Cincinnati Reds vs Cleveland Indians Stats

Team Offense

Cincinnati Reds Team Offense Cleveland Indians
162 Games Played 162
6,162 Plate Appearances 5,907
5,423 At-Bats 5,332
786 Runs Scored 717
1,352 Hits 1,269
295 Doubles 248
13 Triples 22
222 Home Runs 203
756 Runs Batted In 686
36 Stolen Bases 109
24 Caught Stealing 17
553 Walks 453
1,425 Strikeouts 1,387
.249 Batting Average .238
.328 On-Base Percentage .303
.431 Slugging Percentage .407
0.759 OPS 0.710
93 OPS+ 93
2,339 Total Bases 2,170
129 Grounded Into Double Play 105
1,085 Left on Base 969

The are tied in runs with the so far this year with 0. Having 1,352, the Reds have earned more hits than the Indians so far this season. For the season, the Reds are scoring more than their opposition, having 4.9 runs per game. In the matter of getting struck out, Cleveland has accounted for 1,387 on the season, and Cincinnati has 1,425. The Reds have a collective batting average of .249 and the Indians have recorded an average of .238. When comparing offenses, Cincinnati has put together a team on-base percentage of .328 and Cleveland is looking at .303.

Team Pitching

Cincinnati Reds Team Pitching Cleveland Indians
4.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.5
83 Wins 80
79 Losses 82
.512 Win-Loss Percentage .494
4.40 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.3
1 Complete Games 0
8 Team Shutouts 9
1 Complete Game Shutouts 0
41 Saves 39
1,434 Innings Pitched 1,408
1,330 Hits Allowed 1,281
760 Runs Allowed 727
702 Earned Runs Allowed 679
206 Home Runs Allowed 216
617 Walks Allowed 522
30 Intentional Walks Allowed 12
1,524 Strikeouts 1,391
64 Balks 59
62 Wild Pitches 52
6,199 Batters Faced 5,968
8 Balks 8
109 ERA+ 101
4.34 FIP 4.43
1.357 WHIP 1.281
8.3 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.2
1.3 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.4
3.9 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.3
9.6 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.9
2.5 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.7
1,136 Left on Base 1,017

In the matter of base runners inherited, the Reds have earned a total of 248 for the season, while the Indians have 202. This year, Cleveland has the better group of pitchers with respect to save rate sitting at 67%. Having earned 73, the Cincinnati Reds have compiled more holds than the Cleveland Indians over the course of the season. Cincinnati has notched more saves than Cleveland on the season having racked up 41. Concerning team pitching stats, Cincinnati holds a WHIP of 1.357 and Cleveland sits at 1.281. The Reds have the more effective pitching staff concerning conceding homeruns with 206. Regarding team strikeouts, the Reds have accrued a total of 1,524 for the year while the Indians have 1,391. This season, Cleveland has the more dominant pitching staff, riding a team earned run average of 4.34. Holding a total of 1,330, the Reds have given up more hits than the Indians over the course of the season. The Cincinnati Reds have given up more runs per game than the Cleveland Indians on the season, having earned an average of 4.69.

Team Bullpen

Cincinnati Reds Team Relief Pitching Cleveland Indians
579 Games in Relief 535
161 Games Finished 162
28 Wins in Relief 32
26 Losses in Relief 30
67 Save Opportunities 58
41 Saves 39
26 Blown Saves 19
61.0% Save Percentage 67.0%
142 Save Situations 127
73 Holds 66
248 Inherited Runners 202
96 Inherited Runners Scored 73
39.0% Inherited Score Percentage 36.0%
1.009 Average Leverage Index .968
189 High Leverage Situations 155
136 Medium Leverage Situations 113
230 Low Leverage Situations 247
241 Times Entered With Lead 226
93 Times Entered in Tie 74
245 Times Entered When Behind 235
163 Inherited Runners 142
416 Times Entered With Bases Empty 393
125 Multiple Inning Appearances 134

Team Fielding

Cincinnati Reds Team Fielding Cleveland Indians
.688 Defensive Efficiency .703
5,816 Defensive Chances 5,710
4,303 Putouts 4,224
1,422 Assists 1,400
91 Errors 86
125 Double Plays 138
.984 Fielding Percentage .985

With respect to assists, the Reds are sitting with 1,422 so far this season, while the Indians have amassed 1,400. So far this year, Cincinnati hasn’t been the better group of defenders, having a fielding percentage of .984. Having 91, Cincinnati has amassed more errors than Cleveland on the campaign. The Cincinnati Reds have amassed more putouts than the Cleveland Indians for the year with a total of 4,303.