losses in Relief 21
54 Save Opportunities 81
38 Saves 53
16 Blown Saves 28
70.0% Save Percentage 65.0%
128 Save Situations 194
73 Holds 110
271 Inherited Runners 175
95 Inherited Runners Scored 59
35.0% Inherited Score Percentage 34.0%
.952 Average Leverage Index 1.033
165 High Leverage Situations 199
127 Medium Leverage Situations 150
261 Low Leverage Situations 216
199 Times Entered With Lead 311
83 Times Entered in Tie 94
299 Times Entered When Behind 169
165 Inherited Runners 122
416 Times Entered With Bases Empty 452
142 Multiple Inning Appearances 96

Team Fielding

Chicago Cubs Team Fielding San Francisco Giants
.690 Defensive Efficiency .709
5,665 Defensive Chances 5,694
4,086 Putouts 4,200
1,495 Assists 1,417
84 Errors 77
138 Double Plays 116
.985 Fielding Percentage .986

When discussing assisting a teammate, the Cubs have earned a total of 1,495 on the year, while the Giants have tallied 1,417. So far this year, Chicago hasn’t been the better group of defenders, riding a fielding percentage of .985. Having earned 84, Chicago has accrued more errors than San Francisco on the campaign. The Chicago Cubs have less putouts than the San Francisco Giants so far this season with a total of 4,086.