Chicago White Sox vs St. Louis Cardinals Stats

Team Offense

Chicago White Sox Team Offense St. Louis Cardinals
146 Games Played 145
5,481 Plate Appearances 5,388
4,830 At-Bats 4,810
722 Runs Scored 609
1,232 Hits 1,159
241 Doubles 231
21 Triples 20
172 Home Runs 167
686 Runs Batted In 588
54 Stolen Bases 76
19 Caught Stealing 21
523 Walks 433
1,262 Strikeouts 1,200
.255 Batting Average .241
.334 On-Base Percentage .312
.420 Slugging Percentage .401
0.755 OPS 0.713
107 OPS+ 98
2,031 Total Bases 1,931
122 Grounded Into Double Play 86
990 Left on Base 979

The have compiled the same amount of runs as the over the course of the season having accumulated 0. Holding a total of 1,232, the White Sox have racked up more hits than the Cardinals this year. Over the course of the season, the White Sox have the more potent offense, sporting an average of 4.9 runs/game. In the matter of getting struck out, St. Louis has compiled 1,200 this season, and Chicago has 1,262. The White Sox have a collective batting average of .255 and the Cardinals hold an average of .241. When comparing teams, Chicago has compiled an OBP of .334 and St. Louis holds strong at .312.

Team Pitching

Chicago White Sox Team Pitching St. Louis Cardinals
4.0 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.2
83 Wins 76
63 Losses 69
.568 Win-Loss Percentage .524
3.80 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.0
4 Complete Games 3
11 Team Shutouts 15
3 Complete Game Shutouts 1
39 Saves 42
1,268 Innings Pitched 1,270
1,079 Hits Allowed 1,107
589 Runs Allowed 614
536 Earned Runs Allowed 569
173 Home Runs Allowed 136
445 Walks Allowed 554
16 Intentional Walks Allowed 29
1,445 Strikeouts 1,097
46 Balks 82
76 Wild Pitches 62
5,302 Batters Faced 5,441
6 Balks 4
114 ERA+ 96
3.82 FIP 4.33
1.202 WHIP 1.308
7.7 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.8
1.2 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.0
3.2 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.9
10.3 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 7.8
3.3 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.0
908 Left on Base 1,017

When discussing inherited runners, the White Sox have earned a total of 184 over the course of the season, and the Cardinals have 255. On the season, St. Louis has more dominant pitchers in terms of save percentage sitting at 69%. Having earned 84, the Chicago White Sox have less holds than the St. Louis Cardinals this year. Chicago hasn’t accumulated as many saves as St. Louis so far this season with 39. Regarding pitching stats, Chicago owns a WHIP of 1.202 and St. Louis is at 1.308. The Cardinals have the more dominant pitching staff when it comes to conceding homeruns with 136. In terms of striking out opponents, the White Sox have a total of 1,445 on the year while the Cardinals have accounted for 1,097. Over the course of the season, Chicago is the better of these two pitching staffs, having a team earned run average of 3.80. Having 1,079, the White Sox haven’t surrendered as many base knocks as the Cardinals so far this year. The Chicago White Sox have given up less runs per game than the St. Louis Cardinals this year, averaging 4.03.

Team Bullpen

Chicago White Sox Team Relief Pitching St. Louis Cardinals
454 Games in Relief 498
142 Games Finished 142
30 Wins in Relief 28
25 Losses in Relief 24
63 Save Opportunities 61
39 Saves 42
24 Blown Saves 19
62.0% Save Percentage 69.0%
151 Save Situations 154
84 Holds 91
184 Inherited Runners 255
62 Inherited Runners Scored 93
34.0% Inherited Score Percentage 36.0%
.982 Average Leverage Index 1.007
141 High Leverage Situations 142
114 Medium Leverage Situations 128
184 Low Leverage Situations 213
247 Times Entered With Lead 241
59 Times Entered in Tie 52
148 Times Entered When Behind 205
121 Inherited Runners 153
333 Times Entered With Bases Empty 345
116 Multiple Inning Appearances 141

Team Fielding

Chicago White Sox Team Fielding St. Louis Cardinals
.698 Defensive Efficiency .713
4,985 Defensive Chances 5,242
3,805 Putouts 3,810
1,091 Assists 1,351
89 Errors 81
93 Double Plays 118
.982 Fielding Percentage .985

With respect to assists, the White Sox have 1,091 on the campaign, and the Cardinals have 1,351. For the season, Chicago is the worse defending group out of the two, with a fielding percentage of .982. Holding a total of 89, Chicago has compiled more errors than St. Louis for the year. The Chicago White Sox have less putouts than the St. Louis Cardinals for the season having earned a total of 3,805.