Chicago White Sox vs Milwaukee Brewers Stats

Team Offense

Chicago White Sox Team Offense Milwaukee Brewers
156 Games Played 156
5,855 Plate Appearances 5,878
5,159 At-Bats 5,155
760 Runs Scored 717
1,316 Hits 1,202
262 Doubles 242
21 Triples 18
179 Home Runs 189
722 Runs Batted In 679
56 Stolen Bases 77
19 Caught Stealing 20
560 Walks 573
1,342 Strikeouts 1,403
.255 Batting Average .233
.335 On-Base Percentage .318
.418 Slugging Percentage .397
0.753 OPS 0.715
106 OPS+ 91
2,157 Total Bases 2,047
132 Grounded Into Double Play 97
1,068 Left on Base 1,050

The are sitting with the same amount of runs as the so far this year with a total of 0. With 1,316, the White Sox have recorded more base knocks than the Brewers on the year. On the year, the White Sox are producing more runs than the other team, holding an average of 4.9 runs per outing. With respect to strikeouts, Milwaukee has earned 1,403 for the season, and Chicago has 1,342. The White Sox have a collective batting average of .255 and the Brewers have an average of .233. In comparing these two teams, Chicago has amassed an on-base percentage of .335 and Milwaukee is looking at .318.

Team Pitching

Chicago White Sox Team Pitching Milwaukee Brewers
4.0 Runs Allowed Per Game 3.8
88 Wins 94
68 Losses 62
.564 Win-Loss Percentage .603
3.75 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.4
4 Complete Games 2
13 Team Shutouts 18
3 Complete Game Shutouts 1
41 Saves 44
1,349 Innings Pitched 1,387
1,162 Hits Allowed 1,108
617 Runs Allowed 587
562 Earned Runs Allowed 523
179 Home Runs Allowed 155
465 Walks Allowed 521
16 Intentional Walks Allowed 18
1,540 Strikeouts 1,578
49 Balks 75
80 Wild Pitches 58
5,641 Batters Faced 5,783
6 Balks 9
116 ERA+ 126
3.75 FIP 3.63
1.206 WHIP 1.174
7.8 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.2
1.2 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.0
3.1 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.4
10.3 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 10.2
3.3 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.0
976 Left on Base 1,035

In reference to inherited runners, the White Sox have tallied 194 over the course of the season, and the Brewers have 148. For the year, FALSE has the better group of pitchers in terms of save percentage coming in at FALSE. Holding a total of 88, the Chicago White Sox have accumulated more holds than the Milwaukee Brewers this year. Chicago hasn’t amassed as many saves as Milwaukee so far this year with a total of 41. Concerning pitching stats, Chicago has earned a WHIP of 1.206 and Milwaukee is at 1.174. The Brewers are the better of these two pitching staffs concerning giving up homeruns with 155. In the matter of total strikeouts, the White Sox have accrued a total of 1,540 on the year and the Brewers have 1,578. Over the course of the season, Milwaukee has the more effective pitching staff, having a team earned run average of 3.39. With 1,162, the White Sox have allowed more base knocks than the Brewers for the season. The Chicago White Sox have allowed more runs per game than the Milwaukee Brewers so far this year, with an average of 3.96.

Team Bullpen

Chicago White Sox Team Relief Pitching Milwaukee Brewers
488 Games in Relief 513
152 Games Finished 154
31 Wins in Relief 44
28 Losses in Relief 20
66 Save Opportunities 71
41 Saves 44
25 Blown Saves 27
62.0% Save Percentage 62.0%
158 Save Situations 151
88 Holds 78
194 Inherited Runners 148
67 Inherited Runners Scored 53
35.0% Inherited Score Percentage 36.0%
.984 Average Leverage Index 1.015
150 High Leverage Situations 187
124 Medium Leverage Situations 99
199 Low Leverage Situations 212
267 Times Entered With Lead 263
66 Times Entered in Tie 84
155 Times Entered When Behind 166
127 Inherited Runners 103
361 Times Entered With Bases Empty 410
122 Multiple Inning Appearances 89

Team Fielding

Chicago White Sox Team Fielding Milwaukee Brewers
.693 Defensive Efficiency .707
5,309 Defensive Chances 5,537
4,048 Putouts 4,161
1,166 Assists 1,283
95 Errors 93
103 Double Plays 97
.982 Fielding Percentage .983

When it comes to assists, the White Sox have a total of 1,166 on the campaign, while the Brewers have 1,283. For the year, Chicago is the worse defending group out of the two, with a fielding percentage of .982. Having 95, Chicago has more errors than Milwaukee for the season. The Chicago White Sox have tallied less putouts than the Milwaukee Brewers so far this season with 4,048.