Cincinnati Reds vs Kansas City Royals Stats

Team Offense

Cincinnati Reds Team Offense Kansas City Royals
156 Games Played 155
5,936 Plate Appearances 5,737
5,221 At-Bats 5,195
757 Runs Scored 652
1,302 Hits 1,288
282 Doubles 234
12 Triples 27
212 Home Runs 159
727 Runs Batted In 617
34 Stolen Bases 118
23 Caught Stealing 31
537 Walks 403
1,376 Strikeouts 1,211
.249 Batting Average .248
.329 On-Base Percentage .306
.430 Slugging Percentage .395
0.759 OPS 0.701
92 OPS+ 88
2,244 Total Bases 2,053
124 Grounded Into Double Play 96
1,047 Left on Base 994

The are sitting even in runs with the for the year having accumulated 0. With a total of 1,302, the Reds have accumulated more hits than the Royals this season. For the year, the Reds have the better offense, with an average of 4.9 runs per outing. With respect to getting struck out, Kansas City has accumulated 1,211 so far this year, and Cincinnati has 1,376. The Reds have a collective batting average of .249 and the Royals have recorded an average of .248. In comparing these two teams, Cincinnati has compiled an OBP of .329 while Kansas City is looking at .306.

Team Pitching

Cincinnati Reds Team Pitching Kansas City Royals
4.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.8
81 Wins 71
75 Losses 84
.519 Win-Loss Percentage .458
4.34 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.6
1 Complete Games 1
8 Team Shutouts 7
1 Complete Game Shutouts 0
41 Saves 37
1,384 Innings Pitched 1,355
1,270 Hits Allowed 1,305
726 Runs Allowed 748
668 Earned Runs Allowed 698
198 Home Runs Allowed 183
595 Walks Allowed 578
29 Intentional Walks Allowed 16
1,465 Strikeouts 1,300
62 Balks 60
58 Wild Pitches 85
5,973 Batters Faced 5,859
7 Balks 9
111 ERA+ 99
4.33 FIP 4.41
1.347 WHIP 1.389
8.3 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.7
1.3 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.2
3.9 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.8
9.5 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.6
2.5 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.3
1,094 Left on Base 1,045

Concerning base runners inherited, the Reds have earned a total of 231 this season, while the Royals have earned a total of 236. This year, FALSE is the more superior group of pitchers in terms of save % sitting at FALSE. Having earned 73, the Cincinnati Reds are sitting with less holds as the Kansas City Royals this season. Cincinnati has accumulated more saves than Kansas City on the campaign having racked up 41. Pertaining to pitching, Cincinnati has a WHIP of 1.347 and Kansas City sits at 1.389. The Royals have a more superior pitching staff concerning allowing the long ball with 183. Pertaining to team strikeouts, the Reds have compiled a total of 1,465 so far this season and the Royals have accumulated 1,300. On the season, Cincinnati is the more superior pitching staff, riding a team ERA of 4.34. With 1,270, the Reds haven’t allowed as many hits as the Royals this season. The Cincinnati Reds have surrendered less runs per game than the Kansas City Royals this season, holding an average of 4.65.

Team Bullpen

Cincinnati Reds Team Relief Pitching Kansas City Royals
557 Games in Relief 530
155 Games Finished 154
28 Wins in Relief 31
24 Losses in Relief 25
67 Save Opportunities 61
41 Saves 37
26 Blown Saves 24
61.0% Save Percentage 61.0%
142 Save Situations 144
73 Holds 81
231 Inherited Runners 236
89 Inherited Runners Scored 75
39.0% Inherited Score Percentage 32.0%
1.019 Average Leverage Index .967
185 High Leverage Situations 160
132 Medium Leverage Situations 108
218 Low Leverage Situations 256
233 Times Entered With Lead 222
90 Times Entered in Tie 59
234 Times Entered When Behind 249
155 Inherited Runners 154
402 Times Entered With Bases Empty 376
121 Multiple Inning Appearances 131

Team Fielding

Cincinnati Reds Team Fielding Kansas City Royals
.691 Defensive Efficiency .686
5,606 Defensive Chances 5,504
4,153 Putouts 4,066
1,365 Assists 1,360
88 Errors 78
118 Double Plays 146
.984 Fielding Percentage .986

The Cincinnati Reds have earned more putouts than the Kansas City Royals for the year having a total of 4,153. Having 88, Cincinnati has accumulated more errors than Kansas City for the year. This year, Cincinnati doesn’t defend quite as well, with a fielding percentage of .984. With respect to assists, the Reds are sitting with 1,365 this season, while the Royals have recorded 1,360.