Chicago Cubs vs Washington Nationals Stats

Team Offense

Chicago Cubs Team Offense Washington Nationals
156 Games Played 156
5,738 Plate Appearances 5,880
5,105 At-Bats 5,186
675 Runs Scored 703
1,197 Hits 1,340
213 Doubles 259
26 Triples 20
205 Home Runs 179
643 Runs Batted In 665
78 Stolen Bases 56
35 Caught Stealing 26
474 Walks 542
1,552 Strikeouts 1,249
.234 Batting Average .258
.309 On-Base Percentage .336
.407 Slugging Percentage .420
0.716 OPS 0.756
92 OPS+ 107
2,077 Total Bases 2,176
125 Grounded Into Double Play 150
953 Left on Base 1,118

The have the same number of total runs as the so far this year with 0. Having 1,197, the Cubs don’t have as many hits as the Nationals for the season. This year, the Cubs aren’t quite as potent of an offense, holding an average of 4.3 runs/game. In relation to striking out at the plate, Washington has recorded 1,249 over the course of the season, and Chicago has 1,552. The Cubs have a collective batting average of .234 and the Nationals have recorded an average of .258. When looking at the offenses, Chicago has compiled an OBP of .309 while Washington holds strong at .336.

Team Pitching

Chicago Cubs Team Pitching Washington Nationals
5.2 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.0
67 Wins 64
89 Losses 92
.429 Win-Loss Percentage .410
4.94 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.8
1 Complete Games 1
7 Team Shutouts 8
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
38 Saves 35
1,362 Innings Pitched 1,342
1,342 Hits Allowed 1,306
818 Runs Allowed 787
748 Earned Runs Allowed 711
230 Home Runs Allowed 239
576 Walks Allowed 515
24 Intentional Walks Allowed 45
1,317 Strikeouts 1,292
95 Balks 68
60 Wild Pitches 38
5,992 Batters Faced 5,829
4 Balks 1
87 ERA+ 85
4.90 FIP 4.85
1.408 WHIP 1.357
8.9 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.8
1.5 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.6
3.8 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.5
8.7 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.7
2.3 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.5
1,088 Left on Base 1,015

When it comes to inherited runners, the Cubs have notched a total of 271 so far this year, and the Nationals have a total of 210. So far this season, Chicago is the more superior group of pitchers in regard to save rate coming in at 70%. With 73, the Chicago Cubs haven’t accumulated as many holds as the Washington Nationals on the year. Chicago has more saves than Washington for the season with 38. Regarding team pitching statistics, Chicago holds a WHIP of 1.408 and Washington is at 1.357. The Cubs have more dominant pitchers when it comes to giving up homeruns with 230. When discussing striking out their opponent, the Cubs have notched a total of 1,317 for the season while the Nationals have recorded 1,292. For the year, Washington is the more superior pitching staff, having a team earned run average of 4.77. Having 1,342, the Cubs have given up more hits than the Nationals so far this year. The Chicago Cubs have given up more runs per game than the Washington Nationals for the year, with a rate of 5.24.

Team Bullpen

Chicago Cubs Team Relief Pitching Washington Nationals
581 Games in Relief 542
155 Games Finished 155
27 Wins in Relief 23
29 Losses in Relief 39
54 Save Opportunities 70
38 Saves 35
16 Blown Saves 35
70.0% Save Percentage 50.0%
128 Save Situations 165
73 Holds 93
271 Inherited Runners 210
95 Inherited Runners Scored 78
35.0% Inherited Score Percentage 37.0%
.952 Average Leverage Index 1.003
165 High Leverage Situations 172
127 Medium Leverage Situations 132
261 Low Leverage Situations 223
199 Times Entered With Lead 235
83 Times Entered in Tie 76
299 Times Entered When Behind 231
165 Inherited Runners 142
416 Times Entered With Bases Empty 400
142 Multiple Inning Appearances 110

Team Fielding

Chicago Cubs Team Fielding Washington Nationals
.690 Defensive Efficiency .696
5,665 Defensive Chances 5,432
4,086 Putouts 4,028
1,495 Assists 1,312
84 Errors 92
138 Double Plays 111
.985 Fielding Percentage .983

Concerning assisting a teammate, the Cubs have 1,495 on the year, while the Nationals have amassed 1,312. For the year, Chicago is the better of these two defenses, sitting with a fielding percentage of .985. Having earned 84, Chicago hasn’t accrued as many errors as Washington over the course of the season. The Chicago Cubs have compiled more putouts than the Washington Nationals for the season with a total of 4,086.