Cincinnati Reds vs Houston Astros Stats

Team Offense

Cincinnati Reds Team Offense Houston Astros
116 Games Played 120
4,279 Plate Appearances 4,495
3,842 At-Bats 4,007
486 Runs Scored 554
920 Hits 987
178 Doubles 213
10 Triples 11
108 Home Runs 164
466 Runs Batted In 539
46 Stolen Bases 60
22 Caught Stealing 16
325 Walks 406
1,044 Strikeouts 875
.239 Batting Average .246
.308 On-Base Percentage .320
.375 Slugging Percentage .428
0.684 OPS 0.748
83 OPS+ 112
1,442 Total Bases 1,714
93 Grounded Into Double Play 79
719 Left on Base 798

In comparing these two teams, Cincinnati is sitting with an OBP of .308 and Houston holds strong at .320. The Reds have accumulated a team batting average of .239 and the Astros have recorded an average of .246. When discussing strikeouts, Houston has tallied 875 on the year, and Cincinnati has 1,044. So far this season, the Reds aren’t quite as potent of an offense, holding an average of 4.2 runs per game. Holding a total of 920, the Reds haven’t accrued as many hits as the Astros so far this year. The Cincinnati Reds have scored less runs than the Houston Astros so far this season having accumulated 486.

Team Pitching

Cincinnati Reds Team Pitching Houston Astros
5.2 Runs Allowed Per Game 3.3
46 Wins 77
70 Losses 43
.397 Win-Loss Percentage .642
5.04 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.1
1 Complete Games 2
4 Team Shutouts 12
1 Complete Game Shutouts 0
24 Saves 35
1,019 Innings Pitched 1,062
1,007 Hits Allowed 840
604 Runs Allowed 399
571 Earned Runs Allowed 360
160 Home Runs Allowed 101
435 Walks Allowed 343
16 Intentional Walks Allowed 4
1,021 Strikeouts 1,068
78 Balks 54
46 Wild Pitches 42
4,485 Batters Faced 4,340
5 Balks 5
90 ERA+ 128
4.67 FIP 3.47
1.415 WHIP 1.113
8.9 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.1
1.4 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 0.9
3.8 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.9
9.0 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.0
2.4 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.1
834 Left on Base 759

The Cincinnati Reds have given up more runs per contest than the Houston Astros over the course of the season, holding an average of 5.21. With a total of 1,007, the Reds have conceded more base hits than the Astros on the year. For the season, Houston has the more dominant pitching staff, with a team ERA of 3.05. When discussing total strikeouts, the Reds have accrued a total of 1,021 for the season while the Astros have accounted for 1,068. The Astros have the more dominant pitching staff pertaining to conceding homeruns having 101. In regard to pitching, Cincinnati has earned a WHIP of 1.415 and Houston is at 1.113. Cincinnati hasn’t accrued as many saves as Houston on the campaign with a total of 24. Having 47, the Cincinnati Reds haven’t notched as many holds as the Houston Astros for the year. For the year, Houston is the better of these two bullpens in the matter of save percentage sitting at 74%. Concerning runners inherited, the Reds have accounted for 181 over the course of the season, and the Astros have a total of 117.

Team Bullpen

Cincinnati Reds Team Relief Pitching Houston Astros
410 Games in Relief 346
115 Games Finished 118
22 Wins in Relief 17
15 Losses in Relief 13
40 Save Opportunities 47
24 Saves 35
16 Blown Saves 12
60.0% Save Percentage 74.0%
87 Save Situations 118
47 Holds 71
181 Inherited Runners 117
62 Inherited Runners Scored 36
34.0% Inherited Score Percentage 31.0%
.954 Average Leverage Index .977
103 High Leverage Situations 112
85 Medium Leverage Situations 87
222 Low Leverage Situations 147
130 Times Entered With Lead 203
47 Times Entered in Tie 41
233 Times Entered When Behind 102
119 Inherited Runners 77
291 Times Entered With Bases Empty 269
97 Multiple Inning Appearances 65

Team Fielding

Cincinnati Reds Team Fielding Houston Astros
.683 Defensive Efficiency .720
4,013 Defensive Chances 4,177
3,057 Putouts 3,188
897 Assists 933
59 Errors 56
75 Double Plays 94
.985 Fielding Percentage .987

Pertaining to assists, the Reds are sitting with 897 on the season, and the Astros have amassed 933. Over the course of the season, Cincinnati hasn’t been the better group of defenders, sitting with a fielding percentage of .985. With 59, Cincinnati has accrued more errors than Houston this year. The Cincinnati Reds have accounted for less putouts that the Houston Astros on the year with 3,057.