Chicago White Sox vs San Diego Padres Stats

Team Offense

Chicago White Sox Team Offense San Diego Padres
151 Games Played 151
5,683 Plate Appearances 5,705
5,001 At-Bats 5,018
744 Runs Scored 685
1,274 Hits 1,219
258 Doubles 250
21 Triples 19
174 Home Runs 169
708 Runs Batted In 652
54 Stolen Bases 104
19 Caught Stealing 37
549 Walks 551
1,297 Strikeouts 1,234
.255 Batting Average .243
.335 On-Base Percentage .322
.419 Slugging Percentage .401
0.754 OPS 0.724
107 OPS+ 102
2,096 Total Bases 2,014
125 Grounded Into Double Play 114
1,035 Left on Base 1,023

While at the plate, Chicago has on OBP of .335 and San Diego is looking at .322. The White Sox hold a collective batting average of .255 and the Padres have recorded an average of .243. In reference to going down on strikes, San Diego has tallied 1,234 over the course of the season, and Chicago has 1,297. So far this year, the White Sox are scoring more than their opposition, averaging 4.9 runs/game. With 1,274, the White Sox have recorded more base knocks than the Padres this season. The have earned the same amount of runs as the this year having earned a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Chicago White Sox Team Pitching San Diego Padres
4.0 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.3
85 Wins 76
66 Losses 75
.563 Win-Loss Percentage .503
3.76 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.0
4 Complete Games 2
12 Team Shutouts 11
3 Complete Game Shutouts 2
39 Saves 41
1,310 Innings Pitched 1,335
1,123 Hits Allowed 1,186
602 Runs Allowed 642
547 Earned Runs Allowed 589
173 Home Runs Allowed 185
459 Walks Allowed 471
16 Intentional Walks Allowed 31
1,491 Strikeouts 1,419
48 Balks 84
77 Wild Pitches 52
5,482 Batters Faced 5,634
6 Balks 1
115 ERA+ 98
3.76 FIP 4.09
1.207 WHIP 1.241
7.7 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.0
1.2 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.2
3.2 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.2
10.2 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.6
3.3 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.0
949 Left on Base 987

Regarding inherited runners, the White Sox have earned a total of 189 this season, and the Padres have a total of 159. For the season, San Diego has the better group of pitchers concerning save percentage coming in at 65%. With 84, the Chicago White Sox haven’t recorded as many holds as the San Diego Padres for the season. Chicago has compiled less saves than San Diego over the course of the season with a total of 39. In regard to team pitching stats, Chicago has earned a WHIP of 1.207 and San Diego is at 1.241. The White Sox have a more superior pitching staff concerning conceding homeruns with 173. Concerning total strikeouts, the White Sox have compiled a total of 1,491 this year while the Padres have accumulated 1,419. On the year, Chicago has the better pitching staff, having a team earned run average of 3.76. Having 1,123, the White Sox haven’t allowed as many hits as the Padres this season. The Chicago White Sox have conceded less runs per game than the San Diego Padres on the campaign, holding an average of 3.99.

Team Bullpen

Chicago White Sox Team Relief Pitching San Diego Padres
471 Games in Relief 577
147 Games Finished 149
30 Wins in Relief 40
27 Losses in Relief 28
63 Save Opportunities 63
39 Saves 41
24 Blown Saves 22
62.0% Save Percentage 65.0%
151 Save Situations 151
84 Holds 86
189 Inherited Runners 159
65 Inherited Runners Scored 54
34.0% Inherited Score Percentage 34.0%
.982 Average Leverage Index .965
144 High Leverage Situations 136
120 Medium Leverage Situations 178
192 Low Leverage Situations 251
254 Times Entered With Lead 250
65 Times Entered in Tie 83
152 Times Entered When Behind 244
124 Inherited Runners 110
347 Times Entered With Bases Empty 467
119 Multiple Inning Appearances 115

Team Fielding

Chicago White Sox Team Fielding San Diego Padres
.695 Defensive Efficiency .697
5,155 Defensive Chances 5,405
3,931 Putouts 4,005
1,132 Assists 1,323
92 Errors 77
98 Double Plays 134
.982 Fielding Percentage .986

In terms of assists, the White Sox have 1,132 on the year, and the Padres have accumulated 1,323. This year, Chicago doesn’t defend quite as well, having a fielding percentage of .982. With 92, Chicago has accumulated more errors than San Diego this season. The Chicago White Sox are sitting with less putouts than the San Diego Padres this year having a total of 3,931.