Cincinnati Reds vs Colorado Rockies Stats

Team Offense

Cincinnati Reds Team Offense Colorado Rockies
148 Games Played 147
5,616 Plate Appearances 5,452
4,949 At-Bats 4,874
714 Runs Scored 676
1,227 Hits 1,205
266 Doubles 244
11 Triples 32
198 Home Runs 170
686 Runs Batted In 647
29 Stolen Bases 71
22 Caught Stealing 22
499 Walks 445
1,310 Strikeouts 1,220
.248 Batting Average .247
.327 On-Base Percentage .315
.426 Slugging Percentage .415
0.753 OPS 0.730
91 OPS+ 86
2,109 Total Bases 2,023
118 Grounded Into Double Play 90
981 Left on Base 933

The are even in runs with the so far this year having accumulated 0. Having 1,227, the Reds have earned more hits than the Rockies on the campaign. On the year, the Reds have the better offense, with 4.8 runs/game. In the matter of being rung up on strikes, Colorado has amassed 1,220 this season, and Cincinnati has 1,310. The Reds have a batting average of .248 and the Rockies have an average of .247. When comparing offenses, Cincinnati has on OBP of .327 and Colorado holds strong at .315.

Team Pitching

Cincinnati Reds Team Pitching Colorado Rockies
4.6 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.9
77 Wins 69
71 Losses 78
.520 Win-Loss Percentage .469
4.32 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.8
1 Complete Games 3
8 Team Shutouts 5
1 Complete Game Shutouts 1
41 Saves 31
1,310 Innings Pitched 1,271
1,202 Hits Allowed 1,259
684 Runs Allowed 722
629 Earned Runs Allowed 677
186 Home Runs Allowed 182
558 Walks Allowed 496
27 Intentional Walks Allowed 17
1,386 Strikeouts 1,167
60 Balks 56
52 Wild Pitches 60
5,646 Batters Faced 5,498
7 Balks 3
111 ERA+ 100
4.31 FIP 4.49
1.343 WHIP 1.380
8.3 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.9
1.3 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.3
3.8 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.5
9.5 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.3
2.5 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.4
1,031 Left on Base 962

When it comes to runners inherited, the Reds have tallied 222 over the course of the season, and the Rockies have 187. Over the course of the season, Cincinnati has the more dominant bullpen pertaining to save percentage coming in at 62%. Having earned 69, the Cincinnati Reds have compiled more holds than the Colorado Rockies for the season. Cincinnati has notched more saves than Colorado for the season with a total of 41. With respect to team pitching statistics, Cincinnati owns a WHIP of 1.343 and Colorado is at 1.380. The Rockies have a better group of pitchers in reference to surrendering the long ball having 182. In relation to team strikeouts, the Reds have accrued a total of 1,386 for the year while the Rockies are sitting with 1,167. This season, Cincinnati is the more superior pitching staff, riding a team earned run average of 4.32. Having earned 1,202, the Reds haven’t conceded as many hits as the Rockies for the year. The Cincinnati Reds have allowed less runs per game than the Colorado Rockies on the year, with an average of 4.62.

Team Bullpen

Cincinnati Reds Team Relief Pitching Colorado Rockies
518 Games in Relief 482
147 Games Finished 144
25 Wins in Relief 29
24 Losses in Relief 25
66 Save Opportunities 58
41 Saves 31
25 Blown Saves 27
62.0% Save Percentage 53.0%
137 Save Situations 124
69 Holds 66
222 Inherited Runners 187
87 Inherited Runners Scored 75
39.0% Inherited Score Percentage 40.0%
1.023 Average Leverage Index 1.012
176 High Leverage Situations 151
120 Medium Leverage Situations 110
201 Low Leverage Situations 205
224 Times Entered With Lead 193
82 Times Entered in Tie 79
212 Times Entered When Behind 210
148 Inherited Runners 118
370 Times Entered With Bases Empty 364
116 Multiple Inning Appearances 92

Team Fielding

Cincinnati Reds Team Fielding Colorado Rockies
.691 Defensive Efficiency .688
5,309 Defensive Chances 5,259
3,931 Putouts 3,814
1,297 Assists 1,377
81 Errors 68
115 Double Plays 123
.985 Fielding Percentage .987

In relation to assisting a teammate, the Reds have 1,297 on the season, and the Rockies have tallied 1,377. On the season, Cincinnati hasn’t been the better group of defenders, with a fielding percentage of .985. With a total of 81, Cincinnati has notched more errors than Colorado so far this season. The Cincinnati Reds have more putouts than the Colorado Rockies on the campaign having earned a total of 3,931.